Approaching Morgan Stanley Sales & Trading Deadlines

Morgan Stanley’s Emma Kitchen (Class of 2014) asked us to send a friendly reminder.  The 2018 summer program deadlines are next Sunday, October 1 at 11:59pm EST. Following is the FID and IED application links below for you.  Apply through Handshake and on the MS website (as explained in the Handshake postings).

2018 Fixed Income Sophomore Summer Analyst Program (New York)

2018 Institutional Equity Sophomore Summer Analyst Program (New York)

2018 Institutional Equity Sales & Trading Summer Analyst Program (New York)

 

Engineering Fellows Program at Kleiner Perkins (KPCB)

KPCB Fellows spend their time working at companies like Pinterest, Coursera, DoorDash, Airbnb, Square, Slack or another company in the #KPFamily. The work experience is incredibly valuable as fellows are mentored by a senior technical leader. At the same time, you are also invited to one-of-a-kind events hosted by KPCB where you meet partners from Kleiner Perkins, CEOs and senior executives from many of our portfolio companies, and other bright fellows who will go on to change technology in the future. The idea is to expose you to as much as we can offer, so that you can leave your the summer with a better understanding of how iconic companies are built and hopefully, one day, start your own or be a part of the beginning of a new venture. As a Fellow, you’ll be joining a network of amazing alumni fellows who have gone on to be venture capitalists, start their own companies, join rapidly growing startups and so much more.

The answer to most questions can be found on http://kpcbfellows.com/faq

Over the course of a summer, KPCB Design and Engineering Fellows join our portfolio companies, where they develop their technical or design skills and are mentored by an executive within the company. Participants in our new Product Fellows program will get the chance to spend a full year working at a Silicon Valley startup. Fellows will also be invited to attend both private events held by Kleiner Perkins as well as by our portfolio companies, where they can meet other talented engineering and design students, network with luminaries in their respective fields, and explore the San Francisco Bay Area.

Learn more in Handshake, then apply online.

Become A Virtual Medical Scribe With M*Modal

Imagine if there was a chance to step into a career that allows you to understand what it takes to become a healthcare practitioner? As one of M*Modal’s Virtual Medical Scribes you have the chance to do just that!

Every day you will get to enjoy paid (virtual) shadowing with a provider and see what it takes to analyze, document, and diagnose a patient. Every day you will get to understand how a physician approaches a patient visit, how to care for each unique patient, and learn how to help each patient as though you were a physician. All the while, you get to work in the comfort of your own home allowing for a more flexible and fluid schedule!

As one of M*Modal’s medical scribes, you become a physician’s direct personal assistant helping physicians all across the nation! You will become the critical link for physicians to handle all of their electronic medical records patient to patient. You will get interpret and document the doctor patient visit and the clinical charting of each patient in its entirety.

YOU WILL…
Have a Competitive Wage and Benefits!
Work Directly with Physicians
Gain Valuable Clinical Charting Experience
Network with Healthcare Systems Nationally
Work from Home and Grow with M*Modal
Provide EHR Charting Support Directly for Healthcare Professionals
Interested? Apply in Handshake. DEADLINE 9/30!

Important Info about Apple’s Latest OS Offerings

Apple recently released a new iOS version for use on iPads and iPhones, iOS 11. You may experience difficulty connecting to Middlebury College email hosted by Microsoft when using the native iOS Mail and Calendar Apps. ITS recommends you use Outlook for iOS available free in the App Store. Apple and Microsoft are working on a solution.

Apple also announced the next version of macOS, High Sierra, available 9/25/17. ITS has instituted a block on the installation of this OS on college managed computers until it can be tested with college systems and software. Our High Sierra webpage (http://go.middlebury.edu/highsierra) will provide updates as they become available, including notes about any known issues and resolutions.

Graduate school at the Middlebury Institute in Monterey, info session Tuesday

Open Information Session: Middlebury Institute of International Studies/ Development Practice and Policy Program

Tuesday September 26: 5:15-6:45: Axinn 220

Are you considering your postgraduate career and interested in pursuing an MA at some point in the future?  Trying to figure out how to apply your language skills, interest in international affairs, economic development, environmental policy, security studies, or education in a meaningful way for a rewarding career?  Are you interested in maximizing opportunities you have for learning and professional development during your time as an undergraduate at Middlebury?

We invite you to join us at an open information session about the curricular offerings and career opportunities available at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS).  This is your chance to engage with senior faculty, gain a deeper understanding of what MIIS provides as an institution, and learn about the development practice and policy program directly from the director.

Beryl Levinger, Distinguished Professor, Chair of the Development Practice and Policy Program, and Academic Director of the Design, Partnering, Management and Innovation (DPMI) program, will join me for an open Q & A session.  You can find her complete bio here:  http://www.miis.edu/academics/short/graduate-certificate-international-development/instructors

 This is also a chance for you to find out about recently revamped accelerated degree offerings, where Middlebury alums can take advantage of guaranteed $10,000 legacy scholarships and accelerated entry that allows you to complete an MA in as little as 18 months.    

Alumni Posting :: Data Scientist Opportunity with CKM Advisors

The following post is from Christian Holmes ’14 and Alex Siega ’12:

CKM Advisors is looking to hire Middlebury students who have an interest in data science and business analytics. This is a great opportunity to use and develop skills in critical thinking and problem solving. For more information about the job or the firm, see the job description below or visit our website at ckmadvisors.com. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me or Alex Siega (class of 2012):

Job Description: 

As a Data Scientist at CKM you will help solve critical business problems for our clients across a broad range of industries. Our Data Scientists and Business Analysts work together to define the problem solving approach and collect all necessary data. These data sets vary widely in size, structure, complexity, and dimensionality.

In order to derive insight from data, we utilize a diverse set of methods and algorithms including but not limited to machine learning, text mining, process mining, network analysis, and data visualization. We rely on our Data Scientists to adapt to the rapidly evolving data science landscape by learning new techniques and technologies. In order to thrive at CKM Advisors, you will need to develop new skills to drive your projects forward; but you will also find opportunities to satisfy your natural curiosity.

We look for academic brilliance, natural curiosity, intellectual vigor, and a passion for solving complex challenges. We seek candidates who have a deep interest in developing business recommendations based on rigorous analytics. If you are ready for these opportunities and challenges, we encourage you to apply.

Applying for Winter Term Internship Credit? Follow these steps…

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 clower@middlebury.edu with any questions.

Starting now – early November, 2017: Secure your Internship

October 30-November 1, 2017: Register for the 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 follow up instructions.
  • 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 an academic 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 also 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 the necessary paperwork

DEADLINE: November 30, 2017: Forms required to complete your application:

January/February, 2017: Completing your internship

  • Submit final academic work to your academic sponsor.
  • Submit self-evaluation to the CCI.
  • Internship supervisor will also submit an evaluation.