RUTLAND - Vermont Achievement Center (VAC) officials announced that Mitch Golub has joined the organization as education director.
Golub has a master's degree in education and administration from Keene State College in New Hampshire. He comes to VAC from Four Winds Hospital in Katonah, N.Y., where he served as director of education of the learning program for children with special needs.
"I have a passion for teaching children with special needs," Golub stated. "I want to create a learning environment that will lead to success and happiness in life for each of our students. I believe in the importance of education and know the impact a quality education has on an individual's life as well as for our society as a whole."
He further stated, "I am very excited to join the VAC community and look forward to working with Kiki McShane, the President of the agency, and the excellent staff at the Vermont Achievement Center." He believes he will be successful as he relies on his sense of humor, positive outlook and common sense approach to getting people to work together and create a positive working environment.
Vermont Achievement Center is a non-profit organization that has been serving Vermont's children and families since 1937.