Vermont Tech in the News

Vermont Technical College today celebrated the groundbreaking for the Central Vermont Recovered Biomass Facility Anaerobic Digester. A facility that will be located on the college’s Randolph Campus, the anaerobic digester will use natural biological processes to produce electricity plus heat from food waste and manure.
An student working on an electrical engineering project.

On Saturday, April 13, Governor Peter Shumlin addressed the 55 graduates of the Vermont Department of Labor’s Electrical and Plumbing Apprenticeship Program. Vermont Technical College manages the apprenticeship classes under a grant provided by the Department of Labor, and the ceremony was held at the college’s main campus in Randolph Center.
Students sitting and chatting outside at Vermont Tech.

Vermont Technical College is pleased to announce that Alex Gay, a sophomore Diesel Power Technology student, was recently selected to participate in the esteemed Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) program.  Alex, the Randolph campus Student Council president at Vermont Tech, is one of only 75 Americans to be awarded the fellowship. Funded by the German Bundestag and the United States Congress, the CBYX is a reciprocal exchange program between the United States and Germany, designed to strengthen ties and understanding between the people of both countries.
Photo of the Admin Building at Vermont Tech.

New England Cable News covers the announcement of a newly constructed incubator space in Randolph for military veterans. Located at the Enterprise Center, the incubator will allow Veterans to develop new or current businesses in Vermont.

Photo of the Vermont Tech campus.

This NECN article highlights Vermont Tech’s Enterprise Center and discusses how it’s helping veterans build or start a business in Vermont.



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