VBSR Builds Bridge Between Vermont Businesses and College StudentsVermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) announced that the Vermont Department of Labor has renewed a grant that funds a program to connect students approaching graduation from Vermont colleges and universities to exciting job opportunities with member companies. VBSRs Internship Program helps member businesses define intern positions and then finds qualified students who are interested in learning more about similar career positions. A recent survey of U.S. employers showed that 62% of college hires last year had held internships and that 31% of new college hires had come directly through an internship program.”We are thrilled to provide this bridge between talented college students who want to stay in Vermont and growing Vermont businesses who need talented young employees,” says Executive Director, Will Patten. “Thousands of students graduate from our colleges each year and go home because they dont know about all the career opportunities with our innovative new business community. This is a big win-win!”The initial grant from the Department of Labor, awarded in January of 2008, enabled VBSR to match 30 students with VBSR member businesses and organizations anticipating growth in the near future. This grant renewal will enable VBSR to focus on making 30 more matches in the year 2009 through relationships with Vermont institutes of higher learning.Businesses interested in creating opportunities for students, in exchange for finding valuable potential employee prospects, should get in touch with Tara Pfeiffer-Norrell by e-mailing TaraP@VBSR.org(link sends e-mail), or calling 802-862-8347.VBSR is a statewide business membership organization made up of 600 Vermont companies representing over 30,000 employees and $4.5 billion in annual sales. VBSR member companies are committed to VBSRs mission to foster a business ethic in Vermont that recognizes the opportunity and responsibility of the business community to set a high standard for protecting the natural, human and economic environments of our citizens.For more information contact Will Patten at VBSR at 802-862-8347 or WillP@VBSR.org(link sends e-mail)###
The kitchen at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.Mr Payne said the property had been a great family home.“Christmas, Easter and all those sort of things were always there. My youngest daughter was married at home and my eldest daughter had her wedding photos there, too,” he said.“At one point both girls, their husbands and one of our grandchildren were living here.”More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 One of the living spaces at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.The main house has a cinema room with theatre lounge and sound proofing, family room with fireplace, bathroom, laundry and gym on the ground level.On the second floor there are formal dining and living rooms with a granite fireplace, and an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. All the living areas open to the wraparound veranda.The two bedrooms on this level have walk-in robes and there is a family bathroom. The property at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.THIS sprawling 7283sq m property with main house and cottage is perched high on a hill in Bahrs Scrub.Owners Ron and Donna Payne built the property at 23 Bahrview Drive 25 years ago.“I love the privacy and the nature of the home. It has everything you could imagine — swimming pool, tennis court and home cinema. It’s like a resort really,” Mr Payne said.“I like sitting on the veranda and looking at the view and enjoying the breeze. I don’t mind watching a movie in the home cinema either.” The pool at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.The property includes a tennis court, pool and sauna.The home is being marketed by John Jessop of Elders Real Estate Shailer Park. The rumpus room at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.The main bedroom takes up the entire top floor and includes built-in robes, study nook, sitting area and ensuite with corner bath, dual basins and shower.On the lower level of the cottage there is open-plan living, dining and kitchen, bathroom, veranda and two bedrooms with a walk-in robe and ensuite to one.Upstairs there is an open-plan dining and kitchen area, bedroom, lounge area and study.
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BEN CLASSON/Herald photoThe No. 9 Wisconsin volleyball team (22-3, 14-2 Big Ten)will have a lot on the line when it hits the road for the final time in theregular season this weekend. Revenge is on the minds of the Badgers as they take ontop-ranked Penn State (24-2, 16-0) Friday night in match that will be streamedlive on the Nittany Lions’ athletic website www.gopsusports.com.The last time these two teams faced off, Oct. 19, theBadgers and Nittany Lions were playing for the Big Ten lead in front of asold-out Field House crowd. Penn State left Madison with the win after ahard-fought five-game match. Now Wisconsin is looking to return the favor bydefeating Penn State on its home court.”We’ve made some improvements since (the last meeting),”senior co-captain Jocelyn Wack said. “Just how the game ended last time and howwe should have beaten [Penn State] in four and how we kind of let the matchslip away has been motivation this whole time to get back in the gym every dayand improve on the little things.”Since their last meeting, both teams have been playing atdifferent levels. Penn State has not dropped a game, going 6-0 and ascending tothe top of the national rankings. Wisconsin during that time has gone 5-1 andswept only one opponent. However, many Badgers see an advantage in going the distancein several matches of late, as it has allowed Wisconsin to develop andstrengthen its bench.”Although we have gone five, it has been really good becausewe have gotten a lot of players out on the court,” senior setter Jackie Simpsonsaid. “We’ve really shown that it doesn’t matter if I’m out there or Nikki(Klingsporn)’s out there, Megan (Mills) or Kim (Kuzma), Al (Wack) or (Caity)DuPont. No matter who is out on the court, we are still going to be solid andwe are still going to pull out wins.”The Big Ten title will also be on the line when the Badgerstake on the Nittany Lions. With only four matches remaining and trailing PennState by two games, it is now or never for Wisconsin, especially the seniorclass, if it still wants to have a shot at the conference championship. With awin, the Badgers will keep their title hopes alive, but a loss would clinch afifth-straight Big Ten title for the Nittany Lions.”We’re getting down to where there are only four matchesleft,” head coach Pete Waite said. “In order to have a shot to tie for thetitle, we need to get the win, and somebody else needs to beat Penn State. Thisis an important one for us.”After taking on Penn State Friday, Wisconsin will fly homefor the weekend before flying to Columbus Sunday to get ready for its Mondaynight matchup against Ohio State, which will air live on the Big Ten Network. Following its Oct. 17 loss to Wisconsin, Ohio State has beenup and down, winning the next four before dropping the last three to fall intoninth place in the Big Ten. However, Waite knows Ohio State plays better athome and will provide a challenging matchup.”Early in theseason [Ohio State was] changing their lineup around a little bit,” Waite said.”I think they have been staying withBrianaMcCarthysetting so they should be a little bit more stable. They’realways strong at home, and I think they have a better crowd than they have hadin the past. We know that is going to be a good environment.”The last thing on the line this weekend is Wisconsin’sundefeated road record in conference play, which the Badgers know they have tomaintain with the title on the line.”Obviouslywe’ve won a couple close ones and fought hard to win those,” Waite said abouthis team’s play on the road. “What is more important is that it counts for theshot at the title so we want to get it done.”