Chris Ettori has been named regional director of Vermont Adult Learning’s Rutland office. He previously worked as assistant director at CCV for over twelve years as well as a faculty member teaching classes in foundational math, computer applications, customer service, and effective workplace communications. Ettori is very active in the Rutland community, having served on numerous boards and committees. He spent six years as a Rutland City Alderman and was a founding board member of Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum and Rutland’s Promise, the first shelter for homeless families in our community.
“I’m excited to take on this new leadership role with Vermont Adult Learning here in Rutland,” Ettori said. “It’s a perfect opportunity for me to support our region’s workforce and economic development needs by extending educational resources to folks who have faced numerous challenges and barriers over the years. I look forward to continuing my work supporting community members on their journey to pursue their personal and professional goals.”
Vermont Adult Learning’s Mission is to create an innovative, inclusive and equitable learning environment that provides personalized opportunities for education and career development for Vermont residents by building relationships, strengthening communities and fostering life-long learning. Learn more at vtadultlearning.org.