TRORC welcomes college interns interested in the work of TRORC. Interns assist or lead projects in areas as diverse as land use, water quality, forest protection, GIS, climate change, transportation infrastructure, housing policy, or emergency management. TRORC has no formal intern application form, and accepts interns on an as needed basis given budget and space constraints. Prospective interns should first familiarize themselves with with our work through our website, and then email [email protected] expressing interest in working at TRORC at least two months in advance of a possible start date. Interns selected to apply will be required to submit a faculty letter of recommendation and a resume. Interns are encouraged to seek financial support from their institution for the internship, but we also have a modest budget for hourly pay.

For all full-time positions, please submit by email to [email protected] as separate pdfs the following: a cover letter stating desired salary, three references with phone and email contacts, a resume, and a writing sample.

Cover letter should be addressed to:
Peter G. Gregory, AICP, Executive Director
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission
128 King Farm Road
Woodstock, VT 05091

TRORC’s service area is comprised of 30 towns in east-central Vermont with a combined population of 56,000. While most of the region is quite rural, we also have excellent recreational assets, very low unemployment and a variety of cultural and educational opportunities. TRORC’s offices are beautifully located on a conserved farm on the outskirts of Woodstock, Vermont. Candidates are encouraged to learn more about TRORC at

Candidates are encouraged to learn more about TRORC at  TRORC is an equal opportunity employer.