The Office of Continuing Education & Workforce Development provides accessible, career-focused education for life long success.
Vermont Tech Resources:
- Career Guide
- Career Services
- Job Links
- For employers – Job posting
- Employer Partner Program
- Interest Profiler
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment
- Career Key
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Salary Calculator
We are a proud partner with the following organizations.
Development Dimensions International, or DDI, is the world’s premier talent management consultancy. Forty-five years ago, we pioneered the field; today we remain its chief innovator.
We help companies transform the way they hire, promote and develop their leaders and workforce. The outcome? People ready to instigate, understand and execute business strategy, and address challenges head-on.
NABCEP is committed to providing a certification program of quality and integrity for the professionals and consumer/public it is designed to serve. Professionals who choose to become certified demonstrate their competence in the field and their commitment to upholding high standards of ethical and professional practice.
Founded in 1948, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR membership organization devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 275,000 members in over 160 countries, the Society is the leading provider of resources to serve the needs of HR professionals and advance the professional practice of human resource management. SHRM has more than 575 affiliated chapters within the United States and subsidiary offices in China, India and United Arab Emirates.
The Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center (VMEC) has operated statewide as a not for profit Center since 1995. The primary mission of VMEC is “To help improve and grow manufacturing in Vermont and strengthen the global competitiveness of the state’s smaller manufacturers.” This is accomplished by leveraging private and public partnerships and by providing hands-on implementation assistance, consulting, training and coaching.
VtSBDC provides no-cost, confidential business advising and low-cost training services to all small businesses and new ventures in Vermont. Our business advisors are highly trained, experienced business people committed, as individuals and as a team, to working with you. Our training programs are offered on-line and in-person and cover a wide range of topics important to your business’s success.
The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. was created in 1965 as a public nonprofit agency to help Vermonters who want to go to college or other training after high school.
We provide grants, loans, scholarships, career and education planning, and general information about how you, or others in your family, can get the education you want.
Yestermorrow Design/Build School inspires people to create a better, more sustainable world by providing hands-on education that integrates design and craft as a creative, interactive process
ACCD encompasses three major state departments and many programs that serve the Vermont public by enhancing the Vermont business climate, marketing Vermont to tourists and others, and strengthening our communities in a wide variety of ways.
ANR’s mission is to draw from and build upon Vermonters’ shared ethic of responsibility for our natural environment, an ethic that encompasses a sense of place, community and quality of life, and understanding that we are an integral part of the environment and that we must all be responsible stewards for this and future generations.
Administers unemployment benefits and workers compensation for the state. Offers job listings, labor market information, and compensation information.
Vermont has been a leader in the Green Economy and is a beautiful place to live and work. The Green Economy encompasses many business sectors and may include many more job opportunities than you first think.
The Governor’s Institutes of Vermont creates prestigious, fun, accelerated learning residencies on college campuses for highly-motivated Vermont teenagers. There are Governor’s Institutes focused on Arts, Engineering, Information Technology, Environmental Science and Technology, Mathematics, Asian Cultures, and Current Issues and Youth Activism – plus special Topics Institutes on Farms, Food and Your Future and Entrepreneurship. Any Vermont student can ask his/her school guidance counselor for referral to a Governor’s Institute for an unforgettable experience of extreme learning and extreme fun.