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Vermont Tech Nursing Students Sponsor Food Drive for Drop-In Center

Thursday, March 21, 2013
Vermont Tech Nursing Students Sponsor Food Drive for Drop-In Center

March 21, 2013 The Chi Chapter of Alpha Delta Nu at Vermont Technical College, an honor society for second-year nursing students, is hosting a Food Drive to Benefit the Drop-In Center in Brattleboro from April 1-15. The Drop-In Center is a day center, community food shelf and provider of support services for those in need in the Brattleboro area. The center is in critical need of the following items:
Canned vegetables
Canned fruits
Feminine hygiene products

No donation is too small and monetary donations are always welcome. Checks can be made payable to the Drop-In Center. Donations may be dropped off at the Vermont Technical College Brattleboro/Thompson Campus, 11 University Way, Brattleboro, VT (the main barn building on the VABEC campus).

Alpha Delta Nu is a nursing academic honor society established in 1984 by the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN), in order to promote scholarship and academic excellence in the profession of nursing.

The Thompson School for Practical Nurses is the oldest continuously operating school for practical nurse education in the United States, which opened in 1907. It became part of the Vermont Technical College system in 1994 and continues to provide state of the art education in the field of nursing.

For more information please contact Christina Favero at or call 802-254-5516.

About Vermont Technical College Vermont Technical College is the only public institution of higher learning in Vermont whose mission is applied education. One of the five Vermont State Colleges, Vermont Tech serves students from throughout Vermont, New England, and beyond at its two residential campuses in Williston and Randolph Center, regional campuses in Brattleboro and Bennington and at six other nursing campuses located throughout the state. Our academic programs encompass a wide range of engineering technology, agricultural, health, and business fields that are vital to producing the knowledge workers need most by employers in the state and in the region.