Seeking Employment or Internship Inquiries:
Abigail Ames-Seeking internship in Spring 2018 focused on environmental studies in addition to health and policy. View Ames_Abigail_Resume

Jacob Adams-Seeking Internship in Environmental field. View Resume.

Brandon Welch-Seeking employment. View Resume.

Colin O’Brien– junior and environmental studies major at Saint Michael’s College seeking a summer internship in the Burlington area. Has completed many environmental studies courses at SMC and I have experience with conservation, restoration and agricultural projects.

Caili Orem-a junior at the University of Vermont looking for work in the environmental field.

Employment Opportunities:
Encore Renewable Energy-Project Manager & Solar Engineering Manager positions open!

Wilcox & Barton, Inc.-Senior Project Engineer- VT – Apr 2018
Environmental Project Manager- NH – Apr 2018

Environmental Career Panel Discussions:

In order to achieve the educational outreach component of our mission, VEC collectively wanted to initiate an effort to offer Vermont universities and colleges the opportunity to host environmental career panel discussions. The panels are comprised of VEC members with diverse professional backgrounds within Vermont’s environmental sector. The panels provide students with a better understanding of the different opportunities in the environmental field regardless of degree focus and learn firsthand how the career paths of prominent environmental professionals in Vermont have evolved. The panels also give students advice on how best to market themselves to potential employers and allow students an opportunity to ask questions. The first VEC panel discussion was hosted by UVM on March 15, 2016. If you are a local educational institution looking to host a career panel, or a student who would like to have one hosted at their school please reach out to the VEC office.

Vermont Green Careers Website:

The Vermont Green Careers website was developed to assist users in finding information about identifying and beginning a green career in the Green Mountain State.