Nellie Mae Education Foundation Awards CCV $200,000 Grant

The Community College of Vermont has been awarded grant funding totaling $200,000—$100,000 per year, for two years—from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation. The funds will be used to improve access to dual enrollment programs for all Vermont high school students.

“With the passage of the Flexible Pathways bill the state has created new dual enrollment opportunities for Vermont’s high school students, and this grant from Nellie Mae will help to ensure that all Vermonters have access to those opportunities and the ability to get a jump start on their college-level learning while still attending high school,” said Natalie Searle, director of secondary education initiatives at CCV.  Read full press release

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