Vermont Humanities

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

Vermont Humanities Zoom VT, United States

Grant proposals should appeal to the head and the heart. Learn how to use story in your grant proposals to connect with funders. Explore best practices for incorporating poignant vignettes, testimonials, and data-driving/results-based storytelling into your grants-writing that demonstrate your organization’s values and impact.

Foundations of Educational Philosophy and Literacy Development

Vermont Humanities Zoom VT, United States

This foundational literacy training will now be required before enrollment in subsequent Never Too Early trainings. It is an advanced training as it offers educators the opportunity to deeply assess one’s own teaching philosophy and current practice generally and in terms of literacy.

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This interactive, 2-hour virtual workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This interactive, 2-hour virtual workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

Vermont History Museum 109 State St., Montpelier, VT, United States

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This hands-on 3-hour in-person workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

Vermont History Museum 109 State St., Montpelier, VT, United States

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This hands-on 3-hour in-person workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.

Foundations of Educational Philosophy and Literacy Development

Vermont Humanities Zoom VT, United States

This foundational literacy training will now be required before enrollment in subsequent Never Too Early trainings. It is an advanced training as it offers educators the opportunity to deeply assess one’s own teaching philosophy and current practice generally and in terms of literacy.

NTE Level II: Foundations of Educational Philosophy and Literacy Development

Vermont Humanities Zoom VT, United States

This foundational literacy training will now be required before enrollment in subsequent Never Too Early trainings. It is an advanced training as it offers educators the opportunity to deeply assess one’s own teaching philosophy and current practice generally and in terms of literacy.

Bearing Witness and the Endurance of Voice

Vermont Humanities Zoom VT, United States

Lucy Terry Prince was born in Africa, where she was kidnapped by slave traders and transported to Rhode Island. While still enslaved in 1746, she wrote “Bars Fight,” the oldest known poem in the United States written by an African American. In this presentation, Shanta Lee illustrates Prince’s importance as a poet and orator, and as one unafraid to fight for her rights within the landscape of early Vermont, New England, and America.

400 Miles Down the Connecticut River

American Legion Brighton Post 80 60 Railroad Street, Island Pond, VT, United States

New England's longest river, the Connecticut, is rich in history. Michael Tougias, author of fourteen books about New England, offers a narrated slide presentation that takes the viewer down the entire 410 miles of the river, discussing history from the days of loggers, Indian Wars, steamships, and canals.