Community College of Vermont
CCV is proud to recognize students who demonstrate academic excellence in their classes. Each semester, we publish President’s, Dean’s, and Student Honors lists on CCV Now, the College’s online news magazine. Last semester, more than 500 students received academic honors. Check out the full list here. Congratulations to our fall 2018 honors students!
Vermont families say they need greater access to high-quality childcare. Early childhood educators say they need greater access to flexible, affordable training. CCV is listening.
Beginning in spring 2019, CCV is bringing you an accelerated childcare certificate that can be completed entirely online. You’ll earn 24 college credits in as few as four semesters. This flexible format is designed to give you the most efficient path to a credential that can immediately advance your career in early childhood education, one of the most rewarding, high-demand professions in Vermont. (more…)
CCV is your path to success. Whether your goal is a job, transferring to another college, a promotion, or a lifetime of learning, CCV can get you there. With hundreds of classes at twelve locations and online, you can go to college anywhere, anytime. With the lowest cost per credit in the state, you can go to college without breaking the bank. And with evening and weekend classes, accelerated courses, and other flexible scheduling options, you can make college work for your busy life.
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.
Prior Learning Assessment Info Webinar — Thursday, February 28, 2019
CCV Location: TBAAttend a free informational webinar to learn more about your prior learning assessment options and how you can save time and money on your way to earning a college degree. Internet connection with audio required. Join the webinar HERE. Thursday, February 28, 12 pm.
- Montpelier / The Great Room
Global Social Problems Film Series and Pot luck – Double Feature! — Thursday, February 28, 2019
Time: 3:30pm – 5:30pm
CCV Location: Montpelier
Event Location: The Great RoomCome join Global Social Problems for the first ever Double Feature event Film One: 19 Days. This short documentary follows several refugee families during their first 19 days in Canada, as they navigate an unfamiliar terrain that has suddenly become their home. Located in the quiet Calgary neighborhood of Bridgeland, the Margaret Chisholm Resettlement Centre is the starting point for government-assisted refugees who arrive in the city. 19 Days reveals the human side of the refugee resettlement process. A unique look at the global migration crisis and one particular stage of asylum, it lays plain the realities faced on the difficult road towards integration. Runtime 27 minutes Film Two: Qallunaat! Why White People Are Funny. This documentary pokes fun at the ways in which Inuit people have been treated as “exotic” documentary subjects by turning the lens onto the strange behaviors of Qallunaat (the Inuit word for white people). The term refers less to skin color than to a certain state of mind: Qallunaat greet each other with inane salutations, repress natural bodily functions, complain about being cold, and want to dominate the world. Their odd dating habits, unsuccessful attempts at Arctic exploration, overbearing bureaucrats and police, and obsession with owning property are curious indeed. Qallunaat! brings the documentary form to an unexpected place in which oppression, history, and comedy collide. Runtime 53 minutes Who is invited: Everyone! Anyone from within CCV or outside of CCV are encouraged to join. You do not have to be enrolled in Global Social Issues to attend This event is an optional potluck, bring a dish and try a dish! Please note, bringing food/beverage is not required.
Prior Learning Assessment Info Webinar — Thursday, March 14, 2019
CCV Location: TBAAttend a free informational webinar to learn more about your prior learning assessment options and how you can save time and money on your way to earning a college degree. Internet connection with audio required. Join the webinar HERE. Thursday, March 14, 5 pm.