COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF VERMONT 
FALL 2017

CERTIFIED PUBLIC BOOKEEPING COURSES
In as few as 15 weeks you can earn 8 college credits 
and 4 certifications from the National Association of 
Certified Public Bookkeepers (NACPB).  
For more information, call CCV at 524-6541
 
 

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Franklin & Grand Isle Counties:

Steve Densham, Area Business Advisor

Steve is co-located near you at:

Franklin County Industrial Development Corporation
2 North Main Street, P.O. Box 1099 St. Albans, VT 05478
(802) 524-2194 

·     General advising: 

o   Starting a new business,

o   Growing the business,

o   Funding the business,

o   Marketing the business,

o   Improving the operations of the business,

o   Hiring, training and retaining employees in the business,

o   Transitioning out of the business.

For certain industries, and business topics, we have statewide specialists on staff.  
Your local business advisor can connect you with these specialty advisors.

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS WORKSHOPS

Starting Your Own Business
  Register
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
Topic: Start-up Assistance Starting Your Own Business can be challenging…are you ready to turn your idea into a real business opportunity? This workshop conducted by experienced business advisors, is designed as a guide for the first-time business owner. Your payment to attend includes a comprehensive start-up workbook, handouts, and resources in marketing, financing, management and operations. Highlights of the workshop include using the “Business Model Canvas” to evaluate whether there is a viable business in your good idea, identifying your target customers and your “unique selling proposition”, consider start-up costs, sales, expenses and financing options. Learn how to register your business, apply for tax numbers, ways to pitch your idea, develop a business plan plus more. By the end of this workshop you will be well-informed about the tools and resources available to you and the “Next Steps” involved in launching a successful business.
Speaker: Ross Hart
Fee: $ 129.00
Thursday, October 26, 2017 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
This workshop conducted by experienced business advisors, is designed as a guide for the first-time business owner. Your payment to attend includes a comprehensive start-up workbook, handouts, and resources in marketing, financing, management and operations. Highlights of the workshop include using the “Business Model Canvas” to evaluate whether there is a viable business in your good idea, identifying your target customers and your “unique selling proposition”, consider start-up costs, sales, expenses and financing options. Learn how to register your business, apply for tax numbers, ways to pitch your idea, develop a business plan plus more. By the end of this workshop you will be well-informed about the tools and resources available to you and the “Next Steps” involved in launching a successful business.
Speaker: Laurel Butler
Fee: $ 129.00
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VERMONT TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Vermont Tech Randolph Center Campus

SHAPE Gym    10 am - 2 pm
124 Admin Drive

PO Box 500

Randolph Center, VT  05061

2018 Spring Career Fair

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Your business is invited to participate in the Vermont Tech 2018 Spring Career Fair. The Career Fair provides an opportunity for Vermont Tech students and graduates to access information directly from employers and educational institutions. The Career Fair is also an excellent opportunity for employers to meet with top technical students from Vermont Tech.

Employers participating in the Career Fair obtain priority placement on the Vermont Tech spring recruiting schedule. The Career Fair provides a great way to network with professors and colleagues.

Career Fair Costs: $95 per table 

Fee includes an 8 foot table, 2 chairs, morning refreshments, and lunch. Additional props are welcome, please note however, that the SHAPE facility does not have electrical hookups.
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VERMONT MANUFACTURING EXTENSION CENTER (VMEC)

October 17, 2017
Winston Prouty Center, Holton Hall Training Center

 

 October 18, 2017 — October 19, 2017
8:00AM - 4:00PM
GlobalFoundries, Classroom#4

October 25, 2017 — November 08, 2017
8:00AM - 5:00PM
Norwich University, Colab Room #209

A 3-Day Immersion into Innovation Engineering Fundamentals presented by VMEC Innovation Engineering Black Belts Three consecutive Wednesdays – October 25, November 1, November 8, 2017 

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