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.
MONTPELIER, Vt. — In an effort to expand on existing programs that provide Vermonters with high-demand job skills, Community College of Vermont (CCV) is joining Amazon Web Services (AWS) Academy. AWS Academy provides higher education institutions with cloud computing curriculum that prepares students to pursue industry-recognized certifications and in-demand cloud jobs. One of these courses […]
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Beginning this fall, students 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 afterschool and youth work, cybersecurity fundamentals, IT service desk specialist and pharmacy technician. These join the College’s fourteen existing certificate programs to provide a […]
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.
Small classes, supportive faculty and staff, and a sense of community at CCV helped Thato Ratsebe develop her skill set and prepare for her future. “The amount of attention that I got was incredible.”
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.”
Jeff Patterson took a CPR class in school when he was just thirteen years old. At seventeen, a friend’s father encouraged him to join the local rescue squad, so he went out for a ride-along. After that, “I was hooked.”
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.
Pamela Lacey had never taken an online class before this spring. And then in mid-March, her full-time CCV course load moved online.