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Shared Services Recognized by Southeastern Vermont's Economic Development Strategies

The Windham County region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) has undergone its first update. Southeastern Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS), the economic development organization behind the CEDS, announced the plan’s top dozen projects during a press event at the River Garden on Jan. 12. Windham Child Care Association's Shared Services program was selected as one of these twelve "vital projects" for 2nd year in a row. SeVEDS launched the the comprehensive strategy two years ago. The federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) approved the document last summer.

SeVEDS Press Event

Pictured here, Early Childhood Outreach Specialist Emily Walsh speaks with The Commons report Olga Peters at the announcement. In the media: The Commons, Brattleboro Reformer, VT Digger

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Snelling Center for Government Launches Early Childhood Leadership Institute

With funding from Vermont's Early Learning Challenge Grant, the Snelling Center for Government will launch a training program this spring. Participants will demonstrate the following upon completion of the 6 month program:

- Potential to provide the leadership needed to address issues of statewide significance;
- Serious and sustained interest in their communities,
- Achievement in their professions and/or civic life,
- Real potential for responsible and effective leadership in Vermont, and
- A commitment to realizing the promise of every Vermont Child.

The application deadline is February 15th. Click here for details.


FY2014 Annual Report

WCCA FY2014 Annual Report