VYCC Crew Leaders can earn up to 12 college credits at no cost to them. Leader Nathan Treadway shares what this means to him.
The health and safety of the VYCC community are our top priorities. We are an organization that prides itself on our ability to offer profound learning and work experiences for young adults. Central to running successful programs is the ability to manage and mitigate risk.
Here's a summary of another great crew meet-up - We are pretty sure you'll learn something ...
Read on for details on completed projects and how to find them.
Locations: Bristol, Burlington, Marshfield, North Hero, Rutland, Stratton, and Woodstock
VYCC's Pro Build crew has embarked on our first backcountry hut build in partnership with the Vermont Huts Association. Hear Members' perspectives a few weeks into the project.
Join us Thursday, August 18 at 3:00 PM at the West Monitor Barn!
VYCC's Campus Crew invites you to join them to learn about their work on VYCC's public trails.
Join us for a family friendly harvest meal!
5:00 on Thursday, October 13
$30 per person; Kids 12 and under are free
Visit the Farm at VYCC for a guided farm tour, meet and hear from Crew Members, taste some veggies.
The event is free, but registration is required and will close on August 5.
Join us on Saturday, September 24 from 11:00 to 3:00 PM for our second annual hosting of the Abenaki Land Link Project's Harvest Festival. Free and open to the public.