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Whether you’re looking to open your own small-scale cheesemaking business or would simply like to learn more about how to make cheese, this fall Vermont Tech will be offering an innovative new course on cheesemaking that provides a comprehensive look into technology, chemistry and quality. Taking place on October 21-25 at the Randolph Center campus, the course is titled “Essential Principles and Practices of Cheesemaking” and pairs the technical know-how of renowned cheese experts with applied knowledge to offer an inclusive guide to the fundamentals of cheesemaking.
The admin building at Vermont Tech.

This September, Vermont Tech will offer a new Wetlands Delineation course as part of the Continuing Education & Workforce Development Green Trainings program. Taking place at the Randolph Center Campus, this 40-hour training teaches students how to properly identify the key factors that determine wetlands and is based in part on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wetlands Delineation Manual, the most recent National Wetland Plant List and the NRCS Hydric Soils guidance. The course will begin on September 6, taking place each Friday from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. until the final class on October 4. Lecture topics include science of wetland hydrology, hydric soils, and hydric vegetation, wetland development and current state regulations.

One of Vermont Tech’s resident advisors Matt Aiello comments on surviving freshman year and what tips can help students make the most of their first year.

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“A Practical College Education, Debt Free”- A podcast with Rachel Arsenault, a Vermont Tech graduate talking about her experience and how she decided on Vermont Tech. Arsenault also discusses how she will be implementing her degree from Vermont Tech in the future.

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Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college is offering an Aviation Private Pilot Ground School Course for the fall 2013 semester on the Williston, Vt. campus. This course, commonly referred to as “Ground Training,” allows students to achieve the knowledge, skills and experience needed to meet the requirements of a Private Pilot Certificate with an Airplane Category rating and a Single-Engine Land class rating. With registration available until August 15, this class is open to VTC and VSC students, as well as any professionals and those looking to further develop or shift their career.


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