From College to Career

From College to Career

CCV instructors got a glimpse of the impact they can have on students last Friday when four graduates laid it out for them.

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Community College of Vermont’s 47th Commencement Ceremony

Community College of Vermont's 47th Commencement Ceremony

It’s official: the graduates have made the walk, been handed their degrees, and flipped their tassels from left to right. But leading up to that moment, a fair amount was asked of the Class of 2014 on Saturday. “I beg you, I beg you to stay in Vermont, live, work, raise ...

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Countdown to Commencement

Countdown to Commencement

There’s nervousness. Pride. Joy. Anxiety. It’s like riding a big, rollercoaster of emotion and you’re just shy of the final loop-d-loop. “I’m so content right now, things feel really good,” said Olivia Smith-Hammond. “I’m nervous, but I’m really trying to work on not fretting about the unknowns.”

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Credit Where Credit is Due

Credit Where Credit is Due

Community College of Vermont’s Assessment of Prior Learning (APL) course added another 13 students to its completion ranks on May 6, all of them Comcast employees.

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Multiple Options for High Schoolers to Connect With CCV

Multiple Options for High Schoolers to Connect With CCV

Young Vermonters are gearing up for their next big stride toward earning a college degree. This fall the first official Early College Program high school students will begin their senior year at Vermont colleges thanks to the passage of the Flexible Pathways Act.

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News on MOUs

CCV has signed three new memorandums of understanding with colleges and organizations around the state, opening up multiple opportunities for Vermonters to get college degrees. Check out this infographic to get the details on how Boys & Girls Club members and students from seven other colleges benefit from these agreements.

International Food Festival

CCV Holds 14th Annual International Food Festival

Roughly a hundred hungry students, staff, faculty and members of the general public made their way over to CCV Winooski on April 9th for the annual event that regularly draws repeat visitors: the International Food Festival. Attendees dined on fare from around the globe, including dishes from Japan, India, Ethiopia, Burundi, and Somalia to name but a few.

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Teaching Tech to Teachers

Trish Weill is pretty tethered to her students.

That’s because students in the design-related classes she teaches are using technologies such as Pinterest, Tumblr, or WordPress, to work and connect with her both in and out of the classroom. Her familiarity with using technology in the classroom was the subject of her breakout session at the Southern Vermont Educators annual symposium last month. And it was a topic the owner of DelishDesign and CCV instructor of six years was thrilled to talk about with K-12 educators.