Here we are at the end of the semester. As we look toward the winter break, I wish you luck with your final exams. I also express my heartfelt thanks for each and every one of you. Together we are “Vermont Tech Stronger.” The gift of our community is one I have much gratitude for this holiday season.
Neche Progress Report – Your Input Needed!
This report is in response to NECHE’s findings from the 2020 NECHE accreditation report, including enhancing our financial stability, developing a comprehensive approach to assessment of student learning, investing in Institutional Research, institutional and system-wide planning, and reviewing policies and procedures. We appreciate your review and input and ask that you share your feedback via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, December 17, 2021.
I thank ALL of you for your continued hard work always and participation in this comprehensive evaluation. We look forward to your input and feedback!
Memorial Scholarships – Matching Your Donations
As you know, the College set up two scholarships in memory of our dear colleagues, Brenda Churchill Flint and Asher Henderson. The Brenda Churchill Flint Memorial Scholarship will benefit students in the Vermont Tech Business programs, and the Asher Henderson Memorial Scholarship will benefit students in the Vermont Tech Software Engineering program.
We welcome donations via payroll deduction, website, or by sending a check to Vermont Tech, Attention: Development Office, PO Box 500, Randolph Center, VT 05061. Please designate it is for the Brenda Churchill Flint or Asher Henderson Memorial Scholarship fund.
All donations made by December 31, 2021 will be matched by the college.
Transformation updates are released every two weeks and are available on the VSCS’s transformation website, along with other resources, at https://www.vsc.edu/transformation/.
NCLEX Pass Rates Surpass National Average!
Congratulations to our PN and ADN nursing students, faculty, and partners. Our 2021 NCLEX pass rates yet again beat the national averages. The 2021 VTC ADN Pass Rate was 86.7% (the national average was 80.45%) and the 2021 VTC PN Pass Rate was 97.9% (national average is 80.01%).
Who’s New at Vermont Tech?
Please join me in welcoming these new employees to the Vermont Tech family.
Welcome to our new staff members!
- Kevin Orth – Lab Technician – Electrical/Computer Engineering
- Dylan Kingsbury – Maintenance Worker II
- John Santamore – Public Safety Officer Part Time (Williston)
- Stephen Bohnyak – Moved up to Assistant Chief Technology Officer Randolph Campus (was Manager of Information Technology Infrastructure)
Wishing all of you a safe, joyous holiday season and a restful break….See you in 2022!