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Chat with Urban Teachers on Wednesday October 23rd!

Urban Teachers will be on-campus this Wednesday. If you are interested to visit with Torin Peterson to learn more, he’ll be at CCI in Adirondack House between 12 and 4pm on Wednesday. Please RSVP here to let him know – thanks!

You can learn more about Urban Teachers here and via the blurb below (and when you’re ready to apply, you can do so here – the end of October is quickly approaching!).

Urban Teachers – A bit about them: They are a four-year teacher preparation and certification program that transforms those interested to teach into truly effective, culturally competent career teachers in urban schools in Baltimore, DC, and Dallas/Fort Worth. Their program includes: 1) A one-year co-teaching residency with stipend and benefits, 2) A two-year master’s degree in education from Johns Hopkins, 3) A guaranteed three-year teaching job with full-time salary and benefits, and 4) Three years and 85 hours of 1-on-1 coaching, as well as teaching certification by the end of year three. As a result, those who complete the Urban Teachers program are among the most expert and results-oriented educators in the nation. 

Apply today!
— Torin Peterson, Regional Recruitment Manager, Northeast urbanteachers.org

Apply Now  Before Next Deadline: November 19th

Watch Here @ Minute 12 to Hear Directly From Alumni!

HOT Social Impact Info Session & Internship

Marathon Capital: Investment Banking for Global Energy and Infrastructure Markets

Wednesday, October 9th 2019
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm in Coltrane Lounge

Meet recent grad Georgia Carroll ’18 working at Marathon Capital, which is a boutique investment bank that provides advisory services for M&A, capital raising, project financing, tax equity, and financial restructuring transactions. The firm is an industry leader in renewable energy asset M&A and was Power Finance & Risk’s M&A 2019 Advisor of the Year.
RSVP in Handshake HERE.

Winter Term Intern, Global Conservation Campaigns Team at The Nature Conservancy (TNC)

Earn credit while working as the winter term intern with the Global Conservation Campaigns (GCC) team at TNC. This team serves as consultants to the state chapters to help create new conservation funding through legislative initiatives and ballot campaigns at the state and local level. GCC is also working on TNC’s five major initiatives both nationally and internationally: water, oceans and coasts, cities, land, and climate. Learn more about the opportunity to earn Winter Term credit as an intern for an environmental NGO in the Washington, DC area by checking out Handshake HERE. The deadline for applying is November 1, 2019.

Climate and energy position at The Nature Conservancy VT—Super Febs & Recent grads Apply NOW

Do you want to be a part of a science-based, non-partisan, and solutions-oriented team that is striving to build a clean energy future where both people and nature thrive? Climate change is one of the most pressing environmental challenges of our time, and The Nature Conservancy in Vermont (TNC) is growing its conservation and policy staff with the addition of a Climate and Energy Policy Manager.  

The Climate and Energy Policy Manager will play an integral role in co-creating a thriving and resilient Vermont in the face of a changing landscape. S/he will lead efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emission and accelerate the transition to a clean energy future for TNC in Vermont and collaborate with TNC colleagues in other Northeastern states to advance the organization’s regional climate priorities. The ideal candidate will have political savvy, strong advocacy, communication, and organizational skills, a proven ability to work with and convene stakeholders with diverse perspectives, and experience building effective networks. Strong knowledge of climate and energy issues in Vermont and New England, as well as lobbying laws, regulations, and practice, is preferred. 

The Nature Conservancy is a global organization that has been working in Vermont for nearly 60 years to protect the land and waters on which all life depends. We value collaborative approaches, diverse backgrounds, and innovative thinking. For a complete description and to apply, visit www.nature.org/careers and search for Job #48001, or follow https://tinyurl.com/y45l8q7u. Posting closes 10/6/19.

SENIORS: The Innovation Hub is hiring a Creativity & Innovation Associate!

Are you interested in working with Middlebury students on their creative project and business ideas? The Innovation Hub is hiring a Creativity & Innovation Associate to join our dynamic team. The associate will facilitate a number of programs related to innovation and entrepreneurship including pitch competitions, competitive grant opportunities, a J-term course dedicated to entrepreneurship, and much more. In addition, the associate will also be responsible for communicating initiatives and success stories of involved students to internal and external audiences through writing, speaking, video, and managing the website and social media. Consider staying in Vermont after graduation to do this exciting work! Read more and apply here. Position is open until filled.  Contact abrockelman@middlebury.edu with any questions.

SENIORS: Help fuel solutions rooted in social, environmental, racial & economic justice with WhyHunger JOB

WhyHunger’s US Programs team is excited to bring on a new member to help support their work in partnering with US-based movements for food justice and food sovereignty.  WhyHunger’s US Programs partners with grassroots-led networks and alliances, across the United States and Canada, implementing community-led and sustainable solutions that move us forward from exploitative and extractive social, political and economic systems to ones that are life affirming, restorative, resilient and value human dignity and the lives of all living beings and our planet. You can learn more about the entry-level position HERE on Idealist.org.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and brief cover letter, where they learned of the position, and any informational questions to whyhungerjobs@gmail.com by the deadline of May 16.

For more information about WhyHunger visit our website at https://www.whyHunger.org

SENIORS: Metrus Energy Asset Manager Job in SF!

Metrus Energy, a specialty finance company established by a Middlebury alum providing project development and financing services for energy efficiency retrofit projects, is growing and expanding their team. Their portfolio of energy efficiency assets span 23 states and save over a billion kWh of electricity. They are hiring for an entry-level Asset Manager, Energy Efficiency position committed to scaling energy and water efficiency retrofits in the built environment. Join five other Middlebury team members located in their San Francisco office.

To learn more details about the job and to submit an application on Handshake, please click on this link. Apply before the deadline!

Interested in Youth & Mentoring? Work @ Middlebury’s Center for Community Engagement Post-Grad

Come to an info session to hear about how you can join the Center for Community Engagement in a full-time position! The current CCE AmeriCorps VISTA member and VISTA supervisor will talk about the Youth and Mentoring Programs AmeriCorps VISTA role, what it means to be an AmeriCorps member, and all of the amazing benefits of serving in this capacity for the CCE! This opportunity is available to graduating seniors and is posted on Handshake.