CATMA Telework Tools to Assists Now & In the Future

CATMA Telework Tools to Assists Now & In the Future

At this time, employers are faced with redefining, adapting and rebuilding their work places and work force. Many employees, including essential workers, have continued to commute to work. There is also a large employee population who have been working from home for months and will likely continue to do so indefinitely. As employers move forward with an increase in employees working remotely, CATMA has been evaluating how we can best support businesses […]

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Sep
01

UP for Learning’s Getting to Y (GTY) Program Awarded National Best Practice Designation

UP for Learning is proud to announce that Getting to ‘Y’ (GTY) has received national designation as a Best Practice by the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP). The Vermont Department of Health (VDH) has also recognized GTY as an Evidence-based Practice. The AMCHP Review Panel, comprised of experts in public health and […]

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Aug
31

Sugarsnap’s Emergency Feeding Operation

An update from Sugarsnap, by Abbey Duke: We recently received a voicemail that has given me perhaps more satisfaction than any other feedback I’ve gotten in my 16 years of running Sugarsnap. The anonymous caller, who is currently living in one of the hotels where we are delivering meals, phoned to thank us for providing “quality […]

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STERLING COLLEGE ANNOUNCES THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS

STERLING COLLEGE ANNOUNCES THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS Craftsbury Common, Vt. –– Aug. 14, 2020 –– Six members of the Sterling College Board of Trustees have been elected to serve as officers. Peter Chehayl, MBA, CPA; Chair. An alumni parent, Chehayl was first elected to the board in 2005, and served four terms as treasurer before […]

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Aug
25

CVOEO ANNOUNCES HIRE OF RACIAL EQUITY DIRECTOR

CVOEO ANNOUNCES HIRE OF RACIAL EQUITY DIRECTOR Burlington, VT: The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (CVOEO) is proud to announce that the organization has hired, Virginie Diambou, formerly of the Republic of Congo as their Racial Equity Director. Diambou will lead and facilitate the work of CVOEO’s Racial Equity Committee made up of board […]

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Aug
18

Lake Champlain Chocolates Launches New Chocolate Bar Collection inspired by Nature

Chocolate Preserves & Protects Life’s Restorative Moments BURLINGTON, VT: Indulge. Restore. Repeat.  This is the mantra of Lake Champlain Chocolates’ (LCC) new line, the Restorative Moments Chocolate Bar Collection.  Inspired by nature and crafted from organic and fair trade certified extra-dark chocolate, the Vermont chocolatier’s line was born from the desire that chocolate should preserve and protect restorative […]

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Aug
11

Ursa Major Announces B Corporation Certification

Ursa Major, a clean skincare company making forest-infused, adventure-inspired essentials, proudly announced its newly-earned B Corp certification, solidifying the company’s ongoing commitment to making a positive impact on people and planet. By joining the Certified B Corp community, Ursa Major becomes part of a global movement of for-profit companies dedicated to using business as a […]

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Aug
06

Apply. Nominate. Run.

Right now, there are three ways you can get involved and participate along with us in creating and sustaining a dynamic community of healthy individuals, sustainable local food systems, and thriving cooperative commerce. APPLY for a Community Grant The Hunger Mountain Cooperative Community Fund grants provide financial support to central Vermont businesses, organizations, and initiatives […]

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Aug
05

Union Mutual a 7-time Best Places to Work honoree

MONTPELIER – Union Mutual is proud to announce it was recently named one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in Vermont. This is the seventh consecutive year that the Company has received this award, achieving its highest-ever overall rank of third out of 13 winning organizations within the Medium (100-249 employees) category. The 14th annual list […]

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Vermont Groups Advance Plan to Transform Policing 

Calling on candidates and policymakers to reimagine role of police, including end to qualified immunity and police in schools FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 5, 2020 CONTACT: S. Beth Nolan, 802-223-6304 x111, sbnolan@acluvt.org MONTPELIER, Vt.—In the midst of a nationwide movement to address police abuse of power and end systemic racism, a diverse group of Vermont-based organizations […]

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