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As an ADM student, you will take studio and lecture courses designed to meet industry standards and requirements. Through our fashion-based curricula you will learn apparel design, product development, merchandising and marketing strategies, and the business of fashion. Courses are designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary for applications in the apparel design and merchandising industries. Upon graduation, you will have ample professional experience to be immediately productive in your chosen career.

Total credits required for degree in Apparel Design Merchandising: 120 including a minimum of 50 hours in core courses.

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Fashion goes beyond the runway. Behind the glamour and lights lies the business of fashion. The largest job sector in the United States and worldwide, the clothing and textiles industry accounts for more than $3 trillion annually, and employs more than 58 million people. Explore career, cooperative study, and internship opportunities with the ADM program.

Program Outcomes / Objectives

Upon completion of a degree in Apparel Design and Merchandising graduates will demonstrate critical/creative thinking by: 1) identifying cultural influences on the apparel/textile industry and consumer; 2) applying design principles to visual merchandising and/or apparel design projects; 3) developing apparel and textile products based on target customer need; and 4) communicating ideas and information effectively to the target audience. Graduates are prepared to work in a variety of merchandising and design positions. Recent graduates have been employed in retail management, technical design, visual merchandising, and theatrical costume design. Metropolitan areas provide the most job opportunities. Entry-level positions include management trainee, assistant manager, and design assistant. Two years after graduation students can expect to be employed in positions such as retail manager, district supervisor of stores, technical designer, design journeyman, and visual merchandiser.

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Paul Valente

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Paul Valente

Paul J. Valente is a Trust Officer with Community Financial Services Group and he is based in Middlebury, Vermont with CFSG.

Mr. Valente began his career in financial services with Scottrade Financial in 2006 in Burlington, Vermont before moving to Boston where he worked at Fidelity Investments as a Trading Analyst. Mr. Valente rejoined Scottrade Financial in the greater Boston area as a Broker and Branch Manager in 2008 and worked directly with local clients before joining CFSG in 2014.

Mr. Valente holds multiple securities licenses, and is a University of Vermont graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Finance.

Originally a Connecticut native, Mr. Valente is an avid skier, runner, and former member of the UVM soccer team.

Thomas Bright, CTFA

S.V.P. Trust Officer
Thomas Bright

Thomas W. Bright is a Senior Vice President and Trust Officer with Community Financial Services Group, LLC based in Newport, Vermont.

Mr. Bright worked as a trust officer, department manager and vice president with Chittenden Bank for seven years until joining CFSG in 2008. He also began his banking career in Vermont with the original Banknorth Group’s Franklin Lamoille Bank in 1988.

In addition to his Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation, Mr. Bright holds an M.B.A. with honors in international business from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He also was elected to two national honors societies and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College.

Mr. Bright has also published a range of business articles internationally as well as in the United States and is a columnist and editorial advisor for the ABA Trusts Investments Magazine which is a national publication in the trust and investment field.

He has lived and worked abroad as a management consultant, is near fluent in French and is originally from Canada.

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Community Financial Services Group, LLC (CFSG) is the trust and investment management affiliate of Community National Bank, National Bank of Middlebury and Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. CFSG is also the trust and investment non-affiliate for Peoples Trust Company of St. Albans. CFSG accounts are not obligations of, or guaranteed or insured by any bank or any depository institution, the FDIC, the Federal Reserve Board or any government agency. Investments are subject to risk, including the possible gain or loss of principal.

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