Kyle Aines, CCV’s associate director of veterans services, has one wish for the College’s veteran and military students: “I just want them to feel more [that] our program is here for them as a whole. I want them to feel like they are a part of a bigger group than just a CCV student; that […]
November 8th was National First-Generation College Celebration Day, when we recognized first-generation college students across the country. At CCV, 57% of students are the first in their family to attend college.
Kyle Wolfe refuses to let his past dictate his future. In 2007, he was trying to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. He took two classes at CCV but failed both due to his substance use disorder and criminal deviance.
Adapting to the adversity in the world due to COVID-19, the annual Leadership Scholarship celebration at CCV looked a little bit different this year, but there was no lack of pride and support from the CCV community.
Fall semester is in full swing as we head into October and cooler weather. Here’s the latest roundup of news and announcements from students, faculty, and staff around the state. Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own Notables with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
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 summer 2020 semester.
CCV is proud to honor outstanding faculty members each fall with the annual Teaching Excellence Awards. Faculty are nominated by students and final selections are made by CCV’s Academic Council, which includes faculty, staff, and a student representative.
CCV faculty member Katy Schonbeck was one of the many educators who had to quickly move their classes online this spring due to COVID-19. Amidst the change and uncertainty that came from shifting from on-ground to online, Katy stayed true to her values and teaching style.
Most people try to avoid stress in their lives, but Rylee Masson isn’t most people. Thriving under pressure, at 17 years old, and before earning a high school diploma, Rylee has received an associate degree in STEM from CCV.
For historian and CCV instructor Cyndy Bittinger, looking back is a way of looking forward. Amid the Black Lives Matter movement and protests against racial injustice in Vermont and across the country, she’s relying on a historical perspective to inform class discussions.