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Upcoming events and deadlines this week

Here are some special programs and opportunities to pay attention to:

Oak Hill Advisors  Information Session

Monday, Oct 15 at 7 pm in Hillcrest 103


National Life Rotational Development Program Info Session

Wednesday, Oct 17 at 7 pm in Axin 229


Talk with Anna Cerf ’18 about EF Education First opportunities

Thursday, Oct 18 at 12:30 in ADK Library

EF Education First is hiring: EF360 Global Management Trainee and EF 360 Summer Internship (paid)


Talk with Isabelle Tabah ’18 about Oxeon Partners

Thursday, Oct 18 at 4 pm in ADK Library

We are a healthcare growth services firm. We connect our healthcare company partners with the fundamental drivers of business growth – great people, great business development partnerships, strategic investments, next generation business ideas and other growth-related services.


Management Leaders for Tomorrow Info Session

Thursday, Oct 18 at 7 pm in Hillcrest 103

Are you a Sophomore that identifies as Black, Hispanic and/or Native American? Are you interested in careers in Consulting, Finance, Nonprofit, Technology, Healthcare, Media/Entertainment, and/or Marketing? If yes, please join us to learn more about MLT and the opportunities it offers to high-achieving diverse talent.  *First Years are also welcome.  Presented by 2 seniors currently finishing the program.


Barclay’s Markets Division Info Session

Friday, Oct 19 at 12:15 in Axinn 229



Careers in Law, Government and Arts Panel with 3 alumni on Oct 19

You are invited to join us for this special annual event:

Alumni Symposium on Careers in Law, Government and the Arts

Friday, October 19, at 4:00 PM in Hillcrest 103

The Pre-Law Club, the Center For Careers and Internships, and Midd Law are pleased to sponsor this event featuring:

Professor Jocelyn Samuels, Executive Director, The Williams Institute, UCLA Law School; Director of the Office of Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services from 2014 to 2017; Columbia law school; Middlebury College 1977.

Mr. Danny Zwang, Associate Cataloguer, Impressionist and Modern Art, Sotheby’s; Middlebury College 2015

Ms. Rachel Frank, 3L at Yale Law School, Middlebury College, 2016

Panel presentations will be followed by a Question and Answer period and you are welcome to join our guests for dinner at Ross Commons.

Click here to let us know you’re coming.

Hot opportunities not to miss

These all look really good:

1.) The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection is recruiting this fall for the Director’s Financial Analyst position. This unique, two-year rotational fellowship sits at the intersection of the federal government and the financial services industry. Director’s Financial Analysts are given the opportunity to hone analytical and problem solving skills while helping to make markets for consumer financial products work for Americans.  Read the full description in Handshake here.  Deadline is October 20.

2.)  Winter Term Internship in Boston with Judge – also an alum!  More here in Handshake

3.)  Winter Term Internship here in Midd with the Addison County District Attorney.  More here in Handshake

4.)  Legislative Winter Term internship at the Vermont State House with the Agency of Agriculture and Food Markets.  More here in Handshake



Hot Consulting Opportunities with Deadlines and Events Coming Soon

I want to highlight a few consulting opportunities that sound really good.

1.)  Edgeworth Economics extended their deadline for the entry level JOB to Monday night, October 8.  Apply in Handshake here

2.) The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection is recruiting this fall for the Director’s Financial Analyst position. This unique, two-year rotational fellowship sits at the intersection of the federal government and the financial services industry. Director’s Financial Analysts are given the opportunity to hone analytical and problem solving skills while helping to make markets for consumer financial products work for Americans.  Read the full description in Handshake here.  Deadline is October 20.

3.)  Growth Strategy Consulting at Beacon Group.  INFO session with employer,  Oct 9.  RSVP here

4.)  Camber Collective JOB deadline October 15. (Social impact consulting in San Fran or Seattle).  Apply here

5.)  Seurat Group Business Analyst JOB deadline October 31, apply here

6.)  Mars & Co, JOB deadline:  Nov 1.  Apply here

7.)  Multiple Winter Term internships look great:

Law School application tips: Join us Tuesday, Oct 9 for “What works and does not, presented by Dean’s from Tulane and Seton Hall Law Schools”

Application “Geography”: Beyond The Horizon Of The Personal Statement.

Tuesday, October 9th 2018

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm in Hillcrest 103

While you may be stressing and struggling with the writing and editing of a law school personal statement, your application “journey” often includes mastering a range of written submissions. In this session, two admissions deans will take you on a “trip” exploring the challenges (and opportunities) in crafting:

* Diversity Statements

* Character/ Fitness Disclosures

* “Why ‘X’ Law School?” Questions

* Academic/Testing Addenda

This session will get you to start thinking about how each of these submissions provides you an opportunity to strengthen your application, even when you might be explaining a weakness! In this interactive and relaxed discussion format, we will share some examples of application submissions that, while not always coming in for a perfect landing , still provide lessons on effective ways to navigate sometimes difficult waters.

Click here to let us know you’re coming.:

New J-term academic internship: Health Policy in Action

Professor Jessica Holmes will be offering a new JTerm academic internship course called “Health Policy in Action”. Perfect for students interested in health care, public policy, and/or government affairs  This course will combine a four day/week internship (Tuesday-Friday) at a Vermont health care organization with one day/week in the classroom (Mondays 9-11), providing the opportunity to apply liberal arts learning to real-world experience in addressing critical issues facing the state of Vermont and its citizens. Students will work with local organizations on specific topics such drug-reimportation, hospital-produced environmental waste, food insecurity and diabetes, childhood trauma, health policy legislation in the VT statehouse, physician burnout, hospital quality, and workforce shortages. Class time will be spent debriefing the internship experience, building skills relevant to health policy analysis and working on the research project. Grading will be based on participation, evaluation by internship sponsor, evidence of personal growth, and performance on final research project.

Enrollment in the course is by approval only. Interested applicants must submit a resume to Professor Jessica Holmes ( with subject line JTERM) and a short online application (LINK to app is here: by October 20.

Please note: The College has rented a shared house for students doing internships in Montpelier/Waterbury.  There are some funds to defray travel expenses (gas and/or ACTR to Burlington) and we will cover hotel accommodations in Burlington during bad weather. Some students may be asked to offer short rides to/from work for others without cars.

Below you will find more specific information about the internships available. If you have questions, please reach out to Professor Jessica Holmes (


Vermont Agency of Human Services (Waterbury, VT)

Sponsor: Ena Backus, Director of Health Care Reform for the State of VT

Project will explore drug re-importation as a strategy to reduce the cost of pharmaceutical drugs in VT.


Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (Montpelier, VT)

Sponsor:  Jeff Tieman, President and CEO

Project will focus on how Vermont can reduce the long-term consequences of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and specifically the role that hospitals might play in reducing the causes and consequences of childhood trauma.


House Health Committee-Vermont state legislature (Montpelier, VT)

Sponsors:  Rep. Bill Lippert, Chair, and Rep. Anne Donahue, Vice Chair

Intern will serve as a research assistant for the House Health Committee, providing background and analysis for health policy bills as they arise in session.


Vermont Medical Society (Montpelier, VT)

Sponsor:  Jessa Barnard, Executive Director

Project will focus on identifying strategies to reduce the administrative burden currently faced by many providers in the state.


Vermont Program for Quality in Health Care (Montpelier, VT)

Sponsor:  Catherine Fulton, Executive Director

Project will focus on how we might better measure and compare hospital quality in the state.


Bi-State Primary Care Association (Montpelier, VT)

Sponsor:  Georgia Majeras, Executive Director

Project will focus on better understanding the link between food insecurity and the prevalence of diabetes in VT.


University of Vermont Health Network (Burlington, VT)

Sponsor: Eve Hoar, Network Director, Strategic & Business Planning

Two possible projects: One will evaluate how to measure the “return on investment” for dollars earmarked for improving population health, and the other will rely on lessons learned in behavioral economics to develop strategies to engage and “nudge” consumers to make healthier choices.


University of Vermont Medical Center (Burlington, VT)

Sponsor: Mitchell H. Tsai, MD, MMM

Project will evaluate the environmental impact of hospital services in Vermont (e.g., disposal of solid waste, use of reusable vs single-use equipment, drainage of intravenous medications into local and regional water systems) and make recommendations for waste mitigation.

Green Mountain Care Board (Montpelier, VT)

Sponsor: Susan Barrett, Executive Director of Green Mountain Care Board

Two possible projects: One will help the GMCB design a health resource allocation plan for the state of Vermont and the other will help identify workforce strategies to reduce the growing shortage of health care providers in the state.

Design your Life Workshop, Monday 10/8 at 12:15 with Lunch


Design Thinking is a creative process that has led to transformative products (Apple’s iPhone) and services (Lyft). It can also be used to help people answer the question, “What do I want to be when I grow up?” In this workshop, Kyle Williams of the University of Notre Dame, and former fellow in the Life Design Lab at Stanford, will teach you some ways to apply Design Thinking and build a fulfilling, impactful life that reflects your values and skills.

Meet us at Hillcrest Room 200 (upstairs classroom) from 12:15-1:15 on Monday, October 8. Lunch will be provided  Sign up here.