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TransPerfect, a translation services company, posted two jobs in handshake!

For more than 25 years, TransPerfect has provided comprehensive language and technology solutions to help our clients communicate and conduct business more effectively in a global marketplace. TansPerfect provides a full array of language and business support services, including translation, interpretation, multicultural marketing, website globalization, subtitling, voiceovers, staffing services, e-learning and training, and legal support services. TransPerfect also offers a suite of next-generation technologies that significantly reduce costs and improve consistency throughout the translation process, making TransPerfect the vendor of choice for the world’s leading multinationals. With annual revenues of over $615 million, TransPerfect is the world’s largest provider of language services and technology solutions. From offices in more than 90 cities on six continents, TransPerfect offers a full range of services in 170+ languages to clients worldwide. With an unparalleled commitment to quality and client service, TransPerfect is fully ISO 9001 and ISO 17100 certified. TransPerfect has global headquarters in New York, with regional headquarters in London and Hong Kong.

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Study Away Opportunities in Monterey – Info Session 4/16

Get ready to change the world.

Want to make a difference in the world, study with globally renowned experts, have paid on-the-job training opportunities, and shorten your Master’s degree by up to one year?

Consider a semester away with the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS). There will be 3 people talking about various programs.

Toni Thomas, the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School of International Policy and Management.

Pam Berenbaum from Middlebury’s global health program, who designed a study away semester in collaboration with MIIS’s development program.

Dr. Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress CNS Scientist-in-Residence. He was a member of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory team awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics. At CNS, ho focuses on the proliferation of fissile materials, nuclear spent fuel management, emerging technologies, and verification of nuclear weapons.

All Middlebury students, regardless of year or major, are invited to attend this session.

Tuesday, April 16 4:30 pm at CCI

Dr. Dalnoki-Veress will also be giving a lecture in the Physics department on 4/16 at 12:30 in BiHall 104 entitled: Using Neutrinos to Detect Clandestine Nuclear Activity – consider attending BOTH events!

The CIA wants you! Visiting campus February 26/27

Three recruiters from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) will be visiting campus for two days on February 26 and 27.

They are particularly interested in talking with students who are curious how to use their language skills in the intelligence community.

There will be a group information session on Tues, Feb 26 from 6-8 pm in MBH 219. Let us know you’re coming here.

This event is open to all students, all majors, all class years.!

More about the CIA internship and full time opportunities are outlined here: https://www.cia.gov/careers/student-opportunities

Want to share your intercultural interests with local high school students?

Join Language in Motion – an educational collaboration that connects Middlebury’s international, study abroad, and upper level language students with local high school, middle school, and elementary school teachers, students, and classrooms.

With support and training, Middlebury College students prepare and deliver lessons and activities that promote global awareness, intercultural competence, and world language acquisition.

Sound interesting?

We’re accepting 15 new presenters for the spring semester.  The short and simple application is due this Wednesday – February 20.

Feel free to contact Kristen Mullins with any questions – or stop by during our information drop-in hour from 7:15 – 8:15 pm today (Monday, 2/18) at the Center for Community Engagement Office at 20 Old Chapel Road (across from the Service Building).  Note: you do not need to come to the drop-in hour to apply.

Using a Foreign Language in Your Post-Midd Career – Thursday, January 17

Are you interested in using your foreign language skills in your career?  Hear ideas and opportunities on how to use your language ability to maximize your potential and stand out from the competition — from finding the right prospect, to nailing the interview to making the most of your language skills as an employee.

The talk will be given by Brian Burke, Midd ’97, who majored in Chinese at Middlebury and is currently a partner at Shearman & Sterling, an international law firm.

Date: Thursday, January 17

Time: 12:45pm-1:45pm

Location: CCI (Adirondack House)

Click here to RSVP! (Lunch will be served)

Meet Midd alum Nerina Cocchi ‘10 (Writer, Translator, Director, Writer, and Producer)

Nerina received a BA in Theatre and German from Middlebury College and an MA in International Artistic Cooperation from l’Université de Paris VIII. Starting in 2003, she has trained in theatre between Swaziland, the United States, France and Italy with, most notably, Vanessa Mildenberg, Cheryl Faraone, John Britton, Andrea Olsen and Daria Lippi. Starting in 2005, Nerina directed “4.48 Psychosis” by Sarah Kane, “Manifesto for Another World” by Ariel Dorfman, “Novecento” by Alessandro Baricco, the participatory performance “POST•M”, “Ni una más” by Mia Parissi and the installations for the 2015 and 2016 MNF at the Royal Library of Belgium. Based in Brussels since 2013, she has developed several artistic projects in connection with the territory. Building exhanges between Europe and the USA, she was Karin Coonrod’s assistant director and stage manager for Orfeo in Orvieto (2014) and The Merchant in Venice (2015-2016), and has translated into French Jessica Litwak’s play Wider Than the Sky (reading at Salon du Varia in 2015), as well as into English in collaboration with Allison Grimaldi-Donahue, Lina Prosa’s Lampedusa Beach and Lampedusa Snow, published by The American Reader (2013) and Words Without Borders (2016). In 2016-2017, Nerina wrote the libretto for the opera-film the wARdrobe, with music by Davide Fensi and video by Portuguese videomaker Daniel Pinheiro (an inoutput production, release 2019-2020). Nerina also works as an assistant producer to dance company Dame de Pic / Cie Karine Ponties.

Sign up to talk with Nerina Cocchi ‘10 about her path from Middlebury to where she is today, how she has applied what she learned in school to help build her career, and how students might pursue a similar path on Wednesday, November 7 or Thursday, November 8.

Click here to sign up for a 1:1 chat!

Meet Midd alum Allison Grimaldi Donahue ‘07 (Writer, Translator and Editor)

Allison’s work has appeared in Electric Literature, The Brooklyn Rail, Words Without Borders, The Fanzine, The American Reader, The Newer York (theEeel) The Diner Journal, The New Inquiry and Dead King Magazine among others. She serves as Fiction editor at Queen Mob’s Teahouse and is Associate Translation Editor at Drunken Boat. She is a regular blogger for the American Literary Translator’s Association. Allison also translates from Italian to English and edits in the world of fine art for clients such as Mousse Magazine, e-flux journal, Toilet Paper, Centro Pecci Prato, Cobra Museum Amersterdam and the Guggenheim Museum. She holds an MA from the University of Toronto Centre for Comparative Literature, an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and is working towards her PhD at The European Graduate School. She teaches in the Writing Program at John Cabot Univeristy, Rome.

Sign up to talk with Allison Grimaldi Donahue ‘07  about her path from Middlebury to where she is today, how she has applied what she learned in school to help build her career, and how students might pursue a similar path on Wednesday, November 7 or Thursday, November 8. Click here to sign up for a 1:1 chat!