There are currently 25 faculty positions, 31 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 7 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites.
There are currently 23 faculty positions, 32 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 5 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites.
In this month’s EFAP newsletter you can learn about:
- The Power of Forgiveness
- Help with Handling Holiday Stress
- Holiday Safety Tips
- Winter Health Tips
as well as attend a work/life webinar about The Sandwich Generation. To access the December newsletter please visit: http://go.middlebury.edu/efap-December.
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Featured Article: The Power of Forgiveness
December Work/Life Webinar: Long Distance Care Giving
Most employees today will face having to take care of an elderly relative while they are still working and taking care of their own families. This is known as the “Sandwich Generation.” In December’s webinar, we will discuss how to collect information, communicate with compassion, be proactive and respectful and how to cope with the issues that this generation faces every day.
Christine Walchuck began her career in the field of Career Planning and Placement; providing career counseling, developing and presenting group workshops, and managing student internships. She received a BS in Psychology and an MS in Education from Fordham University and is a certified DDI instructor in Targeted Selection and Interaction Management. Chris has worked with the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and is a qualified instructor of the MBTI.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
12:00 – 1:00 PM EST. Please see the newsletter link above to find out how to register.
There are currently 22 faculty positions, 34 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 5 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites.
In this post we’ll introduce you to a new member of the Middlebury College staff who is working in the Controller’s Office. Please join us as we welcome Shelley to campus!
Shelley Bilodeau joins the Controller’s Office as an Accounts Payable Clerk. She has worked for Middlebury College since July of 2012 in the Controller’s Office and has also worked for College Advancement. Shelley previously worked for The Standard Register Co. and CPC of Vermont.
Shelley lives with her husband Robert on their beef farm in Whiting. They have two beautiful daughters named Britney and Jessica.
She enjoys spending time with family and friends.
There are currently 21 faculty positions, 35 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 5 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites.
There are currently 21 faculty positions, 36 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 2 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites.
In this post we’ll introduce you to a new member of the Middlebury College staff who is working in College Advancement. Please join us as we welcome Molly to campus!
Molly Andres joins College Advancement as Alumni and Parent Programs Associate. Molly worked most recently in communications and development for the Stern Center for Language and Learning in Williston. A graduate of Indiana University, she relocated to Vermont 2 years ago with her husband (a native Vermonter) and their 5-year-old daughter. They live in Salisbury where they enjoy renovating their 1790′s home.
Transportation Board Seeks Public Input from Addison County on November 20
The Vermont Transportation Board will be in Middlebury to hold a public hearing on November 20 at 6 p.m. at the Addison Country Regional Planning Commission, 14 Seminary Street in Middlebury. There is a strong nexus between transportation, quality of life and economic development. The purpose of the hearing is to ensure that state officials understand what is important to Addison County residents.
While the Board has identified six transportation topics for discussion at the hearing, it also wants to talk about whatever transportation issues are most important to you and your community. The six pre-identified topics are:
• Transportation Revenues and Energy, including how to tax electric and alternate-fuel vehicles
• Bike & Pedestrian Issues
• The Future of Both Freight and Passenger Rail Services
• Park & Ride Expansion
• Roadway Safety
• Public Transit – Intercity Service and Service for the Elderly
At the hearing, the Board will present background information regarding each of these topics to set the stage for discussion and comment. Following this hearing, and others like it being held around the state, the Board will submit a written report of its findings to the Vermont Legislature. Anyone who cannot make the hearing can still participate by submitting written comments via the Board’s website at http://tboard.vermont.gov/.
For more information, please visit the website or contact John Zicconi at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 802-828-2942.