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Advance Vermont Develops COVID-19 Resource Guide

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To help postsecondary students navigate COVID-19, Advance Vermont developed a free resource guide that covers four important topics:

  1. Making ends meet
  2. Securing food and housing
  3. Maintaining good health
  4. Learning remotely

To quote the website: "We see you, we see what is being asked of you, and we hope that these resources make this time just a little bit easier."

Download the free guide here

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