Education, and learning in general, has consistently been the world’s greatest equalizer since the beginning of time. Need to stay warm? Learn to harness energy and create fire. Need protection from the elements? Learn to create simple tools and how to build structures. Can’t keep up with your predators? Learn to run faster.
John Beecy of Stowe and Nathan Raymond of Johnson were named to the fall president’s list at the Community College of Vermont in Montpelier. Named to the fall dean’s list: Cassey Kellner-Bourdeau of Hyde Park and Spencer Morrissey of Morrisville. Named for student honors: Heather Cyr of Johnson, Krysta Luzietti of Eden and Lynda Morin […]
The University of Mississippi School of Applied Sciences has named Steven Soifer as chair for the Department of Social Work. Soifer previously was chair of the Department of Social Work in the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Memphis. He was responsible for overseeing all aspects of curriculum design, delivery […]
In some college towns, the school sits on a hill, or on the outskirts. Not so in Poultney, where the Green Mountain College campus anchors the rural southern Vermont community’s downtown, its historic red-brick Ames Hall looking out over the eateries and shops of Main Street.
Department of Environmental Conservation teams with CCV to offer free green production course for businesses
For many businesses in Vermont, protecting the environment is a key aspect of daily operations. To support companies interested in becoming more sustainable, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and the Community College of Vermont (CCV) are teaming up to offer a free class focused on green manufacturing and production.
The Community College of Vermont will receive $350,000 thanks to Vermont Student Assistance Corp’s $31 million, seven-year federal GEAR UP grant awarded in October. The grant allows CCV, a longtime state partner with VSAC, to reach young Vermonters with information and opportunities for education and training after high school through a variety of initiatives, including […]
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of VT (GFWC-VT) is offering scholarships for Vermont women seeking to further their education or training or to upgrade their skills in preparation for advancing in the work place.
As a young and native Vermonter who is committed to this state, it has been frustrating to watch many of my peers leave Vermont for more affordable college opportunities. I know this frustration is shared and felt by many Vermonters. These include small and large local business owners and employers who are struggling to find […]
Community College of Vermont (CCV) has been awarded $17,750 from the Vermont Community Foundation to support ReSET VT, a prison-to-career initiative that offers college classes to male inmates at the Northern State Correctional Facility (NSCF) in Newport.
The following students at the Community College of Vermont (CCV) were named to the Fall 2018 Student Honors List. This honor recognizes part-time students with a 4.0 grade point average. Local students on the honors list include Giovanni Mantello of Cavendish, Vermont; Emma Esty of Chester, Vermont; Jodi Mohn of Hartford, Vermont; Tiegen Schaub of […]