Bertolino joins eight other members on the Vermont Delegation.

President Bertolino Appointed to NEBHE Board

Lyndon State President Bertolino Appointed by Governor to New England Board of Higher Education Board of Delegates

August 20, 2015

Lyndon State President Joe Bertolino was appointed to the Vermont Delegation of the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE). Governor Peter Shumlin appointed Bertolino in June 2015.

NEBHE promotes greater educational opportunities and services for New England residents. Their core programs and services focus on cost savings and affordability and college access and success. They also provide policy leadership on key issues related to education and the economy.

“I am honored to have been appointed by Governor Shumlin to serve as a Vermont delegate to the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE),” said President Bertolino. “Lyndon students, especially those in our specialized niche programs, continue to benefit from our partnership with NEBHE. I am delighted that LSC will play a leadership role in supporting our peer institutions in New England.”

Bertolino joins eight other members on the Vermont Delegation including NEBHE Chair Michael Wool and Chancellor of Vermont State Colleges, Jeb Spaulding.

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