Vermont Tech Appoints Jean-Marie Clark and Maureen Hebert to Leadership Roles

19 Sep 2016

Vermont Tech has promoted two longtime college employees to leadership roles.Maureen Hebert, Associae Dean of Continuing Education and Workforce DevelopmentJean-Marie Clark, Dean of the Williston Campus

Jean-Marie Clark has been appointed dean of the Vermont Tech Williston campus, and Maureen Hebert is the new associate dean of Continuing Education and Workforce Development.

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Clark, of Bakersfield, has worked at Vermont Tech since 2004. She first joined the school as coordinator of student activities and later served as the associate dean of the Williston campus.

Hebert, of Waterbury, joined Vermont Tech 15 years ago. She was previously the director of the Continuing Education and Workforce Development for five years before being promoted.

“Jean-Marie and Maureen bring an extraordinary amount of experience to their new roles,” says interim Vermont Tech President Patricia Moulton. “Their commitment to our students and their dedication to higher education will help us continue to serve Vermonters with affordable, accessible education opportunities.”

Vermont Tech’s Williston campus has 500 full-time and part-time students. Continuing Education and Workforce Development offers 700 classes that serve over 3,000 students each year.

About Vermont Tech – Vermont Tech is a leading public college with a mission of applied education and student-centeredness. One of the five Vermont State Colleges, Vermont Tech serves students from throughout Vermont, New England, and beyond at its residential campuses in Williston, Norwich and Randolph Center, regional campuses in Brattleboro and Bennington, and at six nursing sites located throughout the state. Vermont Tech features state-of-the-art laboratory experience and a highly personalized classroom and student-life experience. All of our programs utilize a technological educational component, from the simulators used by our nursing program around the state, to manufacturing laboratories in Randolph Center and Williston. Our academic programs encompass a wide range of engineering technology, agricultural, health, and business fields that are vital to producing the knowledgeable workers needed most by employers in the state and in the region.