CCV’s alumni community includes graduates as well as anyone who took classes and was significantly impacted by their experience at the College. Have you ever wondered what former students have been up to since leaving CCV? Look no further! We’re pleased to share the latest edition of updates submitted by CCV’s diverse group of alumni.
Alumni are encouraged to share their news by filling out the alumni update form.
Jennie Clarke ’04, Communications
Johnson State (NVU) ’15 B.S. Professional Studies/Business Communications
After earning her associate degree from CCV, Jennie worked in communications for the dean’s office and then in media relations and marketing at Vermont Law School. She earned her bachelor’s degree through the External Degree Program at Johnson State College in 2015 and now works at Saint Michael’s College as executive assistant in advancement and as secretary to the board of trustees. Jennie continues her life-long volunteer work with the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains, serving on their board’s advancement committee, among many other volunteer roles.
Asa Thomas Metcalfe ’17, Liberal Studies
University of Montana ’22 Journalism
Asa finished his degree in journalism at the University of Montana and is the new interim editor of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder in Seeley Lake, Montana. He writes monthly for DSCVRD magazine out of London, UK and is a copyeditor of the Montana Craft Beer Connect magazine. Asa published two poems in the inaugural edition of Word Dog, a Missoula-based poetry magazine, and is a production assistant for The Cowboy Channel and SWX local sports television.
Debbie Lyons ’15, Liberal Studies
Debbie has held a part-time job for seven years and is also an artist. Her pieces are shown at art shows by the Howard Center.
Grace Hampton ’20, Liberal Studies
Western Governors University B.A. Special and General Education
Grace works in New York as a direct support professional working with children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities while doing classes online to get a dual bachelor’s degree.
Amanda Vumbaco ’22, Health Science
Amanda is currently in the practical nursing program at Vermont Technical College (VTSU). She is looking to get her licensed practical nursing license this year and then bridge into the registered nurse year.
Chelsea Boston ’16, Human Services
Champlain College ’20 Social Work
Chelsea bought a house in 2021 and is currently working as assistant director at the Vermont Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs.
Lejla Pasic ’19, Business
Lejla graduated from the University of Vermont in 2022 with a B.A. in anthropology and a minor in English.
Nika Thornton ’22, Liberal Studies
Nika has taken a job at Ultravation.
Nicholas Vitagliano ’21, Liberal Studies
Nicholas took a year off after graduating from CCV. He knew he wanted to continue his education, but didn’t know what degree to pursue. Nicholas decided to attend Southern New Hampshire University online for a B.A. in graphic design and media arts with a concentration in 3D modeling and animation.
Geneva Horster ’22, Early Childhood Education
Geneva is the lead preschool teacher at Little Feet Children’s Center in East Thetford and is working towards getting her director credentialing.