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Great Summer Programing at Ralph Myhre Golf Course!

Take a look at some of the great programing this summer at Ralph Myhre!

Men’s Events

Monday Senior Men’s Golf:  May 1st through May 31st: Tee times beginning at 1:00 pm.  Please arrive 15 to 30 minutes early to join the group.

*Starting on June 4th, tee times will begin at 10:00 am.

Bill Davidson Men’s Thursday Golf:  1:00 pm shotgun start every Thursday.  Call the Golf Shop 802-443-5125 before noon on Thursdays to sign up for this weekly event.

Ralph Myhre Wednesday Men’s Scramble:  Shotgun start.  Starting Wednesday June 6th, weekly at 5pm.  If you like to play golf for fun, this is the outing for you!  Put your own team together or sign up as a single and we will find you a team.  Please call the golf shop by 4:00 pm on Wednesday each week to sign up. 802-443-5125

Women’s Events

Wednesday Evening Casual Golf: Starting Wednesday June 6 at 5:00 pm.  Please call the golf shop by 4:00 pm on Wednesday each week to sign up. 802-443-5125

Mixed Events

Friday Night Mixer: 5:00 pm beginning Friday, May 25th: Front nine shot gun event.  $5.00 entry fee – $5.00 cart fee (if used) – non-member greens fee $15.00.  Please sign up on Golf Shop Bulletin Board and check in early for head count.  Singles are welcome!

Call the Golf Shop for more details (802) 443-5125

Golf Course and Driving Range Now Open for the Season

 

Faculty, Staff & Retirees

It’s finally that time of year! The Ralph Myhre Golf Course and driving range are now open for the season.  Stop by the golf shop and grab a bucket of balls, sign up for a lesson or play a few holes!

 

Middlebury Employee and Retiree Pricing

Range Balls – $5

9 Holes – $18

18 Holes – $28

Cart Rental for 9 Holes – $11

Cart Rental for 18 Holes – $20

 

Don’t forget, full time benefits eligible employees and retirees can obtain a Ralph Myhre membership for just $200!  Additional discounted memberships are also available for immediate family members.*

Save time, buy your membership online by clicking here!

*Employees are responsible for taxes on the full pass value to be paid through Payroll.  Contact the golf shop for more information 802-443-5125

 

Reminder From HR About CTO Maximums

May 14, 2018

The maximum amount of CTO (combined time off) that can be carried into the next fiscal year is capped at 24 days (see table below for maximum hourly equivalents).  Any CTO in excess of 24 days will automatically be transferred into your SLR as of June 22, for pay period 13 (6/4/18 – 6/17/18).  Please plan accordingly. In order to avoid confusion and ease planning for employees, the CTO max is applied to the last full pay period in June.

Throughout the year, each employee is responsible for managing his/her CTO amounts within the applicable limits. Remember, if you allow your balance to reach maximum during any pay period except the final one of the fiscal year, your excess accrual does not automatically transfer to SLR –instead you will stop accruing and forfeit the un-accrued CTO time.  Now is a good time to check your CTO balance in BannerWeb or a recent paycheck stub and plan your CTO use for the next few days and the upcoming fiscal year accordingly.

You may also transfer your own CTO at any time. When you report your time via BannerWeb, enter the number of hours you wish to transfer on the web time sheet in the row titled “Transfer CTO to SLR.”

CTO Maximum Amounts

Date CTO Maximum in Days CTO Max. in hours for employees w/ scheduled 8 hour days CTO Max. in hours for employees w/ scheduled 7.75 hour days
As of the last full pay period of June. 24 192 186
Any other time 36 288 279

CL-Media Relations Internship opportunity

Summer Public Relations Internship Opportunity Description (Alumni referral and reserved for only Midd students)

CL-Media Relations, LLC is a boutique public relations firm serving the financial services and asset management industries. This summer internship offers the selected candidate the opportunity to learn: about the field of public relations from experienced PR executives; how to create a strong media pitch and client report; how to leverage social media; how to write a news release that will get attention and much more. While the summer internship is unpaid, it does offer the selected candidate the opportunity to work virtually on a flexible schedule. In addition, if the summer experience is successful, it is possible to continue working with CL-Media on a paid, part-time basis during the school year. Candidates should be: strong writers, interested in media and economics, self-starters. Click here to apply!

BlackRock Women’s Fast-track to FinTech

Jump-start your career as a woman in tech—gain the practical tools needed to be a successful technologist and interview for a 2019 summer analyst position.

Discover FinTech
Come explore the ever-changing and exciting world at the intersection of finance and technology. Learn how BlackRock brings together the best of a technology pioneer and a financial leader through it’s Aladdin Platform within the worlds of Aladdin Client Services, Portfolio Analytics, and Software Engineering.

Develop your tech toolkit
Learn how to build and apply the skillset needed to succeed in the industry from BlackRock’s top technologists. Participate in skills-building workshops and network with your peers as well as BlackRock professionals.

Fast-track your internship search
Opt in to fast-track interviews for Aladdin Client Services, Portfolio Analytics, or Software Engineering. Have the opportunity to finish the
program with an offer to be a 2019 summer analyst at BlackRock!

At BlackRock, we’re looking for students with potential—passionate future colleagues who are looking to make an impact and grow both professionally and personally.

WHEN:
Friday, August 17 – Saturday, August 18, 2018

WHERE:
BlackRock’s San Francisco Office

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
We are seeking talented female technologists who meet the following criteria:
• Strong academic credentials (all academic disciplines) with demonstrated interest in technology
• Expected graduation date between December 2019 and June 2020

APPLY TODAY:
Visit careers.blackrock.com/campusrecruitment and click the Events tab.
Applications are due no later than July 1 at 11:55PM PST.
Please e-mail campus.careers@blackrock.com with any questions.

Moelis & Co – Summer 2019 posting is live in Handshake

Moelis & Company’s Analyst Program offers a unique experience on Wall Street. As a Summer Analyst, you will begin the program as a generalist, giving you significant exposure to deal activity across industries in our key business areas. The generalist program allows for maximum optionality and opportunity as you embark on a career in investment banking.

The day-to-day responsibilities of a Summer Analyst include: financial analysis and modeling, company and industry research, preparing client presentations and interacting with senior bankers and clients.  Learn more here.

Applications should be submitted via Handshake here and will be evaluated on a ROLLING BASIS. Final deadline is July 8th at 11:55 p.m.

**If you are interested in the Boston Office, please email a copy of your resume directly to Brandon Luo and apply via Handshake.

 

UBS NESCAC Event

What’s the Deal?

Insights on our different programs offered in the worlds of wealth management and investment banking.

Interested in a career in financial services but have a few questions? Join us in our New York office on Friday, June 8th to learn more about our internship programs in the Investment Bank (investment banking and sales & trading) and Wealth Management.

Alumni from NESCAC schools will be on hand to network with you and introduce you to UBS. During the day, we’ll cover topics like:

  • Business overviews & UBS structure
  • The roles various desks play in our S&T businesses
  • The products we offer to our clients
  • How to recruit for our upcoming programs

Event Details

Date: June 8, 2018  – Apply here by May 27 at 11:55 p.m.

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Location: 1285 Avenue of the Americas, New York — 9th Floor Auditorium

TO BE CONSIDERED you must be a rising junior with a December 2019 – June 2020 graduation date.