Morgan Langlois is one player in the effort CCV is making to provide veterans seeking higher education in Vermont with the support they need to make those transitions. Kyle Aines is another.
For Immediate Release 2/20/2014 Contact Kathryn Eddy Digital Communications Assistant Community College of Vermont O: 802.828.2973 Kathryn.Eddy@ccv.edu Community College of Vermont is proud to announce receipt of an $81,000 grant to expand its support services for veterans. The grant will extend CCV’s dedicated staffing for veterans services and provide state-of-the-art training programs to help CCV […]
Faculty member and author Joe Covais was very clear in his lecture on Veterans Day.
“I’m not telling you about the content of the book…I’m telling you what the book is about in the big picture.”
CCV is offering free workshops on military education benefits and federal financial aid to military personnel, regardless of status and dependents.
It’s just past one o’clock on Tuesday afternoon at CCV Newport. Students are at work in the Learning Center, instructors are beginning the day’s lessons, and staff goes about handling the logistics of day-to-day life at the College. This would be a typical day at the center, save for what’s going on in the corner classroom that looks out over Lake Memphremagog.
CCV Resource Advisor for Veterans Chara Vincelette stood before a whiteboard, facing the class: “What are some of the challenges you’ve faced as a student?”
In 2011, two-time Purple Heart recipient Andrew Harris retired after serving 20 years in the Navy and with the Army National Guard as part of the 1st-101st Field Artillery unit.
On August 1 2012 The J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation announced over $450,000 in grants to support of programs that further the Foundation’s mission of improving access to college and career education for all Vermonters.
In February CCV piloted a new 1-credit seminar designed to help veterans transition from military to college life.
Courtney Beaulieu is a mechanic with the Vermont Army National Guard and returned to school in 2010 after a year in Afghanistan.