If all goes as planned, Jamie Heath, a junior at Spaulding High School, will spend her senior year at Vermont Technical College in Randolph rather than at the Barre school. Heath has applied to VTC’s Vermont Academy of Science and Technology, a state-approved early college program that provides free college level courses to Vermont high […]
Community College of Vermont (CCV) will receive a 30 percent increase in philanthropic support from the J Warren & Lois McClure Foundation for academic year 2018-19. The College is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a total of $235,000 to support its work in four critical areas.
Progressive challenger Glennie Sewell, of Montpelier, is making his fourth run for a House seat. He first began his run for office with a focus on the introduction of a Fair Housing Act and a push for continued improvement to Vermont’s health care system, including cost and access. He’s an English teacher at Norwich University, […]
The College of Saint Joseph, facing a financial reckoning, caused by declining student enrollment and a failed attempt to offer a physician’s assistant program, has found a way to remain open. Given the school’s financial predicament it was uncertain whether the school would remain open. But the board of trustees in May came up with […]
Since WWII, the college degree has increasingly become more important when it comes to landing and advancing in the “right job,” according to Peter Smith, Ph.D., University of Maryland University College Orkand Endowed Chair and Professor of Innovative Practices in Higher Education.
The Reining Horse Foundation (RHF) announced the recipients of $10,500 in academic and need-based scholarships for seven youth members: Nicholas Muir, of Lynnwood, Washington; Amber Edmonds, of Pepperell, Massachusetts; Morgan Knerr, of Plain City, Ohio; Jarid Walton, of Riverdale, Michigan; Terri-June Granger, of Dothan, Alabama; David Gringeri, of West Haven, Vermont; and Hope Hampton, of […]
The Community College of Vermont presented associate’s degrees to a number of local students at the college’s 51st commencement, held June 2.
Castleton University, in partnership with the Community College of Vermont, will be offering CCV graduates and transfer students the opportunity to pursue their Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at CCV’s Rutland and Winooski campuses starting in the fall.
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?