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Game Art and Animation and Where You Can Take It

Photo by Steve Mease By Sara Martin ‘18 Champlain College News Nick Comeau is a recent 2016 Graduate with a Bachelors in Game Art and Animation. He mainly focused in on Environmental Art in his last year here, which ultimately lead him to his internship as a Junior Environment Artist. What is your internship? I’m […]

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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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Freeman Foundation Grant Opens International Doors for Champlain College Students

By Shannon Turgeon ‘17 / Champlain College News Thanks to a generous grant from the Freeman Foundation, 25 Champlain College students will leave behind their Burlington roots to embark on the experience of a lifetime this summer to intern and live in Shanghai, China. The Shanghai Internship program began in 2013, when 14 Robert P. […]

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Stepping Outside My Comfort Zone: Champlain Offering Two Summer Programs in Montreal

By Shannon Turgeon ‘17/Champlain College News Like most students at Champlain, I know a lot of people who have studied abroad or are currently studying abroad right now. I’ve heard countless amazing stories of fun adventures and unique cultures that my friends have experienced while abroad; opportunities they simply wouldn’t have had in Burlington. However, […]

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COR 330- Your Passport To Success

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News If you’re finding yourself in the mood for a change, look no further. As part of your COR 300 requirement for junior year, or if you have room for an elective, core classes with a travel component will be offered for the upcoming spring semester- but with a […]

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Studying Abroad: The Scary, The Exciting And Everything In Between

By Olivia Werenski ‘17 / Champlain College News Making the decision to study abroad can make a huge impact on your life. Not only are you committing to spend a semester somewhere where you may not be comfortable or know the language, but you are probably adding to the cost of your college experience. Champlain’s […]

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Dublin Blog Round-Up!

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News It’s been a memorable semester for the Champlain students in Dublin! Student bloggers from the group have been posting blog pieces left and right, showcasing their awesome opportunities from a midnight run through the streets of Dublin to meeting the Deputy Prime Minister for a quick chat. Here’s […]

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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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Champlain College Students Explore Cuba During Spring Break

By Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News While you were away at spring break either back at your hometown or at a stereotypical college destination like Cabo or Cancun, Miriam Horne’s CORE-320 Human Rights class took a week-long trip to Havana, Cuba to learn more about the country and its rich culture, as well as […]

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