Alek J. Wolfe has been a ReSOURCE LEAP trainee for four years, with internships in our computer repair program, at radio station 99.3 WBTV-LP, and this summer, the Burlington Free Press. Read Alek’s story, published in the Free Press on August 22, about how these unique experiences have shaped his outlook on his future.Continue reading »
Over the last 27 years, ReSOURCE has grown from a small reuse shop, selling furniture and appliances, to a multi-faceted organization that creates a marketplace for reuse with proceeds helping to fund workforce development, poverty relief, and environmental stewardship. Listen to Tom (shown above) as he talks about ReSOURCE’s upcoming move to Williston, the exciting improvements planned for the 339 Pine Street store in Burlington, and gain insight into our job training programs and their impact on Vermonters in need.
It’s been a busy week. Last Wednesday’s announcement generated a lot of interest in the community. The news is exciting, but it’s important to note ReSOURCE will continue to operate its reuse store at 339 Pine Street in Burlington. The Williston location provides greater geographic coverage, so more low-income people can access our services and programs.Continue reading »