Chef and CCV graduate Richard Witting served up three different dishes at CCV-Winooski’s 17th Annual International Food Festival last Thursday, where students, staff, and community members came to share cuisine from around the world.
As promised, April is arriving with showers galore: rain, yes, along with buckets of good news too. This month, we’re recognizing many members of the CCV community who are using their creativity, hard work, and leadership to usher in some sunshine.
CCV student Calito Amboise is from Haiti, and he brings with him a remarkable optimism. “Today I help you, tomorrow you help me,” he says. “We can make community. We have to work together. You don’t need a big revolution. Small by small can make the difference.”
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 […]
Snow has turned our Green Mountains white, and the fall semester is quickly coming to a close. This month we recognize several of the writers, artists, entrepreneurs, and activists who are enriching the CCV community!
In one photograph, you see nothing but dense German forest; one shows oil fires in the desert; one reveals the wide and slow-moving Euphrates River. These images were taken by two men who have nearly 35 years of military service between them. In celebration of Veterans Day, CCV invited two Vermont veterans to share their stories.
Dodit Tshibamba Buabua lives in the heart of Winooski, an easy walk to the city’s CCV campus—a good thing, as he is an active member of the College community: in addition to taking classes here, he’s an IT intern, he works in the Learning Center, and he’s one of the College’s Job Hunt Helpers.
Autumn was a season full of literary and musical accomplishments, election preparations, and a few Halloween festivities, among other interesting notes.
A good way to find out what’s important to CCV students? Put on a debate for their would-be legislators and give students the reins. Let them decide on the topics and let them design the questions. You’ll see students interacting with policy-makers face-to-face, directly engaging with the local issues they find most salient this election season.
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.