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Vermont Works for Women hosts YLAI fellow from Colombia

Vermont Works for Women hosts YLAI fellow from Colombia

By Jillian Scannell VWW has participated as a host organization for the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) since 2017. YLAI is a program of the US Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs that provides opportunities for young entrepreneurs and business owners… Read More
Vermont Works for Women Celebrates its 35th Year

Vermont Works for Women Celebrates its 35th Year

Founded in 1987, VWW has been working hard for 35 years to ensure all Vermont women can achieve economic security through employment. Our history has been shaped from its inception by gutsy women committed to the notion that women’s choices about work should be their own—and not the product of… Read More
February Break Fun with Rosie’s Girls at Generator Makerspace

February Break Fun with Rosie’s Girls at Generator Makerspace

Rosie’s Girls camp at Generator By Elaine Ezerins, Communications and Marketing Manager What are you passionate about? Female empowerment! The Ocean and its inhabitants! Mental Health and Neurodiversity! These were the responses of middle school youth participating in Vermont Works for Women’s Rosie’s Girls mini-camp at the… Read More
Youth@Work 2022 begins at Windham Regional Career Center

Youth@Work 2022 begins at Windham Regional Career Center

By: Marla Goldstein, VWW Youth Program Coordinator VWW is thrilled to be running Youth@Work for girls and gender-expansive students enrolled at Windham Regional Career Center (WRCC) this spring.    This week we vision boarded and talked about our goals. VWW’s Youth Program Coordinator, Marla Goldstein began meeting monthly with… Read More
Serve, Learn & Earn Collaborative Outcomes To Date

Serve, Learn & Earn Collaborative Outcomes To Date

By: Maisie Howard, Director of Development and Communications Serve, Learn & Earn is a workforce development collaboration of Vermont Works for Women, Audubon Vermont, ReSOURCE, and Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. The group’s shared vision is for every Vermonter to have a viable pathway to employment and affordable education in… Read More
Fall Trailblazers class graduates in Rutland

Fall Trailblazers class graduates in Rutland

By Missy Mackin, Program Manager Vermont Works for Women (VWW) recently reached another milestone on November 19th when eleven women from Vermont, New York, Kentucky, and New Jersey graduated from the first Trailblazers session in Rutland. As part of our strategic goals to expand throughout Vermont, we were excited… Read More