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Working in Vermont

CVHHH Careers Working in Vermont

Experience everything Central Vermont has to offer

With easy access to a lively music and arts scene and world-class skiing, mountain biking, and hiking you and your family will enjoy life in Central Vermont.

Montpelier, the state capital, is home to many restaurants, a bustling year-round farmers’ market, and active arts, music, and cultural activities. The Mad River Valley, home to Waitsfield, Moretown, Fayston, and Warren, hosts a weekly farmer’s market and is home to two of Vermont’s most popular ski destinations, Sugarbush Resort and the Mad River Glen, plus excellent mountain biking and the world-famous Lawson’s Finest Liquids brewery and beer garden. Barre is known for its panoramic mountain views, historic downtown, and great residential neighborhoods. Northfield is home to the nation’s oldest military academy, Norwich University.

Central Vermont offers a range of affordable housing for families, plus options to live in urban or rural environments.

A range of educational opportunities while working in Vermont

Central Vermont’s 23 towns vary in size and type as do its schools, which range from small to mid-sized public schools to Montessori and private schools. For more information about the schools and education in central Vermont, visit these links:

Real Estate

Vermont river in fall, by John Holm

Central Vermont offers a range of affordable housing options for families, with options to live in urban or rural environments. Begin your search today using these online resources:

Heney Realtors


For questions about working and living in Central Vermont, please feel free to contact Robin Bador, CVHHH Recruiter, at 802-224-2257.

Kelly-Rue Riso, Chief Human Resources Officer
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