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We believe recovery is possible and everyone deserves a second chance.

Working Fields is a mission-driven staffing agency that works for associates and employers alike. We place dedicated associates in a wide variety of industries and roles throughout Vermont in Chittenden, Franklin, Addison, Washington and Rutland counties.

Our associates are reliable and committed. Primarily individuals in recovery from substance use addiction, our associates are thoroughly vetted, carefully matched to jobs, and receive ongoing support in a unique peer coaching model. Because of our associates’ commitment to their future, they are highly motivated to get back on track. Peer coaching sets our associates up for successful employment because we support all aspects of their recovery.

Together, Working Fields partners with employers to give our associates the opportunity for a second chance.

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Rhino Foods has been very fortunate to partner with Working Fields for the past several years. We firmly believe that everyone deserves a second, and sometimes a third chance and Mickey and his company have been instrumental in helping us find people that are looking for that chance. We are proud to have several of Mickey’s associates as full-time workers at Rhinos!

Lori Miller, Human Resource Generalist
Rhino Foods
A field will grow into something beautiful if you work that field.

LATEST NEWSVIEW ALL

23Jun 2022

Working Fields Alum:

In response to a recent article featuring Working Fields, one of our program alumni wrote a letter to the editor of Seven Days. Check out his thoughts here: This Program WorksI was very appreciative to see the article about Working Fields ["Reaching Out," May 25]. A little over three years. . .
05May 2022

A Sweet Partnership: How Runamok & Working Fields Provide Supportive Employment

William is a high-value employee. His unmatched work ethic pairs well with his broad experience as a mechanic. He does work that isn’t asked of him and is thorough and reliable.William worked for seven different Working Fields partners over five years before finding a permanent home with Runamok in January. . .
30Apr 2022

Working Fields Publishes First Annual Benefit Report

Working Fields is proud to share our first benefit report with our community. This report, which we will publish annually as a Vermont Benefit Corporation, provided us the space to reflect on our mission, work, and impact in 2021 and beyond. Last year brought significant change for Working Fields. We placed. . .