Happy Spring! Er, we hope? Fickle weather aside, it’s certainly shaping up to be a prolific season full of great ideas, inspiring stories, and exemplary work from all corners of our CCV landscape. Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your Notables at firstname.lastname@example.org!
MONTPELIER, Vt. – This spring, Community College of Vermont (CCV) will launch its Certified Public Bookkeeper (CPB) program, which provides a nationally-recognized credential in the field of accounting. The program expands the reach of the College’s workforce education initiatives by providing additional pathways to employment while filling labor gaps in Vermont’s accounting industry. The […]
Café CCV, a biannual showcase of student artwork, was held at CCV-Rutland on December 9th. Over 70 students participated, displaying paintings, drawings, stained glass, ceramics, photography, and masks, and performing stand-up comedy.
Autumn was a season full of literary and musical accomplishments, election preparations, and a few Halloween festivities, among other interesting notes.
Summer has come to a close and fall classes are well underway. The new season has brought color to our Green Mountain hillsides along with bright and interesting news from CCV faculty, students, and staff.
For a group of intrepid students and volunteers in Rutland County, summer means days spent in a field in West Haven, sifting through clay-like soil. They are assisting on an archaeological dig at the Galick Farm site, which lies within the Helen W. Buckner Preserve at Bald Mountain.
Summer semester is now underway and leading up to the start of classes there have been some great things happening all over the state––new publications, videos, appointments and more took place in the past few weeks!
Spring semester is winding down, but our community is no less active. Check out what our College faculty, staff, and students have been up to in the last month.
Former Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill famously quipped “all politics is local,” and faculty member Jerry Kreitzer sees a good lesson in that.
As it turns out, the Rutland area is full of dog people. At least that’s what students in Rosalie Fox’s Introduction to Sociology course found out from their service learning project this semester.