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Career/Volunteer Opportunities

ECHO Opportunities

ECHO Opportunities

ECHO has several opportunities for students.  See the list and links below.
The website link for personalized learning opportunities is:
The website link for the E-Team is: http://echovermont.org/get-involved/eteam.html
The live butterfly volunteer opportunity.  Select Butterfly Exhibit Volunteer under Volunteer Opprotunites. The exhibit opens Feb.11 and runs through Labor Day. The volunteer page is: http://echovermont.org/get-involved/volunteer.html 

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SUMMER JOBS!

SUMMER JOBS!

American Camp Association Two positions are open for you to apply.  Click on the Job Title to go to the job description/application pages.

Camp Counselor & Kitchen help 

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Smugglers’ Notch Resort

Smugglers’ Notch Resort

Is looking for applicants for this winter.  There are many positions available for students under the age of 18.  Go to www.smuggs.com/jobs or to the Career Center to see the full listing.

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Events

Mar 15 Wed

Career Talks March 15, 2017


Ryan Pelletier from the Vermont Army National Guard will be here to talk about Leadership and the VTANG's Summer Program.  All EHS and CTE students are welcome.  It is from 10:50-11:20 in the library.

Mar 29 Wed

Career Talks March 29, 2017


Bow Meow Pet Grooming owner, Cindy Cross, will discuss her business of pet grooming and her school for individuals who are interested in learning the skills needed.  To learn more, click on this link.  It is from 10:50-11:20.  All are welcome!

Apr 11 Tue

Career Talks April 11, 2017


VETERINARIAN CAREER - Erin Frobes, Veterinarian at Mountain View Animal Hospital in Essex will speak about her career field.  Learn more about Erin by clicking on this link.  All are welcome.

My Experience

My internship with the Facilities Director of Fletcher Allen Health Care was one of the highlights of my senior year at EHS. I had always known I wanted to work in a career that was hands on, so facilities manager seemed like the perfect fit for me. I learned all about the types of training I will need for the job, what happens on a day-to-day basis, as well as made some great networking connections for a future career. I was really treated as a part of the staff and given real jobs and tasks to work on. This internship caused me to switch my major to Mechanical Engineering, and set me on the right track for college.

Andrew Cimonetti, Class of 2014