Outreach and Programming

Working with several academic and student service programs at Lyndon, as well as community organizations and our PK-12 partner schools, we are developing the following programs to enhance FFMI students’ postsecondary aspirations and degree attainment:

  • Early Promise Scholarships and Mentoring program (offering partial financial support to qualifying applicants for 4 years; pairing FFMI students at Lyndon with regional high school students)
  • Dual Enrollment program (helping to design a series of courses and curricular experiences so NEK students will receive college credit for courses they take during high school)
  • Experience-based learning (helping to coordinate students’ educational experiences along the PK-16 pipeline so hands-on learning opportunities framed around emerging industry clusters in the NEK are credit-bearing experiences)
  • Parental Involvement/Aspirations (working with area guidance counselors and community organizations to involve parents in our programmatic efforts and research; communicating directly with parents about their goals, plans, and suggestions for reaching NEK youth)


Jenny K. Harris, Executive Director of Development and Alumni Affairs
Office of Institutional Advancement, Vail 332
802 626-6458