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Encourage High School Students to Enroll in Precollege at UVM

Do you know a high school student who wants to get a head start on college? Precollege programs at the University of Vermont offer high school students the opportunity to earn transferable college credit and experience the challenge of college-level academics.

High school students are invited to choose from more than 400 courses, ranging from Anthropology to Plant and Soil Science to World Literature. In addition, junior and senior high school students may enroll in a four-week, on-campus Summer Academy program focusing on healthcare and engineering or travel abroad to study in Costa Rica.

Students who participate in a UVM precollege program will also save money on college costs through Dual Enrollment, a statewide program for high school students with Vermont residency to access up to two college courses for free. Please share this exciting opportunity with students you know. UVM is now accepting 2016 precollege applications. For more information, visit www.uvm.edu/precollege.

 

Career Pathway Programs at UVM

UVM alumnus Bill Bright decided to shake up his career and move things in a new direction. Changing jobs was far from easy for the UVM alumnus, and networking was key to finding success. In our Alumni Advice series, we talked to Bright about the challenges he faced and what he learned along the way. Want to make a career change? Learn about UVM’s Career Pathway certificate programs at http://learn.uvm.edu/careers.

Digital Marketing Program at UVM
Expect 2016 to be a big year for mobile. As tech leaders predict that mobile browsing will eclipse desktop entirely by the end of the year, savvy marketers must focus on mobile-focused online marketing more than ever. UVM’s Digital Marketing Fundamentals online professional certificate program can help professionals navigate the evolving and complex digital marketing landscape, including mobile, SEO, analytics, and social media. To learn more, visit our website.

Let UVM Help You Advance Your Healthcare Career

Healthcare is expected to experience the fastest employment growth and to add the most jobs between now and 2024, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Healthcare practitioners as well as technical and support positions are projected to be the fastest-growing occupational groups, which are predicted to contribute the most new jobs. UVM Continuing and Distance Education can prepare you for a career in healthcare—from healthcare administration to public health to clinical care. To learn more, visit learn.uvm.edu.

UVM Launches New Craft Beer Program

Interested in starting your own brewery or working in the craft beer industry? UVM’s new Business of Craft Beer Certificate Program, developed in collaboration with the Vermont Brewers Association, provides professionals with industry-specific knowledge directly from craft beer experts across the country. To learn more, visit our website.

 UVM Farmer Training Program Accepting Applications

Snow is blanketing the fields, but we are busily planning for the 2016 season. It is an exciting time to consider the UVM Farmer Training Program. We’ve added chickens to the farm, a diversified farm rotation to the curriculum, and a mobile farm stand to our marketing outlets. Vermont is an incredible place to immerse yourself in the sustainable food movement and learn from innovative and successful farmers. To learn more, visit our website.