Peter Smith, educator and author, asks two questions. How much of what you know did you learn in a college classroom? How much of what you know did you learn from personal and on-the-job experience?
Gelsey A. Tolosa recently graduated from the Community College of Vermont in Montpelier, Vt.
Students at the Community College of Vermont earned associate degrees at the college’s 51st commencement June 2.
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More than 500 students from across Vermont received associates degrees on Saturday as Community College of Vermont held its commencement ceremony at Shapiro Field House at Norwich University. The student speaker, Trevor Farr of CCV’s Middlebury program, said all of the class had faced challenges.
Community College of Vermont will graduate over 500 students in a ceremony at Norwich University on Saturday, at 2 p.m. Students graduating include Megan Maxham, of Northfield, and Amanda Van Dien, of Rutland. Both overcame adversity early on in their working lives with the help of the college that helped them restart and reinvigorate their […]
Every year, before the statewide commencement ceremony, the Bennington campus of the Community College of Vermont holds a special celebration for its own graduates and their families. This year, 31 students, from virtually every imaginable background, will leave CCV Bennington with their associate degrees. Some had been thinking about college for a long time and […]
Trevor Farr wasn’t planning to continue his education after he graduated from Mount Abraham Union High School in 2003. “When I graduated high school, I didn’t have any intention of going to college. It’s normal in my heritage to work in construction. My dad was a carpenter,” said Farr.