If you want to live on the East Coast, getting an internship in Vermont could be perfect for you. The Green Mountain State is bordered by New York to the west, Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east, and Quebec to the North. Lake Champlain makes up half of Vermont’s western border. Vermont is one of four states that used to be a sovereign state. It joined the US in 1791, the first state to do so outside of the original 13 colonies.
In the summer, your Vermont internship will give you access to hiking, camping, and swimming. In the winter, you will be close to some of the best ski resorts in the US with at least 2,000 feet of vertical—more than New York, Maine, and New Hampshire combined. Vermont interns working in the Northern part of the state will have the best of both worlds with the nearby Green Mountains, and Burlington, the state’s largest city.
In central Vermont, the state capital of Montpelier as well as a variety of historic downtowns provides endless opportunity for exploration. Southern Vermont blends small communities with larger cities for a perfect mix of urban and rural environments.
Interns in Vermont can visit New York on the weekends, explore Massachusetts, or cross the border into Canada in just 4 hours. Check out our listings and apply to intern in Vermont today!