The state of Vermont has a lot to offer its residents, including its teenagers. There are all sorts of outdoor activities, like walking with a llama in the Green Mountains, hanging out at Lake Morey, or visiting the VINS Nature Center and Quechee Gorge. Mountain biking is available, along with the opportunity to take a trail ride on an Icelandic horse or spend the day skiing. Aside from outdoor opportunities, teenagers can take a tour of the Ben and Jerry’s factory, visit the Stone House Antique Center, shop at designer outlets and even enjoy an indoor waterpark. For teenagers that would like to incorporate a job into their schedule, Vermont’s 3.1% unemployment rate makes it likely they will be able to do so.
If you're under 16 years of age, there are specific labor laws in Vermont that don't allow you to work for traditional employers. Of course, if you're 14 or 15 years old you can get a work permit in Vermont, but otherwise there isn't too much information on this page that will help you. With that being said, if you're under 16 years of age and don't have a work permit, please select the appropriate age below to find jobs that suit your age group.