CCV encourages you to take advantage of all that the College has to offer both within and beyond the classroom. Student governance opportunities allow you to make new friends, cultivate leadership skills, and build new networks. CCV is most vibrant when students are getting engaged and making connections with one another.
Why should I get involved in CCV organizations and activities?
- Develop leadership skills
- Build a competitive résumé and transfer application
- Gain confidence and develop an image as a successful leader
- Meet other students, as well as faculty and staff, from across the College
- Foster creative problem-solving, effective communication, and project management skills
Academic Council Student Representative
Each academic year, one student representative is selected to serve on the Academic Council (AC). The Academic Council proposes, reviews, and recommends academic policies, courses, and programs to the president. This representative brings the students’ perspective and voice in academic affairs. You could be that voice.
The academic council student representative is selected in the late spring prior to the start of the academic year. Preference is given to applicants who also serve on the Student Advisory and Leadership Council. Interested students are encouraged to send an inquiry to email@example.com.
Vermont State Colleges System Student Trustee
Each year the Vermont State Colleges Student Association elects a student to serve on the Vermont State Colleges System Board of Trustees for a one-year term. The student Trustee is a full voting member. The selection process begins in the spring. Interested students are encouraged to send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.