March Resource of the Month

Spring has a lot going on for families. Our resource coordinator has assembled some helpful resources to simplify things for you.

Farm Fresh Food! Apply Now!
The Farm Share Program provides limited-income Vermonters with the opportunity to support their local farmer and receive high-quality produce on a weekly basis through an innovative cost-share model. Ask your Resource Coordinator for an application.

240,000 Vermonters – 30 Minutes
Sign up to meet with your Resource Coordinator to get your free credit report in less than 30 minutes. Make sure you are not a Vermonter affected by the Equifax breach.

Tax Refund or No Tax Refund
Talk with your Resource Coordinator about the different ways to save money using your refund or to plan ahead for the 2018 tax preparation year. Learn about the 30-40-30 plan!

Community Events & Resources

College and Career Days
March 17th 9am-1:30pm
(St. Michael’s College – Colchester)
Free workshops for high school students and parents. Learn about the college process or pathways to skilled trades, apprenticeships and certificate programs (

Strengthening Working Families Initiative (SWFI)
Find out about orientations near you for this free training and support geared toward parents interested in jobs in the manufacturing industry.

Free Legal Resources
Access helpful legal education via VT Legal Aid’s website  Learn about common legal processes, and find forms and self-representation resources. Contact your Resource Coordinator for free legal clinics in your area.

Your Resource Coordinator

Contact CCV’s Working Bridges Resource Coordinator, Connie Beal. Connie is available to CCV faculty, staff, and students. She is at CCV Winooski on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to1 p.m. in Room 211D inside the Learning Center. She’s also available by phone or email if you’re not in the Burlington area: 802-881-4218/
Free and confidential.

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