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GIV Entrepreneurship Institute
Contact: Laurel Butler - email@example.com
2019 Student Business Plan & Pitch Competitions
For High School/Career Tech students – SUBMISSIONS DUE MAY 15 – to VtSBDC (Vermont Small Business Development Center) - awards/cash prizes to top entries – No cost to enter. https://www.vtsbdc.org/specialty-services/youth-entrepreneurship/Contact: Laurel Butler
Try A Major Day: Friday, May 3rd at VTC
Are you a high school sophomore or junior interested in learning more about Vermont Tech’s majors? Hazen will be sponsoring a trip to VTC on Friday, May 3rd, for students to try out the different majors. VTC offers hands-on programs leading to careers in many exciting fields: Diversified Agriculture, Engineering Technology, IT & Computer Engineering, Nursing & Allied Health, Veterinary Technology, and many more. Sign up in guidance by...
VTeen 4-H Trail Stewards pilot program
Jasper Hill Opportunities for Students!
Americorps Farm to School Coordinator
Cate Hill Orchard Job Opportunities
Lambing volunteer. April 1-20. Want to spend time with lambs? We have 20 ewes lambing in April, all first time mothers. We'll need help drying and warming cold lambs and teaching lambs to take a bottle and nipple bucket.
Full-time farm apprentices for the season, May 15 – Nov. 1, some flexibility with beginning and end dates. Milk sheep, mulch berries, pick apples, press cider, move fences, shovel manure, forage for wild medicinals, make bear fat salve, go to farmers markets, sing to the trees, sing to the sheep, weed the garden, extract honey, pick berries, wash dishes, weed berries, clean the milking parlor, feed lambs, take care of lambs, collect eggs,wash wool , and more. $200/wk stipend, plus housing.
Childcare. June 1-Sept 1. $13/hr, 10-20 hours/week. Take care of our 11 year old son with Down Syndrome. Take him to summer camp, the beach, Bread and Puppet, read books, play piano, take walks, etc.
Please see or email Jen Olson for application instructions.
Youth Environmental Summit: November 1, 2019
More from 4-H Vermont
- GIS Camp (June 24-28, 9:30—3:30 daily)
- Farming, Climate Change & Water Quality (July 11, 9am—12 noon)
- Natural Resources Management Academy (July 19-21; overnight camp)
- Science on Lake Champlain (July 25, full day or half day 9 am—12 noon or 1:00 pm—4 pm)
- The Science of Maple (July 31, 9:00-11:30 am)
For more information on all of these opportunities, click this link.
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Husky Summer Institute
We will be holding one information session at Husky for students, parents, and teachers/counselors/administrators on May 7th at 7pm. The required job fair, where we will interview/tour/assess students for the program will take place on May 14th from 3:00-7:00PM, with more details in the info packet.
Please contact Jen Olson for more information.