Welcome to Claude Moore Scholars Virtual Community!

Award Winning Program!

The Program meets Virginia Department of Education standards and provides opportunities for concurrent dual enrollment college credit and a variety of industry credentials.

Certified Pathways!

Providing K-12 health science education and post-secondary academic institutions and employers to provide certifications in 7 career pathways.

Linking Students To Jobs!

“I knew I wanted to join healthcare after being a Claude Moore Scholar in high school.” – Jeff Rivera

Healthcare Careers

According to the latest HWDC estimates, workers in Virginia’s healthcare and social assistance industry earned on average $57,942 including about $48,000 in salary & wages and $10,000 in benefits. Workers willing to advance their education can earn substantially more. Healthcare also offers stable employment and strong job growth prospects.


We help students interested in health occupations find enrichment activities and education programs before high school graduation.


Once a student enters a college or university, Claude Moore Scholars continue can through community-based student training.


The Program is creating a multidisciplinary team of health professionals committed to both community service and the transformation of health care in Virginia.


Your certification as a Claude Moore Scholar will announce to the world that you have the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to make a difference in health care.


Practicals, mentoring and internships are valuable in creating a network for their future careers in health care.


Continuing Education programs are important resources that provide health care professionals with the training they need to meet state licensure and specialty certification

What our Scholars think

“Being apart of these two classes (CMS Radiology / Radiology Tech) were the best experiences I had in high school."
"I was able to get clinical experience with Radiology Technologist that helped give me a better sense of the profession."