As fall semester begins to wind down, we’re celebrating the recent accomplishments of students, faculty, and staff from around the state. Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own news by emailing email@example.com!
It’s midway through fall semester and the CCV community is hard at work studying, creating, sharing, and volunteering. Here’s the October news. Happy reading, and don’t forget to send your own announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Check out some recent news from students, faculty, and staff, and please share your own Notables by emailing email@example.com!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Community College of Vermont (CCV)-Newport graduate DeCarann Speaks has been named an inaugural New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar and will receive a $1,250 scholarship. Speaks will be honored at the Association of Community College Trustees’ 2018 Leadership Congress on October 24-27, 2018 in New York City. This new scholarship is the first […]
Season’s Greetings from CCV Now! We’re ringing in the New Year with good news from across the College. Have a wonderful break between busy semesters, and please share your own notables at email@example.com!
Community College of Vermont and the Vermont State Colleges are here to serve Vermonters—and not only Vermont students, but also the businesses and communities those students go on to serve. At CCV-Newport on Monday, VSCS chancellor Jeb Spaulding and CCV president Joyce Judy convened a community listening session to hear firsthand about the needs of business owners and employers.
At just 17 years old, fresh out of high school, Sam Manchester walked into a recruiting office in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Thirteen weeks later, when he turned 18, he became a Marine. Manchester enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in August of 2010 with one dream in mind: “I wanted to help people.”
“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.
Many of CCV’s course offerings have a field component, taking students out of the classroom and into the Vermont landscape. This summer, students and faculty from Forest Ecology, Landscape in Art, and Natural History of Vermont reflect on the value of bringing education outside.