Guidance Department

Welcome to the HCC Guidance Website!

The mission of the Guidance Department at the Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center is to educate students about the programs we have available that will help them get a jump-start on their careers, and to support students during their enrollment in one of our programs, through career exploration, college planning and job readiness training.

One role of the Guidance Department is to help students answer three essential questions:

Who am I?
What do I want to be when I grow up?
What do I have to do to be what I want to be?

The answers to these essential questions are not static. These questions need to be re-evaluated and re-answered throughout our lives. That’s why life-long learning is so important.

There are loads of excellent Internet sites that can help answer these questions. To find links to our favorites, click on the questions above and explore the sites listed.

If you would like to sit down and speak to someone about your next steps, the Hannaford Career Center Guidance Coordinator is always here to help!

Brenda Logee, Career & Technical Education School Counseling Coordinator
(802) 382-1007

You can also contact Denise Senesac, Administrative Assistant to Guidance, at 382-1004.


The Guidance Coordinator also serves as the Title IX* contact for the technical center, advocating for equity and supporting non-traditional students in our programs by ensuring a safe, stereotype-free and harassment-free environment.

In addition to Ms. Logee, parents/students may also contact the following state office with discrimination complaints:

Vermont Human Rights Commission: 1(800) 416-2010