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Employment Resources

Click here for area job training programs and opportunities.

MyFutureVT: career advice, training, and support.

Vermont JobLink: find or list a Vermont job.

College Central Network: Vermont State College job site

Free classes

VSAC (Vermont Student Assistance Corporation) scholarships available. 

If your job was affected by COVID-19, you may be eligible for over 100 no-cost trainings

UVM and CCV: two free college courses for all Vermonters in digital economy, healthcare, and leadership and management. Courses listed here.

 

Help seeking jobs

VT Department of Labor

Online Workshops to help jobseekers: resumes, interviews, and more. 

For job search help: Judy Bourbeau, 802-585-0682 or judy.bourbeau@vermont.gov

Getting the Job You Want Workshop:

  • Job search strategy, networking, resumes, and more
  • Free online course through UVM
  • Learn more here

 

In recovery or past convictions

Working Fields offers those in recovery or with past convictions ongoing support, job placement, and recovery coaches. Working fields is also a staffing agency for employers seeking motivated, dedicated employees.

 

Jobs for teenagers and youth

VocRehab Transition Team: High school students (aged 14-22) with a disability. 

  • Work experiences, careers, and training.
  • Career assessment, job exploration, job shadows, mock interviews, resumes, self-advocacy, post-secondary exploration, and other specialized services.
  • 802-888-5976 or thomas.brace@vermont.gov
  • 7:45 am - 4:30 pm. 

Jump on Board for Success (JOBS) helps youth (ages 16–22 with behavioral or emotional disabilities) find and maintain employment. mscott@lrcvt.org

Vermont Department of Labor: Youth between the ages of 16 and 24 looking for employment or training.

 

VocRehab for Workers with Disabilities

VocRehab provides individualized employment services, assisting community members with disabilities to maintain their jobs, explore and develop career pathways, build new skills through education and training, and find-maintain employment that works long term. 802-888-5976 or local representative DJ Masi at 802-793-8309

 

Employer job pages

Copley Hospital Employment site

 

Morrisville Career Resource Center

A hub to assist people within Lamoille County with their employment needs. Services include job posting, resume writing, job counseling, and more. Contact 802-888-4545.

Check out the Vermont Department of Labor employment site. 

 

Unemployment Insurance

If you are totally or partially unemployed, have not filed for unemployment and need to, visit their website or call 1-877-214-3332. To file your weekly unemployment claim or reopen an existing claim visit the State of Vermont's portal here. If you are an employer and need information about unemployment insurance for your employees, visit this website.