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Multiple Internships with General Dynamics

General Dynamics is a global aerospace and defense company. Every day, people around the world depend on their products for their safety and security. They’re looking for talented, motivated individuals who want to become part of a company with a culture driven by diversity, innovation and agility.

GD has posted a number of great internships in Handshake – deadline April 30th. Check them out!

and more! Search for General Dynamics in Handshake for a full list of opportunities.

Vermont Employer Highlight: Logic Supply

Logic Supply is a global Industrial PC company building custom computers for harsh environments and the Internet of Things. Grounded by their core values and fueled by an innovative delivery model, they’ve achieved an annual growth rate of 25% over the last 14 years.

Check out their postings in Handshake:

Vermont Employer Highlight: Tetra Tech

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting and engineering services. The Company supports government and commercial clients by providing innovative solutions focused on water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. With more than 16,000 associates worldwide, Tetra Tech’s capabilities span the entire project life cycle.

They currently have 4 postings in Handshake!

Work as an EMT at the Eagle’s Nest Foundation

Located in Western North Carolina the Eagle’s Nest Foundation summer camp and academic semester school provide transformative wilderness and cultural adventures. For over 85 years the Foundation has focused on fostering profound individual development, connection to the natural world and responsible action to our local and global communities. Eagle’s Nest Foundation is a non-profit educational organization whose programs are designed for young people ages 6-18.

Eagle’s Nest is seeking an EMT to staff our health care facility for the summer of 2018.

Working with a Registered Nurse or Physician’s Assistant, the EMT is responsible for providing daily and first aid care to approximately 140 campers and 60 staff, and for working with wilderness staff to manage first aid kits. Staff will live on the campus in beautiful Pisgah Forest. 

Qualifications: Candidates must have a minimum of current EMT-Basic certification, and, if certified outside of North Carolina, must be able to get reciprocal certification in this state. Wilderness EMT certification is strongly preferred.

Competitive salary, room, board, access to laundry, and professional discounts on gear.

Learn more in Handshake.

Vermont Employer Highlight: Staple Health

Staple Health is a platform that care teams use to identify and predict patient outcomes and risk.

They are currently hiring a Software Engineering Interncheck out their post in Handshake:

Staple Health is seeking Computer Science students with a passion for simplifying healthcare data. At Staple Health, you will be given the opportunity to pursue a project improving one of three main areas of our production software stack, all critical to our future business:

  • Data Processing and Storage – Refine a data processing pipeline to accurately and efficiently calculate complex patient outcome data received directly from a provider’s electronic medical records.
  • Frontend Data Visualization – Improve clarity of data presentation and add functionality to a web application utilized by physicians and hospital staff to understand the results of Staple Health’s prediction algorithms and take meaningful action to help patients.
  • RESTful Patient Data API – Allow Staple Health’s partners to access and integrate with our data sources via a modern RESTful HTTP API.

Staple Health is a fast growing startup. As an intern, you will experience all parts of our quickly growing codebase while being exposed to the immediate business need that your work serves. Ideal candidates will be fast learners, effective communicators, and experienced in multiple programming languages.


  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other related fields.
  • Clear understanding of how modern web applications are built, tested, and deployed.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in at least one relevant programming language (eg. ruby, python, javascript).
  • You have worked on personal projects and demonstrate an ability to write clear, readable software, and to quickly comprehend a new codebase.
  • Bonus points for:
    • Experience with statistical computing tools such as Pandas, Numpy, Tensorflow, Spark, etc.
    • Knowledge of at least one cloud computing provider such as AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, etc.

2018 MiddMentor Finance Student-Alumni Mentoring Program Application is Live

Midd Mentors provide a significant leg-up for:

  • Rising juniors (current sophomores) who are engaged in accelerated Summer Analyst (2019) recruiting activities, including making contacts, preparing for interviews, and negotiating offers
  • Rising seniors (current juniors) who will be engaged in 2018 Summer Analyst roles who will benefit from an outside perspective, sounding board, and guidance in securing a full-time offer

How it works:  Selected students will be matched with a Middlebury alumnus/a for this 2018 summer program. During the summer, you and your assigned alumni mentor will identify goals and expectations and meet in person, by video chat, or by phone a minimum of one time each month (June, July, August).

An alumni mentor will be vested in your success and will be a valuable asset to help you maximize your summer.  Apply using this form by Sunday, April 22nd, 11:55 p.m.  Matches will be introduced via email the first week of May.

William Blair Investment Banking Summer 2019 Opportunities

By helping a record number of clients navigate 2017’s hyper-competitive dealmaking landscape, William Blair has been named “Investment Bank of the Year” by Mergers & Acquisitions magazine.

Allen Jackson ’17 will offer coaching and advocate for qualified Middlebury candidates interested in the 2019 Summer Analyst position currently posted on Handshake.

Do not apply to the William Blair Handshake posting until you confer with Allen and he has directed you to do so. Allen will give you specific advice and help assess your fit for the bank. He will not be able to help you unless you speak to him beforehand.

Before April 23 (the sooner the better!) send your resume to Allen directly at ajackson@williamblair.com to get the conversation started.