CCI has $1000 and $3000 grants available for students with unpaid summer internships!
Funding Application Deadline: April 14.
You must have secured and accepted your internship before applying for funding. Requirements include an essay, budget, funding agreement, and approved resume.
Don’t wait; visit Quick Questions for resume approval.
An appointment to discuss your plans with a CCI advisor is required for First-Year Explore applicants and strongly encouraged for all other applicants. CCI appointments and resume approvals must be complete by April 7.
Instructions, forms, and Frequently Asked Questions are available at go/summerfunding.
All funding applications will be reviewed after April 14. Funding notifications will be emailed on May 1.
Need help with your internship search? Did you know there are over 1700 paid and unpaid internship on Handshake?
See CCI’s Top 10 Tips for Finding an Internship, visit
Quick Questions, or make an appointment with a CCI advisor.
CCI can’t wait to hear about your summer plans!
Check out these upcoming deadlines on Handshake of education-related internships and jobs for the week of February 11-18 HERE.
Teacher Resident (Secondary & Elementary) 4-yr Program with Masters in Education at Project Inspire Teacher Residency – Deadline Feb 11th 11:55 pm
Summer Internship in Colorado at El Pomar Foundation – Deadline Feb 12th 02:00 am
Teachers for Middle or High School – Certification Not Required at Teach Kentucky – Deadline Feb 14th 12:00 pm (Ask about our Middlebury Alums!)
Educational Consultant at Elite Scholars of China – Deadline Feb 15th 12:00 pm – Sign up for on-campus interviews
Environmental Education Instructor at Maria Mitchell Association on Nantucket Island – Deadline Feb 15th 05:00 pm
2019 Summer Museum Internship at The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY – Deadline Feb 15th 05:00 pm
Wilderness Field Instructor at The National Center for Outdoor & Adventure Education – Deadline Feb 18th 10:40 am
If you’ve ever thought about working at a start-up or maybe getting your foot in the door at one of the Big Four tech companies, then apply for a space in the 1-Day Student Technology Trek to Boston:
- product management,
- new ventures
It is a great opportunity to be exposed to real-world professional experiences that will enable you to apply your liberal arts learning while informing your career exploration and other post-graduate planning.
This trip is open to all students in all majors.
Preference will be given to non-seniors as the emphasis is on exploration. Submitting an application indicates a commitment to participate fully and attend all events.
Accommodations and transportation to and within Boston are the responsibility of each student. (For financial assistance, you may want to consider applying for an Opportunity Grant.)
Interested? Apply via Handshake.
Middlebury Social Impact Corps – Student Info Sessions.
Sign up on Handshake by clicking the date you plan to attend.
Location: Center for Careers and Internships, Adirondack House Library
Middlebury Social Impact Corps connects students to the front line of social change with unique global internship opportunities. A select cohort of Middlebury College and MIIS graduate students are chosen and matched with a social enterprise or NGO for an 8 week international summer internship. The program is an entry point to gaining deeper understanding and curating the tools needed to lead a purpose-driven career where participants receive tangible work experience with a social impact. 2019 partners: Impact Monterey County (in Monterey, CA), Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development (in Cuzco, Peru) and Cape Eleuthera Institute (in Eleuthera, Bahamas)
Come learn more about the program, host sites, and how to apply! Check out the details of each one here on Handshake:
We prepare teachers to be highly effective educators who are committed to equity and inclusivity, and empower every child through learning. At Urban Teachers, we believe access to a quality education gives young people the tools to become forces of change in their communities. Have questions about our program before you join? Here’s the place to get your answers, and other resources to help you along. At this info session, you’ll learn facts about our graduate program, cities we serve, and what it’s like to teach. Attend as many of these as you would like, because we are growing rapidly, and there is always something new to learn. SIGN UP ON HANDSHAKE TO ATTEND HERE.
Monday, February 11th 2019 – 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tuesday, February 12th 2019 – 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
There are lots of Handshake EDUCATION jobs and internships with pending deadlines coming up in teaching and administrative positions. Apply early and don’t wait for the deadlines as many of them are rolling even though they have deadlines listed in Handshake. Click on the list HERE.
Urban Teachers Residency – Due 1/28 @ 11:55pm
Teacher- Denver Fellow Residency (2019-2020) at Denver Public School– Due 1/29 @ 10:00am
Mixed Methods Research Consultant, RPSG atNew York City: Department of Education – Due 1/30 @ 10:50am
Summer 2019 Teaching Fellow at Breakthrough Collaborative – Due 2/22 @ 2:55am
Teach for a Just Future
Structural racism and inequality have kept generations of urban children from receiving the education they deserve. At Urban Teachers, they believe that qualified, highly effective teachers who stay in the classroom can empower students through learning. Their teachers develop the skills, hands-on experience and knowledge to ensure every child receives an equitable education.
Their program is intense. Their teachers receive a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Education, one of the top 10 graduate schools of education in the country,* and become dually certified to teach in either elementary education, secondary English or secondary math, and special education. They offer more comprehensive coursework and personalized support than any other teacher training program. In the first year, their participants take part in a residency as they work alongside an experienced teacher in an urban classroom while taking graduate courses after school. In the second year, their participants become fellows, moving into full-time, salaried teaching positions, while receiving expert coaching from their clinical faculty. That guidance and support continues for a third year, during which time, fellows develop their teaching practices to provide students with the support they need to thrive.
Urban Teachers has invited Middlebury Students to join a Virtual Information Session on Monday, February 11th at 7:00 pm.
In Baltimore, success as a teacher depends on your willingness to become immersed in a community, your commitment to becoming a culturally responsive educator and your ability to develop relationships with your diverse students and their families. Teachers change Baltimore through their impact on their students. They stay in the classroom for four years, help stabilize schools and become educational leaders in our communities. Join us for this info session to see if Baltimore could be the right move for you!
Application opens February 11th and closes March 1st.
Team4Tech works to advance the quality of education in developing countries by connecting technology volunteers and solutions with high impact non-profit organizations. They guide volunteer interns through four to six weeks of preparation based in human-centered design principles, followed by three to four weeks of in-country immersive service learning that leverages their skills and passions to make a difference in education. Over the past five years, Team4Tech has implemented over 50 projects with more than 400 volunteers from 15 leading tech companies and universities, reaching 45,000 students and teachers.
- Learn more about the position in Handshake here
- Sign up for on-campus interviews March 4-7, 2019 in Handshake
You might ask yourself, “Why would I ever need training in dinner etiquette?”
Every year, a few departments on campus get together to invite a professional dining expert to host a 4-course meal and workshop on dining etiquette for Middlebury students. This isn’t just about learning the finer points of dining etiquette, it is also about how to conduct yourself if you are invited to a job or internship interview that serves lunch, or if you are attending a formal alumni event where you will be mingling over hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. For some students, these situations can be uncomfortable and we have found it is helpful to have a few tips in your back pocket to ease anxiety. Think of etiquette as tool to allow you to relax and enjoy your meal without worrying about which fork to use or distracting people away from their conversation or interview.
You will cover such topics as:
- What To Know Before You Go
- Nametags: Where They Go and Why
- Body Language
- Casual Conversation
Tickets are $5.00 and selling fast. Get yours at the box office today! go/boxoffice. Limited seats available
Tuesday, January 29 at 6 pm in Atwater
Benefit from learning the life skills of networking at cocktail parties and dining in an appropriate way. Starting with tips from an expert, learn how to handle yourself with confidence, make introductions and work the room.