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At a recent press conference, Vermont Tech announced their initiative to tackle workforce development, economic development and gender equity by significantly increasing participation rates among women in several historically male-dominated fields.  The college has set new annual female enrollment growth targets in civil and environmental engineering technology, computer information technology, computer software engineering, construction management, and mechanical engineering technology. Learn more...

Once again demonstrating its competiveness against much larger national and international colleges and universities, Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that three students from the Architectural Engineering Technology program received three of the four scholarships that are awarded annually at the international level by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Read more...
Vermont Tech student who won RC3 competition standing around the concrete mixer used to create their award-winning mixture.

Vermont Tech students took 1st and 2nd place overall in the RC3 Spring 2015 College Scholarship Awards Student Concrete Cylinder Competition. Teams from throughout New England competed for this award, which was sponsored by the RC3 Reninforced Concrete Construction Committee. The competition was held at Benevento Concrete in Wilmington, Massachusetts. Read more...

Vermont Tech is going solar in hopes of creating a great learning opportunity in addition to saving money through renewable energy. The Times Argus recently published an article featuring the college's Certificate of Public Good approval for the 500kW solar farm on the Randolph Center Campus. Learn more...

Every farmer knows that eventually the expensive equipment that once gleamed bright green or orange when it was new will succumb to age, hard use and rust.

Farmers also know that there’s still a lot of life left in old rusted equipment, if they can just get it apart to repair it.

NOFA-VT and Vermont Technical College recently held a workshop on how to do just that. Read more...

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