HEART Project

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Sherri Monette
Director
Phone: 701.477.7931
Ext: 2903
e-mail: smonette@tm.edu
Office: A103A

Nada Parisien
Career Navigator
Phone: 701.477.7901
Ext: 2987
e-mail: nada.parisien@tm.edu
Office: Allied Health Bldg.

Erin Garrison
Data Entry Coord/Admin Asst.
Phone: 701.477.7946
Ext: 2307
e-mail: erin.garrison@tm.edu
Office: A103D

Brittany DeCoteau
Basic  Skills Tutor
Ext: 2307
e-mail: brittany.desjarlais@tm.edu
Office: Allied Health Bldg.

Marilyn Delorme
MLT Director/Instr.
Phone: 701.477.7862
Ext: 2904
e-mail: mdelorme@tm.edu
Office: Allied Health Bldg.
Wayne Olson
MLDirector/Instructor
Phone: 701.477.7867
e-mail: wcolson@tm.edu
Office: Allied Health Bldg.

The Turtle Mountain Community College (TMCC), located in Belcourt, North Dakota – is a recipient for the second five year Health Professions Opportunity Grant (HPOG 2) from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The goal of TMCC HEART Project (Health Education Access through Rural Training) is to provide educational opportunities to TANF & low-income individuals for occupations in the health care field that pay well and are expected to either experience labor shortages or be in high demand.

HEART Project participants can pursue certificates in Phlebotomy, Certified Assistant, Certified Medical Assistant, and Medical Administrative Assistant. Associate of Applied Science Degrees in Nursing (License Practical Nurse), Pharmacy Technician, or Medical Lab Technician and Health Fitness Technician.

Some additional HEART Project services include:

  • Books
  • Transportation
  • Child care assistance
  • Assistance with FAFSA and PELL grant applications
  • Counseling/Advising
  • Tutoring Services
  • Case Management Services
  • Basic Skills Courses
  • Job Prep ( i.e., resume writing, interview skills)

If you would like more information on HEART Project, please contact Erin Garrison at 701-477-7946 ext. 2307 or email: erin.garrison@tm.edu 

Download the HEART project flyer here.

This document was supported by Grant 90FY006 from Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS.