Spend the night with VSAC at CCP ‘19

Workshops and resource fair for adults thinking about going back to school or training and high school students and parents planning for college & careers

College & Career Pathways — VSAC’s landmark events for Vermonters who are curious about pursuing education and training opportunities – is taking on a whole new look (and adding a new location) this year.

A new nighttime program at four Vermont locations will offer help to adults who are thinking about a plan for future education, training, and career goals as well as students and their parents who are navigating the vast choices available after high school. Come get your questions answered, talk to Vermont experts, and learn about planning and paying for college or career training.


Each event runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will be held at:

  • Castleton University on Wednesday, February 27
  • New – Southern Vermont College on Thursday, March 7
  • Saint Michael’s College on Thursday, March 21
  • Northern Vermont University–Johnson on Wednesday, April 10


In addition to workshops on planning and paying for college or career training, each event will host a resource fair with representatives from Vermont colleges, the Department of Labor’s apprentice program, Vermont State Police, Vermont National Guard and more.

Prior to the evening events, nearly 2,000 students from 47 high schools will attend with their schools during the daytime to take part in workshops to help them in the college and career planning process. It’s all there, with workshops on SAT tips and tricks, choosing a college, navigating the admissions process, getting into an apprenticeship or skilled trade, pursuing non-degree credentials and paying for college and career training programs.

For more information and to register, visit Vermont Student Assistance Corp. at vsac.org/ccp.