Vermont Public Radio has elected two new members to its Board of Directors to serve three-year terms: Joyce Judy of Waterbury is president of Community College of Vermont, having previously served as dean of students and provost of the College. She is recognized as a statewide leader in the development of Vermont’s Dual Enrollment Program […]
“This is about you telling us what you think, what your concerns are,” Sanders told the students. Parents and residents also attended the meeting, as did Vermont Secretary of Education Rebecca Holcombe, Labor Commissioner Lindsay Kurrle, local business leaders and staff from several Vermont agencies.
AIV’s annual meeting is the premier forum for addressing critical manufacturing and economic issues facing Vermont, bringing together leaders from across business and public sectors, and it is holding its 97th Annual Meeting December 14 at the Capitol Plaza in Montpelier. This year AIV is focusing on one of the greatest challenges for manufacturing and […]
As we examine factors influencing the state’s long-term viability, we are faced with certain challenges that take significant time and effort to change: population and demographics. We are a small state, with a population hovering around 625,000, and we are predominantly white, nearly 97 percent. The majority of Vermont’s population is distributed in rural communities, […]
Gallery Walk returns this Friday downtown and satellite locations within a short drive of Main Street. There are 36 listed venues, many with meet-the-artist receptions.
It’s that time of year when prospective college students are researching and applying for college admission. Students are eager to find the right college to prepare them for the career and life of their dreams. A top concern of prospective students, and their parents, is the cost of that dream education, and how to pay […]
Community College of Vermont, Vermont State Colleges Seek Collaborative Approach to Workforce Development
The Vermont State Colleges and Community College of Vermont are here to serve Vermonters—and not only Vermont students, but also the businesses and communities those students go on to serve. At CCV-Newport on Monday, VSCS chancellor Jeb Spaulding and CCV president Joyce Judy convened a community listening session to hear firsthand about the needs of […]
The award application told a compelling story in just a few sentences. “My name is Fardowsa Ibrahim, 22 years old and a fourth-year medical laboratory sciences major at the University of Vermont. I identify as a first-generation college student and as a black, Muslim woman who wears a hijab. I was born in Kenya and […]
Greater Falls Connections has announced the addition of three new board members: Fred Tipton, Doreen Stoodley, and Shelly Crawford. Annual voting for the board members was conducted during the group’s June coalition meeting held at Parks Place Community Resource Center. The board members have shown a commitment to furthering the coalition’s vision to build a […]
On Friday, Nov. 3, ARC Rutland Area again held its annual Janet Wetherby Pampered Chef Bingo at the American Legion in Rutland. This is the only fundraiser held by ARC each year. The funds collected go toward the services provided to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, derived from Advocacy, Recources and Community opportunities.