Please join us!
Thursday, April 26th
4:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Otter Creek Brewery
Delicious Food & Drinks, Music, and Great Conversations!
(partners are welcome to attend, but please no children)
Are you kind, approachable, compassionate, energetic, spirited, and resourceful? Can you maintain a smile and sense of humor even during the most challenging of days? If so, we hope you will apply to work in the Center for Careers and Internships. We have a full-time summer and several part-time academic-year OFFICE ASSISTANT positions available.
First-years and sophomores from diverse backgrounds and all interests are strongly encouraged to apply.
Please apply early, applications will be reviewed as they come in. Final deadline is April 11th for consideration.
Summer Position: https://middlebury.peopleadmin.com/postings/16903
Academic Year Positions: https://middlebury.peopleadmin.com/postings/17046
Have you interacted with the Center for Careers & Internships (CCI) in the last 2 years, perhaps for funding that cool summer internship or personal project or you’ve bonded with an advisor, attended a workshop, Field Guide or UpNext? Or even traveled across the U.S. on a Student Trek? How about that Career Conversation with an alum your faculty encouraged you to hear? Thinking about a campus job next year? Want to be on top of the “opportunities” as they fly in to Handshake? If you’ve ever walked in to ADK House and used the well-trained editing advise of a Peer Career Advisor (PCA) for Quick Questions, then perhaps you’ll think of applying to work at CCI next semester! Check out the job here on the Student Employment site and apply by the deadline of Sunday, April 15th!
Apply TODAY to be a CCI Peer Career Advisor here: https://middlebury.peopleadmin.com/postings/16948
On Thursday, April 12, we welcome to Middlebury four graduate students and one postdoctoral fellow from the University of Chicago. They specialize in English Language and Literature, Linguistics, Microbiology, and Sociology. They will discuss things that they wish they’d known about graduate school, including time management, combating isolation, and building community—a unique challenge for graduate students of color and first-generation college students.
Visitors: José Antonio Arellano, PhD candidate in English Language and Literature, Evelyn Campbell, PhD student Microbiology, Michael Dango, Postdoctoral Fellow in English Language and Literature, Melissa Osborne, PhD candidate in Sociology, Tran Truong, PhD candidate in Linguistics
What I Wish I’d Known about Graduate School
- 4:30-5:45 p.m. in the Anderson Freeman Center at Carr Hall
- Informal panel discussion by University of Chicago visitors with Middlebury students. Snacks provided.
Dinner – RSVP required (email Rachel Hynson)
- 6:15-7:15 p.m. in Atwater Commons
- Small, on-campus dinner with UChicago visitors and Middlebury students.
|At Morgan Stanley, solving complex challenges and fueling economic growth across continents is what we do. We offer you a structured path to success, providing you with the training, mobility and responsibility to make a real difference.
Inside Access Day is for current 2020 graduates with a 3.5 GPA or higher who are true leaders on campus. Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled as a sophomore in a four year accredited institution. Come learn how we prepare you for a successful career in finance.
Our one day workshop will provide you with an opportunity to explore the financial services industry, become familiar with the Firm’s business and culture, and network with leaders across the Firm.
Candidates must upload their resume with current GPA. After submitting your application you will be asked to complete an additional video component via HireVue. You will receive an additional e-mail with information on how to complete this step within 72 hours of submitting your application. We encourage you to account for this step in your application timeline.
Students selected for the program will have domestic travel expenses paid to and from our offices in NYC. Participation is limited.
Tuesday, March 20 at 4:30 pm in Axinn 229
Join Barbara Ofosu-Somuah ’13 for a Fulbright and Watson fellowships talk with Dean Lisa Gates.
Barbara, who has received both a Fulbright and Watson, studied psychology, sociology and Italian at Middlebury. During her Watson, she explored the role of hair in Black, Latina and multiracial cultures in several countries. During her Fulbright, she examined diversity and inclusion efforts in Italian schools.
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