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!
May 7th is Green Up Day
Click here for information about Woodstock Green Up activities.
Click here for information about Hartland Green Up activities.
Looking for some Bright Ideas?
Click 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!
Wanted: Weekend Warriors
Are you available and looking for a little extra work this weekend? We want to help! As you know, the Job Bank is closed Friday-Monday which also happens to be a great time to find odd jobs around town.
The Job Bank offers the “Weekend Warrior” list on our website that will include the name and contact information of available workers. Employers can visit the list to find a helper at the last minute and workers and put their names out for possible jobs. Its a win-win for all.
If you are interested in being included on this list please let us
know. Contact Elizabeth Craib at the Job Bank office by phone 457-3835 or email email@example.com BY THURSDAY to be included on the list for the upcoming weekend. The list will change weekly.
Have you met our friends from Senior Solutions?
They can help adult children get in-home services for their elders, such as friendly visitors or Meals on Wheels which has the benefit of a safety check-in in the middle of the day when younger family members may be tied up at work. Also one of their most popular services is helping people figure out their Medicare choices. Visit their website today to learn more! www.seniorsolutionsvt.org