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Hot SOCIAL IMPACT Internship & Job Opportunities in Handshake : Deadlines Week of 4/30-5/7

Social Impact

Engagement Coordinator at Berkshire Museum – due 5/1

The Berkshire Museum seeks an Engagement Coordinator to provide administrative support in the areas of development, membership, community outreach, and communications.

 

Disaster Recovery Project Lead at SBP – due 5/1

SBP is an innovative nonprofit that shrinks the time between disaster and recovery.

 

AmeriCorps College Mentor at College Forward – due 5/1

Work as a College Completion or College Access Coach for a year in Austin or Houston, TX.

 

Operations Specialist at IEEE – due 5/1

Work at the world’s largest professional association advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity.

 

Summer Farm Immersion Internship at Green Chimneys – due 5/1

Spend your summer learning farm-related tasks in Brewster, NY.

 

Global Operations Associate at IDinsight – due 5/1

Work at an international location (India, South Africa, Senegal, Zambia, Kenya, Phillipines, or San Francisco) at an international development consulting organization.

 

Adaptive Program Intern at Community Sailing of Colorado – due 5/1

Community Sailing of Colorado is a small nonprofit in Boulder that offers sailing programs that support individuals, local groups, and organizations.

 

Vermont Farm & Forest Viability Program Intern at Vermont Housing & Conservation Board – due 5/1

Interested in helping local farmers and support Vermont’s food system? Spend your summer in Montpelier supporting business planning for Vermont farm, food, and forestry businesses.

 

Events Intern at MassChallenge – due 5/1

Apply for this internship if you have a passion for creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

 

Community Farm Internship at Smokey House Center – due 5/1

The Green Chimneys Dog Interaction Program in Brewster, NY allows students and residents to be actively involved in the everyday care, socialization and training of shelter dogs.

 

Toxics Action Center Organizational Intern – due 5/1

Toxic Action Center works side-by-side with communities, empowering them with the skills and resources needed to prevent or clean up pollution at the local level.

 

Family Philanthropy Internship at Cradles to Crayons – due 5/1

Support the Development, Partner Relations, and Operations teams at a nonprofit that provides children from birth through age 12 living in homeless or low-income situations with the essential items they need to thrive – at home, at school, and at play.

 

World Law Internship at World Service Authority – due 5/1

Apply to the World Service Authority if you are interested in educating about, promiting, and advocating human rights and world citizenship.

 

Fisheries Technician at Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corporation – due 5/1

Fish Technicians function as part of the hatchery operations team in the cultivating and rearing of fish in Cordova, Alaska.

 

Diversity Outreach Intern in Soil and Water Division at Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation – due 5/2

This internship offers students a great way to develop an interest in environmental protection as an occupation among racial and ethnic minorities.

 

Community Outreach & Storytelling Intern at Maine Farmland Trust – due 5/4

This intern will raise public awareness through storytelling, and contribute to two of Maine Farmland Trust’s programs: Outreach and Farm Viability.

 

Honduras International Team Member at Witness for Peace – due 5/5

Join the Witness for Peace for a two-year term of service, producing documentation of the impacts of US policies and corporate practices, such as articles/blog posts, fact sheets, short videos, and action alerts.

 

Media and Communication Internship at the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund – due 5/5

Work at a national Sikh American media, policy, and education organization that empowers Sikh Americans by building dialogue, deepening understanding, promoting civic and political participation, and upholding social justice and religious freedom for all Americans.

 

Social Media Coordinator Position at Reconnect Brooklyn – due 5/7

Reconnect Brooklyn was founded in 2010 as an innovative community response to the social disconnection of young men in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn.

 

Monitoring and Evaluation Intern at One Earth Future – due 5/7

One Earth Future is an international NGO with a mission to catalyze systems that eliminate root causes of war.

 

DC Summer Mentorship program with an alum – apply now

Are you living and interning in Washington D.C. this summer?  Then apply to this program and be paired with a Middlebury alumni mentor who will offer you valuable career advice.

All majors and industry interests (not just government and politics!) are welcomed and encouraged to apply.

Space is limited.  See the short application here go/mentorDC

 

Interested in Private Equity?

Sam Rives ’15 will be on campus to share information about careers in private equity and opportunities at Audax Group. 

Information Session: Monday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. in Hillcrest 103

Sam will conduct informal, small group networking chats on Tuesday – Sign up now here.

Audax Group, founded in 1999, is a leading middle-market private equity firm with over $12 billion in assets under management. Audax Private Equity is based both in Boston and San Francisco and has over 85 investment professionals from diverse and complementary backgrounds, including top private equity, strategy consulting, and investment banking firms, as well as elite undergraduate institutions. Audax Private Equity buys privately-held middle market companies with valuations ranging from $50 million to $400 million. Audax works with the acquired companies to help them improve the profitability of the business – through acquisitions, sales force expansion, product line or geographic expansion, and cost optimization. Audax typically holds its investments for 3-5 years with a focus on long-term sustainable value creation.

Get Paid to Co-found a For-Profit Social Venture this Summer at BonBillo

Deadline to apply: April 30th at 12 p.m.!

Co-found and develop a for-profit social venture during your summer break. Join one of our teams of social entrepreneurs and innovators working to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

You get to:

  • Drive meaningful social change at their incubator space at Impact Hub, CIC Boston
  • Work with advisors from companies such as BlackRock, Dell Foundation, HSBC, Natixis, Acumen Fund and Startupbootcamp
  • Learn a proven entrepreneurship framework and accelerated design thinking
  • Build your network
  • Get paid a $4,000 stipend
  • Earn Equity

The biggest opportunity is post-graduation:

It’s the opportunity to step into a leadership position (with equity) in a funded start-up you co-founded.

About BonBillo

BonBillo is an incubator and support network for ambitious startups using technology to solve social, health and environmental problems. We work with entrepreneurs and university students to launch and grow social ventures. Our incubator provides social ventures with entrepreneurship training, top mentors, an accomplished peer group, workspace and financial assistance.

Learn more in Handshake.

Get Paid to Co-found a For-Profit Social Venture this Summer at BonBillo

Deadline to apply: April 30th at 12 p.m.!

Co-found and develop a for-profit social venture during your summer break. Join one of our teams of social entrepreneurs and innovators working to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

You get to:

  • Drive meaningful social change at their incubator space at Impact Hub, CIC Boston
  • Work with advisors from companies such as BlackRock, Dell Foundation, HSBC, Natixis, Acumen Fund and Startupbootcamp
  • Learn a proven entrepreneurship framework and accelerated design thinking
  • Build your network
  • Get paid a $4,000 stipend
  • Earn Equity

The biggest opportunity is post-graduation:

It’s the opportunity to step into a leadership position (with equity) in a funded start-up you co-founded.

About BonBillo

BonBillo is an incubator and support network for ambitious startups using technology to solve social, health and environmental problems. We work with entrepreneurs and university students to launch and grow social ventures. Our incubator provides social ventures with entrepreneurship training, top mentors, an accomplished peer group, workspace and financial assistance.

Learn more in Handshake.

Women on the Buy-Side

The Center for Careers and Internships and Midd Women on Wall Street (Midd WOW) will co-host Women on the Buy-Side panel discussion.

Our panelists will engage in a lively discussion and provide advice for Middlebury women who want to build and navigate a rewarding career with buy-side firms or in the broader financial services industry.

Panelists will include:

  • Pam Czekanski ’81, P’18, P’20 – Associate Director of Client Service and Vice President at Loomis, Sayles & Company
  • Beth Ann Day ‘P21 – Managing Director, Chief Talent Officer, and Global Associate Director of Research at Bernstein
  • Sandhya Douglas ’93 – Partner, Senior Managing Director, COO, Investments at Wellington Management Company

Please RSVP that you will attend here.