Tag Archives: Career Exploration

LiveRamp is Coming to Campus 10/24-10/25!

Thanks to your fellow students at Middle Endian and Women in CS++, LiveRamp is returning to campus for a number of sessions:

LiveRamp Recruiting @ Middlebury

  • Info Session – TUE, 10/23 at 7:00 p.m. in BiHall 220
  • Women in CS Event – WED, 10/24 at 12:30 p.m. in ADK Library
  • Resume Review and Interview Practice – WED, 10/24 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.
  • On-Campus Interviews – THU, 10/25 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. in CCI

LiveRamp entrusts their people–new and old alike–to take ownership of their work. Their start-up culture of transparency, independence, and rapid iteration drive their product forward and provide a meaningful life experience. These, and the rest of their values, are just some of the reasons why they’re one of Glassdoor’s 10 Best Places to Work.

If you thrive attacking problems of mind-bending complexity, if you’re seeking a workplace where you can learn and grow, and if you’re as open, collaborative, and driven as you are brilliant, consider joining our team. They’re always looking for passionate people to help them blaze their trail!

Ask your colleagues at Middle Endian and/or WiCS for more information.

Computer Science & Technology Grad School Virtual Fair 10/11

October 11, 2018

Attend the Grad School Fair from Anywhere!

Live online event. Zero travel required.

Get answers to your questions about grad school

  • Explore programs nationwide
  • Save time and meet admissions reps, faculty, and current grad students in live online chat sessions
  • Connect with multiple graduate schools at once
  • Learn more here

Register here.

Hole in the Wall Gang Camp Info Session

Tuesday, October 2nd at 4:30 PM in ADK Library

This is a great opportunity for ALL students, but particularly pre-medical students.

Come join staff from The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp to discuss their paid summer staff and year-round volunteer opportunities.

Hole in the Wall is a non-profit organization based in Connecticut that provides residential camp programming and regional outreach to children and families dealing with serious and chronic illnesses. Staff and volunteer opportunities are fun, fulfilling, and look great on a resume.

Check out their promotional video:

GOOGLE Coming to Campus!

There’s no one kind of Googler, so they’re always looking for people who can bring new perspectives and life experiences to their teams. If you’re looking for a place that values your curiosity, passion, and desire to learn, if you’re seeking colleagues who are big thinkers eager to take on fresh challenges as a team, then you’re a future Googler!

Consider learning more about Google at one (or all) of their sessions:

TUESDAY, October 9:

  • Firebase Tech Talk – TUE 10/9 at 12:30 p.m. in MBH 216 :: Join two Google engineers for a tech talk about Firebase – Google’s mobile app development platform. They’ll talk about what Firebase is, how they build it, and how you can use it to build your next great app! RSVP for the event in Handshake.
  • Google Information Session – TUE 10/9 at 7:00 p.m. in MBH 216 :: Come learn more about life at Google! They’ll talk about their team culture and teams as well as resume tips! RSVP for the event in Handshake.

This is a great opportunity to meet with Googlers 1:1! Don’t miss out.

careers.google.com/students/

Intern with the Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center

Gain hands-on experience while supporting education in our community through a PAID INTERNSHIP at the Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center in Middlebury, supported by the Middlebury Fund For Innovation.

As an intern, you will work with a teacher at the Center, assisting with classroom projects and instruction along with outreach activities for members of the broader community. Eligible areas include any of the Center’s programs, including:

  • Addison Repertory Theater (AM Tech; PM Performance)
  • Automotive Technology, Diesel Power Technology
  • Engineering & Architecture Design (AM)
  • Culinary Arts
  • Design & Illustration(PM)
  • Human Services/Early Childhood Education
  • Industrial Design & Fabrication (PM)
  • Makerspace (Afternoon & Evening)
  • Medical Professions
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Sustainable Agriculture (PM)

The position is 10 hours per week, fully paid at Middlebury College’s Level B student rate, and includes funds that can be used to defray transportation costs as well as for equipment and supplies in support of collaborative projects.

There are a limited number of positions available. Learn more about the position in Handshake.

Harvard College Conservation Society/ALPINE Career Conference November 10

Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Harvard University
The Center for Government and International Studies (CGIS) South
1730 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

This fall ALPINE, in conjunction with the Harvard College Conservation Society, will host a career conference for undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing careers in diverse disciplines within the field of conservation.  The conference will take place on the Harvard campus in Cambridge, MA and will be open to students from throughout New England. Registration is free and refreshments and lunch will be provided. Space will be limited so it is important that students register to be included in a very full day of events. Students can register here.

The event will feature a variety of panels and speakers in areas related to land conservation including, conservation finance, law, international conservation, as well as technology, communications and research in conservation. There will also be networking opportunities for students to connect with leaders and representatives of the major conservation organizations from around the region who will be attending the conference with job and internship opportunities and to learn more about the conservation fields.  The conference is aimed at providing college students interested in learning more about conservation with the opportunity to meet a broad range of conservation professionals.

What is ALPINE? Academics for Land Protection in New England

Starting with 24 institutions ALPINE aspires to engage the region’s academic resources: more than 180 colleges and universities; 1.2 million students; diverse lands; extraordinary talent; and a large alumni base with deep ties to the land.

ALPINE advances conservation through:

STUDENT internships with conservation organizations and agencies facilitating real-world experience with local policy and regional planning.
FACULTY research, mentorship, and teaching to address critical issues in science, law, policy, finance, and more.
ADMINISTRATIONS prioritizing land protection and stewardship for their institutions, communities, and the region.
ALUMNI engaging with institutional efforts and advancing land protection regionally,locally, and in their own backyards

Save the Date for Fall Heath Professions Events!

Come meet the Health Professions Advisors at our fall Health Professions events!

Mary Lothrop and Hannah Benz

Can’t make an event but still want to meet the Health Professions (HP) Team? The HP Team serves both students and alumni who are considering careers in the health professions. We work with students at every point in the pre-health process, from academic advising, to securing research and clinical opportunities, and throughout the entire professional school application process.

Make an appointment.