The program is individualized to each participant and takes a whole-person approach to vocational training, incorporating social skills, mechanics, professional development, community activism, and communication.
Champlain Valley Truck Drivers
Offers highly experienced instructors, personal attention and small classes.
Community Kitchen Academy
Community Kitchen Academy (CKA) prepares underemployed and unemployed Vermonters for careers in the food service industry. Students develop and apply new skills by rescuing food that would otherwise be wasted from grocery stores, restaurants, farms and food service companies. They work with instructors to transform this food and create meals that are then distributed through food shelves and meal sites.
Fletcher Free Library Computer Center Burlington
For self-directed learning, investigate the many classes available through the Library’s subscription to Universal Class and Microsoft IT Academy. Classes include introduction to windows, word, excel, how to use your iphone,
Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age that qualify as low income, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life
OBriens Training Institute
O’Briens Training Center trained thousands of cosmetologists who have gone on to become successful stylists and business owners. The company has seen many of its graduates continue to work as stylists, instructors, platform artists, school recruiters, human resource directors, sales managers, district managers, and even in accounting positions within the company.
ReSOURCE’s mission is to meet community and individual needs through (1) education and job skills training, (2) environmental stewardship, and (3) economic opportunities.
School Bus Driver Training
Vermont Adult Technical Education Association
A resource for businesses, students and individuals seeking high quality, affordable adult technical education. These programs are taught in our 16 regional centers across the state of Vermont. Programs offered include everything from health care, such as a Licensed Nurse Assistant (LNA) certification to Machining and Information Technology.
Vermont Works for Women
Vermont Works for Women helps women and girls recognize their potential and explore, pursue, and excel in work that leads to economic independence