Visualizing Impact

This map represents different ways that UVM is engaging with the state of Vermont. Click the icon in the top left of the map toolbar to explore the different map layers or go full screen with a search bar using the icon at the top right. More information about map items is at the bottom of this page. 

Economic Data Services - The Office of Engagement has worked with organizations around the state to provide economic and labor market insight reports to assist with program development and inform strategic thinking. 

Extension Activities - UVM Extension carries out our land grant mission all over the state through education and technical assistance programs such as: 4-H, COPE, Crops, Farm Business, Farmworker Health, Grazing & Livestock, Integrated Pest Management, Master Gardener, Migrant Education, Nutrition Education, PROSPER, Soil Health & Conservation, Urban & Community Forestry, Watershed Outreach & Education

Posted Internships - UVM is a talent pipeline for businesses and organizations across the entire state of Vermont. Opportunities are posted on the Handshake platform to recruit students. The Office of Engagement is actively cultivating new partnerships and deepening existing relationships to ensure that UVM continues to contribute to Vermont's workforce development efforts. 

Extension Offices - We are your neighbors. Come visit us at one of our Extension offices located all around the state. Learn about programs in your local community. 

Community News Services - Local independent news sources are crucial to engaged citizenship and healthy community discourse. Our students are putting their education into practice by supporting the continued operation of these organizations. 

Agritourism Support - A collaboration between the Office of Engagement and UVM Extension provided resources and expertise to support essential farm businesses with adapting their businesses to the conditions created by COVID-19. 

Library Air Purification -  A grant program from the Office of Engagement supported the purchase and installation of air purification systems in libraries across the state. Libraries serve as essential community hubs for the exchange of information and ideas. Their ongoing operation is crucial during a pandemic so that community members can access resources.