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Graduate School of National Security on campus Monday April 23.

Join us Monday, April 23 at 12:30 in Adirondack House Library for this informational meeting.

The Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS) offers a professional and executive education that is easily tailored to students who wish to pursue a career in national security or those who currently work in the national security community. DMGS’ curriculum offerings also provide needed skills that both intersect with and are applicable to other communities such as the commercial corporate world and law enforcement. Through our three programs: National Security, Intelligence, and Managing Disruption and Violence, DMGS supports the intellectual foundations of American security policy by ensuring our education prioritizes policies and outcomes rather than traditional academic structures. DMGS enables professionals to address the national security challenges of the new century by encouraging them to rethink tradition and assess new forms of policy analysis.

Health Policy Position in the DC Office of a Democratic U.S. Senator from Hawaii – strong Midd connection

U.S. Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaii is currently hiring for an entry-level health policy staffer for his Washington, DC, office. This position has great potential for growth and promotion within the office, and it provides an opportunity to join a great work environment with a team of committed, experienced professionals.  Applicants should have:

  • a strong work ethic,
  • an interest in improving lives through public policy,
  • a demonstrated interest in health policy, and
  • ties to Hawaii, preferably as a current/former resident of the state or through work experience related to the state.

The responsibilities for this position includes conducting policy research, drafting correspondence, writing memos to brief the senator, and performing administrative duties.  This staff position is a member of the team who advises the senator on topics related to children and families, health, nutrition, seniors, veterans’ health, and women.  This includes assisting with the senator’s work on the Senate Appropriations Committee (including its health subcommittee).  The position also involves work in developing and promoting the senator’s legislation, and advancing policies that expand telehealth, improve public health, and achieve universal health coverage.  The position reports directly to the senator’s chief legislative staffer on health care policy.

There is a strong alum connection to this position.  Let me know if you’d like an introduction.

More details on Handshake here.  Apply now!

Global Operations JOB with IDinsight – in one of 6 offices around the world

IDinsight is an international development consulting organization that helps policymakers and managers make socially impactful decisions using rigorous evidence. We carefully tailor a wide range of analytical and quantitative tools to enable our clients to design better policies, rigorously test those ideas, and take informed action at scale to improve lives. Our services include experimental evaluation methodologies – including, but not limited to, randomized controlled trials – tailored to the priorities of international development decision-makers; monitoring and performance management systems to facilitate continuous data-driven improvement; policy design consulting and scale-up support.

IDinsight’s vision is to improve millions of lives by transforming how the social sector innovates, learns and improves.

Our Global Operations team will be the jet fuel to create and maintain a uniquely dynamic and high-achieving multi-cultural, multi-continental team at the cutting edge of how evidence is used to improve global development programs. This team’s mandate is to attract top talent, create the best place to thrive at work, and build the systems to allow IDinsight teams to achieve social impact. Crucially, the team will manage IDinsight’s exponential growth over the next two years, from 125 staff in 5 global offices to a team of 200+, opening ~3 new global offices.

Learn more and apply on Handshake here.

Senator Elizabeth Warren – paid internship in Boston doing digital production

Senator Elizabeth Warren, a champion for working families, is looking for a Digital Production Assistant to join her 2018 reelection campaign.

The Assistant will work with the digital team to manage the technical implementation of the Senator’s online communications, fundraising and organizing.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Loading and sending emails for a large-scale email program.
  • Building and optimizing signup forms and donation pages in BSD Tools and ActBlue; managing and updating a WordPress website.
  • Helping to design and implement a/b tests, segmentations, and website optimizations to improve our program’s performance.
  • Assisting with video and graphic design projects
  • Perform other duties – digital and non-digital – as needed.

Check it out in Handshake here and apply now!

Apply to be the U.S. Youth Observer to the United Nations at United Nations Foundation

Created to elevate youth voices in the global policy dialogue, the U.S. Youth Observer to the UN is a role appointed annually by the U.S. Department of State and UN Association of the USA. For a one-year term, an American between the ages of 18-25 is selected to engage young people in the U.S. in the work of the United Nations and international issues.

As a correspondent between U.S. missions to the UN and American youth, the Youth Observer travels throughout the United States to discover the issues important to young Americans and participates at international organization meetings.

The most critical role of the Youth Observer is to engage young Americans in the work of the UN, empowering them to be active participants in dialogue on international issues and to have a global impact. The Youth Observer will travel to high schools and colleges across the nation to build a connection between the UN and young Americans.

Learn more and apply on Handshake here!

Job opening as Litigation Fellow at Hearst Corp in NYC with strong alum connection

The Hearst Corporation Office of General Counsel is seeking a bright college senior wishing to gain paralegal experience before entering law school for a paid 1-2 year fellowship. The Hearst Fellow will support the litigation group on subpoena and other media litigation matters, and will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the varied practice of a fast-paced in-house legal department. Hearst Corporation is one of the nation’s largest diversified media companies. Its Office of General Counsel is a dynamic department involved in all facets of the Company’s business, which includes numerous daily and weekly newspapers, consumer magazines, broadcast and radio stations, interests in leading cable networks, as well as business publishing, Internet businesses, a leading features syndicate and more.  Eve Burton is the Senior VP and Chief Legal Officer and is a Middlebury Trustee. Candidates should have excellent writing, computer, organizational and communication skills, with the ability to multi-task and work with a team.

To apply, submit via email a cover letter, resume, and transcript to:

Kristina Findikyan, Esq.

Associate General Counsel

Office of General Counsel

Hearst Corporation

300 W. 57th Street, 40th Floor
New York, NY 10019

kfindikyan at

Deadline is May 11, but do not wait.  The person in the position now is a Midd alum.  Let me know if you’d like an introduction.

How to Stand Out in the Law School Admissions Process

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