2019 Stay to Stay Weekends
DATES AND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
2019 Dates and Locations
February 22 – 25 Bennington (Ski Weekend hosted at Bromley Mountain Resort) and Brattleboro (Ski Weekend hosted at Mount Snow Resort)
March 1–4 Rutland (Ski Weekend hosted at Killington Resort)
April 12–15 Burlington
April 26–29 Rutland
June 14–17 Bennington, Brattleboro
June 21–24 Rutland
July 26–29 Newport
August 9–12 Bennington, Brattleboro, Rutland
September 13–16 St. Johnsbury
October 4–7 St. Johnsbury
October 18–21 Rutland
October 25–28 Bennington, Brattleboro
November 8–11 Burlington
December 13–16 Newport
Questions about Stay to Stay Weekends?
Thinking about signing up for a Stay to Stay Weekend but have some questions first? Please read these frequently asked questions.
What is the cost to attend a Stay to Stay Weekend?
There is no cost to attend the networking receptions or meetings with employers, realtors, or co-making spaces. Participants are responsible for their own lodging and transportation.
Can I sign up for a Stay to Stay Weekend if I am not a U.S. resident?
Stay to Stay Weekends are not an immigration or work visa program. Citizens of foreign countries interested in traveling, living, or working in Vermont need to secure the appropriate visa from the U.S. State Department. You can find more information here.
I read about Vermont paying people $10,000 to move there. How can I apply?
The Remote Worker Grant Program officially began accepting applications January 1, 2019. Please visit ThinkVermont.com for program information including frequently asked questions, applications, and instructions.
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