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Careers & Internships
Vermont Works for Women (VWW) offers careerswhere you can make a difference in the lives of women and youth across Vermont every day.
VWW is an equal opportunity employer offering an uplifting, flexible work atmosphere strong on collaboration and innovation as well as a comprehensive benefits package. We value both professional and personal expertise in prospective jobcandidates as well as a passion for the mission.
We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment that represents the vibrant communities we serve.
Learn more about the benefits of working at VWW and our current job openings.
VWW seeks a Youth Program Coordinator to provide support for the day-to-day coordination and implementation of youth programming (Rosie’s Girls Afterschool & Summer Camp, Tech Center Career Exploration, Youth@Work, Women Can Do, and others). This role is primarily responsible for logistics, planning, & organizing of programs, outreach and recruitment of youth participants and program partners, and hands-on interaction with youth and program delivery. The Youth Program Coordinator also supports development of new programming. This position would involve a mix of time working in the main office in Winooski, VT, traveling to programs around the state, and teleworking. The position pays $19-20/hour and comes with a comprehensive benefits package. Read the full job description and application instructions here.
Benefits of Working at VWW
Flexible Work Environment
Hybrid work with a flexible schedule.
Help advance gender equity in Vermont.
Health, dental, and vision insurance; 401(k) plan with employer match; disability and life insurance. Benefits vary based on employment status.
Generous Leave Time
Each pay period, employees accrue generous paid annual leave and sick leave.
Intern with VWW to contribute to the gender equity movement in Vermont, support community programming, upskill in certain areas, and learn the ins and outs of a small nonprofit.
Internships at VWW can take a variety of formats: remote; onsite at our office in Winooski, VT; or hybrid. Internships are unpaid, but eligible for academic credit. Internship hours are flexible depending on scheduling and academic requirements. Open internships are listed below; if no internships are listed, we do accept interns on a rolling basis throughout the year based on staff capacity.
If reasonable accommodation is needed to complete the job or intern application, participate in the interview process, perform essential job functions, and/or receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact Cody.