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Southeast Vermont

Supporting Our Communities

Each year participants of Leadership Southeast Vermont complete a community based project. The class is divided in two groups and the project is  the decision of each group.  Participants often draw inspiration from the Human Services session when they learn the needs of the vulnerable populations in each community. It is not uncommon for participants to finish Leadership Southeast Vermont and go on to serve on non-profit boards that they connected with during their time in the program. 

1999:  Quality of Life Survey & Youth's Role in Downtown Revitalization

2001:  Planning Work for a Food Bank

2002: Teen Resource Pocket Guide

2003: Website Development for Brattleboro Drop In Center

2004: Rescue Video & Volunteer Web Page

2005: Post High School Employement Help & Refurbished Community Center Bowling Alley

2006: North Springfield Recreation Park & Promotion of Youth Related Events

2007: Leadership Recuitment and Scholarship Fund & Working with Kids on Space                                   Improvement at Right Foot

2008: Parks Place Video in Bellows Falls & Stuff a Bus for the Springfield Family Center

2009: Stamp out Hunger Food Drive & Teen Leadership Program

2010: Regional Dental Brochure & Work with Bellows Falls Warming Shelter

2011:  Bridges Out of Poverty & Diabetes Awareness Campaign for Elementary School Children

2012:  Springfield Family Center ( Vermont Journal Article)  & Edgar May Senior Day

2014:  No Texting and Driving Campaign & Turning Point: Donor Mailing List and Moving of               Facility

2015: Fundrasing for Turning Point & Website Design and Funding for Springfield Warming                Shelter

2017: Leadership Presentation for Future Business Leaders of America, New LSEVT Promo Video & Springfield Region Volunteer Opportunites Brochure

2018: Inspirational Mural Project at Kurn Hattin Homes & Video promoting Community Food Shelves

2019: Career Pathways Fair for Students at Elm Hill School, Merits of Volunteerism Podcast & Website