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7th-grade Students Participate in SVC’s Sarnoff Speech Contest

Southern Vermont College (SVC) hosted the Eighth Annual Sarnoff Speech Contest for area seventh-grade students, which took place at the Laumeister Art Center. The contest is in honor of Dorothy Sarnoff, an American operatic soprano, music theatre actress, and an influential image consultant, who specialized in helping others perfect the art of speaking…

CJ Students Learn Alternative Methods in Law Enforcement

Retired Albany Police Chief Brendan Cox, who is now Director of Policing Strategies for the LEAD National Support Bureau, spoke to Southern Vermont College students in the Introduction to Criminal Justice class. Cox shared how his work helps communities across the country to reform how systems look at problematic substance use, mental health,…

SVC Announces Spring Classes

Southern Vermont College (SVC) will be offering a variety of courses during the Spring 2019 semester that would be beneficial for any learner. Led by professors who are masters of engaged learning, classes start Tuesday, January 22, on subjects in arts and music, business, criminal justice, healthcare, history, mathematics, natural sciences, politics, psychology,…

Dean of Students Heather Quire Awarded by NEACUHO

Southern Vermont College is delighted to announce that Dean of Students Heather Quire received the Dr. Chester R. Titus Outstanding Service Award from Northeast Association of College and University Housing Officers (NEACUHO). This prestigious award was presented to Quire at the Annual Conference Awards Banquet in Mystic, Conn. As a member since 2010,…

Students Benefit from SVC Professional Gear Closet

Since 2016, Southern Vermont College’s Office of Career Development and Internships has been hosting the “Professional Gear Closet” for students twice each semester. With donations of clothing, shoes, and accessories from faculty and staff, students are able to find proper attire for interviews, internship sites, and prepare for jobs upon graduation. According to…

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