Veterans Gather to Tell Stories of Combat, Homecoming

Veterans Gather to Tell Stories of Combat, Homecoming

Veterans gathered in front of an audience of nearly 100 Monday evening at the Community College of Vermont’s Winooski center to tell their stories of combat and of their homecoming.

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Brooks House Reopens

Brooks House Reopens

Hundreds turned out on Friday night to mark another page in Brattleboro’s history: the reopening of Brooks House. Development team members Bob Stevens and Larry Cassidy, as well as Gov. Peter Shumlin, Congressman Peter Welch, CCV President Joyce Judy, and Vermont Tech Interim President Dan Smith spoke at the event.

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CCV Hosts Rutland County Senate Candidate Forum

CCV Hosts Rutland County Senate Candidate Forum

Former Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill famously quipped “all politics is local,” and faculty member Jerry Kreitzer sees a good lesson in that.

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Talking with Sayward

Talking with Sayward

Walk through the halls of CCV Montpelier and you’ll notice words such as Maybe! and IF staring you in the face. The words, along with a number of additional pieces, are part of the center’s latest art show, which features the work of Montpelier-based artist Sayward Schoonmaker.

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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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Fundraiser Nets Over $900 For Vermont Food Bank

MONTPELIER — Students, staff and faculty of the Community College of Vermont (CCV) in Montpelier recently hosted the center’s first annual Empty Bowls dinner to benefit the Vermont Food Bank (VFB). By the end of the night, there were certainly plenty of empty bowls to be seen, as nearly 200 guests mingled after enjoying a […]

Student speaker Olivia Smith-Hammond addressing her class.

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 a family in the best state of the fifty states, that’s my plea to you today,” Governor Peter Shumlin told the Class of 2014.

Burlington resident Olivia Smith-Hammond will deliver the student address at CCV's 47th commencement ceremony on June 7.

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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