Smugglers' Notch To Use Local Dorm To House Employees

Smugglers' Notch To Use Local Dorm To House Employees

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Smugglers' Notch To Use Local Dorm To House Employees

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Winter Employment Opportunities at Smugglers'

The Basement Medicine, a student-run news site at Northern Vermont University in Johnson, VT, is reporting that Smugglers’ Notch Resort will house some of their international employees on campus this season.

The resort, like many across the US, employs seasonal workers from across the globe under J1 Visas.

“This winter, between 60 and 75 such employees from Smugglers’ Notch Resort will be taking up residence on campus in the Senators South residence hall.”

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^Senators South Resident Hall. Credit: Northern Vermont University

The employees will be on campus from December 1st through March 31st and will be coming from places such as Peru, Chile, and Puerto Rico.

It takes roughly 20-minutes to drive from campus to the resort. Smuggs is providing free shuttle transportation to and from work for employees.

You can read the full article by The Basement Medicine here.

Good on Smuggs for getting creative to house their employees.

It’s not the most ideal situation, but having employees just 20 minutes up the road on a college campus with access via shuttle is pretty solid, all things considered.

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