“What does it mean to be an American?” Juan-Joel Tovanche wants to structure his upcoming African American Struggle for Equality class around this question.
Students, staff, and community leaders joined together on Thursday, April 29 to celebrate the CCV 2020-2021 Leadership Scholarship recipients. The annual Leadership Scholarship celebration was again held virtually via Zoom, an adaptation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Student organizations and leadership opportunities are important parts of the culture at CCV and are integral to student success. The Phi Theta Kappa honor society (PTK) is one of these opportunities.
Matt Neckers teaches Creative Media Art & Design at Green Mountain Technology and Career Center in Hyde Park. His class is an all-day, year-long (sometimes two) immersive experience that gets students ready for college or the workforce—though many of them will complete his class with 12 college credits already under their belt.
Nine years ago a significant back injury changed the trajectory of Ginny Greenway’s life, shifting her focus to working smarter rather than harder. As a mom of six, Ginny had always envisioned herself going to college when she was done raising her children. She suffered her back injury when her youngest child was still in […]
Sandy Sherman always knew that she wanted to work in healthcare, so she started out at CCV in 2010 with the hopes of pursuing a career in nursing. Along the way, “life happened,” and she ended up changing paths. She completed her CCV degree in liberal studies and worked as a paraeducator, but when she […]
Art classes at CCV are typically taught in-person at CCV’s twelve academic centers, but with the fall 2020 semester consisting primarily of remote learning, instructors had to adapt their classes to new formats. “I learned as much as my students did with this new platform,” Drawing I instructor Susannah Gravel said of teaching art online. […]
Today is the last full day of our adventure. We have seen so many monuments of history and culture. Today being Sunday, there was a lot of foot traffic on the streets. People walking to work, the local boulangerie, a café, or the markets.
CCV strives to be a college that values all voices, and that embraces the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We believe that all people should have access to a high-quality, affordable postsecondary education. Amid this historic moment in our state and in our country, it is imperative that we acknowledge our shortcomings and reaffirm our core values.
As my final semester draws to a close, I can now reflect and say confidently that being a part of the CCV community, I have learned to see myself as part of a larger world. Going forward, I can apply the many life lessons that I’ve learned here at CCV to my personal character, my future education, and my future career.