Vermont Tech in the News


Over 500 high school girls had traveled from across the state for the 17th annual “Women Can Do!” conference, organized to expose high school girls to science, math, technology, and trade careers. The all-day event, organized by Vermont Works for Women (VWW) and hosted by Vermont Tech, featured workshops and presenters from nearly four dozen businesses and organizations. Learn more.

Vermont Tech trains dental hygiene students in clinical setting

Professor Sheila Bannister is the legislative chairperson for the Vermont Dental Hygienists' Association and faculty in the Vermont Tech dental hygiene program. NPR's Marketplace reporter, Dan Gorenstein, reached out to the Professor Bannister with his interest in covering the proposed legislation to create a new dental workforce provide (dental therapist) in Vermont. This is the first of a three-part series about the initiative here and across the country. Learn more.
Vermont Tech student operating 3D scanner in manufacturing production lab

Bonnie Mullaney looks comfortable using a 3-D scanner.

"It makes it much easier to manufacture more instead of trying to create it by yourself on the computer," Mullaney said. Read more...

 Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college has been ranked 24th among the Best North Regional Colleges for 2016 in the annual best college rankings published by U.S. News & World Report. Read more...

In response to the state’s growing tech sector, Vermont Technical College is looking to offer a master’s degree in software engineering. Read more...

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