Family was a powerful theme at Friday’s Leadership Luncheon at CCV-Montpelier. Despite last week’s storm, students, staff, and family members traveled from all corners of the state to gather for the annual luncheon with President Joyce Judy.
For Shanna LaFlamme and Tracy Moyer, leadership starts with listening. Both are dedicated to helping their neighbors face mental health and substance abuse issues, and they say that often the most effective way to do that is by going back to the basics.
The winter weather might be winding down, but activity at CCV is ramping up. We’re celebrating the hard work and many talents of students, staff, and faculty around the state. Happy reading, and don’t forget to send your own news to email@example.com!
Community College of Vermont is pleased to announce that the following students have been named to the President’s, Dean’s, and Student Honors Lists for the fall 2017 semester.
Spring semester has begun, and the days are slowly but surely growing longer. We’re starting out the new year with exciting reports from CCV students, faculty, and staff.
Seven new medical assistants started work at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH) this week. Eilidh Pederson, vice president of the BMH Medical Group, says they’re stepping into crucial roles.
Season’s Greetings from CCV Now! We’re ringing in the New Year with good news from across the College. Have a wonderful break between busy semesters, and please share your own notables at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We hope everyone had a safe and relaxing Thanksgiving break. Fall semester is winding down, and we’re recognizing the recent accomplishments of staff, students, and faculty around the state. Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your news at email@example.com!
Community College of Vermont and the Vermont State Colleges 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 business owners and employers.
At just 17 years old, fresh out of high school, Sam Manchester walked into a recruiting office in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Thirteen weeks later, when he turned 18, he became a Marine. Manchester enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in August of 2010 with one dream in mind: “I wanted to help people.”