Author Archives: Timothy Mosehauer

Oliver Wyman Diversity Forum in NYC – apply by March 4

Oliver Wyman invites you to apply for the opportunity to connect with consultants in our New York office on Friday, March 20, 2018 through a series of workshops and professional development sessions hosted by our Employee Resource Groups: WOW (Women of Oliver Wyman), GLOW (LGBTQA+ of Oliver Wyman), and EMPOWERED (Employees of Oliver Wyman Enabling Racial and Ethnic Diversity).

Please apply here: Please be sure to submit your resume, transcript, and a brief cover letter (200 words or less) to express your interest in this program and which Employee Resource Group you would like to learn more about. Applications are due at 11:59PM on Sunday, March 4th, 2018


Announcing trip to Washington DC over spring break to meet alumni in government, policy and advocacy

Looking for a fun and inspiring way to spend the beginning of your spring break? The Center for Careers and Internships will sponsor and lead a group of students in Washington, DC on Monday, March 26 and Tuesday, March 27 to expose you to the different ways that organizations, whether government, nonprofits, or private, can make a difference through collective impact.

What is the D.C. Trek?

Gain a better understanding of these industries and explore the career paths of alumni at a variety of organizations in D.C. Activities will include site visits and multiple opportunities for networking.

Who should apply?

If you are interested in learning about or working in these industries, this trek is for you! All majors and class levels are welcomed.

To apply:  click HERE 

Questions? Contact Tim Mosehauer @

Help children avoid deportation in NYC – legal internship this summer

Safe Passage Project is a non-profit organization providing free legal services to children in New York threatened with deportation. No child should face immigration court alone. Legal services are provided either by one of our staff attorneys or by pro bono lawyers that we train and mentor. We frequently help children in Immigration Court, Family Court, the Asylum Office, USCIS, and in appeals. We seek fair, compassionate, and equal treatment of all immigrant children.

As part of this internship you can help obtain guardianship orders, custody orders, or special findings orders in New York Family Court, interview children and their relatives to assess whether they were abused, abandoned, or neglected by one of their parents, and gather proof about the danger for children in countries such as El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Deadline is March 23.  This is an unpaid internship, but if you secure it soon, you can apply for CCI funding by April 8.

All the details in Handshake here.

Info Session about Vermont Business Strategy & Consulting PAID Summer Internships

Join us Monday, February 26 at 7 pm in ADK Library to learn more about this opportunity.  For students interested in leading a business, non-profit, or other organization, or in management consulting as a career, this internship provides an in-depth hands-on experience working on key strategic management issues for a local enterprise.

You will apply to 1 of these 3 choices: Middlebury DLINQ: Exploring technology/digital in education and citizenship OR Opportunities Credit Union: Engaging Impact Investors OR Carrot (a startup with a Midd alum founder): Digital organizational development for small business

Interns will participate in a short orientation in late April on campus and should expect to spend 30 hours per week from June 4 to July 27 on this internship, primarily working on their projects, but also including a weekly review session with the other interns. Interns will receive guidance and mentoring from clients and an experienced management & strategy consultant.

Interns will receive a stipend of $3,000 and on campus housing is available.

Rising sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply.

Click here to learn more about the opportunity on Handshake.  Deadline is March 4, but apply soon!

International Research Assistant Job available via alum referral

We were alerted by an alum of this outstanding opportunity!  Check it out:

Mathematica seeks research assistants committed to carrying out research related to programs and policies in developing countries. Our research ranges from understanding program impacts to using evidence to advise clients on how best to channel scarce resources.

Candidates should enjoy working in a collaborative environment that emphasizes quality, rigor, critical thinking, teamwork, and professional development. The position may be filled in our offices located in Cambridge, Oakland, Princeton, Seattle, Washington, D.C., and Chicago.

Mathematica is an internationally recognized nonpartisan research organization that conducts social policy studies in the areas of health, education, nutrition, child development, and related topics in the United States and in developing countries. Our mission is to improve public well-being by bringing the highest standards of quality, objectivity, and excellence to bear on the work we do for government agencies, private foundations, and other private sector organizations. Mathematica has a portfolio of impact evaluations across Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa, in health, education, agriculture, infrastructure, democracy and governance, and a variety of other fields. In addition to hundreds of impact evaluations conducted in the United States, Mathematica has conducted randomized and quasi-experimental studies in over 40 countries in Latin America, Asia, Africa, and former Soviet Republics in the past five years alone.

Apply HERE on the company website.  Deadline soon!

Paid public service internship in DC this summer

The Partnership for Public Service is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with a big mission: we’re working to ensure the federal government is dynamic, innovative and that it effectively serves the American people. We’ve got a great team that helps make it happen.

Our staff is diverse in experience and perspective, but at our core, we share a lot of the same traits. We are mission-driven, creative, collaborative, optimistic and inclusive.

Our work is strategic, fast-paced and guided by our values:

  • Passion for public service and our work toward a more effective government
  • People who promote a culture of learning, leadership, collaboration, inclusion and respect
  • Persistence to drive change, take strategic risks and deliver results
  • Promise to be trustworthy, nonpartisan and fiscally responsible

We hire smart and friendly people who are great at what they do and good to one another in the process. Are you ready to join our team?

Check out the details in Handshake here:

3 paralegal jobs at big law firm Cleary Gottlieb in NYC

We were alerted by an alum at Cleary Gottlieb to 3 great paralegal positions.  They are eager to get applications from graduating seniors at Midd.

A leading international law firm with 16 offices located in major financial centers around the world, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP has helped shape the globalization of the legal profession for more than 65 years. Our worldwide practice has a proven track record for innovation and providing work of the highest quality to meet the needs of our domestic and international clients

Litigation Paralegal:

Corporate Paralegal:

Private Equity Paralegal:

Deadline is not for a while, but why wait?  Apply now if you’re interested.