Vermont Vocational and Technical Schools

Department of Education - Vermont

Vermont traditionally appeals to vocational school students in creative disciplines like arts and design, skilled craftsmanship, and culinary arts. The travel industry is also strong here, and it creates an eclectic array of career paths for Vermont trade school graduates. Cosmetology students will find a high concentration of spas, and construction workers will encounter a booming market in second home construction.
Vermont has also emerged as a culinary Mecca. In addition to world class dining, Vermont's culinary vocational school graduates enjoy access to artisan foods such as Cabot cheese, King Arthur flour, Ben and Jerry's ice cream, and microbrewery beer.

Burlington, Vermont may offer the good opportunities for healthcare trade school graduates. Fletcher Allen Health Care, a level I Trauma Center and teaching hospital, is just one healthcare employer in Burlington. Vermont technical school students will also find high tech employers like IBM in Burlington. Rich in natural resources, Bennington is Vermont's manufacturing center and has active wood processing, pottery, iron, and textiles industries. Vermont may be a small state, but its economic diversity may ensures every trade school graduate will find a niche.

Vocational Schools in Vermont

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