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CCE Roots, Fulbright Wings

Experiences in community-based learning though the Center for Community Engagement supported the majority of this year’s Middlebury College Fulbright Fellowship winners. I connected with a few of them to learn about what got them on track for their Fulbright adventures!

Class of 2019 Fulbright recipients with CCE connections, left to right.
Top: Rebecca Brown (18.5), Mikaela Chang, Emmanuel Duran
Middle: Pharibe Pope, Tiffany Martinez, Ariana Hernandez
Bottom: Masayuki Sakamoto, Melisa Topic, Mary Trichka

Type in “best skills for success” and search for the key words. “Professional communication”, having “business acumen” and “grit” – all pretty predictable. From listening to Mozart in the womb to dropping out of highschool to pursue your genius passion, there is no shortage of unsolicited advice over what hacks are going to help you succeed.

And even though Google may not know it, we can now put down “caring for the community” as one of the best.

Eleven Middlebury seniors and five recently graduated alums will be spreading across the world with Fulbright fellowships for the 2019-2020 academic year. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Middlebury grads will be teaching or conducting research alongside more than 1,900 other recipients worldwide.

Looking at them, something stands out for me. One of the common threads across many of the recipients’ experience at Middlebury? Deep involvement in their communities, via CCE programs.

Eight of the 11 graduating seniors, and 11 of the 16 overall recipients were connected to the CCE in some capacity over their time here at Middlebury. From experiencing the larger world as a result of programs like Middlebury Alternative Break (MAlt) trips and the Cross Cultural Community Service Fund grants, to bringing that world back to Vermont with Language in Motion or being a Community Friends mentor, it is clear that Middlebury’s Fulbright recipients have no shortage of willingness to engage in their communities. Several name those experiences as factors that put them on the track to a Fulbright.

Mary Trichka, ‘19, who led a MAlt trip focused on urban farming in San Francisco, is hoping to engage with her new community as an English Teaching Assistant in the Republic of Georgia this upcoming year.  She reflected about how she came to value the reciprocal nature of community partnerships: “The sort of ideals associated with MAlt definitely apply to and will inform my Fulbright experience…this idea of service-learning stems from my MAlt experience. I hope to both give to and learn from the community I will be engaging with.”

Melisa Topic, ‘19, who will be heading to Argentina this fall, considered a lesson she learned from her time studying abroad and, later, using that experience to inform her role as a Language in Motion mentor here in Middlebury. “Getting out of your comfort zone can benefit you more than taking another class or getting an institutional internship,” Melisa says. “Push yourself to be uncomfortable, until it is comfortable.”

Along with the opportunity to pursue research and teaching, the Fulbright grant gives its recipients the opportunity to build a cross-cultural perspective, in order to build relationships that otherwise might have been impossible.

In a political moment increasingly defined by nationalism and xenophobia, Trichka’s idea of reciprocity in service learning and Topic’s motto of embracing the uncomfortable might be just what the global community needs to expand and rebuild our relationships. Here at the CCE, we’re honored to spark those kind of mindsets and look forward to hearing how these recipients deepen their commitment to intercultural learning around the world!

Morgan Stanley 2020 Summer Analyst Application Process

DEADLINES TONIGHT – JULY 7th

Eligible candidates may apply for up to three programs through the links below. In order to be considered, please submit your application by the program deadline.

Discover application resources here.

Learn more about the Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Diversity Scholarship Program here.

For select programs, you may be asked to complete a supplemental video component to the application via HireVue. We encourage you to account for this step in your application timeline.

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July 7th Application Deadline

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Investment Management, Public Finance, Quantitative Finance, Wealth Management
Research
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Sept 1st Application Deadlines (early application deadline is July 7)

Compliance, Corporate Treasury, Finance, Firm Risk Management, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Operations, Senior Relationship Management

Diversity Sophomore Summer Programs

September 13th Application Deadline

Internal Audit Technology Track

December 2019 Application Deadline

Freshman Enhancement Program

Rolling Application Deadlines

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Celebrating 100 Years

Our 100th anniversary season in 2019–2020 coincides with other milestones that are reflected in the programming—commemorating Beethoven’s 250th birth year, and raising women’s voices in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote—plus we’ll premiere new works, debut new artists, and connect with performers vital to the series’ development. The season, by the numbers:

  • Almost 70 individual artists hailing from over a dozen countries
  • 5 collaborative performances with world-renowned artists and/or ensembles
  • More than 4 weeks of residency activities
  • 4 commissions or co-commissions of new works
  • 2 world premieres and 1 Vermont premiere

Season details will be released in mid-to-late summer.

Deutsche Bank 2020 Analyst Internship Programs

Corporate Finance (Investment Banking), Sales & Trading, Capital Markets and Corporate Banking Coverage – New York

The feeling that comes with knowing you belong makes coming to work exciting. And that’s a feeling you’ll experience at Deutsche Bank every day. Our people bring a diversity of thought and opinion that helps us unleash innovation and expand our thinking. We embrace different perspectives and enable a sense of community through collaboration and open-mindedness. Join us and feel what it means to succeed in a team united by vision, intellect and ambition.

Who should consider applying?

We recruit highly intelligent interns who are ambitious and adaptable. They have degrees in many different disciplines. Even though good levels of numeracy are important for some roles, you won’t necessarily need a formal mathematical or financial background. We have very comprehensive training programmes that will give you all the technical knowledge you’ll need to build a career with us. Above all, we’re looking for entrepreneurial people who thrive best in a diverse culture where innovation and agile thinking abound. To find out more, click here.

How to apply?

The job postings will open on db.com/careers on July 1st. All other divisions including Wealth Management, Asset Management, Technology, Human Resources, and Global Transaction Banking will be posted by early September. The Graduate Recruitment team will be in touch with successful applicants to schedule interviews.

Upcoming deadlines for Wells Fargo IB & S&T

Rising Juniors and Seniors – please note upcoming deadlines for 2020 summer internships and full-time positions at Wells Fargo. Here is the information for applicants from non-core schools, which includes Middlebury:

Non-Core Undergraduate Summer 2020 Analyst Applications:

  • Investment Banking & Capital Markets
    • Open to students who will be entering their junior year in the Fall of 2019
    • Application open July 12th – July 15th
    • Candidates can apply here on those dates using Job ID #: 5473460
    • 1st round phone interviews throughout August
    • Super Day to be held on September 19th – 20th

Full-Time Undergraduate Analyst Applications:

  • Sales & Trading
    • Open to students who will be entering their senior year in the Fall of 2019
    • Application open August 12th
    • Candidates can apply here. The Job ID will be posted at a later date
    • 1st Round phone interviews to take place in late August/Early September
    • Super Day (if needs should require) to be held oncOctober 3rd – 4th
  • Investment Banking & Capital Markets
    • Open to students who will be entering their senior year in the Fall of 2019
    • Application open July 15th
    • Candidates can apply here. The Job ID# is 5493253
    • 1st Round phone interviews to take place in late August/Early September
    • Super Day (if needs should require) to be held on October 3rd – 4th