RANDOLPH CENTER, Vt. — Nearly 500 students received degrees from Vermont Tech in three ceremonies over two days, May 18 and 19. The following local students earned degrees:

Ashley Blake of Windsor, graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Remington Bogar of Walpole graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Kyle Cardillo of Windsor graduated with a Bachelor of Science in construction management; Ashley Coccomo of North Walpole graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Jaime Florence of Newport graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Troy Girard of Hillsboro graduated with an Bachelor of Science in architectural engineering technology; Natasha Jones of Newport graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Heidi Judd of Windsor graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Eric Kimball of Bellows Falls graduated with an Bachelor of Science in electromechanical engineering technology; Kaitlyn Madden of Walpole graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Erin Morse of Enfield graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Jonathan O’Connor of Bellows Falls graduated with an Associate of Engineering in mechanical engineering technology; Kelsey Pollard of Grantham graduated with an Associate of Applied Science in agribusiness management technology; Emma Saucier of Windsor graduated with an Bachelor of Science in manufacturing engineering technology; Amy Swarr of Windsor graduated with an Bachelor of Science in nursing; Daniel Tyrrell of Cavendish graduated with a Bachelor of Science in manufacturing engineering technology; Erin Waterman of Windsor graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; Laura Waters of Windsor graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing; and April Wheeler of North Walpole graduated with an Associate of Science in nursing.

Vermont Technical College is a leading public college with a mission of applied education and student-centeredness. One of the four institutions of the Vermont State Colleges System, Vermont Tech serves students from throughout Vermont, New England, and beyond at its residential campuses in Williston and Randolph Center, regional campuses in Brattleboro and Bennington, and at six nursing sites located throughout the state. Vermont Tech features state-of-the-art laboratory experience and a highly personalized classroom and student-life experience. All of our programs utilize a technological educational component, from the simulators used by our nursing program around the state, to manufacturing laboratories in Randolph Center and Williston. Our academic programs encompass a wide range of engineering technology, agricultural, health, and business fields that are vital to producing the knowledgeable workers needed most by employers in the state and in the region. www.vtc.edu.

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