When the pandemic hit last March, Caitlin Moroney was furloughed. By the time she went back to her job in June, things were very different.
In a cozy room at CCV-Middlebury, Farhad and Amtul Khan sit side by side, nervous and eager in equal measure—they’ve ducked in out of the rain to talk about why this place means so much to them.
“I think it’s a special thing about Vermont: people care about their land.” Having grown up in Richmond, Vermont, CCV environmental science major Jesse Littlefield knew this long before embarking on her Professional Field Experience (PFE) internship last fall.
CCV student Calito Amboise is from Haiti, and he brings with him a remarkable optimism. “Today I help you, tomorrow you help me,” he says. “We can make community. We have to work together. You don’t need a big revolution. Small by small can make the difference.”
Luke Haddock and Chris Colbourn were born and raised in the Green Mountains in the early ‘90s. Both have since traveled the world in pursuit of skate- and snowboarding dreams, but another dream keeps them tied to home: both are seeking a college degree, and both are doing so through CCV’s Center for Online Learning.
CCV student David Demasi has spent a lot of time thinking, reading, and talking about outer space. He has detailed hypotheses about counteracting Martian gravity, shielding astronauts from cosmic radiation, and achieving warp. He’s even been to NASA.
On November 19, 2012 CCV-Bennington student Andrea Lindhardt, along with 28 others, became a naturalized citizen of the United States in a ceremony held at the District Court in Burlington. Originally from Hungary, Andrea earned an Associate of Science degree with two concentrations, Administrative Management and Hospitality and Tourism in 2012.
When Hannah LaPlaca started her senior year at Mid-Vermont Christian School, many of her classmates already knew what they would do next. Hannah wanted to go to college, but she was anxious about moving away from her family, and worried about taking on debt when she had no clear vision of what she would do […]
CCV-Brattleboro student Alicia Dana was one of 17 athletes chosen to represent the U.S. Nordic Adaptive Team in the IPC World Cup adaptive Nordic ski races in Telemark, WI and Minneapolis, MN from January 26-February 2, 2012.
CCV-St. Albans student Sara Halbach was a finalist in Photography Forum magazine’s 2012 Best of College and High School Photography contest. The winning and finalist photographs will be published in the annual Best of College Photography 2012.