Tag Archives: Education

Winter Term Internship Info Session: 4:30pm on Monday, September 24 at the CCI

How to get a Winter InternshipEach Winter Term, many Middlebury students participate in internships.

These internships are a valuable opportunity to earn academic credit while having high-level exposure to work tied to student’s academic and/or professional interests.

On Monday, September 24 at 4:30pm, the Center for Careers and Internships will host an information session for students interested in Winter Internships in Adirondack House.

The information session will cover the steps needed to secure a winter internship, as well as what students need to do to earn internship credit pr secure funding support from the CCI.

Please sign up in Handshake if you plan on attending.

If you have any questions email Cheryl Whitney Lower, Associate Director of Internships and Early Engagement.

What is Your Intercultural Passion?

Passionate about education? Want to raise awareness on global issues?

Language in Motion is currently accepting participant applications for the fall semester.  As you may know, the Middlebury College Language in Motion program is a collaborative educational program that works with Middlebury students who have 1) studied abroad or lived or worked outside of the United States – and who 2) want to share their experiences with local high school students.  Participants are supported as they develop and deliver presentations and activities that promote global awareness, intercultural competence, and language study in local secondary schools.  Since starting the program on the Middlebury campus eight semesters ago, almost 100 Middlebury College students have worked with over 35 Vermont teachers in 12 Vermont schools – reaching over 1,700 secondary students.

Middlebury students who would like to participate can apply immediately, come to our drop-in information hours (date and time below), or contact me (Kristen Mullins) at kmullins@middlebury.edu. go/LiM  

The fall application deadline is Wednesday, September 19.

 

Part-time, paid opportunities with Expanded Learning Programs at local elementary schools

Mount Abraham Unified School District is looking for support staff to work after school at our exciting Expanded Learning Program at one of our five elementary schools!  This program offers opportunities for students in all five towns (Bristol, Monkton, New Haven, Lincoln, and Starksboro) to participate in enriching activities from robotics to Chinese; running club to sewing!  Our program provides healthy snacks and joyful movement overseen by a strong and enthusiastic staff who enjoy their work and one another!  We are looking for individuals 18 years and older who have experience working with kids and want to become a part of a community and school collaboration that brings opportunities, enrichment and learning to our students.  Come join the team everyone is talking about!  Please e-mail Mandy Chesley-Park (mandy.chesleypark@MAUSD.org) with a current resume.

Hours: 2:45 – 5:45 pm, M-F.  Compensation: $12.50 – $15.00 per hour DOE

See more details in the job posting on School Spring: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3002033

Autism Interventionist Winter-Term internship

Application deadline 10/28.

The Counseling Service of Addison County is offering students a Winter-Term internship as an Autism Interventionist.  This year CSAS is willing to take on a cohort of 3-5 students!

Learn how to support and teach individuals with autism spectrum disorder learn pivotal skills through a Winter-Term internship at the Counseling Service of Addison County. They are looking for college students and recent grads to work with children 2-21 with ASD in a home and community-based program.

All interns receive 40+ hours of training on autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and evidence-based practices for supporting skill development. You will be supervised by master’s level clinicians and board certified behavior analysts.

This is an excellent position for those interested in the fields of education, psychology and health-related services.

Interested students can review the position in Handshake.

From High School to Middlebury: Creating Your First College Resume!

Monday, September 10th from 2:00-5:00 PM in the CCI Adirondack House Library

Writing your resume as a first year student may seem daunting, but your high school work experience is perfect for creating a strong resume and the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) will help you do it!

Stop by the CCI anytime between 2:00 and 5:00 PM to meet with a CCI advisor who will help you convert your high school experiences into an up-to-date resume.

You can use your new resume to:

  • Apply for on-campus jobs
  • Internships and other opportunities
  • …and more!

*NOTE* Please bring a copy of your most recent resume (if you have one), a list of activities, or a laptop computer so you can review your Common App activity list with a CCI advisor.

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.

Featured Opportunities in Handshake

These jobs (and more) are about to expire in Handshake. Check them out before they’re gone!

Programs Advisor, Academic Studies Abroad – DUE 7/27

The full-time position assists with all aspects of program management, faculty-led programming, admissions, marketing, and recruitment.

Apprentice Teacher, Uncommon Schools – DUE 7/27

Teachers hold primary responsibility for the implementation and development of Uncommon’s curriculum and the success of its students.

Marketing Coordinator, Nomad Press – DUE 7/30

The right candidate will participate in all aspects of book marketing to create and implement book publicity and promotional campaigns.