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Employing Middlebury Students this Summer

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You may be thinking about employing a Middlebury College student to work in your department this summer. What a great opportunity for both you and the student!  The student can learn important skills (or enhance those they already have) that they will use throughout their life – customer service, time management, conflict resolution, verbal and written communication skills, and so on.

The Student Employment Office Web page has been updated to reflect this summer’s procedures and policies http://www.middlebury.edu/offices/business/seo/summer.

Please familiarize yourself with these policies so you are well informed and can provide information to the student(s) you hire.

 

Reminder: Summer Student Employment and Housing Agreements are due April 19th!

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If you are hiring a Midd student to work this summer, a Summer Student Employment and Housing Agreement must be submitted by April 19 (even if the student does not need on campus housing).
If you are hiring a research assistant, the Summer Research Assistant Form is due April 12. This form is available online at go/sra and is in addition to the Summer Student Employment and Housing Agreement.

Please visit the Student Employment Office Web page to view this summer’s procedures and policies. You can access all necessary forms on this page.

Students will see a reminder posted to MiddNotes in the next few days and an email “Answers to your on-campus summer employment questions” was sent on Friday, April 5. If you or your student workers have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Student Employment Office at x5377 or seo@middlebury.edu.

MCSE Summer Grants – Students can Apply NOW for $3000

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MCSE Summer Grant ChallengeThe Middlebury Center for Social Entrepreneurship Summer Grant Application is now available!

The MCSE will provide up to three grants of $3,000 for students wishing to pursue social change projects. To be considered, a student (or group of students) must prepare a written description of the project (who, what, where, how) including expected outcomes and prospects for future impact (not to exceed two pages) as well as a budget for the $3,000 grant (budget not to exceed one page). Proposals should include pre-approval of all involved parties and organizations involved in the project. Students must include their own fundraising plan to complement Middlebury’s grant.

The two-page proposal and one-page budget should be submitted electronically to the MCSE before or at 5:00 pm on Monday March 18, 2013. Email applications or questions to: hneuwirth@middlebury.edu.

For more information on this year’s grant process or last year’s grant recipients, visit the MCSE Website or go/mcsegrants.

Employing Middlebury Students this Summer

Categories: Midd Blogosphere

You may be thinking about employing a Middlebury College student to work in your department this summer. What a great opportunity for both you and the student!  The student can learn important skills (or enhance those they already have) that they will use throughout their life – customer service, time management, conflict resolution, verbal and written communication skills, and so on.

The Student Employment Office Web page has been updated to reflect this summer’s procedures and policies http://www.middlebury.edu/offices/business/seo/summer.

Please familiarize yourself with these policies so you are well informed and can provide information to the student(s) you hire.

Summer Internships: It’s As Easy as 1-2-3…

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Well spring isn’t exactly in the air, but it’s time to start thinking about summer!

It’s as easy as 1-2-3…

Step 1- Focus: What kind of internship is right for you? Talk to your professors, EIA counselors, parents, upperclassmen – ask for their advice based on your major, career and interests.

Step 2 – Find: There is no one right way to find an internship. Networking, online resources – use them all. Head to the EIA website for more tips on finding your summer internship.

Step 2 – Fund: You’ve landed the internship of your dreams, but it’s unpaid. You still need to eat, right? Well lucky for you, there is funding available to support the expenses of your summer internship. The application for summer internship funding is now open – check it out!

Stay tuned for more info about the Internship Open House and other events coming up!

For more information on everything internships, check out go/internships.

English Spoken Here

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Academic Year Faculty – Summer Borrowing

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A reminder that you may find the following borrowing services handy when off campus this summer.

Traveling to Maine or Massachusetts? You can borrow directly from our NExpress partner libraries with your Midd ID.
Traveling in VT? You can borrow at other participating VT schools through VCAL.

Wishing you all a good summer!