Vermont Business Magazine Senator Bernie Sanders will join prominent climate activists to kick off a new campaign to take on the Trump Administration and the fossil fuel industry on January 31st. The event, Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance, launches Fossil Free US, a campaign led by 350.org, calling for an immediate halt to all fossil fuel projects and a fast and just transition to 100 percent renewable energy for all.
Vermont Business Magazine Stowe and Whistler are doing their parts, but historically low snow fall in the western United States has resulted in disappointing results, both in skier days but even more so in associated retail sales. Vail Resorts, Inc (NYSE: MTN) has reported certain ski season metrics for the comparative periods from the beginning of the ski season through January 7, 2018, and for the prior year period through January 8, 2017.
Annual event showcases employment and education opportunities.
CASTLETON, Vt. – The Castleton University Career Services Office will host the annual spring Job, Internship and Graduate School Fair on Tuesday, March 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Spartan Athletic Complex, co-sponsored by Castleton Career Services and the Vermont Department of Labor.
A variety of companies and graduate school representatives will be in attendance, as well as information on internship and summer employment opportunities.
by Kevin Mullin, GMCB Medical costs in Vermont related to asthma, cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease have increased from $1.52 billion in 2010 to $2.04 billion in 2015. According to the Vermont Department of Health, the costs related to chronic diseases are expected to continue increasing by 75 percent from 2010 to 2020. The Vermont Department of Health points to poor diet as one of the three main factors responsible for these diseases.
by John McClaughry The House and Senate health care committee chairs in Montpelier are pondering new adventures in health care policy for 2018. High on their list is a Vermont individual insurance mandate. The mandate to purchase government-approved insurance has had a four year run in Washington.
Vermont Business Magazine Unused drugs or over-the-counter medications left in the home can find their way into the hands of children or potential addicts, and in-home disposal methods like flushing down the drain or throwing in the trash can contaminate waterways. Gifford Medical Center has installed a collection kiosk in their main lobby where people can safely dispose of unused or expired medications.
Vermont Business Magazine One hundred years ago, Putnam Memorial Hospital opened its doors in Bennington. While the facility, practices, and technology have changed dramatically throughout the century, the commitment to delivering exceptional health care to the community has remained constant. In honor of its Centennial year and in partnership with the Bennington Museum, Southwestern Vermont Health Care is proud to present artifacts, stories, and images from its 100-year history.
The Snelling Center for Government is pleased to announce the Vermont School Leadership Project (VSLP ) Class of 2018.
James Avery, Principal, Otter Valley Union High School
Renee Badeau, Director of Student Management, Harwood Union Middle and High School
Kevin Barber, Physical Education Teacher, Albert D Lawton Intermediate School
Heather Baron, Principal, Colchester High School
Bonnie Birdsall, Digital Learning Leader, Williston School District
Susan Bruhl, Director of Student Support Services, Addison Northeast Supervisory Union
To support and inspire the growing number of student and alumni entrepreneurs, the Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET) expanded its board of directors with the appointment of two leaders from the higher education sector. University of Vermont (UVM) Provost Dr David Rosowsky and Champlain College President Don Laackman are the newest members of the VCET board, and emphasize the necessary role higher education plays in driving innovation and economic development at the campus level and across Vermont.
Jeff Biesadecki, CPA has joined Davis & Hodgdon Associates CPAs as a Tax Supervisor. Jeff is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island and Bentley University, where he earned a Master’s degree in Taxation. With over eight years of experience in public accounting, Jeff most recently held the position as Tax Supervisor for a firm in Boston where he specialized in assisting individuals and a variety of business entities with their tax planning, compliance, and business consulting needs.