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      We nurture team, family and community relationships.
      We cultivate and celebrate growth and learning.
      We engage in genuine and transparent communication.
      We advocate with passion and determination.
      We embrace and drive change.
      We model humility and kindness.
      We creatively do more with less.
      Impossible is our favorite kind of possible!
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  • A really good place to work for the tutors as well as the students!

    Judy Nommik, Tutor
    NEKLS, Inc.

Northeast Kingdom Learning Services, Inc. (NEKLS) is looking for an Operations Support Administrator interested in joining the NEKLS administrative team in its Business Office. This 30-hour per week, benefited position will require demonstrable word processing and data entry skills; prior inventory control; organizational ability and ability to work with minimum direction. Applicants must have a high school diploma or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma or GED ( a comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications). The position will remained opened until filled.

If you meet the requirements and are interested in applying, please submit your resume to the Business Office no later than Wednesday, June 28, 2017.

Contact Sunday Frascoia, Business Office Manager, for the complete job description at (802) 334-2674 / (802) 334-6555 fax or
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NEKLS Staffer, Suzanne Pelletier says, "Attended and presented with Annie Christoni at the 2017 VSAC Conference. Our workshop was "Develop the Power of Listening and Follow Through on Student Interests." We arrived the evening before and enjoyed the five mile walk around Lake Morey. Wonderful evening & conference."

We're very proud of our staff members. They often share what they know with other groups - not only our students!
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The filmmakers raise the question whether it is ethical to use the work of neuroscientists, child psychologists, sociologists and other behavior specialists to be used in the creation of marketing that directly targets children. The experts interviewed in the film present possible safeguards that could help prevent unhealthy advertising, such as alcohol and tobacco advertising, from reaching our children.
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