Category Archives: Equity & Social Justice

VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – June 2018

  Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News June 2018 In this newsletter: Congregations Invited to be Sponsors of VTIPL Conference Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution – Film Showing in Marshfield Poor People’s Campaign Continues Energy Resource Fair & Town Meeting with Senator Sanders SunCommon Sun CARnival this Saturday Vermont’s Catholic Diocese Gets Greener Faith, Reason […]

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Salvation Farms continues its search for new team members! (VT)

We are looking to fill one staff position and two AmeriCorps VISTA positions. Vermont Commodity Program Manager Responsible for food hub operations, related training program, and partnerships ~ food safety, product quality, operational safety and efficiency, training individuals with barriers to employment, support program growth, and more. More info here. Gleaning VISTA Work with our regional gleaning program […]

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Come Work With Us! Fair Trade Fellowships

I’m writing to share an opportunity to take your Fair Trade advocacy to the next level. We’re hiring eight Fair Trade Campaigns Fellows to support our regional networks. This is a perfect opportunity for anyone looking for a flexible, part-time position supporting Fair Trade and gaining experience in community organizing, volunteer management, communications, and leadership. Learn […]

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Middlebury College Center for Community Engagement seeks 2018-2019 AmeriCorps VISTA member

Do you love working with and for kids?  Interested in social justice work at the youth development level? Come join the Middlebury College Center for Community Engagement (CCE) as a Vermont Youth Tomorrow AmeriCorps VISTA member in Middlebury, Vermont! This VISTA supports youth and mentoring programs advised by the CCE by offering guidance on best practices to groups, […]

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Vermont Research News – April 18, 2018

Vermont Research News: April 18, 2018 View this email in your browser State Flubs Financial Literacy Exam With tax day in the rear view mirror, Vermont received a D for providing financial literacy skills to high school students. While some schools offer finance topics in elective classes, financial literacy is not a requirement for graduation. […]

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Champlain College student reflections on attending National Fair Trade Conference

From March 23-25, 2018,  three Environmental Policy students, Anne Calonico ‘21, Lily Mason ‘18, and Ariel Simpson ‘21, received stipends to travel to Washington, D.C. for the Fair Trade National Conference.   A highlight for Lily was networking with business leaders in the ethical fashion industry. I am extremely passionate about a local 501c3 non […]

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Fair Trade News from the Northeast

Northeast Regional Bulletin April 2018 Hey There Advocate!         Thanks for all your hard work through the beginning of this year. Now that we have wrapped up our amazing and SOLD OUT National Conference, let’s focus on the upcoming month, and most importantly, World Fair Trade Day!   Thank you all for your continued work,  […]

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