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Real Food Week & Careers

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Join Real Food Week for an exciting line-up of great talent from our local food sector organized by EatReal. The weeklong symposium of events focused on sustainable food will discuss the realities of our current food system and propose future solutions all while investigating the complexities of food sourcing at Middlebury. Don’t forget to check […]

Careers in the Common Good – in the Arts!

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Interested in the arts? Here’s something to get you thinking about how the arts can be applied to a career in the common good! Stephanie M. Heydt is the curator of American art at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA.  Read this short New York Times interview to learn a little about how […]

Attention Seniors – Apply to be a Fellowship Director at StartingBloc!

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About StartingBloc: “StartingBloc is built on the belief that a small, committed group of people can change the world. We bring together entrepreneurs, activists, educators, and  innovators struggling to create change.  We connect them to their tribe and give them access to the resources, co-conspirators, projects and support they need to create the impact they […]

AmeriCorps VISTA Job Openings

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AmeriCorps VISTA is a service program that fights poverty in America.  This year the Vermont branch of AmeriCorps VISTA, through the volunteer organization SerVermont, has 27 new jobs open to graduating seniors.  Check out these documents for more information! AmeriCorps VISTA Program Information AmeriCorps VISTA Job Opening Descriptions

My Google Journey – Kristen Morrissey Thiede 3/14 @ 12:30 Axinn 229

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We thought you might be interested in the Center for Social Entrepreneurship’s speaker this Friday at 12:30 pm in Axinn 229. Kristen Morrissey Thiede has been a Google employee for over twelve years, and is currently the Business Development Lead for Google Fiber. It would be great to have you there to engage Kristen in […]

Mentorship Works: Answering the Big Questions about the Liberal Arts through Mentorship

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What is my education worth?  How will I take it with me when I leave? Why did I come here? What is this all for? Come hear from Middlebury alum, Dan Murphy ‘11, Youth Programs & Outreach Associate in Community Engagement, about ways that you can translate mentorship as a meaning-making tool for the liberal arts. […]

Career Conversation in Health Care Policy with Dave Sterrett ’99

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Want to help the world and find fulfilling, gainful employment? Consider health care policy, a $2.7 trillion health care economy. Come join Dave Sterrett ’99, Principal, Health Care Policy Group WHEN: 4:30 PM, Monday, February 17, 2014 LOCATION:  Center for Careers & Internships, Adirondack House Library BACKGROUND: Dave Sterrett, Esq. is a principal at the […]