Colleges partner on renewable energy program

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BENNINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Technical College and the Community College of Vermont have formed a partnership for students who want to further their studies in the field of renewable energy.

The Bennington Banner reports ( students who have earned a community college STEM associate degree will be guaranteed admission into the technical college's Renewable Energy Bachelor of Science degree.

Students in the program will study engineering, technology, science and business to prepare for careers designing and implementing renewable energy systems.

Vermont Tech has about 1,650 students in two residential campuses, two regional campuses, and six nursing campuses. CCV has an estimated 7,000 students per semester located across 12 locations across the state.


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