Hot HANDSHAKE w/o 12/11: Jobs, Internships in Education

Below is a sampling of Handshake opportunities that have upcoming deadlines:

Fixed Testing Center Assistant, Learning Strategies, at Gonzaga University – due 12/12

Work as a Program Assistant at Gonzaga University’s Center for Student Academic Success in Spokane, WA.

Full Time Instructor/Teacher/Tutor at Axiom Learning – due 12/12

Work in Boston at an innovative hub for smart, idealistic people transforming the future of education.

Teachers for Middle & High School (Certification not Required) at Teach Kentucky – due 12/14

Teach full-time in priority public middle schools and high schools in the greater Lousville, Kentucky area.

Behavior Support Specialist at Uncommon Schools – due 12/15

Work at a nonprofit that manages outstanding urban charter public schools to close the achievement gap and prepare low-income students to graduate from college.

Teach English in Indonesia at EF Education First – due 12/15 

Pre K-12 Teaching Apprentice Program at Berwick Academy – due 12/15

 

 

Hot HANDSHAKE Listings w/o 12/11: Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

Here are lots of promising opportunities in Handshake, curated by our CCI Intern-extraordinaire, Sarah Karerat ’18:

Winter Term Intern Therapeutic Early Childhood Provider at Addison County Parent Child Center– due 12/15

Work with children this J-Term at the Addison County Parent Child Center in Middlebury.

Office Manager at NAMI Vermont – due 12/15

Serve as a full-time Office Manager to ensure effective administration of day-to-day operations at a statewide volunteer organization of family members, friends, and individuals living with a mental illness.

Training Coordinator at The Trevor Project – due 12/15

Interested in queer issues-related nonprofit work? Support the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people.

Field Coordinator at Montana Conservation Corps – due 12/18

Directly support Crew Leaders and Crew Members for adult, youth, and specialty programs in Bozeman, Montana.

Social Media and Communications Intern at International Service for Human Rights – due 12/18

Spend your summer working hands-on with a human rights non-governmental organization.

Privilege & Poverty National SHECP Internship – due 01/18

Applicants who are selected for this internship will become will become a part of a Privilege & Poverty cohort that will prepare together during spring semester, participate in the summer internship, regroup for reflection upon their return to campus, and have options to engage in additional pursuits throughout the academic year.  Internships offered in: Healthcare, Law, Economic Development, Education, Environmental Justice, Housing, Hunger, Women’s Advocacy, Youth Programs, the Arts, and more.

 

Intern @ Powerhouse, A SF-Based Co-Working Space for Clean Energy Industry

Want to be at the nexus of where technology and clean energy intersect…everyday? Powerhouse is an Oakland based co-working space and seed fund that houses and invests in ‘intelligent energy’ entrepreneurs building software-enabled solutions for the clean energy industry. Their co-working space houses over 100 intelligent energy entrepreneurs and over twenty clean energy startups and organizations. Their seed fund invests in them. Powerhouse supports entrepreneurs building a future powered by clean energy.  Since inception, Powerhouse has hosted 50 startups and organizations, invested in 17, and celebrated 5 acquisitions. As of 2016, Powerhouse startups have generated at least $53M in revenue, raised $287M in capital, employed 386 people, and collectively contributed to the installation of 242 MW of solar in the US and abroad.

Powerhouse hosts three signature events each year: Suncode Hackathon, Powerhouse Pavilion & Circle at Intersolar, and New Dawn. They also host Watt It Takes, a monthly event series featuring the personal stories of clean energy entrepreneurs and the companies they’ve built. Powerhouse also partners with corporate leaders to host targeted technology events that connect investors and industry to startups in the Powerhouse community. Collectively, their events touch thousands of clean energy entrepreneurs, investors, and industry executives.

Internship opportunities at Powerhouse offer insight into entrepreneurship, exposure to trends within the clean energy industry, and access to our extensive network of industry executives, investors, and thought-leaders. Submissions from passionate and self-directed applicants are reviewed on a rolling basis.

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to hello[at]powerhouse.solar.

Weekly Web Updates – December 11, 2017

We upgraded WordPress to version 4.9 recently, but it didn’t make it into the updates post. You can review the changes in this new version of WordPress here. The most important changes are better previews for site design changes you make in the customizer and easier-to-use image and gallery widgets.

The Online Directory is temporarily not available off-campus. We have finished an update to this that hides email address and phone number from lists of results (they are still shown on individual records) for off-campus users and are waiting for a review before this is deployed. This change should make it more difficult to automatically harvest this information.

Updates

Fixes and Tweaks

  • The Panopto video embed plugin for our WordPress sites now works on both sites with http and https protocol URLs.
  • We deployed a new version of the New England Review site for our colleagues in Communications.

Ongoing Work

  • Creating a new website for the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
  • Creating a new automatically generated course catalog.
  • Building out the configuration of our CAS servers in Chef, which is a configuration management system. We have already completed this work for our Drupal, WordPress, MediaWiki, GO, Omeka, and the Course Catalog services.
  • Upgrading the Drupal sites for the Davis programs, Dining Menus, and Museum of Art to Drupal 8.

Pre-Med Students: Don’t Miss the Medical School Applicant Panel and MCAT Peer Advice Panel 1/16

The Health Professions and STEM team is excited to welcome a panel of recent Middlebury College medical school applicants back to campus. Come hear about the application process from students who just went through the cycle. Ask them questions about the interview process (traditional and Multiple Mini Interviews or MMI) and find out what they wish they had known before applying to medical school.

You’ll also hear from a group of your peers who took the MCATs this past summer. We’ll ask them to share their study schedules, what materials they found useful, what tricks and tips they found to be helpful and test-day strategies.

What a great opportunity to hear about the application process from those who have just gone through it!

When: Tuesday, January 16 from 6:00-8:00 pm
Where: Hillcrest 103

Pizza will be provided!

CHANGE IN PAYROLL DEADLINE FOR THE LAST PAYROLL OF 2017 – MONTEREY (CB26)

The Institute 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 12/11/17-12/24/17 and may include some Holiday time.
    • Non-exempt employees must record December 22nd 5:01 pm through 11:59 pm January 1st as “Holiday.”  Exempt employees do not need to record Holiday hours this period.

Due to the Institute being closed on Friday, 12/29/17, your paycheck for CB26 (check date 12/29/17) will be available for pickup at the following location:

Where: Security Hut behind the Admissions building (Lara Soto Adobe Building.)

When: Any time after 8:30AM; if no one is in the Hut, please use the blue phone to call security and someone will come and give you your check. Please be prepared to show a photo ID.

Please note that 12/29/17 is not a federal holiday and banks will be open. If you have questions regarding the paycheck pickup location or hours, please contact Steve Marino smarino@miis.edu; if you have other questions regarding your paycheck, please contact the Payroll Office in Middlebury payroll@middlebury.edu.

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

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

Payroll/Human Resources