Each Winter Term, many students participate in internships and apply for the opportunity to earn academic credit while having high-level exposure to valuable work. Below is a complete timeline that clearly outlines all of the necessary steps to obtain credit this January.
Contact Cheryl Whitney Lower at email@example.com with any questions.
Expand the sections below to access required forms and more information.
Starting now – early November, 2017
- SECURE YOUR INTERNSHIP
- Apply for opportunities on Handshake or find your own! Meet with a Career Advisor for help.
October 30-November 1, 2017
- REGISTER FOR A WINTER TERM INTERNSHIP COURSE
- If you are planning to complete an internship but have not yet been approved or secured, register for any Winter Term class as a temporary placeholder. Failure to register for a class or an internship during WT registration means you will not be eligible for credit.
- If your internship is approved before WT registration, register on Banner for your internship; CCI will send you instructions once it is approved.
- Note: “Approved” means it has been approved by CCI and the Curriculum Committee.
Before early November, 2017
- IDENTIFY AND SECURE AN ACADEMIC SPONSOR
- Identify a Middlebury faculty member as your Academic Sponsor- this can be your advisor or another faculty member.
- Discuss a plan that will help you make connections between your internship experience and your coursework at Middlebury.
- Identify at least three scholarly sources to list in your application for credit. You will use this as an intellectual framework for your experience and as relevant content for your final academic work.
No later than mid-November, 2017
- SEND SUPERVISOR AND ACADEMIC SPONSOR NECESSARY PAPERWORK
- Send the Intern Sponsor Agreement Form to your internship supervisor.
- Send the Academic Sponsor Form to your Academic Sponsor here at Middlebury.
- Inform them both of the November 30 submission deadline.
DEADLINE: November 30, 2017: Forms required to complete your application:
- Application for Winter Internship Credit (Student submits)
- Assumption of Risk and Code of Conduct Form (Student submits)
- Intern Sponsor Agreement Form (Internship Supervisor submits)
- Academic Sponsor Approval Form (Academic Sponsor submits)
- *Optional for qualifying students* WT Internship Funding Application (Student submits)
- COMPLETING YOUR INTERNSHIP
- Submit final academic work to your academic sponsor.
- Submit self-evaluation to the CCI.
- Internship supervisor will also submit an evaluation.
Quatt Associates is a boutique consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. that specializes in the not-for-profit sector. Our work includes executive and staff compensation (including compliance with applicable law), organizational planning, and surveys.
We are seeking a full-time, entry-level to early career consultant to assist us in our consulting practice. Significant undergraduate coursework in economics, mathematics, finance, business, computer science, or statistics a plus; should demonstrate strong quantitative and analytical skills, strong writing and communications skills and an attention to detail. Ability to work independently as well as a member of a team. The firm prides itself on producing customized services for a demanding client base, with the highest level of personal service.
There is strong alumni support for this position! All the details here: https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1150457
Would you like to intern in Israel this summer? Thanks to a generous donor, CCI is offering three $1500 grants for students to intern in Israel through Onward Israel. Onward Israel offers students 6-10 week internships in areas ranging from technology, arts, social justice, health, politics and more, to help students gain valuable work experience as well as develop a long-lasting connection with Israel and a strong commitment to Jewish life and community.
Students interested in this opportunity should apply directly to Onward Israel, be accepted, and then contact Cheryl Whitney Lower at CCI. Awards of $1500 to help cover program fees and airfare will be given on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are offered and accept this internship, please be aware that your funding for this position is provided by CCI, and therefore you will complete all CCI funding requirements, such as applications and evaluations. Participation in this program will also be contingent on a 2nd-level travel review by Middlebury’s Global Operations Committee.
Eligible students: first-years, sophomores, and juniors.
Click on the icon below for Onward Israel’s application information.
The Seurat Group is an entrepreneurial consulting and private equity firm that partners with our clients to help unlock new sources of growth. Our work is primarily in the consumer goods space – we work with everyone from leading Fortune 500 companies to high-growth Challenger Brands that are driving significant, exciting change in the industry. Our mission is to help each and every one of our clients to sell more, in more places, more profitably, to more people.
We are looking for creative, curious, entrepreneurial and team-oriented people to join the Seurat Group as Business Analysts. The Business Analyst role is primarily focused on the Consulting side of our business, and will have the opportunity to support Seurat Capital as opportunities arise. In this role, you would be a critical member of project teams, supporting the collection and analysis of data while learning how to develop new insights and creative ideas to help businesses grow in the rapidly changing consumer goods industry.
Full details in Handshake here: https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1038492
Media Partners Asia is a leading research & advisory firm focused on media, telecoms and entertainment industries in Asia Pacific.
This is a unique role to assist MPA analysts and Vice Presidents in research across the media sector with a focus on local media players in China, Korea, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Media operators include TV broadcasters, TV and film production houses, content aggregators including free-to-air and pay-TV channel operators, online video distributors, pay-TV platforms and film exhibition companies. Topics include research and data collection on company ownership, background, history, product and service offering, and financial position (i.e. income statements, balance sheets).
All the details here in Handshake. Act now and don’t miss out: https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1135996
Generously offered by an alum!
Oratory Now is a student-centered initiative to reinvent the way oral expression is taught, practiced, and recognized at Middlebury College. Taking place both inside and outside the classroom, the multifaceted program consists of experienced peer tutors who help students develop their public-speaking skills—ultimately helping to shape a college-wide oratory program.
The internship does not require any prior public speaking ability, though there will be opportunities to develop public speaking skills if the intern so chooses.
This internship will give a Middlebury student the opportunity to explore a range of professional skill building that could include event production, promotion and management, advertising/PR/marketing, video and assessment analytics, coach-training curriculum development and more. The Oratory Now Winter Term Intern will work on-campus and assignments may include a combination of the following:
- Planning and managing the Commons Championship speaking competitions with 5-10 nominated contestants in each of the 5 Commons: Atwater, Brainerd, Wonnacott, Cook and Ross
- Coordination with residence hall staff to confirm space, equipment, food and beverage, etc
- Raise awareness of events through social media, postering and other creative strategies
- Contribute to the continued development of the Oratory Now coach training curriculum through analysis of videos, self-assessment results and other metrics
- Raise general awareness of Oratory Now programs and services among Students, Faculty and the greater campus community through ad hoc projects that leverage and develop the intern’s personal interests and professional skills
For a full list of qualifications, as well as additional details on the internship description, click here. Application deadline: Wednesday, November 15th (apply in Handshake).
Morgan Stanley believes capital has the power to create positive change in the world. The biggest and most impactful changes come from people like you. If you come to Morgan Stanley, what will you create?
We invite freshmen and sophomore Middlebury College students to take a break from the books for a Morgan Stanley Student Ambassador Informal Networking Event. Learn more about the Firm and our summer 2019 opportunities firsthand from your peers who will share their experiences at Morgan Stanley and guide you through the recruiting process.
Date: November 15th
To register for the event, please click here.
To learn more, please visit morganstanley.com/campus
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The greatest ideas in the world will die on the vine if not properly implemented. At BTS, we turn our clients’ ideas and strategies into results. We do this by designing customized assessment and development experiences that drive innovation, alignment, and performance.
Join Rommin Adl ’87 for an information session on Wednesday Nov 15 at 7:30 pm in Axinn 219
Are you passionate about solving problems? Energized by the idea of working with the world’s most admired corporations? Craving an opportunity to explore your interest in consulting in a meaningful way this summer?
Summer Associate Consultants are active participants in strategic consulting engagements at Kaiser Associates. As a critical part of our small project teams, you’ll have ownership of the same responsibilities as our full-time Associate Consultants, have daily opportunities to interact with Officers, and contribute to the generation of tangible results for our clients.
Check out the internship here. Summer Associate Consultants typically work on one to two engagements throughout their internship, offering an opportunity to experience the diversity of Kaiser’s work across vertical (industry) and horizontal (skill-related) practice areas. Throughout the summer you’ll be supported by an exceptional group of peers and leaders as you take on significant challenges and develop the highest quality recommendations and solutions for our clients.
Interested in learning more? Join former Kaiser interns on Thursday, November 16 from 6-7p ET for a virtual info session where we’ll discuss Kaiser’s work, the internship program, and the application process. More info & register here: http://info.kaiserassociates.com/2017virtualinfosession
A wealth of information is available to you if you know how to read financial documents. In this Lynda.com course, finance expert Rudolph Rosenberg teaches you how to read an income statement, a cash flow statement, and balance sheet. You’ll also learn how they fit together to give you a view of a company’s situation.
Lynda is a fabulous video-based online instruction resource that is available to Middlebury students, faculty and staff at no charge. You can learn new software and other skills by watching short, 2 to 3-minute movies or by working through an entire course.
Here’s how to get started:
- Type http://go/lynda/ (or http://go.middlebury.edu/lynda/ from off campus) in your browser’s address field, then press Enter or Return.
- From Middlebury’s authentication page, log in with your Middlebury email address and password.
- The first time you log in, click No, I’ve never had an account.
- You will then be asked to provide basic information for your Lynda profile. Fill in your first and last name. The profile is used to store your personal video viewing history, bookmarks, certificates of completion, etc.
- Click Save to save your profile information; you will be re-directed to the Lynda site where you can begin your learning adventure.
- Use the “search” field at the top of the window to find videos or courses of interest, or hover the mouse pointer over LIBRARY to access course groupings by subject areas. This is where you will search to find the course Financial Literacy: Reading Financial Reports.
- To learn the specifics of lynda.com use, search for the course called “How to use lynda.com”.