Vermont Chamber Government Affairs Director Charles Martin was interviewed on NPR's show, Marketplace, for their report on employment trends and economic recovery. Vermont has long struggled with a worker shortage, and the gap between demand and workforce has only grown.
Find & Grow Your Workforce at Our Annual Manufacturing Summit
To help address the workforce labor shortage and skills gap in manufacturing, at our 2021 Manufacturing Summit the Vermont Chamber is partnering with Vermont Technical College and the University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences to match students and soon-to-be-graduates in advanced manufacturing, engineering, and STEM with participating employers for jobs and internships.Register today to participate and get workforce with our Find Your Future Workforce initiative.
In accordance with the bylaws, this shall serve as notification of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce's Annual Meeting, which shall take place virtually on September 8 from 11:45 a.m. until noon. The slate of nominees to the 2022 Board of Directors will be presented and voted on at the Annual Meeting.
Burlington Business Leader Presented Award
In honor of her work as a business leader and community advocate, Leslie McCrorey Wells, co-owner of restaurantsPizzeria Verità, Trattoria Delia, and Sotto Enoteca, and a member of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce and the Vermont Independent Restaurant Leadership Council, was presented with the Catherine McAuley Award.
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