BDCC Announces new Internship Coordinator

Brattleboro, Vermont (January 13, 2017) – The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC) is pleased to announce Kristin Mehalick will be filling our open Internship Coordinator position. Kristin has worked for over a year as the Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS) Project Manager at the BDCC.

The Six Colleges Collaborative Internship Program works with (1) local businesses, (2) post-secondary student(s) and (3) colleges both in and outside of Vermont. The program works to partner college students and recent graduates with local companies and contribute to Vermont’s economic development, while introducing students to the opportunities that exist here in Vermont. It attracts students from across Windham County, the State, and the Country to start their careers in Southern Vermont, providing work-based learning experiences to students and qualified labor to Windham County’s growing businesses and nonprofits. Currently, five higher education institutions are participating in the program: Community College of Vermont, Landmark College, Marlboro College, School for International Training (S.I.T.) and Vermont Technical College.

Kristin is a Graduate of Keene State College earning a B.A. in Elementary Education and Sociology. She recently obtained her M.S. in Leadership and Human Resources from Northeastern University.

Prior to joining BDCC, she spent several years working in Legal Compliance and Human Resources for a private wealth management firm in Boston, Massachusetts. This will be a great fit given Kristin’s background in client relations, human resources, and the education fields.

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The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation is a private, nonprofit economic development organization that serves as a catalyst for industrial and commercial growth throughout Southeastern Vermont, including Windham County and the towns of Readsboro, Searsburg, and Weston. BDCC serves as the State of Vermont’s certified Regional Development Corporation (RDC) for the greater Windham County area. BDCC is one of 12 RDCs throughout Vermont.

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Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS) is an affiliate of BDCC that grew from a 2008 grassroots effort, initiated by BDCC, to reverse the economic decline of the Windham Region and plan for the economic impacts from the closure of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant. In 2014, after multiple years of regional input, education and data gathering, SeVEDS submitted the Windham Region’s federally recognized S.M.A.R.T. Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for federal approval. For more information visit: