The information you need – who to call, what you need, approved Vermont programs – to get you back in the field again.
You’ve probably heard about the usual dilemma of the college grad: You can’t get a job without experience, and can’t get experience without a job. How do you win?
Self-assessment tools, activities, and resources to help individuals identify their interests, values, and skills. Information and tools such as Pathfinders and VT Guidance Central that will help individuals begin the career-exploration process. Links to resources available to individuals choosing a career, including a career development plan, the VSAC Resource Center, career placement offices, and job shadowing.
Vermont’s Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) system includes the Vermont Agency of Education and the direct service providers holding grants for the purpose of delivering services to adult learners statewide. Adult learners are defined as person 16 years of age and older and lacking essential skills or a credential equivalent to high school completion. AEL providers organizations in Vermont are: Central Vermont Adult Basic Education serving Lamoille, Orange and Washington counties; Northeast Kingdom Learning Services, serving Caledonia, Essex and Orleans counties; The Tutorial Center, serving Bennington County; and Vermont Adult Learning serving Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle, Rutland, Windham, and Windsor counties.
A directory of Accelerated Nursing Programs (second degree BSN and direct entry MSN programs) for people with a Bachelor’s in another subject who want to become nurses.
A U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored site that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy.
An organization of two- and four-year colleges, private and public universities, and non-profit and for-profit entities. Addresses major issues facing higher education.