Vermont Tech in the News

On Saturday, June 22, Vermont Tech celebrated the graduation of 141 students in the Practical Nursing Program. Taking place in Judd Hall at the Randolph Center campus, the commencement ceremony marked the graduation for the college’s regional campuses and six nursing sites throughout the state.
Nursing students practicing their skills.

The Vermont Tech Nursing Program is proud to announce the graduation of 23 Practical Nursing students from its program, located at 210 South Street in Bennington. Vermont Tech graduates are employed in a variety of settings, including acute and long term care, private practices, clinics, and assisted living facilities. They are valued members of the health care team who excel in providing skilled nursing care to their patients.
The admin building at Vermont Tech.

Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that Linda Rossi has accepted the position of State Director of the Vermont Small Business Development Center (VtSBDC), effective June 1 of this year. Rossi currently serves as the Associate State Director of the VtSBDC and has worked with the organization since 2005. She is succeeding Lenae Quillen-Blume after many years of service to Vermont Tech and the center.

Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that Dr. Chris Dutton has been appointed the Director for the Institute for Applied Agriculture and Food Systems. Dr. Dutton is an agriculture professor at Vermont Tech who has worked at the college since 2005. The Institute for Applied Agriculture and Food Systems serves the applied and technical research and education needs of industries related to agriculture, food production, waste disposal and energy production in Vermont and New England. The Institute is initially funded by a $3.4 million U.S. Department of Labor grant.

On Saturday, May 4, Vermont Technical College celebrated the school’s 147th annual commencement ceremony. Taking place at Norwich University’s Shapiro Fieldhouse in Northfield, Vt., approximately 500 Vermont Tech students graduated with associate and bachelor’s degrees.


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