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Newsletter on Hiatus Over the Summer

As we rapidly approach summer break, we want to wish you the best of luck in completing your final exams and papers. We hope you’ve had a good semester and have exciting plans for summer.

While we won’t be maintaining our weekly newsletter over the summer, we encourage you to stay connected by following our career path pages here and here! We’ll be busy through the summer working on committee letters and advising students applying to medical/dental/veterinary school, but WE REMAIN OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS WITH QUESTIONS.

  • For technical questions about your professional school applications and deadlines, email Nicole.
  • To schedule an appointment with an advisor, email Mary  or Hannah with the topics you’d like to discuss and your preferred days/times.

Have you received an offer for an internship, full-time job, or admission to graduate school? Let us know!

Finally, we wish to congratulate all of our May graduates. We hope that you will stay in touch and let us know how you are doing. Have an enjoyable, productive, and safe summer!

~The HP/STEM Team

(Mary, Hannah, & Nicole)

Junior Developer Program at SafeTrek, Inc.

Deadline April 30th!

It’s 2018. We live in a world where at the push of a button you can have a personal driver meet you on a street corner within seconds or you can get your favorite meal delivered right to your door. But, if you’re in an emergency – like a car accident, a house fire or even a sexual assault – you’re expected to dial 911, find and say an address closest to you, wait in one spot and hope that help arrives soon? We think that’s crazy. SafeTrek brings an outdated 911 system, built for the landline, into the mobile age.

As we expand our footprint and offerings, we’re seeking junior developers to help advance SafeTrek’s API. Our API was created to save valuable time when our users were at their most vulnerable. To get first responders to the right place, faster. Now, we want you to join us and use what we’ve created to build applications, products, and services of your own that save lives.

Requirements

  • Execute projects that utilize SafeTrek’s API to solve pressing social issues
  • Attend kickoff meeting (dial-in) and submit project concept
  • Finish project no later than 1 week from kickoff meeting
  • Demo project to SafeTrek engineer in closing meeting
  • Complete program exit survey to provide feedback

Learn more in Handshake and apply here.

2018 MiddMentor Finance Student-Alumni Mentoring Program Application is Live

Midd Mentors provide a significant leg-up for:

  • Rising juniors (current sophomores) who are engaged in accelerated Summer Analyst (2019) recruiting activities, including making contacts, preparing for interviews, and negotiating offers
  • Rising seniors (current juniors) who will be engaged in 2018 Summer Analyst roles who will benefit from an outside perspective, sounding board, and guidance in securing a full-time offer

How it works:  Selected students will be matched with a Middlebury alumnus/a for this 2018 summer program. During the summer, you and your assigned alumni mentor will identify goals and expectations and meet in person, by video chat, or by phone a minimum of one time each month (June, July, August).

An alumni mentor will be vested in your success and will be a valuable asset to help you maximize your summer.  Apply using this form by Sunday, April 22nd, 11:55 p.m.  Matches will be introduced via email the first week of May.

Citi’s Freshman Discovery Program

I wanted to share an exciting opportunity Citi is now offering for current first-years.  The Freshman Discovery program is a two day cross-business onsite program for freshmen who self-identify as Black, Hispanic Latino, or female.  The program will provide access to senior leaders, business overviews, case studies, and technical training to educate freshmen on the firm and the various program opportunities available to them. This is meant to be educational and to help set students up for success in the campus recruiting process. Following this program, there may be opportunities for students to take part in an accelerated recruiting process for opportunities during their Sophomore year should they wish to proceed.

Women who are interested in this program could become part of Citi’s Women’s Mentorship Program. WMP offers a unique opportunity for female applicants interested in Markets to be paired with successful women at Citi who come from similar academic backgrounds. Since its inception in 2014, WMP has helped young women coming from traditionally women’s colleges and liberal arts schools learn more about Markets at Citi and prepare for a successful career.

The Freshman Discovery flyer has more information on the program and how to apply. Additionally the application link can be found here: https://citi.avature.net/careers/Project?projectId=6445&source=Citi+Careers+Website

Medical Interpreter Training at the Open Door Clinic

Saturday, April 7, 2018 | 9:30 am – 4:00 pm in Axinn 219

Interested in community healthcare? Are you bilingual in Spanish and English? The Open Door Clinic provides medical care for individuals and families who are under-insured or without insurance. They seek volunteers to help with Spanish/English medical interpretation and as EMTs. Contact Christiane Kokubo at ckokubo@opendoormidd.org to receive a volunteer application and more information about the mandatory training.

Career Conversation: Elizabeth Knup ’82, Ford Foundation Country Director for China

Interested in China policies and economic development? Come join us…

Monday, March 12th 2018

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm in Adirondack House Library

…for an informal discussion with Middlebury alumnae Elizabeth Knup ’82, Country Director for China at the Ford Foundation and Arthur Kroeber, editor for China Economic Quarterly. They are here to talk about how they got to where they are now and to answer any questions about the work they do in China.

Elizabeth Knup Elizabeth is the Country Director, China for the Ford Foundation overseeing grant-making and operations. Elizabeth first moved to China in 1998 to be the American Co-Director of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center after ten years at the National Committee on US-China Relations. She then spent 11 years in the private sector as president of Pearson Education; Chief Representative, Pearson Group; and Managing Director, Kamsky Associates. She studied Chinese at Middlebury from 1979-82, including the grueling summer of 1980 and six months in Taiwan in 1981. She received her MA in Chinese Studies from the University of Michigan. Elizabeth sits on several not-for-profit boards, including the Institute for Sustainable Communities (based in Montpelier) and the National Committee on US-China Relations.

Arthur R. Kroeber Head of research, Gavekal Editor, China Economic Quarterly. Arthur R. Kroeber is head of research at Gavekal, a financial-services firm based in Hong Kong, founder of the China-focused Gavekal Dragonomics research service, and editor of China Economic Quarterly. He divides his time between Beijing and New York. Before founding Dragonomics in 2002, he spent fifteen years as a financial and economic journalist in China and South Asia. He is a senior non-resident fellow of the Brookings-Tsinghua Center, an adjunct professor at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, and a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations. His book China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know is published by Oxford University Press in April 2016.

2018 Goldman Sachs Boston Symposium

At Goldman Sachs, your skills and experiences will create a world of possibilities for our clients. From the latest IPO and market insights to investments in clean energy and infrastructure, each one of our teams contributes to innovations that drive progress around the world.  You’ll work alongside industry experts and strategic thinkers at all levels, gaining hands-on experience unlike anywhere else.  All at a place where your ideas matter and your personal and professional growth are front of mind.

Come embrace the opportunity to move industries, make markets and empower communities.

Make things possible at goldmansachs.com/careers.

April 6, 2018
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Boston College

Application Deadline: March 25, 2018 at 11:59pm EST

Registration link: 2018 Goldman Sachs Boston Symposium

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:  Applicants should be undergraduate freshmen or sophomores of any major.
Participants will enjoy skill building workshops, group activities and networking opportunities with professionals at the firm.
* Please note: Goldman Sachs will not provide travel and hotel accommodations for invited participants.