Opportunities in Early Childhood Education VT

The state of Vermont is responding to a major economic, social and workforce issue in Early Childhood Education.  Regionally, Winston Prouty, and the Child Care Counts initiative have started to tackle the challenges on multiple fronts including working with employers, …

By Drew McDowell
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Fast-Track “Test Out” Training for Experienced Carpenters

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Starting August 13, 2019 ending Sept 5th!  This fast-track training is based on the assumption that experienced carpenters only need a short refresher program to pass the requirements of the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Core Curriculum.  …

By Guy Payne
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Building a 21st Century Workforce in the Construction Trades

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Windham Regional Career Center Adult CTE and the Sustainable Energy Outreach Network (SEON) have joined forces to create a credentialing program in the construction trades that focuses on core skills for the work site while introducing students to important …

By Drew McDowell
Drew McDowell Director of Adult Education/Assistant Director WRCC Drew McDowell
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Winston Prouty Presents: Family Matters – Careers in Early Education

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What is it like to pursue a career early childhood education? In this episode of Family Matters, Alyssa Kelly, Teacher Associate at the Winston Prouty Center,shares her experience with Vermont’s Child Care Apprenticeship and Brandy Levesque, CIS Consultation & Behavior …

By Chloe Learey
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College to Career: Medical Assisting at CCV to BMH in Five Months

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Are you looking for a career change right here in SoVermont?  Have you graduated from high school and don’t know what you are doing this fall?  Do you want to relocate to Vermont with a guaranteed job with benefits and …

By Leigh Marthe
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G. S. Precision School of Manufacturing Technology Recruiting Student Employees

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Advanced Manufacturing Opportunity

G.S. Precision Inc. and Vermont Technical College are seeking candidates to participate in the GSP School of Manufacturing Technology, beginning this Fall 2019.

This program includes formal classroom instruction and hands on machining and engineering experience. Credits …

By Drew McDowell
Drew McDowell Director of Adult Education/Assistant Director WRCC Drew McDowell
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Graduating from High School? Time to apply to enroll in fall classes at CCV–Brattleboro

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With so many students graduating from high school in these past few weeks, we know it might be an overwhelming time when you and your family might be thinking “What’s next?”  If you think it is too late for college …

By Leigh Marthe
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Choosing a career in Early Childhood Education

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By Chloe Learey, Executive Director

Originally published in the Brattleboro Reformer, June 8, 2019

Graduation season begins a time of opportunities and new beginnings. For those leaving high school, it is a major step towards a career whether into another …

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VSAC 2019-2020 Non-degree Grant Application now available

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The 2019-2020 Vermont Non-Degree Grant Applications are now available on the VSAC web site.  These grants are available for non-degree training beginning on or after July 1, 2019.  The paper applications will be coming out shortly, but please note that …

By Suzie Wagner
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Winston Prouty Center’s Family Matters show focuses on Child Care Counts Coalition

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Jennifer Stromsten of the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation and Jennifer Jacobs of THRIVE, LLC speak with Chloe Learey of the Winston Prouty Center about the importance of child care in building a robust economy. They discuss their efforts as members …

By Chloe Learey
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