Last fall CCV received a $2.5million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor that helped the College accelerate the development of three degree programs that will prepare students for careers in fields Vermont employers have identified as being high demand.
CCV students worked last year as Internet Interns for the e-Vermont Community Broadband project, a statewide effort to help bridge the digital literacy gap for rural Vermonters.
In February CCV piloted a new 1-credit seminar designed to help veterans transition from military to college life.
CCV’s 2012 Commencement Ceremony will be held on Saturday, June 2, at 2 p.m. in the Shapiro Field House at Norwich University.
Last fall Blake McGee created a service learning project that significantly expanded the definition of “CCV community.”
On Sunday, April 1, 2012 an eight-member NEASC team arrived in Winooski for CCV’s three day re-accreditation visit.
President Joyce Judy was one of eight community college leaders invited to the “Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Community College Roundtable” in Washington D.C. in February.
Seven CCV staff and faculty members joined representatives from 150 institutions from 30 states at the Achieving the Dream Annual Meeting on Student Success in Dallas, Texas from February 28 to March 2, 2012.
In 2009, the Community College of Vermont created a comprehensive ten year strategic plan, CCV 2020.
The room was packed with 100 eighth grade students intently moving Hershey’s chocolate kisses around bingo board squares filled with facts about CCV.