There’s just under one month to go before the biggest event of the year at CCV—commencement! We’ll celebrate our 2019 grads on Saturday, June 1 at Norwich University in Northfield.
Musakhan was a sort of flatbread, the crust soft and spongy and spread with a light glaze of sumac, onion, and spices. Big chunks of chicken were the main feature, decorated with pine nuts and fresh herbs.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community College of Vermont (CCV)-Winooski graduate Virginia Litchfield has been named a 2019 New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar and will receive a $2,250 scholarship.
Community College of Vermont (CCV) and Northfield Savings Bank have partnered to expand CCV’s Access Days program, which brings middle school students to CCV centers throughout the state for mock classes, student panels, and other activities that give kids a taste of college.
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 email@example.com!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The largest county in Vermont is growing—barely. Between 2009 and 2015, the total population of Chittenden County grew by 5.8%. Meanwhile, the county’s foreign born population grew by 34.7%.
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!
Students at CCV-Winooski are getting a taste of the maker movement—which might sound trendy and abstract, but it’s actually pretty basic: it’s literally about making things. And these students are loving it for a pretty basic reason: they get to work with their hands, turning their ideas into reality.