MONTPELIER, Vt. — Beginning this fall, Vermonters will have four additional pathways to high-demand careers through new certificate programs at the Community College of Vermont (CCV). The new certificate offerings are cloud computing, community health, entrepreneurship, and human resource management. CCV certificates are designed to prepare students for the workplace or further education, and most […]
Matt Neckers teaches Creative Media Art & Design at Green Mountain Technology and Career Center in Hyde Park. His class is an all-day, year-long (sometimes two) immersive experience that gets students ready for college or the workforce—though many of them will complete his class with 12 college credits already under their belt.
Steve DeSimone started a new job as a packaging operator at Perrigo Nutritionals in Georgia, Vermont last March. Within a year, two CCV Flex classes helped him earn a promotion.
“During incarceration, I became more free than I had ever been in my entire life, and a great deal of that was education.” Scott Barber was incarcerated at Newport’s Northern State Correctional Facility when he took CCV classes through the College’s ReSET VT program.
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.
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 fall 2020 semester.
“When I had the opportunity to go to college, there was no excuse.” Martha Thiei Machar was new to Vermont in the summer of 2006. She was expecting her first child that December, and she was eager to get started on her education.
Emily Deibler has always loved dogs. Her mom, Mindy, says there’s never been a question about what Emily is going to do with her life—it will, of course, involve working with her four-legged friends. “The finish line is pretty clear,” said Mindy. “The question has always been ‘what’s the path to get there?’”
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.