Today, the Vermont Community Foundation announced that it has partnered with the Community College of Vermont (CCV) to expand pathways to promising jobs for high school seniors across the state. To help the Vermont high school class of 2022 chart and start their career training, the Community Foundation will offer a total of $1,000 in stipends to each student who enrolls in CCV’s free Early College program to pursue certificates in one of three short-term career training programs: Cybersecurity Fundamentals, Graphic Design, or IT Service Desk Specialist. The funding is provided through the Vermont Community Foundation’s VT COVID-19 Response Fund.Read more about "The Vermont Community Foundation Promotes Early College at CCV with COVID-19 Recovery Funds"
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Virtual "Spring Break"
Black River Innovation Campus has joined forces with The Edgar May Health and Recreation Center to roll out a virtual "Spring Break" resource for kids and families featuring digital, fitness, and off-screen activities for grades K-12, including "Terminal Two", a coding resource guide designed for ages 9+.
Learn more and access the resource here.