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Freeman Foundation Grant Program and the Most Rewarding Internship in the World

By Sara Martin ‘18 / Champlain College News Bianca Roa is an upcoming junior at Champlain College. She is studying Marketing with Integrated Advertising. She is on the leadership board and a Charter Member of the Stiller Women in Business. Right now she is interning in China as a part of the Freeman Foundation Grant […]

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Tell Us About Your Self(ie): Julia Leonard

The Class of 2020 Facebook group for incoming students to Champlain has been jam packed with students bubbling with excitement regarding the upcoming school year. It seems the perfect time to re-introduce our “Tell Us About Yourself(ie)” series, which will highlight profiles of incoming first-year students through the summer and leading up to Orientation in […]

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Tell Us About Yourself(ie): Peter Coronato

The Class of 2020 Facebook group for incoming students to Champlain has been jam packed with students bubbling with excitement regarding the upcoming school year. It seems the perfect time to re-introduce our “Tell Us About Yourself(ie)” series, which will highlight profiles of incoming first-year students through the summer and leading up to Orientation in […]

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Why Every Student Should Be Using Merit

By Shannon Turgeon ‘17 / Champlain College News Most students in this generation have heard of social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin. However, there’s one unique online network utilized at Champlain College and other universities across the country that is lesser known, but just as valuable- Merit. Merit is a website that universities and […]

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Top Ten Things To Love About Champlain

By:Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News Valentines Day isn’t just about having a significant other and going out to dinner and getting free chocolate (dibs), but it can be about something much more than that. You can reflect on the other things in your life that aren’t people or material things, but rather opportunities and […]

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Lunch With Don: A Student’s Perspective

Champlain College welcomed new leadership in President Donald J. Laackman this school year, and one thing that humanizes the man in the big office is his commitment to knowing his institution. He is a president who is actively trying to be accessible to his students, from helping first years move into dorms to hosting an […]

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Register for the Elevator Pitch Competition Today

By Shannon Turgeon ‘17/Champlain College News The 2015 Elevator Pitch Competition is quickly approaching, with the deadline for registration occurring on Feb. 9. The contest, which is put on by Champlain College’s BYOBiz Program, Career Services, the Center for Service & Civic Engagement, and the Office of Advancement, requires students to give a 90 second […]

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Champlain College Features Spring Art Exhibitions

Art ranges from Arctic Circle to Barre Quarries, Comics and Capstones By Shannon Turgeon ‘17 / Champlain College News Champlain College will feature a number of exhibitions and art pieces on campus throughout the spring 2015 semester. Artists from all over the world, as well as from Burlington and even some Champlain students, will get […]

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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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Champlain Students Gear Up for Annual Elevator Pitch Competition

By: Olivia Werenski ’17/ Champlain College News It’s almost time for the highly anticipated 7thAnnual Elevator Pitch Competition. The competition will feature a record-number of participants hoping to win the top prize of $500 and bragging rights to having the best “pitch” in Champlain College’s annual spring competition.The contest will be held Feb. 26, in […]

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