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Supporting the Next Generation of Women Engineers

Meet Elissa Lee, the AmeriCorps VISTA serving at Vermont Tech. Elissa is a 2016 graduate of Vermont Tech, where she received her bachelor's in Business Technology and Management. VHEC’s AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) program, which falls under Vermont Campus Compact, focuses on improving college access and success for first generation, low-income, and underrepresented students in Vermont. VHEC currently has 8 VISTA members serving in a variety of offices at 6 different campuses around Vermont. Learn more...


Vermont Tech Issues RFP for Creative Design Services

Vremont Tech is accepting proposals by firms or individuals for a graphic design and print media expert to develop audience-specific material for the College’s Admissions recruitment program. Read more...

Vermont Tech's Norwich Farm facility located in Norwich, Vermont

Down on the College Farm

Coming from a long line of dairy farmers, Quinn Nelson has been around cows all his life. But this fall, the Vermont Technical College student picked up some new knowledge. Read more...

Vermont Tech's Landscape Design and Sustainable Horticulture students carry the new footbridge into Hubbard Park for installation on a cold, rainy day.

Student Project Series: Hubbard Park Trail Bridge

Slogging through the mud, hauling two freshly constructed 500-pound wooden foot bridges up a forest trail is not the usual activity you find listed in a Vermont Tech course syllabus.  But that was exactly the task facing this year’s Landscape Construction and Management class as they built and installed a trail bridge to provide hikers with safe access to Montpelier’s Hubbard Park. Learn more...

Dental hygiene student performs clinical exercises on a patient at Vermont Tech.

NECN asks Vermont Tech to demonstrate proper sterilization steps

After a clinic admits that dirty dental tools were used on patients, Vermont Tech faculty, Heather Blair, shows NECN's Jack Thurston proper sterilization steps. Learn more...



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