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Vermont Tech students use CNC equipment in advanced manufacturing lab

Vermont Technical College Interim President Patricia Moulton, who took the helm at the college this fall, spoke to about 60 guests at the Springfield Regional Development Corp. 2016 annual meeting and dinner, hosted on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the Windsor Mansion Inn. Learn more...
Pat Moulton speaking in front of the crowd at the Woman Can Do conference.

More than 500 young women from Vermont high schools in every county, accompanied by 100 of their guidance counselors and teachers, gathered for the annual Women Can Do! Conference. This event, in its 18th year, is a partnership event between Vermont Works for Women and Vermont Technical College, with generous financial support from The J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation and the Vermont Agency of Education. Learn more...
Interim President Patricia Moulton photo credit Tim Calabro of the Randolph Herald

New students arriving this fall at Vermont Technical College found they weren’t the only new faces on campus. Also arriving the same week was the college’s new interim president, Patricia Moulton. Learn more...
Photo of faculty celebrating Alumni Homecoming Day 2016 with sparklers.

Vermont Technical College announced today the college will kick off its sesquicentennial celebrations this week with anniversary events throughout the state at its various campus locations. Alumni and community members will be welcome to attend receptions and events in Williston, Randolph Center, Bennington and Brattleboro. Learn more...
Photos of Jean-Marie Clark and Maureen Hebert

Vermont Tech has promoted two longtime college employees to leadership roles. Learn more...

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