Friday, October 5th at 12:30 PM in Hillcrest 103 – open to all students and visiting family.
Student Treks connect students with multiple alumni and organizations during on-site visits and job shadowing experiences. These fully-funded CCI-led trips, typically hosted over breaks, are unique “living and learning” cohort experiences that provide the students with an opportunity to explore a particular field of interest.
After a weeklong “Tech Trek” to Silicon Valley, where they were immersed in daily job-shadowing experiences, site visits, reflection dinners, Q&A sessions, and receptions, our 10 Middlebury undergraduates returned to campus for the start of the Spring Semester with a better understanding of what it takes to land a job at Amazon, Facebook, Google, or other high-tech companies. Come learn about their experiences and our plans for future Treks in this engaging panel discussion!
Panel discussion led by Jason Grant, Instructor in Computer Science and faculty leader on the Tech Trek.
“Oxeon” is the Greek word for relationships. They are inspired by how relationships can drive new jobs, investments, business development opportunities, or just a simple introduction between people. That notion permeates everything they do.
They are a healthcare growth services firm. They connect their healthcare company partners with the fundamental drivers of business growth – great people, great business development partnerships, strategic investments, next generation business ideas and other growth-related services.
But what that all boils down to is that they value relationships more than transactions, and they value people more than anything—especially their power to drive innovation and transformation in the healthcare industry.
On Thursday, October 11, 2018 from about 7:30 am to noon Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) will be participating in an emergency preparedness and response exercise for University of Vermont Health Network-Porter Medical Center (UVMHN-PMC) and community response partners.
The vision for this exercise will be to test and validate the policies, plans, and procedures for managing an influx of patients to the Porter Medical Center Emergency Department (ED) based on some type of mass casualty event. One option under consideration would be a simultaneous ‘disaster event’ at Helen Porter that generates the ED influx.
PMC is looking for a few mock patients to help make this more realistic and be moulaged and transported as part of this drill. Please wear old clothes that can get dirty or stained.
If you are interested in helping out as a patient please contact Mike Leyden at PMC by September 29th: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you missed the information session on Monday, September 24th, Elspeth Boynton sent along contact for Midd Alumna Meghan Blumstein ’11:
Our thanks to Meghan Blumstein ’11, who was the connection to bring diiVE to Middlebury. She writes, “I recently got involved with an organization called diiVe (godiive.com), which runs month-long data science boot camps for students in Cape Town, then pairs those students with socially conscious organizations to do month-long internships. I cannot say enough positive things about the all-female owned and operated organization and their amazing mission to not only teach students hard coding and analysis skills, but also to empower them to use those skills for social good and make real change in the world.”
In an increasingly interconnected world, leading companies are progressively turning to those candidates that have digital experience and global perspective.
Are you ready?
diiVe is a high impact, global leadership program in Cape Town, South Africa. They are dedicated to developing young global leaders with the digital knowledge, societal commitment, future direction, and business skills necessary to adapt, collaborate and lead in the fast-paced, global environment. diiVe features digitally-focused courses, innovative problem-solving labs, hands-on work experience and cultural immersions.
The University of Rochester Center for Health + Technology is seeking a motivated individual interested in joining a team that is transforming healthcare and clinical research through novel applications of technology. They are looking for a self-starter with clinical research experience who possesses a familiarity with videoconferencing technology, a basic understanding of database design, and excellent organizational and inter-personal skills. Successful applicants will demonstrate a diverse skill set, adaptability, and an aptitude for independent and team endeavors alike.
Position responsibilities include:
Assist with development of research protocols, databases, and materials
Manage regulatory aspects of clinical research
Coordinate recruitment and retention efforts and schedule research visits
Conduct research visits in single and multi-center research studies of individuals with Parkinson disease, Huntington disease, and other chronic neurological conditions
Collect and analyze data
Assist with preparation of abstracts, posters, and manuscript