Associates for Training and Development

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Associates for Training & Development (A4TD) is a trade name of Vermont Associates for Training and Development, Inc. a private nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation founded in 1983.  A4TD operates Mature Worker Training Centers in Vermont, Connecticut, Maine, Pennsylvania, and New York. Our mission is to provide training and employment services to workers age 55+. This niche positioning has been very successful because of the company’s commitment to coordination and collaboration at all levels – local, state, and national.

Our core values include a commitment to continuous quality improvement, customer focus, and teamwork (internal) and partnerships (external). A4TD has built its extensive expertise in serving the diverse needs of older workers through operating programs such as the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), and numerous demonstration projects with state and national partners.

Through SCSEP, A4TD assigns mature job seekers to community service positions at 501(c)3 organizations. On-going training and support are essential program components. While learning job-specific skills, SCSEP participants provide a needed community service to the organization and the community. The demand for this training has been overwhelming and the project has been oversubscribed since its inception.

3 Champlain Commons, Suite #2
St. Albans, VT 05478 

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Website

(802) 524-3200

info@a4td.org

Community College of Vermont

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Welcome! CCV Morrisville truly embraces what this simple word means: welcome. From our diverse student population, rich with life experiences and the desire to learn; to our dedicated faculty, who have the most interesting, enriching backgrounds, and who believe in the empowerment of our community; to the members and organizations within our community that we call friends; to the wonderfully vibrant dedicated staff who work with every student to reach their goals; the message is always the same: “Welcome.” Feel free to stop by and get to know us and so we can get to know you too.

197 Harrel St. - STE 2
Morrisville, Vermont 05661 

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(802) 888-4258
(802) 888-1382

billi.dunham@ccv.edu

Ethan Allen Institute

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The Ethan Allen Institute is Vermont’s free-market public policy research and education organization. A “think tank.” Founded in 1993, we are one of fifty-plus similar but independent state-level, public policy organizations around the country which exchange ideas and information through the State Policy Network.

6405 Garfield Rd
Wolcott, Vermont 05680 

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(802) 888-5165

bshields@pshift.com

Green Mountain Technology & Career Center

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Green Mountain Technology & Career Center is a public school for grades 10-12, specializing in building skills for employment and global citizenship.

GMTCC is a technical high school that serves students from Craftsbury Academy, Hazen Union School, Lamoille Union High School, Peoples Academy, and Stowe High School.

All students who attend GMTCC are working toward high school graduation as well as the acquisition of industry credentials, college placement credits, and real-world technical skills.

Our students and their parents consistently say the education at GMTCC is focused, relevant and engaging. The pathways to post-secondary learning include:

  • Four-year colleges

  • Two-year colleges

  • Specialized technical schools

  • Apprenticeships

Employment during and after high school is greatly enhanced by the award of industry rated credentials that are highly valued by employers. Last year’s senior survey reports that 89% of our students plan to enter related work or post-secondary training after leaving GMTCC.  Learning does not end at GMTCC.

738 VT Rte 15 West
Hyde Park, Vermont 05661 

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(802) 851-1572

slussier@gmtcc.net

Lamoille South Supervisory Union

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Lamoille South Supervisory Union has the administrative responsibility for the town school districts of Elmore, Morristown and Stowe. General oversight of the Supervisory Union falls to the Superintendent, who is appointed by the local school boards. Each of the towns constitutes a school district, with an elected board that establishes policy and presents the annual spending plan to the voters for approval.

46 Copley Ave
Morrisville, VT 05661 

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Website

802-888-4541

tracy.wrend@lssuvt.org

Laraway Youth & Family Services

Laraway Youth and Family Services strives to help children and families learn, heal, grow.

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Laraway proudly serves children, youth and families from across Vermont, helping them to transform their lives for the better.

Our staff of highly skilled and compassionate professionals provides direct services, information and support to those in our care and to their parents, families and caregivers.

P.O Box 621
Johnson, VT 05656 

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Website

802-635-2805

gregs@laraway.org

Vermont Department of Labor Morrisville Career Resource Center

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The Vermont Department of Labor offers services and resources to employers and job seekers to assist in the functioning of the Vermont labor market.

197 Harrel Street
Morrisville, Vermont 05661 USA

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7:45 - 4:30 M-Th, 9:45-4:00 Fr

Website

802-888-4545

penny.parot@vermont.gov