25 participants gathered in Washington, DC, in June 2017 for the Certificate in International Development and Social Change,a professional graduate certificate program offered by Middlebury Institute. The certificate program centers around careers in program design, partnering, management, and Innovation (DPMI). The participants constituted Middlebury College & MIIS students, UWC Scholars, and International Development and Social Change practitioners. The DPMI program has been a big draw for MIISand MIDD students that allows them to connect and build bridges between the two Middlebury campuses in Vermont and California. The students are not just learning about the recipes of international development and social change, but they are also connecting with one another and learning to work together.
The Certificate in International Development and Social Change program is also offered in January 2018 at Monterey. Please share this with someone who might be interested. To learn more about the program, click here.
The Middlebury Social Impact (MSI) Ambassador Corps program convened in Washington, DC with a crowd of more than 50 alums of MIIS and Middlebury as part of the 5-day training to prepare 21 students from Middlebury College, MIIS, Colorado College, and Lynn University to do an 8 to 10 week international summer internship. This MSI Ambassador Corps is a cross-campus collaborative program between the Institute and Middlebury College, connecting students to the front line of social impact with unique global internship opportunities. This year the AC program was enriched with the Middlebury Social Impact Scholars, a fully funded opportunity for MIIS graduate students to act as a cadre of in-country peer coaches and social impact action researchers. Learn more: go.miis.edu/ambcorps
Dear Faculty, Staff, and Student Employee Colleagues,
As part of our initiative to be more efficient, reduce costs and help in our overall sustainability goals, effective July 1, 2017 (check date July 7, 2017 for Middlebury and July 14, 2017 for Monterey) the Payroll Office will no longer be printing direct deposit stubs. All pay information can be found online via BannerWeb.
The online stub is an enhanced version of the paper stub and contains all the same information, and more. You can find detailed information on deductions, taxable income, employer contributions, year-to-date totals, and tax filing status. The electronic stub can be used for verification of employment for mortgages, loans, etc., and you have access to all of your paystubs anytime.
Access to your paystub is through BannerWeb. Instructions can be found here or at go/payroll.
As a reminder, direct deposit is another way we can all help reduce costs and increase efficiencies. Instructions for direct deposit can be found here or at go/payroll.