The Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) provides leadership, support, and oversight to ensure that the Vermont public education system enables all students to be successful.
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (Voc Rehab) helps Vermonters with disabilities prepare for, obtain, and maintain meaningful employment and to help employers recruit, train, and retain employees with disabilities.
The Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) encompasses the Department of Economic Development (DED), the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), and the Department of Tourism and Marketing (VDTM).
Vermont's Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is a statewide, five-year plan produced by ACCD that identifies goals and sets a strategy for economic and social prosperity.
The Vermont Training Program (VTP) partners with employers and training providers to prepare Vermont's employees for the jobs of tomorrow. VTP provides performance-based workforce grants for pre-employment training, training for new hires, and training for incumbent workers.
Vermont Talent Pipeline Management (VTPM) is an employer-led, data-driven model for filling the most critical jobs in the Vermont workforce.
ThinkVermont is the Vermont Department of Economic Development's hub for information related to living, working, and growing business in Vermont.
Vermont Adult Technical Education Association is an excellent resource for businesses, students, and individuals seeking high quality, affordable adult technical education.
The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) is a public nonprofit agency, that advocates for students and their families to ensure that they have the information, the counseling and the financial aid to achieve their education goals.
The Vermont State Colleges (VSC) - Castleton University, Community College of Vermont, Northern Vermont University, Vermont Technical College - are Vermont's public higher education system.
Advance Vermont is a statewide partnership of leaders from business, education, government, non-profits and philanthropy with a unified goal to increase educational attainment in Vermont for the benefit of our residents, communities and economy.
Vermont's 12 Regional Development Corporations (RDCs) are non-profit organizations that promote regional economic development throughout the state.
The Vermont Chamber of Commerce (VCC) is the largest statewide business organization, representing all industries and sectors from tourism to manufacturing to retail to health care to construction to technology.
The Vermont Futures Project is an independent non-partisan organization with a goal of providing a vision that supports and encourages long-term economic growth for Vermont, providing data and recommendations to achieve this goal.
The Vermont Business Roundtable (VBR) is a nonprofit, public interest organization, whose membership is comprised of more than 100 CEOs of Vermont’s most active and committed businesses and employers.