Abdimajiid Mohamed is in search of total bliss when it comes to career planning … among other things.
Blog Archive: Exploring Career Options
K-6 students in VT: Draw us a picture of a job you’d like to explore for a chance at free takeout & $200 (or more!) in VT’s 529 savings plan
September is National College Savings Month, and for each of the next 5 weeks, 2 students and their families will win $50 in takeout from thei
At Proctor Jr./Sr.
Planning for the future can be difficult these days, with so much in question.
Megan Rippie, who graduated from Milton High School this spring, has always been a mentor and support for her brother, who is two years younger and on the autism spectrum.
Eighteen-year-old Carolynn Lafountaine has survived a lot of medical complications in her young life. When she was three, she had open-heart surgery to repair a congenital defect – an event from which she has no lingering effects today.
For many students (and their parents), attending college this fall — whether that means online or on campus — likely involves taking out an education loan to help cover the tuition bill and other expenses. Nearly 7 out of 10 Vermont families need to borrow to help pay education costs.
Dr. Cody Paiva, a 2009 graduate of Blue Mountain Union High School in Wells River and a 2020 medical degree recipient from Pacific Northwest University in Yakima, Washington, was once his mother’s boss at McDonald’s.
Visit the website for Northern Vermont University-Johnson, and near the top of the announcements list you’ll find a link to a special “virtual celebration” of the graduating Class of 2020 — a group of accomplished young Americans who will always be remembered as the “COVID
Courtney Carr, who graduated from UVM last month with a bachelor’s in psychology and minors in law & society and sociology, is intently focused on starting her career with a criminal justice nonprofit.