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With small classes, personalized support, and a wide range of student services, CCV is here to help you succeed.

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We’re here to help you take your next step, whether your goal is to earn a job-ready credential or transfer to a four-year degree.

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CCV offers an affordable, flexible path to a high-quality education with numerous scholarship opportunities, and 6 flexible course formats.

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– Meet Our Students –

Kirsten Kersey

The Joy of Learning

Kirsten Kersey is the kind of person you feel like you’ve known for a long time. She’s friendly, with an endearing smile. Her honesty, insightfulness, and curiosity are striking. It’s easy to see that she is well-suited for her chosen career path—working in youth services, where relationship-building is key—and also why she was a clear pick for student speaker at CCV’s 2022 commencement.

802 Opportunity Grant Launches Early Childhood Educator

“I don’t like wasting time,” says 18-year-old Geneva Horster. “I like being efficient. Yeah I’m young and I have a bunch of years ahead of me, but why would I waste them?” The 2021 Thetford Academy graduate has been on an accelerated track to a CCV degree in early childhood education, taking more than a full-time course load since last fall.

802 Opportunity Grant recipient Geneva Horster
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Quinn O'Reilly spent a year at CCV before transferring to the nursing program at UVM.

On the Front Lines: One Veteran’s Journey from Marine Corps to Nursing School

Growing up, Quinn O’Reilly and his older brother didn’t get along. But in the months before his brother left home for Marine Corps boot camp, they grew closer. When Quinn flew to Parris Island, South Carolina to watch boot camp graduation, he was inspired to follow in his brother’s footsteps.

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