Resources for Local Economic & Community Development
WEEKLY MEETINGS IN APRIL: Wednesdays at Noon (April 8, 15, 22, and 29)
Did you miss one? We record them! See below
SVEP is hosting weekly Zoom meetings to offer resources for municipalities and provide opportunities for peer learning around responding to COVID-19.
Topics will include:
Live webinar on “How to Zoom” – hosting virtual meetings
Short & long term impacts of COVID-19 on Towns
Lessons from Municipalities on Disaster Recovery from Tropical Storm Irene
Speakers will include:
Windham & Bennington Regional Planning Commissions & Regional Development Corporations
Vermont League of Cities and Towns
Town Managers, State Legislators, Federal Delegation Staffers
Municipalities who recovered from Tropical Storm Irene
ONLINE MEETING RESOURCES:
Does your town need help setting up Zoom? Do you have questions on how to use Zoom in order to conduct routine town business? SVEP is providing:
One-on-one technical support on setting up and running online meetings
Instructions, links to Zoom tutorials and Instructional videos
More details at: https://brattleborodevelopment.com/online-meeting-resources/
Presentation: How to Zoom PDF
- Create a Zoom Account: www.zoom.us/signup
- Download Desktop app: https://zoom.us/support/download
- LinkedIn Learning: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/
- SVEP Online Meeting Resources: www.brattleborodevelopment.com/online meeting resources/
This the third webinar in a four part series in April hosted by the Southern Vermont Economy Project in response…
The Southern Vermont Economy Project 2.0 provides webinars, small conferences, mini-summits, technical assistance and training to help advance local economic and community development projects that are critical to creating prosperity in rural Southern Vermont.
SVEP began in 2016 when the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation was awarded $230,000 through the USDA Rural Community Development Initiative. SVEP focused on building capacity around economic literacy in our region. For a complete overview of 2016-2019 programming click here.
Thanks to a new award from USDA RCDI in 2019, SVEP 2.0 continues the successful work to help communities and non profits increase their capacity.
If you would like to receive notification of upcoming conferences, summits, webinars and events please email email@example.com, or bookmark this page – new activities are added all the time.
The Southern Vermont Economy Project 2.0’s three program goals are designed to “stack” upon one another to move the region forward to leverage federal investments being made in this region and to advance projects in areas that are under-resourced:
By executing dozens of training activities SVEP 2.0 will deliver technical assistance and funding to project pre-development. Dedicated support is applied to places with greatest need. Project partners will be helped directly to advance local projects, and enhance their communities’ own capacity.
Southern Vermont does not lack great ideas. SVEP 2.0, through the provided programming, will help recipient organizations turn those great ideas into effective projects with sustainable funding and successful implementation and management. Sometimes all it takes is one successful project in a community to spark change. SVEP aids recipient organizations in identifying projects that fill a demand in their community and in the region.
The Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies document provides a regional framework, an opportunity to be guided by shared data-driven, long-term goals in a two-county effort to create a thriving economy. But improving local capacity is key to implementation of projects that advance the region towards economic and community development goals.
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