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Welcome to VWW's online Press Room! We've showcased just a snippet of our press releases and media coverage here for your learning pleasure. Reporters and journalists, please be in touch if you require deeper information, want to secure a quote or interview, need to speak with a program participant, or hope to capture photos related to a VWW story. We are super-responsive to press and will get right back to you!

Reporters, please contact:

Maisie Howard, Director of Development and Communications 

In the Press (2018-2021)

‘Serve, Learn & Earn’ Celebrates in Barre
Four Vermont nonprofits announce new collaborative workforce development effort
Lawmakers Meet Graduates From New $1.8 Million Job Training Program
Vermont’s Afterschool advocates celebrate commitment to universal access
Shaken Loose From Jobs by the Pandemic, Many Seek a Different Path
Works for Women's Trailblazers and more! (Minute 23:00-42:00)
Vermonters report household impacts of COVID-19
Rutland Herald: Our stress is real
Trailblazers gets women into construction trades
Culinary training program to start at CRCF next week
Culinary training program kicks of at Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility 
UVM's Office of Engagement and Center for Rural Studies release Vermont Economic Development Roundtables Report
Vermont Works for Women Program Helps Participants Break Into Male-Dominated Industries 
Vermont women in the workforce
Vermont faces workforce shortage as some businesses struggle to reopen
Vermont clean energy jobs board aims to net more resumes from women
Vermont Senate passes bill that would no longer tax feminine hygiene products
Group calls on VT. newsrooms to address gender bias, lack of diversity in coverage
Alison Lamagna: What women really want for the holidays: a better future
The Hybrid Mom: A working mom on accepting imperfection
Hybrid Mom: Parenting in the COVID era
Giving Back: Vermont Works for Women
New statistics show women disproportionately impacted by pandemic
Vermont Electrician Starts Business, Supporting LGBTQ Community
With camp cancelled, Rosie's Girls gets creative to equip young Vermonters with problem solving tools
As the Covid-19 economic crisis unfolds, Vermont women stand to be hit hardest
Chittenden County program closing the gender pay gap
Advocates say new data is key to closing the gender pay gap
Vermont Works for Women names new executive director
Close to 100 girls get hands-on experience in trade careers: Randolph Technical Career Center hosts Career Challenge Day
Vermont expo gives high school girls an expansive view of their potential
“Rosie’s Girls” empowers campers while defying stereotypes
Rosie's Girls woodworking camp taking place in Northfield this week
Vermont camp marks 20 years of empowering young people
Jen Oldham: If you give a girl a power tool …
Vermont Works for Women receives U.S. Department of Labor grant​​​​
Girls + power tools = Rosie's Girls summer camp


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