Vermont Tech in the News

Photo of the Admin Building at Vermont Tech.

New England Cable News covers the announcement of a newly constructed incubator space in Randolph for military veterans. Located at the Enterprise Center, the incubator will allow Veterans to develop new or current businesses in Vermont.

 
Photo of the Vermont Tech campus.

This NECN article highlights Vermont Tech’s Enterprise Center and discusses how it’s helping veterans build or start a business in Vermont.

 
The admin building at Vermont Tech.

WCAX segment features a discussion of Vermont Tech’s Enterprise Center for businesses and entrepreneurs in Vermont. The piece features Steve Paddock, the Director of the Enterprise Center and Dan Levy from Green Mountain ERP, a business that uses the center.

 

Vermont Technical College, the state’s only public institution of higher learning dedicated to applied education, was visited yesterday by the U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis. Vermont Tech is the recent recipient of a $3.4 million grant awarded by the Department of Labor that will be used to expand the education and training programs for Vermont industries including agriculture, food production, waste disposal and energy production. Solis toured the working dairy farm on the college campus to learn more about The Institute for Applied Agriculture and Food Systems, the new program supported by the grant that will further Vermont Tech’s commitment to providing training for high wage, high-skill jobs for Vermonters.

Vermont Tech receives a $3.4 million TAACCCT grant and former U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis visits Vermont Tech and tours the farm facility. Covered by WCAX.

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