Career opportunities for educators in southern Vermont are diverse due to the rich educational environment of the region. For those interested in careers in public k-12 education, the best resource to search is https://www.schoolspring.com/. Every Supervisory Union (school district) posts their positions on this platform. There are 8 Supervisory Unions in southern Vermont – check out this map.
Increasing demand for childcare and a statewide commitment to early childhood education also translates to a wide range of career opportunities for early childhood educators available at standalone facilities of which there are dozens, and also within the public schools. Job postings for these will often be found through Indeed.com or the local newspapers.
This region is also home to, and surrounded by, a very large number of colleges. From the Community College of Vermont system, to satellite state college campuses in Brattleboro and Bennington, to specialized colleges like Landmark in Putney which serves people with learning differences, to state college and state university campuses in nearby New Hampshire, New York and Vermont, dozens of colleges are within or within an hour’s drive of southern Vermont.
Finally, this part of New England has a large number of private schools, including Montessori and independent k-8 schools, to Burr & Burton Academy which also serves as a regional public high school, to boarding schools that welcome students from across the country and across the world. Some faculty positions come with family housing.