Shelburne Farms is seeking a summer-season, Middlebury student interested in learning from and working alongside their farm-based education programs and staff. The student will live onsite and is immersed in the daily rhythms of the farm and the cycle of the seasons. Farm-Based Camp Educators team-teach up to 9 weeks of their summer camp program.
They offer day camps for ages 4-14, and overnight camps for ages 12-17, which provide youth with opportunities to engage in their food system, build relationships with peers, and explore natural communities.
Mentorship will be provided by education staff members; a variety of texts and resources; and through independent reflection.
NOVA’s “What The Physics?!” video series explores deep questions about the nature of our universe and surprising physics phenomena, with a light, comedic tone. Episodes demystify topics from consciousness to black holes to the physics of texting. Interns will have the opportunity to film, animate, edit, research, and write scripts, working closely with the show’s creator and host, Greg Kestin.
Strong writing and research skills
Ability to work with others
Interest in science, communications, and video production
Experience in animation
Experience editing video (preferably in Premiere Pro)
Communicating about your health can be overwhelming, for lots of reasons.
Pictal Health helps patients tell their health stories visually. They help people put together detailed visual timelines, symptom maps, and a neat and organized summary of their health history so that they can see and understand what happened, tell their story with confidence, and work together better with their doctors.
Are you interested in learning more about start-up life?Do you have a business or marketing background? Do you have a personal interest in healthcare? Then consider interning at Pictal Health in Burlington, VT.
Healthcare Startup Internship Open NOW!
A note from the founder:
My name is Katie McCurdy, and I’m currently working as a solo
founder of Pictal
a start-up to help patients visualize and communicate about their health
I am looking for a self-directed intern to help develop my
business strategy and assist with day-to-day marketing and research. This
Researching business models and surveying the competitive landscape
Market research for target customer segments
Researching grant and funding opportunities
Helping to plan and strategize about next steps
Minor website and social media updates
Other needs that might arise
You’ll work with Katie McCurdy out of VCET in Burlington. You will have access to an unlimited supply of chocolate, if that’s your thing. You can learn more about Katie at her website: http://katiemccurdy.com/ and the Pictal Health website: https://www.pictalhealth.com/
Are you kind, approachable, compassionate, energetic, spirited, resourceful, and can you maintain a smile and sense of humor even during the most challenging of days? If yes, then we hope you will apply to work at CCI this summer!
Front desk coverage is needed 20-32 hours per week through the summer (Monday-Friday). Flexible hours, can be combined with another on-campus summer job.
To be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter outlining your fit for the position, why you want to work at the CCI and why you want to stay in Middlebury this summer. Include your résumé, and the names of two references. Strong candidates will be contacted for an interview on a rolling basis.
Underclassmen and students with diverse backgrounds and interests are encouraged to apply. Application deadline 4/1.
UpNext is a dynamic career exploration series from the Center for Careers and Internships.
Each UpNext event brings alumni to campus to give Middlebury students an insider’s understanding of that industry, available career paths, and information about roles and skills necessary to enter future jobs and internships. Students also get first-hand look into the personal career paths of participating alumni from the Middlebury Professional Networks.
The UpNext: Careers in Life Science is March 14th and 15th and has a series of wonderful opportunities to learn about the alumni, network, have your resume reviewed, and attend various workshops. Check out the schedule below!
Thursday, March 14
Careers in Life Science Panel Discussion at 6:00 pm in MBH 220
When it comes to the Life Science industry, there is a broad variety of ways to pursue your interests and find outlets for your abilities and liberal arts preparation; there are roles for STEM, humanities, and social science majors. The panelists will talk about the trends shaping the scope of this industry and what they mean for future roles in this field. Hear from a panel of Middlebury alumni with a variety of backgrounds who now have careers across a wide spectrum within the industry. Read more about the participating alumni here.
Penny Post ’89 (Biology) – Vice President, Protein Sciences Corporation
André Spring ’88 (French & Spanish) – Director Strategic Market Access, Novartis Oncology
Jeremy Ward – Albert D. Mead Professor of Biology, Middlebury College
The panel discussion will be followed by a reception of students with the alumni participating in the UpNext program in MBH Great Hall.
Friday, March 15
Résumé Review Office Hours from 9:00 am-12:00 pm in ADK CLT
If you are interested in a career in Life Sciences, don’t miss this chance to get valuable feedback on your résumé from Middlebury alumni currently employed in the industry. Résumé reviews are private, one-on-one conversations and around 20 minutes in length.
Click on their names below to sign up in Handshake.
Experienced professionals currently employed by a variety of Life Science firms will host multiple workshops designed to set you up for success as you explore career possibilities. Each workshop is 45 minutes. Attend them all or select only the ones most relevant to you; there will be short breaks between each session to allow you to come and go. Read more about the workshops here!