It’s midnight in Lahore, Pakistan as Gulab Malak describes his experience as a CCV student. Staying up all night is normal for him—he’s been working Eastern hours since he moved back home from the U.S. in 2004.
The Community College of Vermont is pleased to announce that the following students have been named to the President’s, Dean’s, and Student Honors Lists for the spring 2021 semester.
For Stephanie Paradis, the Early Childhood Apprenticeship Program was a stepping stone in her career. “I wanted to pursue a career in early childhood education because I love to teach children things that they’ll carry for life,” Stephanie said. “I also wanted to help children explore and succeed, and witness their incredible achievements.”
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MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Community College of Vermont (CCV) held a virtual celebration today for the Class of 2021 and the Class of 2020. From the Class of 2021, more than 450 students from across the state received associate degrees. Graduates represent all 14 Vermont counties, 10 states, and 15 countries. The youngest graduate is […]
Ashleigh du Plessis’s children were nine, seven, and two when she and her husband moved them from Cape Town, South Africa to Vermont in the summer of 2019. The family arrived on a Sunday, and on Tuesday Ashleigh started classes at CCV-Upper Valley.
Each spring, CCV awards the Alumni Scholarship to graduates who plan to continue their studies at a 4-year college or university. The 2021 Alumni Scholarship recipients are Sophie Decker and Mariah Malloy. Sophie is a graduate of CCV-Winooski who completed a degree in early childhood education and will transfer to the University of Vermont to […]
“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.