Rosie’s Girls™ is a one-week summer day camp that helps girls develop grit, connection and expanded possibilities as they explore hands-on STEM- and trades-related activities.
Dirt Divas is a one-week summer day camp that helps girls cultivate confidence, courage and leadership through outdoor adventure.
Step In to Work is a holistic work-readiness program that supports women in overcoming employment barriers to achieve meaningful, livable-wage work.
FRESH Food, a social enterprise of Vermont Works for Women, trains women in essential employment skills in a culinary setting for eventual work in commercial kitchens and restaurants.
Women Can Do is a one-day STEM & Trades career immersion experience for 9-12th grade girls from across Vermont.
Step Up introduces women to new career paths, particularly those in non-traditional fields such as IT and manufacturing, that pay higher wages.
The Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is a group of bold, brave young women developing leadership skills, advising the actions and activities of the organization, and providing community service throughout Vermont.
Since 2001, Vermont Works for Women has offered gender-responsive, trauma-informed programs designed to prepare women in prison for successful reentry.
Our work in Vermont communities over 30 years is steadfast and strong because of the ongoing investment of loyal supporters like you! And your dedication to our mission of training women to find meaningful, livable-wage work shows up in so many varied, inspiring ways.
You ask, what more can you do?! Here’s a quick list.
- Donate to support our work or become a monthly or quarterly donor
- Donate stock - contact Maisie Howard for details
- Sponsor our programs
- Host a fundraiser
- Sign-up to receive The Riveter, our monthly update of news & events
- Volunteer at Vermont Works for Women
- Use AmazonSmile, donating 0.5% of your Amazon shopping total to Vermont Works for Women
Maybe you have own idea about how to support Vermont Works for Women? We’d love to hear! Please be in touch with our Development and Communication department, 802.655.8900.