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Talk with Anna Cerf ’18 at EF Education First: Hiring Full-time & Paid Internship Opportunites

EF Education First is hiring: EF360 Global Management Trainee & EF 360 Summer Internship

WHEN:  Thursday, October 18th 2018

TIME: 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

WHERE: ADK House, Library

TO ATTEND: RSVP on Handshake

Talk with Alum Anna Cerf ’18 about the positions available and working at EF Education First. At EF Education First, we are travelers, innovators, thinkers and doers. We readily promote an open and collaborative workspace with not a single cubicle in sight! Our people are our biggest asset, and together we have created a culture of cooperation, project ownership, and impact. As the world leader in international education, with more than 43,000 staff and teachers working in 53 countries around the globe, our mission is simple: opening the world through education. Since we were founded 50 years ago, EF has helped more than 15 million people see the world, learn a language, or earn an academic degree. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to join our one-of-a-kind team!

Arts, Media, and Communications Internships Panel- Tuesday, October 23

Student panelists will share what they did last summer. They will explain how they researched internships and the valuable skills they learned. Experiences in Film Production, Museums, Publishing, Podcasting, International Communications, Design, and Marketing will be discussed.

Date: Tuesday, October 23

Time: 6pm-7pm

Location: ADK- Coltrane

Click here to RSVP in handshake. Pizza will be served!

NEW Henry Sheldon Museum Internship opportunities – Deadline date: Friday, October 12

Museum Assistant Internship Description

The Sheldon Museum, a historic museum that offers a diverse, in-depth look at the history and art of the Mid-Lake Champlain region of Vermont, seeks a student to work with the Executive Director and Associate Director on a variety of projects related to museum collections, current exhibits, and marketing (primarily assisting with all social media-related efforts and keeping the website current). Projects may include: helping with the installation and events management for new exhibits; mounting small displays from the Sheldon Museum’s permanent collection, revising/creating signage and labels in the museum and updating the hands-on education gallery. The Intern will also be involved with visitor services (working at the front desk on occasion), and offer administrative support related to membership and fundraising.

Interest in history and art and current skills in social networking, Face Book, Twitter, and Instagram are helpful, as well as knowledge of website development and maintenance. The Sheldon prefers current freshman, sophomore, and junior applicants.

Approximately 4 hours/week, sometime during the hours 9 AM – 5 PM during Museum hours, Tues-Fri 9AM – 5 PM

This internship offers the intern with an understanding of what working in a small museum is all about. Click here to apply!

Archival Assistant Internship Description

The Sheldon Museum’s Stewart-Swift Research Center is an archival repository that houses variety of materials documenting Middlebury and Mid-Lake Champlain region of Vermont. The Center seeks a dependable student to work under the supervision of the Archivist on a special project to organize and catalog a unique collection of several thousand photographs and negatives of aerial and other views created by a local photographer from 1930 to 1960.

Project will include: physical organization of the collection; rehousing of all items in archival sleeves and boxes; compilation of a detailed record of the entire collection; and creation of an online finding aid to all images.

Excellent organization skills and attention to detail; ability to categorize groups of materials; ability to follow detailed instructions but also to work independently; experience with Excel spreadsheets and willingness to learn museum software. Interest in photography, Vermont history and landscape is helpful. Preference will be given to current sophomore or junior applicants with some experience in research projects.

Hours/Schedule: Flexible, approximately 4 hours/week, Wed-Fri, 9-5pm

(Need to be available for periods during Research Center hours, Wed – Fri 9 AM – 5 PM) Click here to apply!

Winter Term – Arts, Media, and Communications Internships

Below you will find featured Winter Term Internships in handshake.

Research additional opportunities in Administration, Artistic Production, Career Development, and Education in ArtSearch. You could access ArtSearch in the Resources section under Career Center in Handshake.

Engaging in Clinical Shadowing Opportunities Abroad

With Winter Term internships just around the corner, and summer internships not far behind, we thought it timely to remind you about engaging in clinical shadowing opportunities abroad.

Serving as a medical volunteer, EMT or getting clinical observation hours abroad can be a transformative experience. Students often come away with new insights into global healthcare challenges and can speak eloquently to the differences between the patient experience in the United States and abroad. It is vital, however, to understand the limitations of what you can and cannot do while abroad; we like the saying, “If you can’t do it here, you shouldn’t do it there!”. Before embarking on an abroad experience, please carve out some time to read this article and work through the Global Ambassadors for Patient Safety online module so that you position yourself to have a safe and ethical medical internship.

Shepherd Poverty Internships Info Session, Friday 10/5

Apply for SHECP Summer Internships
Information Session: Friday October 5, 12:30-2:00 p.m. in the CCE

Middlebury College participates in the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty (SHECP) to support students in summer internships with agencies that seek to work alongside vulnerable populations. Internships are located in urban and rural settings throughout the US with agencies that serve in educational, healthcare, legal, housing, social and economic capacities. Drop by the CCE (here) to learn more about how you can become a SHECP intern!

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.