Tetra Tech IDS (https://tetratechintdev.com) is now accepting applications for internships at their Burlington, VT and Arlington, VA offices for summer 2018. They will offer a total of 4 internships and interns will learn from and work with their technical programs team or operational team professionals. Application deadlines are approaching fast and all internships will begin in early June. We have several Middlebury alumni working there now (check out LinkedIn).
They currently have 4 postings in Handshake!
Tetra Tech creates practical, sustainable, and environmentally responsible solutions to address the world’s most complex challenges. Their service areas include agriculture and economic growth; democracy and governance; energy; environment and natural resources; land tenure and property rights; water supply and sanitation; architecture, engineering, and construction services; and global security. Tetra Tech creates practical, sustainable, and environmentally responsible solutions for federal agencies, governments, multilateral banks, and multinational corporations.
Their approach is based on sound science, stakeholder engagement, capacity building, and innovative technologies and best practices. Their goal on every project is to ensure local ownership and sustainable development long after their work is complete. Their expertise includes monitoring and evaluation tools, grants management systems, compliance systems, and public-private partnerships.
Do you have any new staff members joining your team in the coming months? Information Technology Services (ITS) offers a monthly workshop with new hires in mind called “ITS & You: Technology Services Overview.”
We introduce services and resources provided by ITS to all Middlebury campus employees, including: email, file storage, account security, online learning, and how to obtain computing help. The workshop format is presentation-style with questions entertained along the way, followed by an optional half hour for hands-on assistance with specific questions. Our complete workshop schedule can be viewed at http://go/techworkshops/.
Although geared toward new or recent hires, everyone is welcome to attend — with the ever-changing world of technology, even not-so-new staff might surprise themselves with an “aha” moment or two. Please ask employees to sign up using our online form, or you can complete the form on their behalf.
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.
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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!