MONTPELIER, Vt. – Community College of Vermont (CCV) Director of Admissions Adam Warrington was awarded the Jerry E. Flanagan Service Award by the Consortium of Vermont Colleges (CVC) at their annual conference on January 12. The award is given annually to a CVC member who has shown exemplary leadership within the field of college admissions counseling in Vermont and has gone above and beyond in their service for the Consortium.
“The Consortium of Vermont Colleges has been a tremendous resource for me through both professional development and networking opportunities for nearly a decade,” said Warrington. “I’m continually impressed by the collaboration and collegiality that exists among Vermont’s higher education admissions professionals and believe that the CVC is the primary catalyst for that culture. When I served as the president of the organization, I had the distinct honor of giving Jerry E. Flanagan the inaugural award and am flattered and humbled to now receive it.”
The CVC is a committee of the Vermont Higher Education Council, and includes members of admissions offices from colleges across the state. The Jerry E. Flanagan Service Award was established in 2013 in honor of Jerry E. Flanagan, retiring Vice President for Enrollment at Saint Michael’s College.
“Adam is deserving of this recognition for all the work he contributes to CVC, from his time as CVC president to heading up the marketing initiatives and taking on the website development,” read one of Warrington’s nominations. Other remarks noted Warrington’s tireless efforts on behalf of all Vermont students to gain access to higher education.