EDUCATION

Community College of Vermont:

CCV is committed to serving and working with people to realize their learning, life, and career goals. They offer convenient access, excellent academic programs, and support at 12 statewide locations and online. Your Life, Your College, Your Way. Learn more at www.ccv.edu.

 

College of Saint Joseph:

College of St. Joseph is an independent Catholic college that educates men and women of varied faiths and backgrounds for lives of continuing personal and professional growth, intellectual development, and service to the community. More information available at www.csj.edu.

 

Castleton University:

Castleton is small enough to be a community where every student matters, yet offers more than 30 academic programs, 27 intercollegiate sports, and over 40 clubs and organizations. The college stresses community service and provides exceptional programs for first year students. For more information visit www.castleton.edu.

 

Castleton Downtown:

Castleton Downtown, located in downtown Rutland, works to further the college’s educational mission and better connect it with schools, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and industries through four distinct, yet complimentary divisions: The Castleton Polling Institute, The Center for Community Engagement, The Center for Entrepreneurial Programs, and The Center for Schools. For more information visit www.castleton.edu.

 

Rutland Free Library:

Rutland Free Library is a full-service public library. RFL loans books, DVDs, music, CD audiobooks, downloadable audiobooks and e-books, museum passes, e-readers and magazines. We also offer public computers, printers, databases and WiFi and present programming for adults and children. 10 Court St.; www.rutlandfree.org; 802-773-1860.

 

Vermont Adult Learning:

Vermont Adult Learning, a member of Learning Works, is a non-profit organization providing individuals 16 years of age and older with a free, education and literacy services. They provide basic instruction in reading, writing, math and Career Readiness. VT residents can access our services and earn a high school diploma or GED. VAL also offers Citizenship classes to individuals wishing to become an American citizen and instruction in ESOL, English for Speakers of Other Languages. For more information visit www.vtadultlearning.org or call 802-775-0617 from 8am to 4 pm, Monday – Friday.