This week’s opps are out! Othello tutors, Fall Family Carnival, Bristol, VT’s new playground and more!
This week’s engagement opps are out! MiddAction Fair, Tour de Farms & AppleFest, swimming buddies, math tutors, and more!
This week’s engagement opportunities are out! Meals on Wheels needs more drivers, MiddVote is starting off the semester in style, the Creative Maladjustment Hip Hop Showcase is this weekend, and plenty more!
This week’s community engagement opportunities are out–the last of the year!
Included: VISTA opportunities from our office and Mobius, part-time health outreach work in the Northeast Kingdom, clothing and supplies drives with Community Friends and ACT, and more!
This week’s engagement opportunities are out! Included this week: get out the vote with MiddVOTE, funding for cross-cultural community service, building a playground at Charter House and more!
We have a great bunch of service opportunities this week! And the weather is beautiful, so if you’re looking to spend some time outside, check out the opportunities at the Charter House Garden, Nature Conservancy, and Middlebury Sweetest Half. Happy Monday!
This week’s community engagement opps are out! Included this week: migrant labor discussion with Juntos, leader applications for MAlt, building a playground at Charter House and more!
One thing we forgot in the opps newsletter this week: the last College blood drive of the school year! Head to McCullough this Thursday between 11 AM and 4 PM to donate or make an appointment at the link below.
This week’s engagement opportunities are out! Included: fixing up the Little League fields in time for the season, building with Habitat for Humanity, LiM is hiring, and more!
The latest community engagement opps are out! Included: leading Feb Break ’15 MAlt trips, chaperoning ACT dance party this Friday, Page One’s Reading Carnival and more!
MAlt is Middlebury’s alternative break program. In 2014-2015 MAlt will offer two international, three domestic, and one regional student-led service trip over February break.
What Are the Responsibilities of a Middlebury Alternative Break Trip Leader?
MAlt trip leaders are responsible for trip logistics, group dynamics, education, and reflection before, during, and after the break. Logistical responsibilities include helping to recruit and select participants, choosing appropriate worksites for the trip’s theme, initiating and maintaining ongoing contact with worksite coordinators to ensure rewarding service work for both participants and the community partner, drafting and maintaining a budget, creating a daily itinerary, arranging travel plans (e.g., plane reservations, car rentals, College van reservations, accommodations, etc.), and planning meals. Trip leaders work closely with the MAlt Executive Board and the MAlt advisor (Ashley Laux, Associate Director, Community Engagement). Trip leaders are also responsible for coordinating group fundraising efforts and ensuring that fundraising goals (which may be substantial) are met. Please Note: Leading a MAlt trip is a rewarding but demanding opportunity. You should expect to devote a significant amount of time to your trip pre-departure, including some level of research and planning during the summer.
Application Information: We have reopened the application for domestic trips! Complete this application with a co-leader and e-mail it to email@example.com by Wednesday, May 7th. These trips can be to any location within the US, and this year we will also be looking for strong applications in the New England region. This past year MAlt domestic trips traveled to New Orleans, South Carolina, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.
Here’s how some MAlters described their trips in one word: community, warmth, eye-opening, growth, intense, challenging, humbling, real, soulful, marvelous, robust, refreshing, fantastic, and unforgettable.