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MARLBORO — Marlboro College recently announced the launch of its popular Beautiful Minds Challenge for the 2017-2018 academic year, with significantly expanded opportunities for scholarships and prizes. Inspired high school students from … more
Owen M. Diamondstone-Kohout, of Dummerston, graduated from Green Mountain College, summa cum laude. He earned a BA, majoring in an interdisciplinary program combining anthropology, sociology and sustainable agriculture.Brittany Shea Bills, of … more
WINOOSKI — September is National College Savings Month, an ideal time to open or add to a Vermont Higher Education Investment Plan account to get the maximum in savings and tax benefits. Plus, this September Vermont families get a chance at … more
BRATTLEBORO — SIT Graduate Institute is now accepting applications for a new M.Ed. in Global Youth Development and Leadership, starting in spring 2018. This one-year degree is designed for youth program staff, teachers, coaches, camp and … more
WINHALL — The members of the Board of Trustees at the Mountain School at Winhall recently announced that Peter Ahlfeld has taken over as new Head of School, effective of July 1. Ahlfeld has been Assistant Head of the Mountain School since … more
BRATTLEBORO — Strolling of the Heifers will celebrate the first group to successfully complete its Windham Grows business hatchery program with a graduation ceremony on Monday. Seven local entrepreneurs have spent the past nine months in the … more
TOWNSHEND — The Trustees of the Thomas Thompson Trust and High 5 Adventure Learning Center, a non-profit organization headquartered in Brattleboro, have partnered to bring an innovative, leadership program to 7th graders at Leland and Gray … more
Somewhere in the crazy ideas that pop through my head, I thought it would be great fun to take on a new work responsibility ... during the spring that my oldest graduated from high school, and my youngest graduated from elementary school. It was … more
WESTMINSTER — Children from Kurn Hattin Homes recently spent four full days in Washington, D.C. to participate in the National Fellowship of Child Care Executives Youth Leadership Summit. This conference for the students included empowering … more
I feel like I've been put into some sort of a time machine.It's Thursday morning. In the past 10 days, we've celebrated the end normal season lacrosse for all three of our kids. Hosted and played tourist with five out-of-town relatives. Said … more
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