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My name is Kristin Clark and I am a junior (Class of 2023) exercise science major at the University of Vermont. I am originally from Weathersfield, Vermont, but currently live in Burlington to attend school. After graduating, I hope to attend a New England graduate school to pursue…

We are so excited to announce that the 12th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge returns this year as an IN-PERSON fundraiser, and we can't WAIT to see all of you again! Saturday, June 18 will be a reunion of sorts - and we have a bunch…

Summer is ON and we have switched gears - to bike gears that is! And to our canoes, kayaks, mountain bikes, tandems, sailboats, hiking boots, climbing harnesses and more! Summer programs are in full swing . We offer loads of adventure options in multiple locations…

Vermont Adaptive is committed to Volunteer and Staff development, technical excellence, providing as many volunteer benefits as possible, and continuing to expand its reputation as a top regional and national adaptive program. We offer scholarship support to staff and volunteers, in part through the Kellen Sams Memorial…

Officials at Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, a nationally recognized nonprofit providing sports and recreation year-round to people with disabilities, are pleased to announce that Molly Tobin, program coordinator for the organization, has been awarded the 2021 Kellen Sams Memorial Leadership Award. “We are thrilled…

Twenty years is a long time to stay in one job, to work for one company or organization. Seriously, who does that anymore? Not many. According to a report from 2020 from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average number of years that employees…

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