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Maple Leaf Announcements

  • CCV Receives Grant to Support Workforce Initiative

    US DOL LogoThe Community College of Vermont (CCV) has received nearly $2.4 million in Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant funding to provide training and education to assist Vermonters in acquiring the workforce skills Vermont businesses need to remain competitive. Read our press release on CCV Now.

  • In Memory of Elmer Kimball
    Elmer Kimball

    To the CCV Community,

    With great sadness, I bring news of the passing of a longtime employee of the College, Elmer Kimball. After a yearlong struggle with cancer, and following an unexpectedly fast progression of the disease this past month, Elmer succumbed to complications from stomach cancer on Saturday, September 6. Elmer faced this challenge with courage and determination to the end. The following obituary has been sent to local and state newspapers.


  • September Resource of the Month

    Each month Lisa Jensen, a resource coordinator with the United Way of Chittenden County’s Working Bridges program puts together a list of useful resources for all of us here at CCV. This month she has some end of summer tips and back to school resources! (more…)

  • Prior Learning Assessment Info Sessions Offered in October!

    Maybe you’ve worked for a number of years, volunteered in your community, or spent time in the military. Did you know CCV has programs in place to assess the skills you’ve developed along the way and get you college credit for them? It’s called Prior Learning Assessment, and we’ve helped thousands earn credit for what they know! (more…)


  • Montpelier: Community Picnic

    • 3:30pm-5:30pm
    • Montpelier / Learning Center, 2nd Floor
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  • “I completed my medical assisting certificate at CCV, planning to transfer into VTC’s nursing program. But I found that medical assisting work is a dead right fit for me. I am continuing for my associate in this program.”

    Francoise Kahindo Medical Assisting Student