Think Ahead For Summer Internships

By Shannon Turgeon ’17/Champlain College News Believe it or not, it is not too early to start thinking about your summer internship. Kerry Hill, the career advisor for the Communication and Creative Media Division, explained that internships allow students to get their name in the field they hope to work in, prepare them for future […]

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Concerts on Campus?

By Will Lanthier ’18 / Champlain College News As Champlain College’s campus continues to advance through new additions and developments, student life is looking at new ideas and possible expanded programming on campus. As one of the senators on the SGA, Kathryn Young ’18 recently spoke with Matt Rogers, a concert promoter and talent buyer […]

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International Education Week At Champlain!

A Message From The Office of International Education International Education Week (IEW) will take place from November 17-21. During this week, various workshops will be held free of charge for any Champlain student interested in learning more about global studies or the study abroad program. Champlain College Activities:   Monday, Nov. 17 Art of Chinese […]

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Don’t be a turkey and let your studies slide over Thanksgiving break

By Shannon Turgeon ’17/Champlain College News With Thanksgiving break a mere two weeks away, students who are dreaming of a few days off to relax, eat good food, and spend time with friends and family, might also want to schedule some time for homework and working on semester-end projects. Those five days off in late […]

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