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Event in BOSTON! Harvard Medical School’s Graduate Programs in Biological & Biomedical Sciences

Please join us for an evening event in Boston, MA to learn about Harvard Medical School’s Graduate Programs in Biological and Biomedical Sciences. The evening will be hosted by Harvard University’s Dean of Graduate Education David E. Golan, MD, PhD, and Professors David Van Vactor, PhD, and Jason Huestis, PhD. You’ll be introduced to graduate education and the various degree programs at HMS, and learn what qualities graduate schools look for in an applicant. Undergraduate advisors, students and alumni from Bowdoin, Bates, Colby, Williams and Wellesley will also be in attendance.

Please sign up in advance for this amazing opportunity by clicking on the “Join Event” button in Handshake.

This event is open to alumni and undergrads. Transportation to Boston, MA is up to the individual. If there is a lot of interest in students traveling from Middlebury, we recommend either renting a Middlebury vehicle, or carpooling.

Harvard Medical School
240 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

CCI Quick Questions start MONDAY 9/11! Stop in and meet our new PCAs.

CCI’s Peer Career Advisors serve as the CCI’s ambassadors to fellow Middlebury students. PCAs are available during Quick Questions to help you with:

  • Developing and reviewing resumes and cover letters
  • Searching for internship and employment opportunities
  • Preparing for interviews
  • Accessing online career resources like Handshake
  • Referring you to appropriate advising staff at CCI
  • Presenting a workshop to a student club or organization

Quick Questions will begin Monday, September 11th, 2017.

Every Weekday, 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday, Adirondack House

Evening Hours, 7:00pm-9:00pm

  • Mondays @ BiHall (3rd floor lounge)
  • Tuesdays @ Anderson Freeman Center (AFC) *beginning 9/26*
  • Wednesdays @ Wilson Cafe (Davis Family Library)

Meet our PCAs!

Local Events this Fall: Saturday, 9/16 and Sunday, 9/24

Fall in Middlebury is abuzz with action! Check out some of these fun local events open to all:

Saturday, September 16: Community Jamboree celebrating ACTR’s 25th year!

Middlebury, Vermont… A “Community Jamboree” will take place from 11am-2pm on Saturday, September 16th at the Mary Hogan Recreation Park in Middlebury.  There will be live music, family-friendly activities and free safety gear for bikers and pedestrians, including toddler helmets from Frog Hollow Bikes and flashing reflectors from ACTR. Entrance is free.

Community Jamboree was created by Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) who just turned 25, delivered its 2.3 millionth ride and merged with Stagecoach Transportation of Randolph.

Whether you stay for the party or not, please stop by with non-perishable donations for the Stuff-The-Bus food drive, which benefits local food shelves. Stuff-The-Bus donors will get a free ice cream cone and an earful of music performed by Full Share. Once at the Community Jamboree, maybe you’ll linger to meet the Pet Adoption Ambassadors with their four-legged friends; take a bocce tutorial from a Special Olympian; get your face painted by a Girl Scout; admire your child’s skills on the Bike-A-Palooza course, play games with local service organizations or grab a hot dog from the Middlebury Rotary Club’s concession stand.  Food concessions will be priced affordably and all other Community Jamboree offerings are free of charge.

Twenty-five years ago, ACTR had a handful of volunteer drivers who offered fee-based transportation services. Over time, it expanded its volunteer workforce, began serving senior meal sites, made all services more accessible, created 6 public bus routes, grew to a fleet of 21 buses, created 32 jobs and built a Community Transportation Center.

 

Note: the Middlebury Rec Park is located next to Mary Hogan Elementary School on Route 7 (about a 15 minute walk from campus!)

 

Sunday, September 24th: Middlebury Rotary’s First Annual Fall Festival

Middlebury Rotary is hosting their first annual Fall Festival, Sunday, September 24, 2-6 pm on the outdoor lawn behind the College’s Center for the Arts.
Tickets in advance are $10 for adults and may be purchased at the Middlebury Inn, Countryside Carpet & Paint, and Holden Insurance, $15 at the door. Proceeds benefit local organizations in Addison County.

Wells Fargo Sophomore Diversity Summit

Start exploring a career in Investment Banking or Sales & Trading with Wells Fargo during the special two-day Wells Fargo Securities (WFS) Sophomore Diversity Summit, designed for top-performing, diverse sophomores.

You’ll network with your peers and Wells Fargo team members and analysts while increasing your understanding of the financial services industry.

The summit also includes the chance to interview for our selective paid summer internships — a great place to start your career and build your resume.

The conference includes:

  • The chance to interview for paid summer internships in the WFS Sophomore Summer Analyst Program in Investment Banking or Sales & Trading
  • Panel discussions with analysts, managers, and senior leaders
  • Professional development workshops
  • Seminars on investment banking and sales & trading
  • Networking opportunities

Conference Dates and Location:

Charlotte, NC: October 18-20, 2017

All travel and meal expenses will be paid by Wells Fargo.

Qualifications

The program is open to all sophomores pursuing a bachelor’s degree in any major with an expected graduation by June 2020

Application details

Submit your application by Monday, September 18, 2017. Your application must include answers to the following questions in 350 words or less:

Why diversity is important to an organization and what you hope to achieve from the Wells Fargo Securities (WFS) Sophomore Diversity Forum.

Rochester Institute of Technology ON CAMPUS Tuesday 9/26!!

Come meet the R.I.T. representative at their information table on
Tuesday, 9/26 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm in the McCullough Grille Foyer

See your
vision
through.

Rochester Institute of Technology is a privately endowed, coeducational university with nine colleges emphasizing career education and experiential learning.

RIT offers 90+ graduate programs in Art, Design, Crafts, Photography, Animation, Business, Communications, Service and Hospitality; Education, Psychology, and Human Resources; Science, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics and Imaging Science; Applied Arts & Sciences; Sustainability; Computing and Information Sciences; and Engineering and Technology.

Degrees offered include M. Arch., MBA, MFA, MS, MST, ME and Ph.D.

$17 million in scholarships and graduate assistantships were awarded to graduate students last year. 95% graduate students get jobs or pursue additional degrees.

Learn more about their graduate degrees online.