Community College of Vermont has been ranked among the top 25 military friendly community colleges in the nation by Victory Media, an industry rating group for institutions serving veteran and military students. CCV is Vermont’s second-largest college, serving over 7,000 students each semester.
Something has been lacking in the Bennington youth population — outreach and education on recovery and prevention related to substance use. Turning Point Recovery Center now has the ability to cater to that need with the availability of a Regional Prevention Planning (RPP) funding opportunity through The Collaborative, a substance free education group.
When Faisal Gill was running for state office in Virginia, he had a hard time convincing people he was the Republican candidate. Gill, who was born in Pakistan and raised in the United States, said people would make assumptions about his politics based on his appearance and Muslim faith.
In 1974, Carol “Crow” Cohen moved to Richmond with her husband and small daughter. That year, shortly after giving birth to her second daughter, she dialed the local “Women’s Switchboard.” A hybrid rape crisis hotline and general women’s network, it was listed in the phone book. “Because Vermont is so small,” Cohen wrote in her […]
The Vermont Department of Economic Development recently awarded Brattleboro Memorial Hospital a $74,000 Workforce Development Grant to hire, train, and employ medical assistants and scribes for the hospital’s medical practices.
A group of high school students met with local professionals from a number of different fields on Monday as part of the Emerging Leaders Program. The sophomores and juniors, 16 from Mount Anthony Union High School and five from Burr and Burton Academy, were recommended by school counselors and teachers from showing exceptional leadership potential. […]
Like folks flowing from every direction into Montpelier for the Women’s March, a web of visionary/moral/environmental/educational strands is manifesting in Central Vermont around issues of housing, jobs, energy. If cultivated, this weave holds potential for Washington County, at the heart of our state, to become a hub of innovation, a national model of compassionate stewardship.
What’s a better way to help food pantries during a slow donation season than with ingredients for a childhood staple meal? The first ever Peanut Butter and Jam Slam Food Drive launches March 20 and runs until April 3, the day after National Peanut Butter and Jelly day.
I know Dave Yacovone, Jeb Spaulding, Rich Westman and others mean well in their columns and interviews regarding higher education funding, but they all seem to be leaving out some key facts about how that state money is distributed.
Community College of Vermont (CCV) has been ranked among the top 25 Military Friendly® community colleges in the nation by Victory Media, an industry-leading rating group for institutions serving veteran and military students.