Upcoming Workshops, Classes, and Events

PLEASE NOTE: Although classes in person are suspended to protect everyone's health, we are offering webinar

classes. To attend a webinar with a video connection you will need a computer, tablet or smartphone and an

internet connection. You will be able to see the instructor's visual presentation and engage in dialogue with

class participants. There will also be a dial-in option for those with phone access only.

 

To take one of our classes, please call 802-660-3455 x 205 and let us know you'd like to attend!

All classes are free and open to the community.

TENANT SKILLS

Learn how to ensure you get your deposit back, get repairs made, avoid eviction, and housing law. Leave with sample form letters, a know-your-rights guide, and more.

                        

FINDING HOUSING

Learn where to look, what landlords want, and how to address barriers such as bad credit, no rental history, or a criminal record. Leave with a plan, materials for housing applications, and a resource packet.

Tuesday, September 22, 10 AM - 12 PM (webinar)    
Tuesday, September 29, 4 PM - 6 PM (webinar)   Tuesday, September 29, 1 PM - 2:30 PM (webinar)
Tuesday, October 6, 10 AM - 12 PM (webinar)    
Tuesday, October 13, 10 AM - 12 PM (webinar)    
Tuesday, October 20, 10 AM - 12 PM (webinar)    
Tuesday, October 27, 4 PM - 6 PM (webinar)    

 

All of the above classes take place at the CVOEO offices located at 255 S. Champlain Street in Burlington.
Parking can be hard to come by. Please leave early enough to give yourself time to find a spot!

St. Albans:

The classes below are held at the Franklin/Grand Isle Community Action, 5 Lemnah Drive, St. Albans.

TENANT SKILLS

Learn how to ensure you get your deposit back, get repairs made, avoid eviction, and housing law. Leave with sample form letters, a know-your-rights guide, and more.

                        

FINDING HOUSING

Learn where to look, what landlords want, and how to address barriers such as bad credit, no rental history, or a criminal record. Leave with a plan, materials for housing applications, and a resource packet.

     

 

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CVOEO addresses fundamental issues of economic, social, and racial justice and works with people to achieve economic independence.


 

Serving more than 10,000 households annually,
impacting the lives of over 23,000 individuals