COORDINATOR OF ACADEMIC Services at Community College of Vermont-Middlebury Jennifer Stefani, left, speaks with CCV students Amtul Khan, Farhad Khan and Allison Brown during a Feb. 5 open house in the new CCV academic space on the second floor of the Battell Block on Merchants Row. The new owner of the historic building renovated the […]
Senator Patrick Leahy (D), Senator Bernie Sanders (I) and Representative Peter Welch (D) Wednesday announced that Vermont Rural Ventures will receive $60 million in federal tax credits to spur economic development projects throughout the state. Congress established the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program in 2000 to spur private investment in economic development projects in […]
In April 2009, there were 361,200 people in Vermont’s labor force – an all-time high. Today we have 15,540 fewer workers. If nothing changes, in about 7 years there could be one working Vermonter for each person who is not in the labor force. If you exclude the Burlington area, we’re about four years away […]
Middlebury’s other college, the Community College of Vermont, celebrated its new look after completion of major building renovation at the campus’ 10 Merchants Row location. An open house for the community was held Feb. 5 to mark the occasion.
Linda Shere lives in Middlebury, having moved to Vermont nine years ago from New York City. She is an artist and poet, and was a poetry fellow at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson. She has taught Art, Graphic Design and Storytelling in the Media at the Community College of Vermont.
“Congrats Dad,” read a sign with an American flag drawn on it. Alejandra Mena waived the sign in the air. The 18-year-old was teary-eyed as she watched her father walk across the stage and accept his certificate of citizenship. On Thursday, 54 citizenship candidates became officially naturalized. The new citizens originally hailed from nearby countries […]
On Tuesday, Jan.9, the Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) Board of Trustees elected J. Churchill Hindes by unanimous vote to be chairman of the board following the resignation of his predecessor, Martha O’Connor, who has nevertheless agreed to remain on the board.
The director of student life will retire after 39 years at UVM at the end of this year. Pat Brown has many memories from his years from “rock n roll shows at the gym to student protests on Waterman,” he said.
Manufacturing Solutions, Inc (MSI), a full-scale contract manufacturing, logistics, and commercial properties leasing company based in Morrisville, recently partnered with Community College of Vermont (CCV) in offering a Certified Production Technician (CPT) training course for interested employees.
At the Community College of Vermont, the President’s List honors full-time students who earned a 4.0 GPA; the Dean’s List recognizes full-time students with a 3.5-3.995 GPA. Paula Seamans of Middletown Springs and Emma Kerson of Pawlet made the President’s List. On the CCV Dean’s List were Tiffan Saltis of Castleton, Devon Harding of Fair […]