View the College’s recent press highlights.Read More
View the College’s recent press highlights.
- Events – The White River Valley Herald (ourherald.com) “Between House and Barn, A Poetry Reading by Carol Potter,” will be held at the Tunbridge Public Library on Sunday, February 4th. This is a free event showcasing CCV faculty member Carol Potter.
- Gov. Phil Scott reverts to pre-pandemic spending norms in proposed fiscal year 2025 budget | Vermont Public Proposed new expenditures for the fiscal year 2025 budget include $1 million to CCV for tuition subsidies for certain degree programs.
- Scholarships available for Vermont women | Education | reformer.com The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Vermont (GFWC-VT) scholarships are available at CCV for Vermont women who are looking to further their education or upgrade their skills for the workforce.
- PR Newswire – Latin Business Today CCV received a $10,000 PATH scholarship from the Ellucian Foundation, which supports students facing economic challenges. Funds will go toward the Life Gap Plus program at CCV, which includes the addition of Student Resource Centers to multiple academic centers.
- Central Vermont Medical Center Board of Trustees welcomes Mike Dellipriscoli | Vermont Business Magazine (vermontbiz.com) CCV President Joyce Judy has been elected board chair of the Central Vermont Medical Center Board of Trustees.
- CCV offers Google’s project management certificate | Vermont Business Magazine (vermontbiz.com) CCV is offering a Google project management certificate, an industry-recognized credential that prepares students for project coordination at a variety of companies.
- In her own words: VTSU Johnson student discovers her career with VSAC’s help – VTDigger CCV alumna Jess Kimball used the 802 Opportunity Grant to fund her associate degree and take the next step in her career.
- Vermont’s Prison Education Programs Give Incarcerated People a Second Chance to Learn | Education | Seven Days | Vermont’s Independent Voice (sevendaysvt.com) CCV and the DOC are offering incarcerated Vermonters and Corrections staff free courses at the College in an effort to reduce recidivism rates and support workforce development.
- Duhamel & Harrington: Early childhood education is now a viable career choice | Vermont Business Magazine (vermontbiz.com) CCV offers pathways to a career in early childhood education, resources to overcome cost barriers, and easily transferable credits.
- CCV-St. Johnsbury is moving to a new location! The academic center will be at the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium as part of their expansion.
- Carolyn Weir: Let’s make college the easy choice – VTDigger Commentary by Carolyn Weir, executive director of the McClure Foundation, highlights the opportunities for high school students to attend CCV for free through the Early College Free Degree Promise programs.
- The Bigger Picture: Center for Technology Essex programs inspire students to learn new skills from animation to engineering | Local News | colchestersun.com Center for Technology Essex (CTE) programs are recognized by CCV as a dual enrollment program, where students can earn up to six college credits.
- The 802 Opportunity grant is available to Vermonters whose family income is under $75,000, offering free tuition to earn an associate degree or certificate.