CCV recognizes CDC students for completion of college courses

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BENNINGTON — On Wednesday, the Community College of Vermont recognized 14 students at the CDC for their successful completion of three college courses offered through CCV at the Career Development Center. Kate Cooper, coordinator of academic services at CCV, was on hand to present certificates and congratulate the students.

Molly Austin, Carli Kipp, Brooklyn Merriam and Alyssa Strattman completed Medical Terminology. The course was hosted by Kathy Slade.

Hallie Davis, Brooklyn Merriam and Caroline Musinski completed Human Biology. The course was also hosted by Kathy Slade.

Molly Austin, Randall Bates, Madison Breese, Carly Bylina, Grace Gardner, Christopher Mayer, Brooklyn Merriam, Brianna Murray, Kourtney Saunders and Isaac Sibley completed Exploratory Workplace Experience, taught by Wendy Klein.

Students completing college coursework at the CDC typically receive both college and high school credit. Coursework is funded through Fast Forward vouchers, which are available to all interested juniors and seniors at the CDC. CCV offers several college courses every year in collaboration with the CDC.

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