The Innovataion Hub wants to loop you into the THIRD Vermont Ventures Trip Announcement!!
Theme: Sustainable Manufacturing Practices
When: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8th. 1:30-4:30pm.
Where: Bee’s Wrap, a sustainable food storage company, and May West, a small venture getting into milkweed garment production.
If you’re interested in attending and getting a spot on the bus up to Bristol, ‘like’ the recent post in the Facebook group to reserve a spot in the van. Feel free to message or email Lucy Scott with any questions – lscott[at]middlebury.edu
HOPE TO SEE MANY OF YOU THERE!!
MiddVentures Community is a student organization, supported by the Middlebury Innovation Hub, that fosters the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation throughout the Middlebury community and around Vermont. go/innohub and go/innonews for more information on all of the programming offered by the Innovation Hub.
Thus far, there’s no definitive list of Vermont’s health-tech companies. Nevertheless, an informal tally by Jeff Couture, executive director of the Vermont Technology Alliance, indicates that more than two dozen companies are engaged in developing health- and wellness-related technologies, including medical devices, software, IT consulting and data management services. According to a vtVA report, “Vermont’s Tech Employment: The Hidden Driver of Our Economic Growth,” the $5.6 billion overall tech sector accounts for one in four jobs in Vermont, with an average wage of $72,482, compared to a statewide average of $44,540.
Read the full Seven Days article by Ken Picard here.
Curious about finding jobs or internships in Vermont Health Tech Companies? Below are links to the companies listed in the article.
Calling all internship and co-op seekers! Keurig Green Mountain has posted their 2018 opportunities!
As a values-based technology company in the beverage business, Keurig is creating a beverage revolution. Join them and see what your imagination can brew.
“Every single project that I was given was of critical importance to the Company. Your ideas are heard, your solutions are seriously considered, and you have access to every level in the company, even the CEO!” ~Salman, Engineering Co-op, University of Tennessee
“As a Keurig Green Mountain intern, co-op, or recent graduate, we rely on you to help us rethink it all. From ideating and testing new products to researching and marketing the very way our products are positioned to the world, our interns manage projects that have a direct impact on the future of the Company. In our program, you will work side-by-side with seasoned professionals who will teach, guide, and mentor you as you progress through your role.”
How does your major fit in at Keurig Green Mountain? Make your selection below to learn more:
In 1991 in Burlington, Vermont, ReCycle North began an innovative program of repairing and reselling household items that otherwise would have gone to the dump. Out of that founding vision, more than 750 people have received job training and skills essential to gainful employment, 10,000 low-income people have received needed household goods and building materials, more than 10,000 tons of materials have been kept from the landfill, and 50 people now have secure employment through income earned largely from this social enterprise. ReSOURCE’s success to date has proven its sustainability and is replicating this model of environmental sustainability, educational training, and economic opportunity in central Vermont.
ReSOURCE offers internships that would be a great fit for Middlebury students!
They have internships in:
SunCommon® believes that everyone has the right to a healthy environment and brighter future – and renewable energy is where it starts.
Energy from the sun can power our lives and build vibrant communities. SunCommon’s mission is to tear down barriers to clean energy and use their business as a force for good.
Save Money. Go Solar.
“We are succeeding by celebrating creativity, cross-functional collaboration, high energy, hard work, good play, deep networking and acknowledging that we’ll each make mistakes and learn from them. We know success. We know fun. Come do both with us.”
Their open positions are listed on their website. To apply to their Vermont clean energy jobs, prepare your resume and cover letter (both in PDF format) describing what interests you about the position, why you believe you’d succeed at it, and one of your greatest accomplishments. Please do include a cover letter – it helps them get to know you!
Did you miss the Vermont Tech Jam this past weekend? Not to worry, we went on your behalf and learned quite a bit about job opportunities in Vermont! In the coming weeks we will be highlighting Vermont employers, so if you are looking to stay in VT for a summer internship, or a full-time job opportunity, follow our blog to learn about the many options right here in Vermont!
Data Innovations is the world’s largest and most successful clinical and blood laboratory middleware company.
Founded in 1989, and headquartered in South Burlington, VT, Data Innovations (DI) has offices in the United States, Belgium, Brazil, and Hong Kong. DI provides laboratories around the world with solutions that range from connectivity to full workflow management. Standardization, flexibility, control and quality are some of the reasons why more than 6,000 customers worldwide have DI in their labs.
DI continues to grow and is hiring! You’ll have great co-workers, benefits, and a dog-friendly work environment! Check out their open positions on the DI website.
VT EPSCoR paid summer internships ($5,000) working in Vermont’s beautiful Lake Champlain Basin studying resilience to extreme weather events. Opportunities for students interested in the sciences and/or social sciences: Lake and Stream Ecology Climatology Water Chemistry and Microbiology Soil Nutrients Environmental Policy and Management Land Use Management Computer Science and Modeling See the VT EPSCoR […]