This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-paced, early stage, global health nonprofit that is transforming healthcare in low- and middle-income countries. Expand your knowledge of global health and developing country issues, connect with leading experts in the field, and acquire skills in research, analysis, administration and project management. This is an exciting opportunity with an organization seeking to change the global health sector.
Aceso Global (www.acesoglobal.org) is a Washington, D.C., nonprofit that provides strategic healthcare advisory services to strengthen health systems and achieve affordable, high quality healthcare in low- and middle-income countries. We advise governments, insurers, foundations and nonprofits in diagnosing problems, devising solutions, and creating value in hospital and healthcare networks. Aceso Global undertakes research, analysis, and data collection to drive learning and collaboration across the global health community. Our work informs policymaking, healthcare investments, hospital financing and front-line integrated care improvements.
If you are a recent college graduate looking for an opportunity to fast-track your career in the Talent Industry with the world’s leading global talent management firm – consider Korn Ferry’s StartUp Program! Korn Ferry Start Up participants will complete a two-month training program combining world-class curriculum including a combination of classroom assignments, hands-on simulations, and experiential learning modules focused on:
Comprehensive onboarding including knowledge and exposure to all of Korn Ferry’s solutions
End-to-end Talent Acquisition process
Talent Management methodologies
Industry-leading and innovative tools, products and technology
The deadline to apply for CCI’s competitive summer
internship funding to fund an unpaid internship is Sunday, April 14 at 11:55pm.
To apply you must first meet the following criteria:
You must have secured and committed to a summer internship
You must have had your resume reviewed and approved
Applicants for First-Year Explore grants must meet with a CCI advisor to discuss your plans
To submit your application, you must “Create an Experience” in Handshake (Handshake>Career Center>Request an Experience) and then immediately upload four documents to the attachments section of your Experience on Handshake:
Your application essay
A completed summer budget
A signed funding agreement
A CCI-approved resume (must be uploaded to your Experience even if it is already in your documents section of Handshake)
Do not start your application until you have the above four
documents completed and ready to upload. No zip files. Due to the volume of submissions, incomplete
applications will be declined.
CCI’s internship funding grants are competitive and funding is limited. Decisions will be emailed out by Handshake email on May 1. You must check and respond to Handshake emails and notifications during and after the application process (be sure to monitor junk and clutter folders for Handshake emails).
A hands-on day of learning for anyone participating in international cohorts or social impact-related summer experiences or research. Participants will explore the ethics of engagement through multiple lenses and will leave with a toolkit of culturally-appropriate strategies for maximizing your summer experience.
April 27th 9-4:30pm @ Coltrane Lounge Lunch and delicious snacks provided RSVP HERE by April 18, 2019
This training is designed for students preparing for:
International/domestic service learning
Social impact or community-based internships
International cohorts or internships
Research or independent projects
Any summer experience in a community other than their own
Presented by faculty and staff of the Middlebury Experiential Learning Centers.
That’s how college students describe MiddCORE: a four-week summer program for current college students and recent graduates who want to develop the SKILLS, EXPERIENCE, and CONFIDENCE to be successful in life and work. MiddCORE is a residential program where students live on the beach at Asilomar and classes are held at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey June 1–29, 2019. Through an intensive daily schedule of small-group classes and mentor-led workshops, students develop skills in innovation, strategic thinking, and leadership. The program is highly collaborative and hands-on, and students work closely with each other and more than 50 mentors from the top leading fields and professions. To better understand MiddCORE check out the brochure, coursebook, alumni outcomes, and follow on Instagram.
“My month at MiddCORE was a turning point in my education. Every single day you are challenged to collaborate, be creative, and jump into situations that may have previously scared you. The people I met during MiddCORE are now some of my closest friends, as we not only went through struggles and successes together, but we got to explore an amazing new place in our off-time. I would absolutely recommend MiddCORE to anyone looking for a valuable adventure and an entire new network of talented connections.”
Please join the Professors of the Practice Business and Enterprise Program, Center for Careers and Internships, and Middlebury Women on Wall St. on Wednesday, April 10th to welcome John Waldron ’91, President and Chief Operating Officer back to campus. Registration is required to attend the following events.
From Middlebury to Goldman Sachs: A Career Conversation with John Waldron ’91; 4:30 p.m. in MBH 220 – Registration Required
“Trends, Challenges and Opportunities: Perspectives on the Financial Services Industry” – Lecture presented by John Waldron ’91; 7:30 p.m. in MBH 216 – Registration Required
John Waldron is president and chief operating officer of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. He is a member of the Goldman Sachs Management Committee and chair of the Firmwide Client and Business Standards Committee and Firmwide Reputational Risk Committee. Previously, John was co-head of the Investment Banking Division (IBD) from 2014 to 2018. Prior to that, he was global head of Investment Banking Services (IBS)/Client Coverage for IBD and had oversight of the IBS Leadership Group, a group he founded in 2010.
Earlier in his career, he was global co-head of the Financial Sponsors Group from 2007 to 2009, co-head of Leveraged Finance from 2005 to 2007 and co-head of the Media and Entertainment Group in IBD from 2002 to 2005. John joined Goldman Sachs in 2000 and was named managing director in 2001 and partner in 2002. John is a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees and chairman of the Trustees Committee of The Lawrenceville School. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York, co-chairman of Youth, I.N.C., and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. John graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Middlebury College with a BA in English in 1991.
Here’s a great opportunity for you to participate in investing through this unique contest where YOU and Middlebury College could win CASH PRIZES.
This is a month-long competition from April 1 to May 3, 2019. The top performing student portfolio at each of the 11 participating colleges will receive $500, the top overall performing student portfolio wins $2,000 and the top New England Small College wins $2,500 thanks to the sponsorship of Fidelity.
Rapunzl was co-founded by an Amherst College alumnus who created this investment education platform which is part of the Chicago Public High school curriculum. As a NESCAC alumnus, he wanted to bring this fantastic opportunity to the New England Small Colleges as a way to help students learn about investing in a fun and collaborative way.