What did you do this summer? We want to know!
This survey will take you less than five minutes! Access the link in your Middlebury email – search for email sent from email@example.com.
Did you intern? Travel? Volunteer? Work at a summer job? Learning about your experiences offers valuable insight on the wide range of opportunities you’re pursuing – this info is most helpful as advisors and faculty work with students!
Complete by October 1 and be entered to win four tickets to any show of your choice at Higher Ground in Burlington!
Come meet the R.I.T. representative at their information table on
Tuesday, 9/26 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm in the McCullough Grille Foyer
Rochester Institute of Technology is a privately endowed, coeducational university with nine colleges emphasizing career education and experiential learning.
RIT offers 90+ graduate programs in Art, Design, Crafts, Photography, Animation, Business, Communications, Service and Hospitality; Education, Psychology, and Human Resources; Science, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics and Imaging Science; Applied Arts & Sciences; Sustainability; Computing and Information Sciences; and Engineering and Technology.
Degrees offered include M. Arch., MBA, MFA, MS, MST, ME and Ph.D.
$17 million in scholarships and graduate assistantships were awarded to graduate students last year. 95% graduate students get jobs or pursue additional degrees.
Handshake learns your behaviors and preferences – similar to Netflix or Spotify Discovery. After you complete your Career Interests, Handshake will start suggesting relevant opportunities. The more active you are on Handshake, the more customized the platform will be for you.
Click here to fill your interests out in just a couple of minutes!
CCI’s Peer Career Advisors serve as the CCI’s ambassadors to fellow Middlebury students. PCAs are available during Quick Questions to help you with:
- Developing and reviewing resumes and cover letters
- Searching for internship and employment opportunities
- Preparing for interviews
- Accessing online career resources like Handshake
- Referring you to appropriate advising staff at CCI
- Presenting a workshop to a student club or organization
Quick Questions will begin Monday, September 11th, 2017.
Every Weekday, 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday, Adirondack House
Evening Hours, 7:00pm-9:00pm
- Mondays @ BiHall (3rd floor lounge)
- Tuesdays @ Anderson Freeman Center (AFC) *beginning 9/26*
- Wednesdays @ Wilson Cafe (Davis Family Library)
An experimental initiative of the New Museum, NEW INC is a shared workspace and professional development program that brings together over 100 cultural practitioners and creative entrepreneurs, including anchor tenants Rhizome and Columbia University’s GSAPP Incubator.
The operation occupies eight thousand square feet of dedicated office, workshop, social, and presentation space, and each year selects an outstanding interdisciplinary community of one hundred members who are investigating new ideas and developing sustainable practices.
NEW INC offers students interested in art, design, technology, and entrepreneurship an opportunity to get hands-on with the ins and outs of running a small non-profit program within a major contemporary arts institution.
In addition to working closely with NEW INC staff on both long- and short-term projects, interns work with and learn from the cutting-edge cultural producers who make up NEW INC’s community of members.
MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP
This internship focuses on creation of media and management of technology within the space. Working directly with the Technology & Operations Administrator, the position involves both video and photo documentation of our events and everyday activities at NEW INC; this includes set-up, pre- and post-production. Interns will also be involved with coordinating trainings and conducting research related to our equipment and fabrication spaces. This is a hands-on internship with the opportunity to potentially develop original content for the right candidate.
NEW INC is not your typical incubator. They are a visionary group of creative practitioners who embrace risk, investigate the undiscovered and undefined, and engage with timely issues and ideas at the intersection of culture and technology. Their community is composed of sole practitioners, studios and start-ups who are building cultural enterprises both big and small. They offer forty full-time and forty part-time memberships a year, and encourage both individuals and teams to apply.
Recent Grads – They are currently accepting membership applications for the 2017-18 intake!
Super Senior Febs – They are also currently accepting applications for our Spring internship intake.
Now, HARD Goals are not SMART Goals. HARD Goals are Heartfelt, Animated, Required and Difficult. Unlike achievable and realistic goals that leave you stuck in the status-quo, HARD Goals light up the brain and encourage great performance. Click here to learn how to set your personal HARD goals this semester!
Christie’s Education has an unparalleled reputation for preparing you to enter the professional art world. Their unique graduate programs in Modern and Contemporary Art and the Market and Art, Law and Business, will give you access to all parts of the art world. Christie’s programs open doors into a variety of career paths from the full range of positions in an auction house to galleries, private collections, art advisory and art finance. They invite you to come learn about their programs and speak with Recruitment and Admissions Officer, Hilary Smith.
When-Tuesday, September 19, 2017, 12:30-1:15pm
Where- ADK Coltrane Lounge
Friday, September 15, 2017 – 12:15 PM
Stuver has worked with BANDALOOP—a pioneer in vertical dance—for nearly two decades, touring worldwide. As a dancer, he has also performed his own work and with other companies in Dublin, Berlin, New York, and San Francisco. He currently works as a writer and puppeteer in LA. Stuver’s talk will focus on his professional journey, and how being open to other, possibly unexpected, disciplines, forms, and experiences has shaped his career path.