Author Archives: Tracy Himmel Isham

Join the Discussion & Screening of Modified: A Food Lover’s Journey into GMOs 10/16 @ 6:30p

After screening at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival this summer, the award-winning documentary film “Modified” returns to the Marquis Theatre for a special one-night only screening in company of the filmmaker and the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont. The special screening is being held to mark World Food Day. Please help us spread the word by forwarding this invitation to friends & colleagues who may be interested in attending!

Tuesday, October 16 at 6:30 pm
The Marquis Theatre, Middlebury
Q & A with the filmmaker and NOFA-VT will follow

“Modified” tells the story of a very personal mother-daughter investigative journey into the complex world of genetically modified foods (GMOs). The film, which has received 10 awards since its release, was partially filmed in Vermont and highlights the state’s historic fight for GMO labelling, as well as Vermont’s short-lived GMO labelling law which was overturned by federal legislation in 2016.

The film is also a visual celebration of food and the love of cooking, highlighting recipes and cooking vignettes from the filmmaker’s farm-to-table cooking show on PBS Food. World-renowned chef Jacques Pépin calls the film “a very personal, tender, touching tribute to a great mom, and a well-researched, enlightening and powerful documentary”.

The film is also being shown in Burlington at Vermont International Film Festival on October 19th, and at Montpelier’s Savoy Theater on October 17th.

For a full list of screenings and to watch the film’s trailer, please visit:

We look forward to seeing you in Vermont!

Talk with Anna Cerf ’18 at EF Education First: Hiring Full-time & Paid Internship Opportunites

EF Education First is hiring: EF360 Global Management Trainee & EF 360 Summer Internship

WHEN:  Thursday, October 18th 2018

TIME: 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

WHERE: ADK House, Library

TO ATTEND: RSVP on Handshake

Talk with Alum Anna Cerf ’18 about the positions available and working at EF Education First. At EF Education First, we are travelers, innovators, thinkers and doers. We readily promote an open and collaborative workspace with not a single cubicle in sight! Our people are our biggest asset, and together we have created a culture of cooperation, project ownership, and impact. As the world leader in international education, with more than 43,000 staff and teachers working in 53 countries around the globe, our mission is simple: opening the world through education. Since we were founded 50 years ago, EF has helped more than 15 million people see the world, learn a language, or earn an academic degree. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to join our one-of-a-kind team!

Using Technology to Address Global Challenges & Make a Lasting Impact

Social Impact at Google is one of the many areas of concentration in the work they do as “[they] seek to improve people’s lives by building and enabling disruptive technology that reinvents the way society addresses shared challenges.  The Social Impact teams are seeking exceptional people for roles in software engineering, marketing, strategy and partnerships, with a passion for solving some of the world’s biggest challenges.”

Click a team below to learn more about Social Impact at Google.

As the Fall semester continues, we want to keep you in the loop on all things Google so you might take advantage of ways to pull in the social impact opportunities. The Google University Programs team has created a monthly announcements newsletter that includes important dates and job/internship opportunities.

Their recent newsletter offers tips on making the most out of the recruiting season and developing your skills for the new academic year. Examples include:

  • Ask a Googler: Interview Prep Edition – Tuesday, October 16th at 9:00 PM EST – Googlers will cover internship and full time opportunities, who is eligible to apply, and important deadlines to be aware of.
  • Ask a Googler: Resume Edition -Wednesday, October 17th at 9:00 PM EST – Google recruiters will be available to answer your questions and offer up advice. They will also be taking live questions.
  • Ask a Googler: Opportunities/Deadlines -Thursday, October 18th at 6:30 PM EST – Google recruiters will be available to answer your questions and offer up advice when it comes to getting ready for the technical interview. Make sure to watch their Virtual Career Fair session below (there are 3 videos.) They will also be taking live questions.

Also watch the FAQs and Resume Tips.

If you’re interested in being added to that email list, please contact CCI’s Nicole Veilleux.

Hole in the Wall Info Session Brings a Different Kind of Healing to Seriously Ill Children

WHEN: Tuesday, October 2nd 2018

TIME: 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm ED

LOCATION: Adirondack House, Library

Come join staff from The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp to discuss their paid summer staff and year-round volunteer opportunities. Hole in the Wall is a non-profit organization based in Connecticut founded in 1988 by Paul Newman with one simple premise in mind: that every child, no matter their illness, could experience the transformational spirit and friendships that go hand-in-hand with camp. The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp’s signature summer program offers week-long residential Camp sessions for seriously ill children aged 7 – 15 and their siblings. Campers participate in traditional camp activities, while receiving care from a significant, yet unobtrusive, medical presence. All camps are free of charge to the campers and their families. Staff and volunteer opportunities are fun and fulfilling.
To apply on Handshake for the summer camp counselor opportunities, click HERE.

Fall Family Weekend Invite to Sushi & Social Change

You are invited, along with your parents, grandparents, friends, and/or host families to a fun event where you will reflect on different ways to think about being a change maker and finding Purpose in your work and learning.

WHEN: Saturday, October 6th 2018

TIME: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT

 WHERE: Adirondack House, Coltrane Lounge

A unique, Fall Family Weekend opportunity for students to network with parents who have worked to advance the common good—planned or through happenstance—whether through careers in the public, nonprofit, business, or environmental sectors, serving on boards, or volunteering. Whether it’s in public health, public interest law, the government, social services, community development, advocacy for better school lunches, or microfinance, this is an opportunity for you, students, to interact with professionals (parents!), promoting a deeper understanding of the different sectors while thinking about how to craft a career with a positive social impact.  Students, please join us for some delicious sushi (for real!) and help inspire and guide your elders to reflect on a life of meaning.

Winter Term Opportunities in Social Impact & Education

Listed below are just a few of the over 25 Winter Term internships for credit listed in Handshake. Check them out HERE for a full peak at the listings: