Spring has finally sprung, and our CCV community is buzzing with activity! Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own news and announcements with us by emailing email@example.com.
The spring semester is off and running, and students, faculty, and staff around the state are embarking on all manner of new adventures. Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own news and announcements at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Happy New Year! We’re welcoming 2019 with good news from across the CCV community. Don’t forget to share your own announcements and accomplishments by emailing email@example.com.
Community College of Vermont and Brattleboro Memorial Hospital have teamed up to provide a direct pathway to hospital jobs in environmental services.
Happy first day of classes, everyone! Here are a few highlights from a busy summer at CCV. Enjoy, and don’t forget to share your own news with us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
More than 500 students graduated on Saturday, June 2nd at Norwich University. Congratulations to all of our graduates! Please don’t forget to share your own summer news with us at email@example.com.
In honor of the warmth that’s surely on its way, we’re kicking off this edition of Notable Now with a beach scene painted by Senior Administrative Assistant Kim Barbour at Morrisville’s March 23rd Paint Night! The event raised $360 for the Morrisville Student Assistance Fund. Happy Spring!
Community College of Vermont (CCV) student Melissa Buffum received a $2,500 medical assisting scholarship from the Brattleboro Rotary Club Gateway Foundation at a March 1st award ceremony at CCV’s Brattleboro academic center.
MONTPELIER, Vt. – Community College of Vermont (CCV) student Alizabeth Longe has been chosen as this year’s recipient of CCV’s Karen Raylene Clark Memorial Scholarship. Clark was a longtime Academic Coordinator at CCV-Brattleboro who passed away in December 2015. The endowed scholarship fund was created to honor her passion for helping students persist in their […]
“The reason why I didn’t go to school right after high school is because I couldn’t afford it, and my parents couldn’t afford it.” That could be the voice of any number of CCV students, but in this story, it’s the voice of Fathima Salahudeen, a STEM studies major who immigrated to Vermont from Sri Lanka in 2008.