Vermont State College system
UVM and CCV will be offering two free college courses to all Vermonters in digital economy, healthcare, and leadership and management. Courses offered listed here.
VSAC (Vermont Student Assistance Corporation) scholarships available: Students in select programs can get free tuition next year at Vermont state colleges and degree completion support. Click here. Additional scholarships:
- Credential programs: (degrees, approved certificates): VSAC offers two scholarships, Curtis and Endowment. Both offer up to $3100 for 8 full-time semesters or 96 credits.
- Non-credential scholarship: Curtis Training Scholarship for Vermont residents who seek short-term training programs to build their job skills in a high-demand industry that supports a livable wage. Up to $1500 per program and per year.
- Questions and details, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your job was affected by COVID-19, you may be eligible for no cost trainings at one of the Vermont State Colleges System institutions.
Rising high school seniors: Early College + offers
- $1000 stipend
- Complete a certificate in IT Help Desk, Graphic Design, and Cybersecurity
- Support from VSAC
- Contact: 720-979-4237, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Mountain Grad: Recent Vermont high school graduates can take one class free in the Vermont State College System.
Central Vermont Adult Basic Education
CVABE provides free adult education and literacy services to adults age 16+ to help achieve their employment and education goals. Even those with a high school diploma can help brush up on reading, writing, math and computer skills for career and college/post-secondary readiness. Others seek the skills necessary for a promotion or a new career. CVABE's core services are basic literacy (reading, writing, math, computers), high school credentialing, and English Language Learning, always with a goal of career and college readiness. Call the Morrisville learning center at 1-802-888-5531, or click here.
Useful Public School District Links
- Lamoille North Supervisory Union and School District
- Lamoille South Unified Union
- Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union
Invest EAP is a Vermont-based public and private non-profit collaborative offers comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services, including: short-term counseling and referral, management consultation, wellness workshops, and resource information.
Lamoille Family Center maintains a list of all open childcare slots.
- Call 802-888-5229
- Deb Trombly x142
- Kerri O'Halleran x128