Great short project for fall break!
Did you know that a completed Handshake profile makes applying for winter term internship credit, and summer internships MUCH easier? It is super easy to complete and also makes your profile more appealing to employers. A completed profile allows Handshake to share relevant opportunities to your feed based on your activity and interests.
Follow these steps to drive that Profile Level up to green!
- Login at middlebury.joinhandshake.com/login.
- Verify/update your MAJOR.
- Fill out your WORK EXPERIENCE.
- Add an ORGANIZATION and EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES.
- Add SKILLS, DOCUMENTS, COURSES, PROJECTS.
- Add a PROFILE PICTURE.
- Add at least 1 INDUSTRY.
- Add at least 1 JOB FUNCTION.
- Have your RESUME approved at CCI!
Our Peer Career Advisors are available to approve your resumes and help with Handshake questions at the following times:
- Monday-Friday in the CCI – 1:00-4:00 p.m.
- Mondays in the CCI – 7:00-9:00 p.m.
- Tuesdays in Davis Library – 7:00-9:00 p.m.
- Wednesdays in the Anderson Freeman Center – 7:00-9:00 p.m.
In partnership with the SGA, the CCI has developed a “Life Beyond Middlebury” series that aims to equip students with the tools needed to develop strong personal finance skills. Check out our upcoming events!
Tuesday, October 29 at 4:30 pm in Hillcrest 103
Which types of loans should I take out? How do I manage my loans after college? Financial experts are here to break down the loan process for you and any jargon you might be unfamiliar with. Join us to learn more about loans and become informed about making important student financial decisions! RSVP here.
Tuesday, November 5 from 4:30-6:00 pm in ADK Library
Statistics show that LinkedIn members with a photo receive far more engagement: 21 times more profile views and 9 times more connection requests! If you want to stand out, come to CCI to get a professional-grade head shot taken – for free! Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity! RSVP here.
Establishing Healthy Credit
Tuesday, November 12 at 4:30 in Axinn 229
What does it mean to ‘build credit’? Why is it important? The National Bank of Middlebury will speak to Middlebury students and answer these questions, and more. RSVP here.
WHEN: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019
TIME: 4:30-5:30 PM
LOCATION: CCI, ADIRONDACK HOUSE LIBRARY
Design Your Midd Studio is a series of classes that teaches you how to use “Design Thinking” to craft your own awesome Middlebury experience. Apply the innovation principles of design thinking to the wicked problem of career and life choices at and after Middlebury during a series of studios being offered through the Innovation Hub and Center for Careers and Internships.
This Studio will teach you how to gain awareness of your own energy levels throughout the week and identify your energy ups and downs. Learn how to organize your time to optimize energy so that you’re more in balance and you’re not staying “stuck”. Your facilitators, who were trained at the Stanford d.School, will bring to you exercises from the NYT best-selling book Designing Your Life: How To Build A Well-Lived, Joyful Life. This studio will create the space necessary for you to reflect on your own agency and to map your own energy engagement while helping you see trends and make adjustments. Sign up and learn how to design your own personal strategy for getting the most out of Middlebury.
Snacks provided and looking forward to seeing you in CCI’s ADK House Library. Please RSVP HERE on Handshake.
Check out the next Studio in the Series, Odyssey Planning: Design Thinking “Your Future” on Friday, November 15 from 3:00-4:30 PM. Interested in learning more, sign up on Handshake RSVP HERE.
Join the Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster on Tuesday, October 15 at 12:30 pm at the Center for Community Engagement.
There will be a discussion with special guests around the policy challenges impacting food programs and the ways communities are mobilizing to meet them.
|Project Analyst, Apolish, New York City, New York.|
|Immediate Elementary Learning SpecialistKIPP Massachusetts Public Charter Schools, Lynn, Massachusetts.|
|High School Foreign Language Teacher, KIPP Massachusetts Public Charter Schools, Lynn, Massachusetts.|
|Operations Fellow (Boston, MA, Immediate), Uncommon SchoolsBoston, Massachusetts.|
|Summer Teaching Fellow 2020, Uncommon Schools, New York City, New York, and 4 more cities.|
|Digital Production Coordinator, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts|
Civil Rights Data Collection Intern, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC.
Teaching Intern – Summer Session 2020, Northfield Mount Hermon Summer Session, Northfield Mount Hermon, MA.
…AND MANY, MANY MORE OPPORTUNITIES ON HANDSHAKE HERE.
JET has sent more than 70,000 participants from around the globe (including more than 35,800 Americans) to work in schools, boards of education, and government offices throughout Japan. What makes JET unique is that it is the only teaching exchange program managed by the government of Japan. With more than 55 countries around the world currently participating in JET, this program offers a unique cultural exchange opportunity to meet people from all around the world, living and working in Japan. Before departing for Japan and upon return, there are a number of JET alumni organizations that host social, volunteer and professional development activities to help individuals through the transition process. Check out a fun video about JET HERE.
Click on the two paid opportunities below on Handshake to learn more about working in Japan with JET – DEADLINES NOVEMBER 30 @ 3:10PM:
ALTs are engaged in language instruction and make up over 90% of all JET Program participants. They are mainly assigned to local boards of education or elementary, junior high or senior high schools and carry out their duties under the guidance of language teachers’ consultants or Japanese teachers of English (JTEs) as specified by the supervisor and/or principal of the board of education and/or school. ALTs should enjoy working with students and sharing their own culture. There is no Japanese language requirement for ALTs.
CIRs are engaged in internationalization activities and translation/interpretation and are placed in administrative offices of local authorities or related organizations. This position requires a high-degree of fluency and positions are less than 10% of all JET Program participants. Their duties are carried out as specified by the supervisor at individual contracting organizations.
Are you a hard worker? A person who’s excited about problem-solving, who cares deeply about community and social justice and achieving real goals? Are you a dreamer, and incredibly practical, tough, resilient and persistent?
Each year, a new cohort of FAO Schwarz Fellows begins paid two-year assignments with leading nonprofit organizations.
FELLOWS AT WORK
The Fellows work at leading nonprofit organizations in Boston, New York City and Philadelphia. These organizations are all deeply valued in their communities and have a strong record of delivering consistent results and high-quality services. Host organizations vary from year to year — and all have a proven commitment to addressing critical issues of social inequity.
What We’re Looking For
The FAO Schwarz Fellowship is an intensive, transformative two-year experience in the world of social impact that includes focused professional development. Our Fellows are highly motivated, passionate recent college graduates who are committed to social justice.
Successful candidates have proven academic excellence, demonstrated leadership in their college communities and are eager to immerse themselves in a two-year experience that will challenge them, train them and empower them with the skills and network they need to take a first step towards leadership in world of social impact.
Applicants must be college seniors at the time of application and be eligible to work in the United States for the duration of the Fellowship.
How To Apply
Prospective Fellows apply directly to the host organizations for the next cohort.
Applications open each year in early November when we announce new host organizations and Fellowship positions.
Online Info Sessions
We host several online info sessions throughout the year for interested students and college advisors who want to learn more about the Fellowships. Please join us by selecting a date and registering in advance. We’ll send you call in instructions in an email.
OCTOBER 15, 2019
3:00 – 3:45 pm EST
NOVEMBER 15, 2019
11 a.m. – 11:45 am EST
JANUARY 15, 2020
10:00 – 10:45 am EST
Do you have an interest in shaping how new ideas, models, and technologies can transform how the government works? Then come meet Accenture Federal Services (AFS) CEO, John Goodman ’79, P ’23!
At the forefront of innovation, AFS is focused on improving how people work, live, and connect. We combine human-centric design with commercial practices and new technologies—like cloud, artificial intelligence, and advanced analytics—to deliver real outcomes –from rescuing healthcare.gov, to transforming one of the largest supply chains in the world, to redefining the student loan experience. AFS is on the leading edge of fundamentally redefining the next generation of government.
Join us on Friday, October 11th at 12:30 pm in Axinn 229 to meet John Goodman and learn more. Lunch will be provided. Let us know you’re coming here!
Curious about what it feels and looks like to run your own business?
Interested in learning more about the intricacies and highlights of starting a tech startup as a recent grad? Come meet Coumba Winfield ’17, MiddChallenge grant recipient, founder of app PopGig and currently self-employed as a graphic and web designer based in Burlington, VT. This talk and Q&A session will take place on Monday, October 7th at 5pm in the new location of the Old Stone Mill at 82 Weybrdge.
Are you a sophomore that identifies as Black, Hispanic and/or Native American? Are you interested in careers in Consulting, Finance, Nonprofit, Technology, Healthcare, Media/Entertainment, and/or Marketing?
If yes, please join us to learn more about Management Leadership for Tomorrow and the opportunities it offers to high-achieving diverse talent. Did you know 95% of participants in the Career Prep program at MLT secure a paid internship and/or a full-time job offer prior to graduation?
The program does this by providing individualized career coaching, skill development seminars, a support network of 6000+ alumni, and networking opportunities with top tier employers. MLT partners with top companies such as Google, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Citi, LinkedIn, Walt Disney and Target. Career Prep also offers college students the tools they need to achieve their long-term career goals by helping them create a professional roadmap.
If you are interested in learning more about MLT and the Career Prep Fellowship, please join the event on Monday, October 7 in Hillcrest 103 at 6:30 pm. Click here to RSVP in handshake!