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View our press highlights from February.
- How gifted college courses impacted 2020 high school grads (wcax.com) The McClure Foundation gift to 2020 grads of a free CCV class had a positive impact on Randolph High School graduate Natalie Strand.
- Researching history, education and costume magic | Community-news | reformer.com CCV CSA Zach Young visited the Brattleboro Area Middle School Local History class to talk about the secondary education programs available at the College.
- College news | Community-news | reformer.com Brattleboro area students were named to the fall 2021 president’s, dean’s, and student honors lists.
- Community news | Community | rutlandherald.com Rutland area students were named to the fall 2021 president’s, dean’s, and student honors lists.
- CCV announces bookkeeping apprenticeship | Vermont Business Magazine (vermontbiz.com) CCV is offering a certified public bookkeeping apprenticeship program that allows students to earn money through on-the-job training while taking classes.
- Local Students Honored on Dean’s and President’s Lists – The Montpelier Bridge Central Vermont students were named to the fall 2021 president’s and student honors lists.
- Clinton student makes Vermont college honors list – CentralMaine.com CCV student Cheryl Nelson was named to the 2021 fall student honors list.
- Student Chronicles | Features | glendalestar.com Alisa Rikert was named to the 2021 fall student honors list.
- A Beautiful Language: Dual enrollment introduces HS students to deaf culture | Vermont Business Magazine (vermontbiz.com) Through the dual enrollment program, Grace Brown took a free American Sign Language class, which has helped determine her educational path.
- Welcome to THE COMMONS — News and Views for Windham County, Vermont (commonsnews.org) Windham county students were named to the 2021 fall president’s, dean’s, and student honors lists.
- Brandon volunteer honored for her work | News | rutlandherald.com CCV alumna Beth Quenneville was recognized as one of Vermont’s 20 Outstanding Women for 2021 for her volunteer work in the community.
- CCV’s flexible options helped this nursing student stay on track | Local News | benningtonbanner.com CCV-Bennington student Angela Ellison was able to stay on track toward a nursing career through the pandemic due to CCV’s flexible class options.
- Good Nature: How to Be in the Woods | Kids VT | Seven Days | Vermont’s Independent Voice (sevendaysvt.com) CCV instructor Heather Fitzgerald’s article in Seven Days highlights summer camps to get kids out in nature this summer.
- Giles: Workforce education and training | Commentary | timesargus.com VSAC is working with the Vermont legislature to expand funding for the 802 Opportunity Grant, which offers tuition-free college at CCV for eligible Vermonters.
- Despite expanded capacity, Vermont child care centers are short thousands of spots | Vermont Public Radio (vpr.org) An increase in scholarships for early childhood educators has contributed to an increase in ECE students at CCV, a step toward meeting the workforce need.
- Student milestones | Education | vtcng.com (Academic Honors) South Burlington students were named to the fall 2021 president’s and dean’s lists.