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.
PCI is hiring an undergraduate or graduate fellow for Fall 2018. The Fall fellow will provide support for the Federal Government Relations team, track and review relevant legislation, and shadow lobbyists.
The Associate is an integral member of the Strategic Planning and Implementation team and will support organizational strategy development, resource allocation, strategy execution, and operational effectiveness for the UN Foundation.
The Conflicts Analyst is responsible for reviewing new client and matter search requests and gathering the information for verification of entity and party information, and will perform corporate affiliate research using a variety of reference materials.
Alex Alben is Washington State’s first Chief Privacy Officer, an office created by the state legislature in March of 2015. He coordinates privacy and data policy for the state and consults with the Governor and Legislature on technology issues impacting citizen privacy.
As a technology executive, Alex helped launch ESPN.com and ABCNews.com, and served for six years in senior management at RealNetworks. At the outset of his career, Alben served as a researcher for CBS News covering the 1980 Presidential campaign and went on to work for Mike Wallace at CBS Reports. In the 1990’s, Alben worked as an entertainment lawyer for Orion Pictures and Warner Bros. He was a candidate for the U.S. Congress from Washington State’s 8th Congressional District in 2004.
A graduate of Stanford University and Stanford Law School, Alben writes for The Seattle Times and other publications on the intersection of media, technology and politics. He is the author of Analog Days—How Technology Rewrote Our Future.
As one of only five Chief Privacy Officers in the country, Alex has initiated state-wide programs for enhanced privacy training, consumer education and “Privacy Modeling.” In March of 2017, Gov Tech Magazine named him one of the country’s top “Doers, Dreamers and Drivers” in state government.
Join us in the ADK Library for a small group career conversation. He’s available to talk to students about digital privacy, net neutrality, and exciting opportunities for both tech and non-tech students interested in careers in tech fields!
Please join Yale Law School Admissions for a video webinar with other prospective law school applicants from Connecticut College, Hamilton College, Middlebury College, Trinity College, and Wesleyan University. Craig Janecek, Director of Admissions, will be available to answer your questions about legal education, the application process, and life at Yale Law School.
This event is open to current students, alumni, and staff of Conn College, Hamilton, Middlebury, Trinity, and Wesleyan. No specialized computer hardware or software is required to attend the webinar—just a modern web browser and a recent version of the Adobe Flash or Adobe Connect plug-ins. After you register, you will be sent a link through which you can test your computer and Internet connection prior to the event. If you are not able to join us at the above date and time, this webinar will be recorded and made available to individuals who registered for the event.