Author Archives: Timothy Mosehauer

PAID internship on Capitol Hill this summer. Act fast!

College to Congress is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to creating pathways for students to intern on Capitol Hill who otherwise could not afford the opportunity – the majority of Congressional internships are unpaid, forcing students to front the bill of a $10,000.00 opportunity. This creates a barrier of entry for students with limited financial means and without political connections.

The program offers leadership training, mentorships, an alumni network, and stipends to cover flights, meals, housing, and a professional wardrobe – in other words all costs are covered. Interns are also paired with a mentor from the opposite party to demonstrate the power of moving beyond partisan conflict and forging compromise.

The program is now accepting applications to fill 20 spots of summer 2018. Deadline to apply is Nov. 24.  Apply online at

To learn more watch this 2-minute video

Consulting in the non-profit space: Quatt Associates

Quatt Associates is a boutique consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. that specializes in the not-for-profit sector. Our work includes executive and staff compensation (including compliance with applicable law), organizational planning, and surveys.

We are seeking a full-time, entry-level to early career consultant to assist us in our consulting practice. Significant undergraduate coursework in economics, mathematics, finance, business, computer science, or statistics a plus; should demonstrate strong quantitative and analytical skills, strong writing and communications skills and an attention to detail. Ability to work independently as well as a member of a team. The firm prides itself on producing customized services for a demanding client base, with the highest level of personal service.

There is strong alumni support for this position!  All the details here:


Consulting Job Spotlight: Seurat Group

 The Seurat Group is an entrepreneurial consulting and private equity firm that partners with our clients to help unlock new sources of growth. Our work is primarily in the consumer goods space – we work with everyone from leading Fortune 500 companies to high-growth Challenger Brands that are driving significant, exciting change in the industry. Our mission is to help each and every one of our clients to sell more, in more places, more profitably, to more people.

We are looking for creative, curious, entrepreneurial and team-oriented people to join the Seurat Group as Business Analysts. The Business Analyst role is primarily focused on the Consulting side of our business, and will have the opportunity to support Seurat Capital as opportunities arise. In this role, you would be a critical member of project teams, supporting the collection and analysis of data while learning how to develop new insights and creative ideas to help businesses grow in the rapidly changing consumer goods industry.

Full details in Handshake here:  Deadline Nov 30

J-term internship in Asia in the media industry

Media Partners Asia  is a leading research & advisory firm focused on media, telecoms and entertainment industries in Asia Pacific.

This is a unique role to assist MPA analysts and Vice Presidents in research across the media sector with a focus on local media players in China, Korea, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Media operators include TV broadcasters, TV and film production houses, content aggregators including free-to-air and pay-TV channel operators, online video distributors, pay-TV platforms and film exhibition companies. Topics include research and data collection on company ownership, background, history, product and service offering, and financial position (i.e. income statements, balance sheets).

All the details here in Handshake.  Act now and don’t miss out:

Generously offered by an alum!

Hertog Summer Fellowships – with alumna profile

The Hertog Foundation has opened applications for some exceptional, paid learning opportunities in Washington, DC for Summer 2018.  Hertog is a political education philanthropy with offices in DC and New York, and is dedicated to the support of programs in American intellectual, civic, and political thought.  All the details in Handshake here:

Sydney Fuqua ’13 talks about her experience as an intern and now a staff member at Hertog

sydneyDuring my junior year, an older MiddKid and friend recommended I talk to Professor Murray Dry about the Hertog Political Studies Program. It was some of the best advice I’ve ever been given.

For six weeks in Summer 2012, the Hertog Foundation provided me with a full scholarship to live and study in Washington, DC. I joined a group of 51 fellows, living at George Washington University and participating in morning classes on political philosophy and policy. Under the guidance of leading scholars and practitioners, we read classic texts and debated public policy. During afternoons, we heard from guest lecturers such as columnists David Brooks and Charles Krauthammer, scholar William Galston, and political commentator Juan Williams. We even visited the Supreme Court and met with Justice Antonin Scalia.

As an undergraduate Political Science and Economics double major, Hertog helped me connect my study of political philosophy with my interest in contemporary politics. I learned how theory and practice interact, and that policy debates are often informed by the big ideas we explore and debate as undergrads.  Hertog offers a place to discuss these ideas with the people who make and influence policy. They cover living expenses in DC and ask only that you to read and discuss thoughtfully.

Today, I work as a Program Manager with the Hertog Foundation. We are currently recruiting outstanding undergraduates and recent grads to join us next summer for either the full seven-week Hertog Political Studies Fellowship or shorter seminars within the program. All offerings include tuition, housing, course materials, and a stipend. Our courses cover a range of topics, including Literature and Politics, American Political Thought, War Studies, and political philosophy.

Over the next few months, my colleagues and I will be reviewing applications, answering questions, putting together course readers, working with faculty, and scheduling speakers. I would be thrilled to have a contingent of Middlebury applications to read.

Do you love solving tough problems with data? Check out the Boston Analytics summer fellowship


Founded in 2015, the City of Boston’s Analytics Team uses data and technology to make life better for everyone who lives and works in Boston. Mayor Walsh created our team with the goal of developing innovative programs and improving performance across all parts of City government. Our work directly tackles many of Boston’s greatest challenges, from public health and education to transit access and economic mobility, and our team plays a key role in major City initiatives such as Imagine Boston 2030 and Vision Zero. We also support departments throughout the City by providing the tools, infrastructure, and expertise to empower every City program to make data a central part of their day-to-day workflows.

All the details here:

BTS Information Session on November 15

The greatest ideas in the world will die on the vine if not properly implemented. At BTS, we turn our clients’ ideas and strategies into results. We do this by designing customized assessment and development experiences that drive innovation, alignment, and performance.

Join Rommin Adl ’87 for an information session on Wednesday Nov 15 at 7:30 pm in Axinn 219