Are you still deciding on the career path you want to take? Interested in taking a gap year before going back to school or jumping into a full time career? Do you desire to make a difference? If so, join us to learn more about post-grad service opportunities with City Year! Join our virtual info session to learn more about our work as Student Success Coaches, get clarity around the benefits package, and gain knowledge about the application process.
*PLEASE NOTE: You will receive a link to a Skype meeting either the DAY BEFORE or the DAY OF the scheduled Virtual Info Session. You do not need a Skype account, if you are joining the meeting on the computer. If you choose to join the meeting on your phone, you will need to first download the Skype app and create an account.
To join the CITY YEAR event, sign up on Handshake HERE.
This is a great opportunity during J-term to use the added help and motivation to get you on track for exploring the opportunities out there.
Are you looking for greater clarity and confidence about your interests, purpose and what matters most to you in finding and doing purposeful work?
Are you unsure how to structure a strategic job search to maximize your time and energy?
Are you clearly communicating your skills, assets and talents in a clear and succinct personal story?
If any of this resonates with you and where you are, join me with a group of like-minded peers for a 1.5 hour workshop to get you started. We’ll share techniques and tools to get you over the hump and on your way to learning how to activate our Middlebury network, identifying meaningful opportunities using targeted resources and learn how to translate your college experiences to tell the relevant stories to organizations and companies you’d LOVE to work for.
Join us for a 1 ½ hour workshop based on the NYT-bestselling book, Designing Your Life: How to Build a Joyful, Well-Lived Life. We will introduce you to design thinking tools that will help you creatively bring balance and focus to big life decisions (i.e summer internships, majors, career exploration, study abroad, etc). Leave with a personal strategy for planning out your time at Middlebury, and beginning to envision a meaningful life beyond.
Hole in the Wall is a non-profit organization based in Connecticut that provides residential camp programming and regional outreach to children and families dealing with serious and chronic illnesses. Staff and volunteer opportunities are fun, fulfilling, and look great on a resume.
They are also looking to fill a post-grad position in Philadelphia with a graduating senior who is highly motivated to develop and deliver Hole in the Wall Gang Camp style activities and interactions to young people (toddler through young adult), individually and in groups, in hospital and clinic settings. They will collaborate with on-site professionals to offer supportive and uplifting programs for children and families affected by childhood illness and bring the spirit of The Hole In The Wall Gang Camp (Safety, Respect and Love) to all activities and interactions.
There are lots of really cool internships and jobs in Handshake under the lens of SOCIAL IMPACT: environmental, non profit, social services, agriculture, utilities and renewable energy, international development and MORE. Take the time over break to check them out HERE.
Doug Piper, a math teacher at The Lawrenceville School outside of Princeton New Jersey sent us this recruiting info: The Lawrenceville School is a 9th-12th grade boarding school of about 820 students. Each year we hire a Mathematics Fellow, typically a recent college graduate with an interest in teaching math; they are looking for math majors and minors. The position is a 2-year, full-time contract and includes housing and healthcare benefits. Candidates would be interested in teaching various levels of math and coaching 2 interscholastic sports. The 2-year program also includes graduate coursework, and the Fellows earn a Master’s degree in Education from UPenn concurrently.
Candidates should apply directly using the link below, or through The Lawrenceville School’s website (About tab, Employment tab). All are welcome to reach out with questions!