VERMONT DEPARTMENT OF LABOR LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

Jul
16

VERMONT DEPARTMENT OF LABOR LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

The Vermont Department of Labor formally announced today the launch of its newly designed website. The revamped site, which went live on Monday, July 8, 2019, offers users an uncluttered design and streamlined layout that is easier to navigate, and provides an overall more customer-focused experience. “The primary goal of building this new website was […]

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Jul
15

Building Bright Spaces for Bright Futures Fund Grants Now Accepting Applications through Vermont Community Loan Fund

The Vermont Community Loan Fund is now accepting applications for Building Bright Spaces for Bright Futures (BBSBF) 2019 grants. The fund was created in 2002 by the Vermont legislature to increase the quantity and quality of child care and early education programs in Vermont. Since 2006, the fund has awarded over $1,388,987 in grants to […]

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Jun
28

Opening Doors for Vermont’s Kids: Georgia’s Next Generation – Vermont Community Loan Fund Lends $522K in Q1 2019

Sarah Leblanc seems never to have encountered a closed door she couldn’t open. Take, for example, the challenges she encountered when starting up Georgia’s Next Generation, her new early care & learning center. Located in Georgia, Franklin County, where need for quality early care & learning programs is among the highest in the state, Sarah’s […]

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Jun
26

Members Championing Change: Jasper Hill Farm

Jasper Hill Farm whom now employees over 80 employees is working dairy farm whose commitment to ‘taste of place’ makes them a bearer of quality in the cheese industry. In addition, the farm is deeply committed to environmental stewardship, supporting Vermont’s dairy farmers & closing the loop on a regenerative agricultural model. The farm offsets […]

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Jun
21

Advance Vermont applauds bill establishing state goal for postsecondary credential completion to boost workforce

Governor Phil Scott today signed H. 533, a workforce development bill that formally establishes the goal that 70 percent of working age Vermonters will hold a “credential of value” such as an apprenticeship, certificate, or degree, by 2025. Today less than 50 percent of Vermont workers have completed a credential beyond a high school diploma. […]

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Jun
20

Bethany J. Dubuque joins CCS Board

Champlain Community Services (CCS) announces Bethany J. Dubuque of South Burlington has been elected to its Board of Directors. Dubuque brings over 30 years of banking experience, currently working as a Private Banker in the Wealth Management Department of People’s United Bank, N.A. She has also served on the Board of Directors of Special Olympics Vermont for […]

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Members Championing Change: HELM Construction Solutions

In addition to providing estimating, project management and owner’s representative services, HELM Construction Solutions works with builders and architects across the country to support their development as triple-bottom-line businesses. HELM’s vision for the construction industry includes paying a livable wage with benefits, encouraging work life balance, sequestering carbon with plant based building materials and overall […]

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Jun
05

City Market Partners to Launch Monthly Dinners at Food Shelf

Co-op works with Food Shelf and Sysco Albany to initiate weeknight meals City Market has partnered with the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf for decades, and the Co-op enhanced that partnership in 2002 when it moved to the Downtown location. For example, City Market Members can volunteer at the Food Shelf and earn discounts on their groceries. […]

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A CALL FOR PUBLIC INPUT: STATE OF VERMONT SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION PREVENTION PROJECT

(Montpelier)  – Are you a trainer or advisor on workplace equity and inclusivity issues in our state, or have you worked with one?  What trainings would be most helpful in your workplace? The Vermont Commission on Women is currently compiling online educational resources and a directory about work-related discrimination and sexual harassment prevention. The Commission is […]

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May
30

Professional Development courses at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum.

Credits are available through Castleton University: Learning from the Lake: Using Primary Sources to Teach Key Proficiencies, Instructor Harry Chaucer, June 24-27, 2019, Presentations on August 19, 2019 Presenting Abenaki Culture in the Classroom, Instructors Vera Longtoe Sheehan, Melody Walker Brook and additional Abenaki culture-bearers, August 8-10, 2019 Phoenix Burning, Instructor Chris Sabick, July 1-3, 2019. Offered in […]

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