Vermont Tech in the News

“A Practical College Education, Debt Free”- A podcast with Rachel Arsenault, a Vermont Tech graduate talking about her experience and how she decided on Vermont Tech. Arsenault also discusses how she will be implementing her degree from Vermont Tech in the future.

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Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college is offering an Aviation Private Pilot Ground School Course for the fall 2013 semester on the Williston, Vt. campus. This course, commonly referred to as “Ground Training,” allows students to achieve the knowledge, skills and experience needed to meet the requirements of a Private Pilot Certificate with an Airplane Category rating and a Single-Engine Land class rating. With registration available until August 15, this class is open to VTC and VSC students, as well as any professionals and those looking to further develop or shift their career.

Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college has recently become certified as a Cisco Networking Academy for the Computer and Information Systems department. This program teaches thousands of students worldwide the skills necessary to build, design and maintain information and communication technology (ICT) networks. Vermont Tech’s Cisco Academy program combines traditional Software Engineering and Information Technology curricula with the practical, hands-on courses offered through Cisco.

Vermont Tech student Doug Calderwood is featured in a Farming Magazine article focusing on college students. Calderwood discusses the Diversified Agriculture program and his plans for his future once he graduates.

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.


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