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  • Eight Vermont School Choirs Participate in Choral Concert and Town Meeting on Arts Education

    U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vt.) office held its  fifth annual student choral concert on April 6 at South Burlington High School. The concert, featuring 225 Vermont students from eight school choruses, was part of a day-long event focusing on art and music education. “Each year, this wonderful event serves as a reminder of the invaluable importance of art and music education in our schools,” said Sanders, who serves on the Senate education committee. 

  • Sanders Holds Veterans Town Hall and Resource Fair

    Sen. Bernie Sanders held a Veterans Town Hall and Resource Fair on May 19 at Norwich University. Roughly 150 Vermonters attended the event which highlighted national, statewide and local resources for Vermont veterans and their families. “I wanted to hold today’s veterans town meeting because now, more than ever, veterans deserve to know what’s going on in Washington. I also want to make sure all veterans and their families know what services and benefits they are entitled to,” Sanders said. “As a longtime member and former chair of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, I am honored to be able to work on behalf of Vermont’s 45,000 veterans and their families who have done so much in service to our country.”

  • Sanders Holds Job Training Discussion With More Than 300 Vermont High School Students

    Sen. Bernie Sanders met with roughly  325 Vermont high school students from the Burlington Technical Center, Essex Center for Technology, Essex High School and Northwest Technical Center in mid-May to discuss job training and career opportunities after graduation. The Community Health Centers of Burlington, Global Foundries, Hazelett Corporation, NuHarbor Security, PC Construction and SunCommon participated in the panel and discussed training and job opportunities they offer young Vermonters.

  • Job Training Discussion With Vermont Students

    Sen. Bernie Sanders met with roughly 300 Vermont high school students April 23 to discuss job training and career opportunities after graduation. Students from Central Vermont Career Center, Randolph Technical Career Center and Spaulding High School participated in the discussion. Sanders, who serves on the Senate education committee, was joined by three Vermont businesses that offer job training such as internships and apprenticeships. Many Vermont companies provide workforce training opportunities for young Vermonters, or offer education benefits from schools around the state. In April's forum, Benoit Electric of Barre, GW Plastics of Bethel, and Chroma of Bellows Falls discussed training and job opportunities they offer young Vermonters.

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