Technology Essentials Design Labels for Library
The Information Technology students of the River Valley Technical Center have designed spine labels for the collection of Steampunk books at Springfield Town Library. Harley Bynorth, a junior from Bellows Falls Union High School was the winner of the contest. The library reached out to the River Valley Tech Center Information Technology teacher, Kristen Wilson, who thought this would be a super design project for her students. "This has been a wonderful collaboration and a great experience for everyone involved", commented Springfield Town Librarian, Jo Coleman. See the video of all student entries here: http://184.108.40.206/Cablecast/public-site/index.html…
Culinary Alumni Visit RVTC
Patience Bearse, class of 2014, demonstrated her skills and talked to Culinary Arts students about her work and the start of her own business, The Bearse Bakery, specializing in custom cakes made from scratch.
Pre-Tech and AVP Discover WOOL FM
Pre-Tech Students working on their career exploration unit with Audio Video Production visited local Black Sheep Radio station WOOL.FM in Bellows Falls in November. Students spoke with current WOOL volunteers, disc jockeys and staff about hosting shows and submitting content to the public, non-profit radio station.
RVTC Ambassadors Greet Middle School Students
Student ambassadors from the River Valley Technical Center have been busy meeting and touring middle school students from Springfield, Bellows Falls, Green Mountain, Fall Mountain and Floodbrook. After receiving training and leadership skills, ambassadors met with the middle school groups as the visited the center in November. Middle school outreach coordinator Kelly Broker-Campbell arranged for 7th grade students to have a tour of all programs in the center as part of their personal learning plans and career exploration.