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Medical Assistant for Pre-Medical Gap Year Students

Interested in taking a gap year? The Kuchnir Dermatology Bridge Year Program is an excellent clinical experience perfect for those interested in pursuing an interactive, patient-oriented gap year for 14- or 26-months before medical school matriculation!

Students in the program learn about Dermatology by scribing for physicians, coordinating patient care, and attending educational events. This unique opportunity allows students to develop strong interpersonal skills with patients along with a solid foundation of the healthcare system, especially the intricacies of administrative work that go into achieving high-quality patient care.

They are looking for highly energetic students passionate about patient care with an aspiration to become a well-rounded physician. Applicants must demonstrate excellent communication skills, a strong work ethic, and a passion for the life-long learning that is required once matriculating to medical school. The program offers positions in the Boston area along with a few opportunities out-of-state. Deadline Thursday January 18th 2018. 

Learn more in Handshake!

New York City Bar presents FREE LSAT prep classes this January

This annual comprehensive two-day workshop for college students and recent graduates provides information on everything from the LSAT through the first year of law school. The program includes LSAT Preview Classes by leading test prep companies, as well as panels with admissions representatives and law students from regional law schools and culminates with a Networking Fair. All participants will receive materials on admissions and financial aid, and will be entered into a raffle for free prep courses at the Fair.

Thursday, January 4 and Friday, January 5, 2018 | 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

There is no fee for this event

More details and registration here:  http://www.nycbar.org/serving-the-community/diversity-and-inclusion/student-pipeline-programs/programs/lsatlaw-school-prep-series-lsat-prep

 

Find 16M Jobs and Internships at home and abroad

GoinGlobal is the leading career and employment resource for jobs and internships at home and abroad, including an excellent source for study abroad pre-departure information. To help you get the most out of GoinGlobal’s extensive resources, we encourage you to attend one of our online training webinars.

Register for upcoming sessions at Student Training Registration

Date Time/Time zone
Thursday, December 14, 2017 4:00 p.m. EST
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 7:00 p.m. EST
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 4:00 p.m. EST

 

If you cannot make these dates, check the GoinGlobal homepage for future sessions.

With GoinGlobal you can:

  • View GoinGlobal on-the-go from any mobile device with our new responsive site design
  • Receive instant updates on new job listings and internship opportunities matching your search criteria as a benefit of establishing a Personal Account. A “My GoinGlobal” account also provides a customized career experience, allowing you to bookmark and save the content and resources of interest to you.
  • Experience GoinGlobal in more than 50 languages with our automatic translation feature

Please join us for an upcoming training session to learn how GoinGlobal can fast track your career goals.

CHANGE IN PAYROLL DEADLINE FOR THE LAST PAYROLL OF 2017 (BW26)

The College will be closed for the December break beginning at 5:01pm on Friday, December 22, 2017 and will end at 11:59pm on Monday, January 1, 2018. The following change has been made to the time entry and time approval deadline.

  • Deadline for submitting AND approving time – Friday, 12/15/17 at NOON (12:00pm)
    •  Remember to submit your time prior to NOON to allow supervisors adequate time to approve timesheets; please note, the pay period is 12/04/17-12/17/17 and does not include any Holiday time.
  • Paychecks* will be delivered through regular campus mail on Friday, 12/22/17
  • Paychecks* and direct deposits will be dated Friday, 12/22/17

*Sign up for direct deposit now at go/payroll/direct deposit

 Please inform all your staff of this change in the payroll schedule

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Oliver Wyman Women’s Leadership Series – apply by January 15

OLIVER WYMAN INVITES YOU TO APPLY FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO CONNECT WITH WOMEN LEADERS AT OUR FIRM THROUGH A SERIES OF WORKSHOPS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS

The Women’s Leadership Series is open to undergraduates in their sophomore year. Programming will be held on three Fridays throughout the Winter and Spring of 2018. Those who are interested in the program must apply and be selected to attend the series. See how to apply below.

Please apply here: www.oliverwyman.com/WomensLeadershipSeries2018
Please be sure to submit your resume, transcript, and a brief cover letter (250 words or less) to express your interest in this program.

Applications are due at 11:59PM on Monday, January 15th

I Use a Wheelchair. And Yes, I’m Your Doctor.

Many thanks to our colleague Susan Burch for sharing this article with us!

“People with disabilities often express fear or dissatisfaction with our health care system because they face poor access and discriminatory attitudes. This must change. Perhaps having more doctors with disabilities is one solution. As with any underrepresented group in medicine, professional diversity should reflect our population’s diversity. That simple change can bring awareness, empathy and a shared experience that ultimately makes all of us better.”

Read the full NYT Opinion piece by .

Throwback Thursday: Zach Schuetz

 

Some of the employees working within the libraries once had other roles and separate affiliations with Middlebury. Follow their (r)evolutions on the first Thursday of every month this semester.

Name: Zach Schuetz  

Former Role(s) on Campus: Class of 2011, Japanese Major, Linguistics Minor; Japanese Language School 2009

Current Role on Campus: Senior Technology Specialist; Advisor, Xenia Social House

When was this photo taken? Fall 2008, at the Quidditch World Cup (then hosted in Middlebury.)

What were you doing in this photo?

Just observing, though in other years I competed or performed with the Mountain Ayres for the halftime show.

How have things changed in your life since then? I’ve gained a lot of perspective on what I want out of life and what I’m willing to do to get there. For example, I love teaching, so at the time I was planning to be a college professor. But I’m not that excited about doing original research, so instead I found a position where I still get to teach and answer questions, but in a less formal setting, and without the stress of grad school and adjunct hell.

What hasn’t? I still speak Japanese sometimes, and I still enjoy watching anime, playing tabletop games, and attending events at Xenia. I also wear my wizard hat to work on special occasions.

What’s your favorite thing about your job? The satisfaction of solving a difficult puzzle, helping students and faculty do all the awesome things they do (both in an IT context and at Xenia), and getting to live and work in the wonderful community at Midd.

What is on the horizon? Getting more involved with the community and seeking social and romantic opportunities here and in Burlington. Paying off student loans and saving up for a down payment on a house so I can start to think about settling down.

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