Vermont Adult Learning reopening in Middlebury’s Marble Works

MIDDLEBURY — The Addison County branch of Vermont Adult Learning (VAL) is re-opening its center at 99 Maple St. in the Marble Works Historical District in Middlebury. In-person, hybrid and fully online services will be soon available, the latter via VAL’s Online Learning Center.The organization will move into its new offices June 12 and expects to be fully operational by July 12.The new office is the former location of the Marble Works Pharmacy, which closed last September.VAL has served tens of thousands a … (read more)

Reigle named interim director of VAL

MIDDLEBURY — Natalie Reigle was named Interim Regional Director of Vermont Adult Learning’s (VAL) Addison County Learning Center in Middlebury. She joined the educational nonprofit in 2011 following work at Middlebury Union High School and a successful ca … (read more)

Higher education seeing a shifting tide

MIDDLEBURY — Higher education opportunities like apprenticeships and community college are on the rise in Vermont, a state where 92 percent of students graduate from high school but only 37 percent of people aged 25 years or older have a bachelor’s degree … (read more)

Vt. Adult Learning helps many overcome challenges

MIDDLEBURY — In the search for appropriate pathways to higher education, some individuals may have emotional or abuse challenges, including anxiety, substance abuse, PTSD, or learning disabilities, to name only a few. While difficult, there are options. C … (read more)