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By 2028, 100 percent of the state’s high-growth, high-wage jobs will require education or training after high school. Yet, as of 2019, only 53 percent of working age Vermonters hold a postsecondary credential (apprenticeship, certificate, degree etc.)–well short of the state goal of 70 percent by 2025.

Advance Vermont is out to change that.

Founded in 2017, Advance Vermont unites business, education, government, non-profit, and philanthropy around a common goal to increase the attainment of post-high school credentials for the benefit Vermont’s civic and economic vitality.  Our work strives to grow the aspirations for and completion of credentials, increase equity in educational attainment, and strengthen connections between education, training, and employment.

In 2021 we launched, MyFutureVT, an innovative online one-stop for career and education resources.

We are a small and dynamic team looking to have an outsized impact on Vermont. Join us.


Advance Vermont is currently seeking candidates for one position: Data and Research Intern.

Advance Vermont operates under a remote-heavy hybrid model. The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation is a core partner and provides office space in Winooski and operational support for Advance Vermont. 

Any questions should be directed to Tom Cheney, Executive Director.

Data and Research Intern

We are looking for a fall semester intern who is excited about using data to inform decision making for statewide change. 

The internship offers a wage of $15 an hour, and the intern would work 12-18 hours a week, to be determined in concert with the application at the time of hiring based on applicant availability and organizational needs. The internship would be mostly remote, with the option for some in-person work in its Winooski-based office. 

This internship is all about supporting the continued growth of MyFutureVT.org and the Vermont Credential Transparency Project – Advance Vermont’s effort to build the state’s first comprehensive database of post-high school education and training programs.  Duties will include collecting and inputting into spreadsheets data detailing information about available credentials in Vermont. 

A full job description and application information can be found here.


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We’re always looking to help make connections and support innovative projects.