The Center for Careers and Internships has funding for unpaid summer internships and applications are open! All grant applications are due Sunday, April 8th.
- $3000 Summer Internship Funding Grants*
- $1000 First-Year Explore Grants
- $3000 Dance Festival Grants*
* You are not eligible if you have previously received a $2500 competitive grant from CCI.
- Read all the details: go/summerfunding.
- Apply for funding by “Requesting an Experience” in Handshake using the step-by-step instructions: User Guide for Funding Your Summer Experience.
- Follow all directions carefully. Note that resume, essay, and budget (must use budget template) must be uploaded immediately after submitting your application.
- Resume review with a Peer Career Advisor (PCA) and appointment with a CCI Advisor required for First-Year Explore Grant applicants by April 4. Strongly encouraged for all other applicants.
- Award notifications sent out on April 20.
Still looking to find internship opportunities?
- Check out CCI’s Top Ten List for ways to find or create an internship.
- Drop by Quick Questions for resume reviews, questions about how to apply for funding, or to get started on your internship search.
- Visit go/Handshake and click on “Career Center” to schedule an appointment with a Career and Internship Advisor in your area of interest.
What will be your summer story? We can’t wait to receive your application for summer funding!
Interested in a listing of CCI Sponsored Internships? go/ccisponsored.
Wednesday, March 21 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at CCI
Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS)
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey provides international professional education in areas of critical importance to a rapidly changing global community, including international policy and management, translation and interpretation, language teaching, sustainable development, and non-proliferation. We prepare students from all over the world to make a meaningful impact in their chosen fields through degree programs characterized by immersive and collaborative learning, and opportunities to acquire and apply practical professional skills. Our students are emerging leaders capable of bridging cultural, organizational, and language divides to produce sustainable, equitable solutions to a variety of global challenges.
Brandon McNiece, a representative from MIIS will be at CCI for individual consultations with students.
This is a great opportunity for students interested in pursuing graduate studies in areas of critical importance to a rapidly changing world, including international security, human rights and social change, language and culture, sustainable development, and global management. Take advantage of this invitation to learn about the unique programs available on our Monterey campus, as well as the scholarships reserved specifically for Middlebury College alumni.
Alumni will be on campus to share their paths and professional lives with students to help them think broadly about their Environmental Studies major and a variety of different career paths. Events are Thursday, March 15 – Friday March 16.
What did they do at Middlebury and what are they doing now? Find out at these events!
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Alumni Panel, 5:00 p.m.
Dinner with alumni, 6:15 p.m.
Atwater Dining Hall
Reserve your spot, RSVP in Handshake!
Friday, March 16, 2018
One-on-one Alumni Chats, 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Adirondack House – Click the links below to SELECT A SLOT for a 1:1 conversation.
Participating Alumni –
Click here to learn more about our alumni panelists! You don’t have to be an Environmental Studies major to meet with these alumni.
|Andrew Forsthoefel ’11
Self-EmployedSign up for a 1:1 Alumni Chat
|Ben Wessel ’11.5
Deputy Political Director
and Director, NextGen Rising
NextGen AmericaSign up for a 1:1 Alumni Chat
|Carolyn Barnwell ’07
National Geographic SocietySign up for a 1:1 Alumni Chat
|Lauren Sanchez ’11
International Policy Director
California Air Resources Board Sign up for a 1:1 Alumni Chat
|Lea Davison ’05
Clif Pro Team
Professional Cyclist &
Two Time OlympianSign up for a 1:1 Alumni Chat
Apply to work as an elementary school teacher in Arizona.
We study economic mobility through lenses such as education, neighborhood environments, and health to understand the drivers of economic opportunity in the country and give local policymakers customized data and insights to help them craft effective policy solutions. (You can hear an overview of our work on this Freakonomics podcast.)
Observe, learn from, and co-teach with Mentor Teachers on the East Coast.
The Work First Foundation and America Works seek highly motivated candidates with a passion for direct service and an interest in fighting poverty through employment.
This program is designed for individuals who are committed to a long-term career teaching in New Orleans but who have not yet taught in a classroom.
Gain first-hand experience in the Mountain State in one of a variety of sectors.
Impact America – Alabama engages students and recent college graduates to address community needs, empowering a generation through collaborative efforts to promote change in the communities they serve.
Lunch Date: Tuesday, March 13th from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in Atwater Dining 102
The Education Studies program is holding an open advising lunch. Education Studies offers a 5-course minor as well as a double major that results in becoming a licensed elementary/secondary teacher. For more information, visit go/education.
Also, don’t miss one of Education Studies lectures’ this week:
Our Broken Compass: Unlearning Education as Schooling in A World Gone Awry, a lecture by Ijeoma Clement-Akomolafe.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 13, 2018, 4:30 – 6pm
WHERE: Axinn 229
Prepare for life after graduation with online business courses from Harvard Business School’ HBX Credential of Readiness (CORe) Program
- Take all 3 courses in tandem
- 15-20 hours per week
- Final Exam required
- Earn the Credential of Readiness
- $1,950 for 3-course program*
May 15th / 10 Weeks / Apply by May 7th
June 12th / 10 Weeks / Apply by June 4th
July 3rd / 8 Weeks / Apply by June 25th
APPLY AT HBX.HBS.EDU/ENROLL
Work at Spectrum Center Schools and Programs, an organization working with special needs students.
Challenge Detroit works to challenge leaders to learn by doing a year of meaningful employment and intellectual work with area nonprofits.
2017 Intern: Meg Dineen ‘17.5. Meg was hired full time by Swallow Hill after the internship and will begin Feb 2018!
What is CLIMB?
Colorado Leaders, Interns and Mentors in Business (CLIMB) seeks to educate the leaders of tomorrow through providing high-quality internships and educational experiences. Through the CLIMB program, students from Yale, Middlebury, Brown, Stanford, MIT, Harvard, Wesleyan, Denison and Northwestern McCormick School of Engineering are invited to participate in 10-week internships in the Denver Metro area that complement their collegiate experiences and help them grow as leaders, entrepreneurs, and individuals.
Who is Swallow Hill Music?
Founded in 1979, Swallow Hill Music is a nonprofit community for musicians and music lovers who appreciate the ability of music to bring people together. As a home for individuals and families who want to learn about, listen to and perform music, Swallow Hill Music serves more than 156,000 people annually through its 3 music school locations, K-12 outreach programming, and concerts. Swallow Hill Music presents concerts at a wide range of venues across Denver, most notably at its 3 in-house performance spaces and at the Denver Botanic Gardens for its esteemed summer concert series.
What is the Internship?
The Marketing/Events Internship at Swallow Hill Music is a full-time position for 7-11 weeks between June 1 and September 1, 2017. Interns represent the non-profit organization at off-campus events, including concerts at Denver Botanic Gardens and other concerts and music festivals in the Denver area. Interns also gain experience in developing and executing marketing plans for various events and programming, and developing strategic partnerships in the community.
The intern’s schedule is dependent on Swallow Hill Music’s event schedule. Hours will include evening and weekends, with occasional time in the office in the afternoons.
- Application due March 9th, but are reviewed on a rolling basis
- Must have access to a vehicle that can transport marketing materials to events
- Exceptional skills in Microsoft Office applications, Google applications, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and WordPress are preferred
- Weekly one-hour sessions with Director of Marketing, or occasionally designee, to determine if the experience is mutually beneficial and to build opportunities for maximum enjoyment, learning and productivity
To learn more about the position and learn how to apply, log into Handshake.
Interested in other CCI Sponsored Internships? go/ccisponsored.
Friday, March 9, 3:00-4:00 pm at CCI in ADK Library
If you were not able to attend CCI’s Resume and Cover Letter Writing Workshop on March 2, have no fear. You have a second chance! This workshop will help you turn your high school summary of activities into a college-ready resume or help you update your current resume. We’ll walk you through the steps of how to structure and format a resume so that employers can ready it quickly and emphasize the importance of targeting resumes for specific positions/fields/industries. For cover letter writing 101, we’ll show you how to research a position and organization in preparation for writing a cover letter; and how to use the STAR method to write about relevant skills and experiences.
If you are applying for summer internship funding, attending this workshop will fulfill the requirement for a resume review. Check this item off your list!
Also check out the other skills workshops on Networking and Interviewing coming up soon.
Here is your chance to work with a Midd alum as an intern in the Editorial Policy, Publications and Student Art Exhibit Program office at the US Dept of Education in DC in the Communications and Outreach area. You will get to do research to ensure the accuracy and high quality of published materials, meet with customers at all levels about their manuscripts at all stages and help ensure the high quality of the student art exhibit program by hanging the shows; organizing the openings; welcoming students, teachers, families and arts leaders to the openings; and compiling exhibit information.
All details on Handshake here, deadline is March 18