2020 Stay to Stay Ski Weekend
February 21-24, 2020
Whether you are looking for outdoor recreation, arts and culture, or small-town vibes, we've got it all here in Southeastern Vermont, one of the most accessible regions of the state. Through Stay to Stay weekends you can sample the region’s offerings. Stay to Stay Weekends take place in Brattleboro, the first exit in Vermont for travelers heading north on I-91, and in Wilmington/Dover in the Deerfield Valley region of the Green Mountains.
HERE'S WHAT THE WEEKEND LOOKS LIKE:
The Welcome Reception takes place on Friday at 5 p.m. in the Carinthia Lodge at Mount Snow Resort. Gather in the warm lodge with skiers, Stay to Stay guests, and community members and converse about the joys and benefits of living in the Deerfield Valley.39 Mount Snow Road
West Dover, Vermont
Monday Morning Networking
Wrap up your weekend with a solid sense of the employment opportunities in the region. Monday morning is your chance to meet with employers in specific sectors and with business owners who can discuss what it’s like to work in the community. You can also sign up to meet with a local realtor who can show you potential housing options.
Employer Industry Sectors
Meet with employers during the Monday morning Coffee & Conversations from 9-10:30 a.m. at the The Village Roost. Participating employer industry sectors offered include:
Tech and Finance
Manufacturing Food & Beverage
Please note if you choose to meet with employers, the local Development Corp. will request a copy of your resume. This will be shared with employers who will be attending the Coffee & Conversations on Monday morning.
Coffee & Conversations
Monday at 9 a.m. at The Village Roost
20 West Main Street
Wilmington, Vermont 05363
Monday, at 10:30 a.m. at Meg Streeter Real Estate
6 South Main Street
Wilmington, VT 05363
Southern Vermont Deerfield Valley
Southern Vermont's Deerfield Valley is a community composed of ten towns. Dover-Home of Mount Snow Resort, Wilmington-Historic Shopping District, Wardsboro-Outdoor adventures, Marlboro-Marlboro college and Music Festival, Searsburg, Stamford, Readsboro-with Readsboro Gorge. Whitingham, Jacksonville, and Halifax host our farms, artisans, and our working community.
BRATTLEBORO DEVELOPMENT CREDIT CORPORATION
The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC) is dedicated to assisting start-up companies, growing companies, and global businesses alike, in order to support continued success stories in the region. Their primary objective is to create and retain a flourishing business community that supports vibrant fiscal activity and improves the quality of life of all its residents.
BRATTLEBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Chamber is proud to be one of the leading business and community organizations in Windham County. The Chamber’s mission is to promote and enhance a thriving business community. They work with their 400-plus member businesses and organizations to articulate the region’s needs and find creative solutions.
Brattleboro offers many different lodging experiences, from commercial-sized hotels to the quaint bed and breakfasts. You may find your home away from home on the list of lodging available in the area.
December 13-16, 2019
Experience the exceptional work/life balance that you can find in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, as well as the most snow in the East at Jay Peak Resort. Once you’ve conquered the slopes, explore the scenic countryside in this close-knit community close to the Canadian border, or beat the cold in the Resort's indoor water park!
The Shires of Vermont
February 21-24, 2020
Residents and employers from the Bennington and Manchester area—the Shires of Vermont-- will greet you at Bromley Mountain Resort. Bromley is the only major ski resort in New England with a southern exposure, providing skiers and riders with full sunshine on all 47 trails.
Killington Grand Resort
March 13-15, 2020
Meet employers and residents from the Rutland area at Killington
Grand Resort, the second highest peak in Vermont at 4,241 feet. Killington is known as the “Beast of the East” and has welcomed over 39K spectators and athletes from 20 different countries participating in the
FIS Alpine Ski World Cup.