Woodstock Area Job Bank

Welcome to the Woodstock Area Job Bank – serving the community of Woodstock, Vermont USA and surrounding areas. We are here to connect individuals and businesses with members of our community who are seeking work and volunteer opportunities.

If you are looking for work, or are seeking workers, then we encourage you to explore the opportunities available to you in your own community. Our services are free to all and we are eager to connect members of the Woodstock area who are ready to…get the job done!

We welcome job-seekers and volunteers of all skill levels, backgrounds and abilities. Likewise, we welcome employers of any kind – there is no job too small!


February Break

The Job Bank office will be closed the week of February 20th. We will, however, be checking emails and voice mail while we are out.

info@woodstockjobbank.org or call (802) 457-3835


Spring is coming! 

…no matter what our furry buddy Punxsutawney Phil has to say about it. Are you ready? Are you a business that picks up speed with the snow leaves us? Maybe you have a seasonal job for the winter but see some time freeing up in your schedule in April or May? Give the Job Bank a call! We are getting ready for the “busy” season and need your help. Employers and job seekers alike and benefit from the free services of the Woodstock Area job Bank.

info@woodstockjobbank.org or 802-457-3835


Happy New Year to our entire Job Bank family. Job Seekers, Employers, Donors – you all make the work we do possible.

The Job Banks is thankful for the overwhelming support that we receive from our community. Employers to are eager to hire our willing workers, job-seekers who share their skills and expertise every day, and donors who ensure that we can keep our doors open and our services free to all – We thank you!

 


A New Way to Work…

Pop-Up Co-Working!

Join other local freelancers, telecommuters, independent professionals, and anyone who just needs to get some work done for an office-away-from-the-office at a “Work Together Tuesday” gathering. Expand your network and surround yourself with good productivity vibes! Internet, coffee, and snacks provided.

Tuesdays in February and March 9:30 AM–4:00 PM

Drop in anytime, or stay and get some work done!

2/7 Norman Williams Library
2/14 St. James Church Parish Hall
2/21 Pi Brick Oven Trattoria
2/28 Woodstock History Center
3/7 Norman Williams Library
3/14 Abbott Library (Pomfret) (Ends early: 9:30–3:00)
3/21 Location TBD
3/28 Woodstock Rec Center

https://www.facebook.com/events/1842651462686640/


 Looking for some Bright Ideas?

Tips_logoClick here for our latest Educational Opportunities – old dogs can learn new tricks! There’s something for everyone – job skills, master gardening, computer skills, high school courses, welding, nursing and more!

** Don’t be discouraged by tuition fees – many programs offer discounts and scholarships for individuals in need. Take a class…it just might change your life!


Are you prepared?images

You never know what’ll happen – or when. Take a look at this handy emergency preparedness guide from the town of Woodstock.

Click here for the two-page guide.


Know your Resources211

Are you, or someone you know, need help locating resources in our area? Maybe they have an emergency situation or perhaps they just need help with every-day life? Here’s your simple solution – Call 2-1-1!

In Vermont or New Hampshire call 2-1-1 to get the help you need or visit them online. It is confidential and available 24/7. Every solution starts somewhere.

Vermont 2-1-1 CLICK HERE

New Hampshire 2-1-1 CLICK HERE