The Office of Science / US Department of Energy is pleased to announce paid research internship opportunities for undergraduate students majoring in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for the Summer of 2019. The application system for the 2019 Summer Term Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is currently open, with all applications due by 05:00 PM Eastern Time on January 10, 2019.
The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program places students from 2 and 4 year undergraduate institutions as paid interns in science and engineering research activities at DOE national laboratories and facilities, working with laboratory staff scientists and engineers on projects related to ongoing research programs. Appointments are for 10 weeks during the Summer term, are open to US Citizens and US Lawful Permanent Residents, include a weekly stipend, reimbursement for one round trip domestic travel to the participant’s host DOE laboratory, and possibilities for a housing allowance. More than 850 internships are sponsored annually.
Application is made online. Full program information and descriptions, including links to the online application system, are available here.
Code2040 creates access, awareness, and opportunities for top Black and Latinx engineering talent to ensure their leadership in the innovation economy.
“Code2040 is a nonprofit organization that creates pathways to educational, professional, and entrepreneurial success in technology for underrepresented minorities with a specific focus on Black and Latinx people. Code2040 aims to close the achievement, skills, and wealth gaps in the United States. Our goal is to ensure that by the year 2040 – the start of the decade when the US will be majority people of color – we are proportionally represented in America’s innovation economy as technologists, investors, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs.”
Based in San Francisco, Code2040 works with students, professionals, and companies around the country.
Check out their Fellows Program:
As a Code2040 Fellow, you’ll spend your summer in an intensive career accelerator for 10 weeks between June and August. You’ll intern at a top-tech company and participate in a series of learning experiences designed to equip you with the tools and resources you need to navigate the tech industry and build an exciting career.
The Fellows Program is designed for:
- Currently enrolled students who attend a U.S. college or university
- Students who identify as Black and/or Latinx
- Students who plan on returning to school after their summer internship (Fall 2019)
- Students with experience coding
- Students who are interested in advocating for racial equity in the tech industry
Wednesday, October 24 in Axinn 219 | STEM: 4:30-5:30 p.m. | Pre-Med: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Attend one session or stay for both!
Explore study abroad options for STEM and Pre-Med students. Academic and career planning tips from returnees, the CCI and UR-STEM. Both sessions will present different options for studying abroad, as well as advice on how to fit an abroad experience in with academic requirements, preparation for the GRE, GMAT, or MCAT, and other pre-professional or graduate study requirements.
Faraday is hiring!
Faraday provides a AI platform for solving the most common B2C customer life cycle revenue challenges. Faraday’s machine learning platform is used by over 75 companies in the Energy, Finance, E-commerce and other industries to optimize marketing and sales efforts to drive revenue growth from acquisition through retention.
Seniors and alumni, check out their jobs posted in Handshake:
- Data Analyst – You are a self-motivated individual who is disciplined, tenacious, and capable of keeping your eye on the finish line amidst competing priorities. You have good interpersonal abilities which you will employ daily with your team.
- Facilities Maintenance Program Manager – deadline 10/22 – The program manager will develop, implement, and maintain programs such as asset management, citywide fleet vehicle replacement, facility storm water compliance, hazardous waste compliance, facility energy management and solar generation and others based on the needs of the Division
- Sales Development Representative – We’re looking for an ambitious, motivated Sales Development Representative (SDR) to help grow our outbound lead-generation initiatives at Faraday. You will generate leads through outbound prospecting and qualify inbound leads to determine sales readiness. The SDR is expected to work independently while collaborating with colleagues and industry aligned Account Executives.
- Customer Success Manager – As a Customer Success Manager, you will be a trusted advisor for strategic accounts and responsible for ensuring that they are successfully implementing and leveraging the Faraday AI platform to gain the most value in their investment.
LiveRamp Recruiting @ Middlebury
- Info Session – TUE, 10/23 at 7:00 p.m. in BiHall 220
- Women in CS Event – WED, 10/24 at 12:30 p.m. in ADK Library
- Resume Review and Interview Practice – WED, 10/24 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.
- On-Campus Interviews – THU, 10/25 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. in CCI
LiveRamp entrusts their people–new and old alike–to take ownership of their work. Their start-up culture of transparency, independence, and rapid iteration drive their product forward and provide a meaningful life experience. These, and the rest of their values, are just some of the reasons why they’re one of Glassdoor’s 10 Best Places to Work.
If you thrive attacking problems of mind-bending complexity, if you’re seeking a workplace where you can learn and grow, and if you’re as open, collaborative, and driven as you are brilliant, consider joining our team. They’re always looking for passionate people to help them blaze their trail!
Ask your colleagues at Middle Endian and/or WiCS for more information.
The Center for Careers and Internships and the Middlebury Professional Networks are partnering to provide a fully donor-funded “Student Innovation Trek” to the San Francisco Bay Area over February break. The objective is to expose students interested in all areas of innovation to real-world professional experiences that will enable them to apply their liberal arts learning while informing their career exploration and other post-graduate planning.
The Student Innovation Trek experience is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors. It will include 10 students competitively selected through the application process described below, with strong preference given to students who receive financial aid as per the request of the donor. Students will travel to San Francisco as a group, departing from Burlington on Sunday, February 3rd, and returning on Friday, February 8th, accompanied by a CCI advisor. To help ensure that there is no barrier to participation, all travel, lodging, meals, and related expenses will be paid.
This immersive “living and learning” experience will be organized around job-shadowing opportunities with alumni at companies like Tesla, Genentech, IDEO and more. The experience will also include reflection dinners and career conversations with other select alumni. Students will travel and live together as a cohort and attend an Innovation Summit as part of the experience.
Students will document the Innovation experience with photos and reflections. In addition, attendance is required at 2-3 pre-departure meetings during Winter Term.
Application Process and Requirements:
- Apply via Handshake; the deadline is 11:55 p.m. on Sunday, October 28th, no exceptions.
- The Innovation Student Trek is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors of any major (graduation dates between May 2019-May 2021 only).
- Strong preference will be given to students who receive financial aid.
- Strong candidates will be able to demonstrate a desire for a future career in innovation through their coursework and/or activities.
- Students must be in Vermont on Saturday, February 2nd, for a Sunday, February 3rd, departure to San Francisco. The group must travel together from and to Burlington, no exceptions.
- Students must be on campus during Winter Term to attend two mandatory pre-departure meetings.
Please submit a resume, transcript (unofficial is okay), and a cover letter that includes:
- Your name, year, and major(s).
- The name and contact information for a faculty or staff reference who can speak to your interest in innovation and your ability to contribute to a group dynamic.
- A minimum of 750 words that describes:
- What you believe you would learn from this experience and why this trip would prove invaluable,
- How it relates to courses you have taken and activities in which you have been involved, and
- How it might impact your post-Middlebury College plans.
We may request personal or group interviews for some students.
**Note: In applying to the Innovation Student Trek, you are making a full commitment to go if accepted**
We aim to have a decision to you by Friday, November 16th.
Are you interested in doing a Winter Term internship for credit but want to stay on campus?
Check out the great on-campus and local Winter Term internships in Handshake. Search “jobs,” click on “Filters,” scroll down to “labeled by your school” and select “Winter Term” to see all the offerings.
Sample On-Campus Internships:
- Architectural Analysis Intern – Work with Marble Fairbanks, the architecture firm that has been engaged to work on a project at the Davis Library.
- Study Abroad Intern – Learn about the field of study abroad in higher education with the International Programs & Off Campus Study office.
- Oratory Now Intern – Help organize the Spencer Prize in Oratory event, develop oratory coaching curricula, and more.
- Publishing Intern – Read and evaluate manuscripts, participate in editorial meetings, and more with the New England Review.
Sample Local Internships:
- Arts Administration Intern with the Middlebury Community Music Center.
- Bilingual Support Intern with the Open Door Clinic.
- Legal Intern with the Addison County States Attorney’s Office.
- Youth Engagement Intern with the Addison County Athletics Foundation.
What’s that? You say you’re interested in doing an internship in another country for Winter Term instead? We have those too! Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, Puerto Rico….
First step: Find your internship in Handshake or on your own.
Second step: Apply to earn credit for the internship. All information and timelines at go/WTinternships.
Need help? Drop by Quick Questions or schedule an appointment with a CCI advisor in your interest area.
Are you graduating with a technical degree, but looking for a company that will help develop you into a business leader? If you answered yes, then Geico’s Emerging Leaders program may be a great place for you to launch your career.
Application deadline 10/31/18.
This career track is well suited for computer science, computer engineering, and information systems majors. To be eligible for the Emerging Leader Program you must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 in your undergraduate studies, and at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA in any graduate studies.
As an Emerging Leader in the Information Technology track, you’ll make real contributions to GEICO’s bottom line, while interacting with senior executives and associates at all levels. This highly selective program will teach you the ins and outs of our industry-leading company. They’ll support your professional development while you gain hands-on technical and management experience.
During this three-year program, you’ll learn their business by working on projects, attending business meetings, leading teams, and rotating through their Information Services, Systems Operations, and Internet Business departments. Projects you could work on include database upgrades and business analyses, development and design, new application rollouts, data migration and project management. Technologies they currently use include Java, C++, VB.net, Oracle, UNIX, J2EE and SQL.
When you finish your program, you’ll be ready for a future with enormous potential! Their goal is to place you in a position of significant responsibility within the technology-operations of their company.
Application deadline 11/2/18.
Community Operations’ focus is on improving the health of Facebook’s products and helping people understand how to use them through both direct support interactions as well as scalable solutions. Those who join the Facebook teams are very passionate about solving people’s issues and are strong advocates for the Facebook community. They need influencers who can align cross-functional partners to ensure the best possible experience for their platforms.
If you like helping people, Community Operations is for you!
Super Senior Feb STEM majors – this one is for you!
As a Technical Associate at Kaiser Permanente, you’ll progress through a 2-year rotation program with 4-rotations across Kaiser Permanente’s IT organization. This role will design, develop, test, deploy, maintain and improve software. In each rotation, you will be responsible for applying the latest tools and technologies to develop and assist in the translation of business requirements and functional specifications into hardware and software solutions, as well as assisting in the implementation and maintenance of these solutions, and supporting systems integration testing and user acceptance testing.
Program start date will be January 2019. Application closes 11/2/18.