April 5, 2021
Burlington Code Academy students now have access to grants provided by the Associates for Training & Development.
Eligibility: This program is accessible to any Vermonter with significant workplace experience; it does not have the eligibility restrictions commonly seen in other workforce development projects, such as age, income, or employment status. The program is exclusive to Vermont residents and available statewide. There is no cost to participate.
Award amount: Up to $1,500
To Qualify for Grant: To find out if you qualify for this opportunity, call or email the BCA admissions team and ask about the Vermont Returnship Grant:
Apply to a Burlington Code Academy course and ask about the Vermont Returnship Grant in your application.
More about the Vermont Returnship Program:
The Vermont Returnship Program is an innovative project designed to leverage Vermont’s experienced workers and pair them with businesses that seek top talent. A “returnship” is a position similar to an internship, designed specifically for adults with previous experience in the workplace who have taken time away from their careers and seek to reenter the workforce. The program is operated by Associates for Training and Development (A4TD), a locally based nonprofit that operates across the northeast. This new program offers:
A4TD, a private non-profit corporation headquartered in St. Albans, operates statewide in Vermont and in 5 states across the northeast. A4TD has a 35-year history of workforce development and training program administration.
To learn more about the Vermont Returnship Program, visit www.a4td.org
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