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Maple Leaf Announcements

  • February Resource: Summer Child Care
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    We’d like to remind you that CCV has a resource advisor, Connie Beal, who is available to CCV students, faculty, and staff. She can help find resources for anything ranging from securing reliable transportation to where to go for legal advice. Connie will start sending a monthly update on useful resources. For February, she’s recommending a few places that can help you create a solid summer child care plan. (more…)

  • Welcome to Spring Semester
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    On the first day of spring semester we want to set you up for success. Among other tools at your fingertips this spring, you can buy and sell textbooks at our online bookstore; connect with our career development services; find academic support at one of our twelve learning centers or online at eTutoring; learn more about our library services; or meet with an academic advisor for one-on-one guidance in all things CCV. (more…)

  • Job Hunt Helpers Available at VT Libraries
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    CCV and the Vermont Department of Libraries are teaming up again to help you find a new job through our Job Hunt Helpers program! Job Hunt Helpers are CCV students who have been trained by CCV’s career consultants in the most effective methods to look for work in the digital age. (more…)

  • We Have Winners!
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    Remember back in December we urged you to register early to benefit from our $100 bookstore early bird giveaway?  Well, we have 20 winners! They win because they now have extra cash to spend at our new bookstore (bookstore.ccv.edu). They also win because they got the classes they wanted.  So while you won’t get the cash, you can still register now to get the classes you want and need.  (more…)

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  • Morrisville: Game Night!

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CCV – Vermont Is Our Campus

No matter where you live in Vermont, a CCV Academic Center is close to you!

  • “CCV students aren’t afraid to wrestle with complex issues. In Community & Restorative Justice, my students developed approaches in treating drug-possession crimes as a matter of public health, not just public safety. Enroll and help reform our criminal justice system.”

    TJ Donovan Chittenden County State's Attorney,
    CCV Instructor