Event Calendar

Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Annual Meeting 2023

Start Date: 12/5/2023 8:00 AM EST
End Date: 12/6/2023 9:00 PM EST

Venue Name: Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain

60 Battery Street
Burlington, VT  United States 

Organization Name: AGC/VT

Debbie Armstrong
Email: debbie@agcvt.org
Phone: (802) 223-2374

You’re invited

AGC/VT 2023 Annual Meeting and Best Builder Awards Banquet



December 5, 2023- Virtual

December 6, 2023- Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain  - Burlington, VT


Parking: Parking is available in the garages behind the Hilton. Be sure to have the Parkmobile app downloaded on your phone.
December 5, 2023- Virtual
- Opening Keynote Senator Peter Welch
-National Economic Outlook
-Buildings and General Service
- Agency of Natural Resources
- Understanding Gen Z and How to Recruit
- CHL- U Matter Campaign
December 6, 2023- In Person
- Construction Remedies/Litigation
- Diseases of Despair
- Vermont Economic Outlook
- Internships and Mentoring
- Legislative Priorities
-Legislative Panel
We are also excited to announce that the Center for Health and Learning will be putting on the premier event of the online portion of annual meeting, their "UMatter" training. A condensed portion of this training was put on in October during one of our Midweek Meet, and it was unbelievably well received. With one of our focuses this year being combatting the Diseases of Despair, we knew we had to put on the full event.
Please use the link below to register for the "Umatter" training, which will be held during the online portion of annual meeting from 12pm to 2pm. It is necessary to register for this event individually, because you will be sent additional resources related to the training before the event- dont worry, there is no homework!
Again, we are very excited for CHL to put on this training, and hope to see you all at the online and in-person events.
Register for Umatter® Suicide Prevention Awareness and Skills Training here:
Umatter® Suicide Prevention Awareness and Skills Training summary:
This module helps users understand the importance of an individual’s impact on someone considering suicide while increasing awareness and understanding of suicidal behavior. 
Participants will learn basic knowledge and skills of suicide prevention, including societal myths and attitudes, the use of sensitive language, risk factors and warning signs, protective factors, and examples of what to say and do. Participants will learn to apply a three-step process for talking with someone with a suicide risk.
By the end of the course, participants will gain experience identifying risk and protective factors, learn how protective factors can lessen the risk of suicidal ideation, identify potential warning signs for suicidality, and learn how to approach and help someone exhibiting suicidal behavior.

 Cap off the evening on Wedensday with our
Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony


Online Registration

Registration is Closed
Closed: 12/4/2023 3:10 PM

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