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Blog Archive: January 2019
The degree Diane Willson is now pursuing wasn’t available when she first looked at colleges as a senior in high school. She counts the options she had back then on one hand. “The choices in my generation were: to be a nurse, a teacher, a secretary, or go to college to find your guy, who will thenRead More >
Ghana Rimal’s story is one of patience, perseverance and preparation. After a decade of living in a refugee camp in Nepal, Ghana Rimal was studying for the interviews required to immigrate to the United States or six other countries. When he was asked where he wanted to go, he said Vermont, USA. HeRead More >
During her 20-year career as a secondary school secretary in South Royalton, Amy Lewis pursued many professional training opportunities. But she never thought of herself as a potential college student, despite encouragement from her boss and mentor. Severe dyslexia made high school a struggle, AmyRead More >