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Mt Abe's Classroom Pets [SIV477]
Mt. Abe's Classroom Pets [SIV477]

2/3/17: Mount Abraham Union High School in Bristol has some unusual classroom pets. Ruby the snake is the oldest resident and has been teaching students about biology in the science room for 7-8 years. Elva the bunny, Dr. Sweets the bearded dragon lizard, and Butterball the hamster also help to educate students about responsibility, empathy, and provide calming moments during the busy school day. 

Eva spent the afternoon meeting the animals, teachers and students to discuss their unique relationships.

Music: The Smittens, Love Record Breaker, "Almost" and Tullycraft cover "Sweet"
Kevin MacLeod, "The Show Must Be Go"

This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by Hotel Vermont and New England Federal Credit Union.

Stuck in Vermont Monday, February 13, 2017
Chinese New Year [SIV476]
Chinese New Year [SIV476]

1/28/17: Dozens gathered at Tuttle Middle School in South Burlington Saturday to celebrate the Chinese New Year, organized by the Vermont Chinese School. After sharing a feast, family and friends gathered for a performance which included dancing, song and dragons. This is the year of the rooster and it is a time for the Chinese American community to honor their traditions and ancestors.

This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by Hotel Vermont and New England Federal Credit Union.

Stuck in Vermont Monday, February 6, 2017
Jack Neuhauser—Saint Michael's College President: Conversations with Kay #300
Jack Neuhauser—Saint Michael's College President

Kay and Jack Neuhauser, President of St Michael's College, talk about student life at the college and the many ways that small liberal arts colleges can prepare students for academic and personal success. They discuss the college's very successful volunteer program, which was founded by the late Edmundite Brother Rev. Michael Cronogue. Jack talks about his special role on campus and his personal interest in how St. Michael's College gives its students ways to cope with our changing world.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

Conversations with Kay Monday, January 30, 2017
National Mentoring Month [SIV474]
National Mentoring Month [SIV474]

1/5/17: January is National Mentoring Month and Mobius is raising awareness about the statewide need for mentors. Mobius estimates that about 15,000 Vermont youth are in strong need of a mentor. Studies show that youths with mentors are more likely to pursue higher education, volunteer in their communities and hold leadership positions. 

King Street Center has one of the largest mentoring programs in Vermont, matching elementary and middle school students with community members. Tony Blake and Caiden are part of this Junior-Senior Mentoring Program and have spent the last year enjoying weekly excursions. Last Thursday evening, they gave Eva a tour of the newly renovated King Street Center and spoke about the importance of mentoring. 

To find a mentoring program in your area, visit Mobius' website.

Music: Rajnii Eddins & SkysplitterInk, "Love Yourself"
The Lynguistic Civilians, Gratified Existence, "Beautiful"

This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by Hotel Vermont and New England Federal Credit Union.

Stuck in Vermont Monday, January 16, 2017
Basic Camera Workshop at VCAM
Basic Camera Workshop

Learn all about one of our most popular video cameras, the Panasonic AC90 with Nate! Come to our next Basic Camera Workshop to get the full lesson!

Want to learn more about what workshops VCAM offers its members? Visit

Not a member? Come to our Orientation held on the first and third Saturday of every month at 11 a.m.

Produced by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

Learning at VCAM Monday, December 19, 2016
A Real Good Deal

A short documentary film about a Vermont apple farmer and his donkey named Willy. Created in Bill Simmon's Intro to Digital Filmmaking course at CCV.

CCV Student Films Monday, December 12, 2016
King Street Center

A discussion about the King Street Center in Burlington with Susannah Kerest, Development Director; Gabriella Tufo-Strouse, Director of Community Outreach; and Deena Murphy, Education Director.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

Street Signs Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Vertigoing To Camp / Psycamp / The Camper Who Knew Too Much
Vertigoing to Camp / Psycamp / The Camper Who Knew Too Much

Classic Hitchcock scenes recreated by campers at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts "Through The Lens: Filmmaking" Camp Fall 2016

Campers: Ryan Anderson, Adam Franz, Madeleine Gates, Wren Harper, Lea Mihok, River Mitchell, Dashiell Neroni, Olive Oski, Eva Tobias

Original scenes:
The Man Who Knew Too Much:

Instructor: Michael Fisher
TA: Caroline Pastore

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

BCA and Flynn Camp Films Monday, November 28, 2016
CVU Chronicle—Football News

George Lomas and David Huber set out to learn about where the CVU varsity football team stands, and what their plan is to bring home the state championship.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

George Lomas Productions Monday, October 24, 2016
Gubernatorial Panel on Early Childhood
Gubernatorial Panel on Early Childhood

The Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children (VAEYC), Let’s Grow Kids, The Media Factory, and statewide and regional partners hosted an early childhood panel for gubernatorial candidates Sue Minter and Phil Scott on Friday, October 14. The panel was moderated by WCAX News Anchor Darren Perron.

Vermont's shortage of high-quality, affordable child care is an economic development issue which impacts Vermont’s economy now and in the future, as well as our families, communities and businesses. The shortage of high-quality, affordable child care means that too many of our children don't have access to the early care and learning opportunities they need for success in relationships, school and life. And children aren't the only ones who lose: a lack of child care also negatively impacts Vermont's families, employers and our economy. This panel will allow the candidates for governor to highlight their positions on these challenges, to offer solutions and to answer questions about their plans.

—adapted from

Produced by Media Factory partners RETN and VCAM.

Monday, October 17, 2016
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