The Charter House Coalition is a nonprofit organization that aims to provide basic food and housing in and around the Middlebury community. During the long winter months, CHC provides families with a transitional housing program in the Charter House that is staffed mainly through volunteers. Want to help keep families warm this winter? Join in this info session on Tuesday 1/27 in Ross B11, 4:30 p.m. to find out more about the organization and how you can help! To learn more, contact Michiko Yoshino ’17,


Are you in need of a road map to find a summer internship? Come learn about the CCI resources you can use to navigate your way to a summer position.

Join STEM advisors Mary Lothrop and Dr. Hannah Benz over Noonies sandwiches in the Adirondack House, room 203 on Monday January 26, 2015 from 12:30-2:00 PM.

  • Learn how to optimize your cover letter and resume
  • Discover the power of networking and how to research internship opportunities online
  • See how MOJO and MiddNet can be used to find an internship or job in your filed of interest.
  • Learn about our Peer Career Advisors, and hop over to Quick Questions at CCI to have your resume and cover letter reviewed.

The American Student Dental Association (ASDA) at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine invites all pre-dental students to register for our annual Introduction to Dentistry course held at our school (188 Longwood Avenue). The student-run course will meet every other Wednesday, 6:00 – 8:00 pm from Feb 4th to April 22nd. Through our course you can expect to gain a broad exposure to the field of dentistry, strengthen your dental application, and receive mentorship from current dental students.

Interested students should contact the course coordinators at or myself at for information regarding registration. Enrollment is limited to 35 students so we kindly ask you to register at your earliest convenience.


The Research on Adaptation to Climate Change (RACC) internship program is designed to provide students with summer research opportunities in lake and watershed biogeochemistry, ecology, climatology, hydrology, and environmental policy and management.

Our goal is to encourage a diverse group of talented students to explore careers in scientific research.  You can help us meet this goal by sharing this information with students and faculty contacts you feel would benefit from this opportunity.  Please refer to the attached brochure and the VT EPSCoR website for additional information:  Applications are due by Friday, February 6th.

We are currently seeking energetic summer staff who are looking to make a difference and gain rewarding experiences working with people who have disabilities. There is no experience necessary; the perfect staff member is simply someone who is excited to learn and has a passion for helping others.

Wisconsin Badger Camp is a residential summer camp that serves children and adults with developmental, physical and/or emotional/behavioral disabilities. Our campers range in age from 3 to 93 and have a wide range of diagnoses such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Epilepsy, Spina Bifida and many other conditions. Uniquely, Wisconsin Badger Camp does not turn any campers away based on the severity of their disability or their inability to pay for camp.
Wisconsin Badger Camp offers staff more than just a summer pay check; we offer a summer of new experiences, growth, friendships and memories to last a lifetime! At Badger Camp, staff will gain valuable life and professional skills including experience working in an inclusionary setting while receiving training and enrichment opportunities. We offer a competitive salary package which includes room and board for the duration of the summer season and the possibility of completing required internships for college credits! Wisconsin Badger Camp’s 2014 summer dates of hire start May 29th and end August 15th.
For more information, visit our website.

We seek a highly motivated and organized individual to join our efforts to investigate the molecular basis of red blood cell production and how this goes awry in human disease. We utilize modern human genetic approaches to gain insight into diseases of red blood cell production and we use cell biological and biochemical approaches to understand the pathogenesis of these disorders. The selected candidate will work on experimental research projects directly with the laboratory principal investigator (80% effort) and will also spend 20% effort on laboratory management duties, including purchase ordering and preparation of
general lab supplies. A highly motivated and productive technician may get the opportunity to lead an independent research project within the laboratory.

A bachelor’s degree is required, preferably with formal study in molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, chemistry, or computational biology. The candidate must be a responsible individual with strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Previous experience in scientific research would be an asset. Experience with culture of blood cells is not required, but enthusiasm for learning such approaches is essential. Additionally, experience with computational biology or computer programming could be helpful.

40 hour/week full-­‐‑time position with flexible hours and competitive salary/fringe benefits. Anticipated start date is June to August of 2015. A 2-­‐‑year minimum commitment is required. A great transition opportunity for a graduating undergraduate student interested in pursuing a graduate and/ or medical education after 2 or more years. Prior technicians working with the
principal investigator have had several co-­‐‑author publications in major journals including Science, Nature, and The New England Journal of Medicine. This position would allow the individual to have close interactions with scientists and clinicians at Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s Hospital, the Dana-­‐‑Farber Cancer Institute, and the Broad Institute in Cambridge, MA.

Please send inquiries and resume to principal investigator. College transcripts and 3 letters of reference will be needed upon request.

Job Function: Research technician and laboratory manager.
Additional Details: Boston Children’s Hospital Boston is one of the top pediatric research
centers in the world, and a major research and teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
Application Method: Please apply by email to laboratory principal investigator:
Vijay G. Sankaran, M.D., Ph.D.

  • CCI Health Professions

    Contact Us / Advising

    Mary Lothrop, Director, Health Professions & STEM Advising ext 5077 CCI Offices, Adirondack House 112

    Hannah Benz, M.D., Health Professions & STEM Clinical Research Advisor ext 5804 CCI Offices, Adirondack House 111

    Nicole Veilleux, Administrative Coordinator ext 2455 CCI Offices, Adirondack House 102

    Professor Roger Sandwick, Health Professions Committee Co-Chair ext 3496 McCardell Bicentennial Hall 451