Seeking qualified staff: work you can love
Some of the best opportunities in early childhood are careers and jobs working with children in Head Start.
Head Start programs in Vermont have more than 450 individuals working as teachers, teacher assistants, substitute teachers, home visitors, family advocates, dieticians, nurses, service managers, cooks, supervisors, administrative assistants, data analysts, bus drivers and monitors, and many other positions.
Program directors and their staff are looking for talented professionals. Why should someone work at Head Start?
- Each Head Start program is dedicated to staff professional development.
- Funds are set aside for training throughout the year.
- Employees access training, coaching, consultation, and technical assistance through the Regional and National Training and Technical Assistance Centers.
- Some say working for Head Start is the hardest (and most rewarding) job you’ll ever love.
Careers and jobs: check out the current openings
Other Careers and Jobs
Visit each Head Start program’s website to learn more about a career in Head Start. Opportunities are posted on a program’s website, employment websites, in local print and on-line papers, or a combination of both.
Current positions are listed at the following programs:
- Champlain Valley Head Start
- Capstone Community Action
- Early Education Services
- Rutland County Head Start
- Bennington County Head Start
Other job seeker resources
These are other resources that job seekers can find work in Head Start.