CCV 2018 Graduation Ceremony
Vermont Business Magazine The Community College of Vermont (CCV) will hold its 2022 commencement ceremony at Norwich University’s Shapiro Field House in Northfield, Vermont on Saturday, June 4. The ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. More than 450 students will receive associate degrees.
The College has announced that Dr. Wanda Heading-Grant will be this year’s keynote speaker. Vice provost for diversity, equity, and inclusion and chief diversity officer at Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. Heading-Grant previously served as the University of Vermont’s vice president for diversity, l equity and inclusion, and has made significant contributions to the advancement of DEI in higher education and beyond.
This year’s student speaker is Kirsten Kersey, who attended CCV’s Upper Valley University Center. Kersey has been an active member of the Upper Valley youth services community, having worked for the Junction Youth Center and the Hartford Youth Council. She will earn an associate’s degree in behavioral science and plans to pursue a career in youth services.
Diane Dalmasse, director of HireAbility Vermont (formerly VocRehab), will receive the Community Service Award. For more than 30 years, Dalmasse has worked to help Vermonters with disabilities access career paths and find meaningful employment.
CCV President Joyce Judy will chair the event. Governor Phil Scott will address the Class of 2022 and members of the Vermont State College Board of Trustees will be in attendance.
CCV is the second largest college in Vermont, serving nearly 10,000 students each year. With 12 locations and numerous online learning options, our students don’t have to travel far from their communities to access our degree and certificate programs, our workforce, our secondary and continuing education opportunities and our academic and veteran support services.
24.05.2022. MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Vermont Community College