Sophie Decker is no stranger to college courses, despite having just graduated from high school. As a former CCV Dual Enrollment and Early College student, and now a current CCV degree-seeking student, at 18 years old she is taking advantage of all the College has to offer. “I wanted to do the entire college experience […]
Emily Mulherin has always loved working with children. She’s currently an assistant teacher in the infant room at Brattleboro Centre for Children; in addition to her full-time job, she’s a student at CCV, pursuing an associate degree in early childhood education.
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 2020 semester.
Summer semester has begun and the summer weather has arrived! Here’s the latest roundup of news and announcements from students, faculty, and staff. Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own Notables with us by emailing email@example.com!
Kaleigh Nutting’s priorities are clear: She loves Vermont and wants to stay close to home. She wants to make the best financial decisions she can. And she wants to be successful in life. “I want to do a job that I love to do, because it doesn’t feel like a job when you enjoy it.”
When Angela Ellison’s teenaged son was a toddler, she took him to an appointment at the Department of Health offices in downtown Bennington. Walking into 324 Main St., which also houses CCV, Angela looked down a hallway and noticed classrooms.
Balancing work, college classes, hobbies, and a social life can be hard – especially when you’re still in high school. But Jonathan Knakal makes it seem easy.
Pamela Lacey had never taken an online class before this spring. And then in mid-March, her full-time CCV course load moved online.
Despite the crazy times we’re living in, CCV students, faculty, and staff are thriving! We’re looking forward to the start of summer semester on May 26, and pleased to share the latest roundup of news and announcements from around the state.
Don’t let the challenges of transitioning to online learning or teaching get in your way of success. As the COVID-19 pandemic has swept across our state, everyone is learning how to switch to remote work and learning, including CCV.