Make a difference like Middlebury graduates Leonard Badeau ’09, Kris Wilson ’08, and Paul Barnwell ’04!
Teach Kentucky recruits college graduates to teach in urban middle and high schools throughout the Greater Louisville, KY area while enrolled in an alternative route to certification Masters in the Art of Teaching (MAT) with the University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development. Currently, there is a high need for Spanish Teachers for the 2010 – 2011 academic year.
We also offer:
- Significant tuition reimbursement for math, science & special education.
- $1,000 relocation incentive upon arrival in Louisville.
- Reimbursement of Praxis II exam(s) in core content area(s)
- Free transitional housing
- Intense summer training (starting before fall semester)
- Extensive mentor support team during your first year
- Alumni connections
- Pay increase of $4,000 upon completion of MAT
- Waiver for out-of-state tuition saving $6,000
The Summer Conservation Intern will report directly to the Islands Land Steward, with frequent interaction with the Islands Program Manager, the Eastern Massachusetts Program Director, and native plant specialists. Work on this project will primarily take place on Martha’s Vineyard, with potential work on the other islands. During the three month period, the intern will:
- Gain practical experience in land stewardship, preserves and facilities management, and restoration;
- Learn proper research and monitoring protocols for restoration projects;
- Become knowledgeable of the plants and animals endemic to the Sandplains;
- Be exposed to The Nature Conservancy’s mission, culture and values. Read more
The Akilah Institute is looking to hire a Summer Development Intern in Tampa, FL.
The Akilah Institute is developing a new model of education for young women in Rwanda. The Akilah curriculum is a direct response to the needs of the business community and is a result of extensive research. Our initial diploma programs will provide young women with the skills and experience to become leaders in the hospitality industry, a rapidly developing sector of the Rwandan economy. The 2-year diploma program will be accredited by the Higher Education Council. The course work will emphasize leadership development, market relevant skills, and entrepreneurship. Read more
Summer Intern Program
Trenton, New Jersey
TerraCycle is one of the most dynamic green businesses in the US. Named “The Coolest Little Startup in America” by Inc. Magazine, the company was recently featured in the Financial Times. In addition, TerraCycle has its own TV show “Garbage Moguls” on the National Geographic channel. On behalf of over fifty major brands, TerraCycle collects branded non-recyclable waste, mostly packaging waste, (through licensees) and it turns that waste into new “eco-friendly” products and materials.
In addition to the United States, TerraCycle has operations in Canada, Mexico, the UK and Brazil and will continue both domestic and international expansion through 2010 and beyond.
If you are an undergraduate, MBA/graduate student or a recent graduate with a strong interest in green business, eco-capitalism, upcycling, recycling or social entrepreneurship, TerraCycle offers a unique opportunity for incredible growth, and innovative work. The Summer Intern Program Read more
Child Family Health International (CFHI) is a NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
CFHI offers socially responsible global health immersion programs for health sciences students and recent graduates. By participating in CFHI programs students gain insight and context into the challenges and successes involved in providing care with limited resources to underserved communities. Read more about CFHI’s 20+ sites at www.cfhi.org.
Combining CFHI Programs
A unique option offered by CFHI is combining 2-3 programs for a comparative 8-12 week or semester-long immersion experience. Participants can customize 2 or more programs based on their interest in order to learn in-depth about care in urban vs. rural communities, or learn about specific healthcare issues within a country such as communicable disease in Mumbai, India and maternal and child health in Pune, India, for example Read more
As the admission deadline fast approaches, be sure to check out Bard’s master’s degree programs to find out if one of them is right for you! The deadline for all degree options is April 1st, 2010.
The Bard Center for Environmental Policy is a place for people who will change the future. We invite you to join us.
Found a great summer internship, but it’s UNPAID?
CSO can connect you with nearly $90,000 in
FUNDING FOR UNPAID SUMMER INTERNSHIPS!
You are eligible if you’ve already secured your internship.
Submit your online application by Thursday, April 1st!
Funding is available for First Years, Sophomores, and Juniors completing domestic and international internships in a variety of fields. (The largest of the endowed funds supports juniors.)
The internship must be UNPAID and typically encompass 300 hours of work.
For more information or to apply please visit:
Please contact internships<at>middlebury.edu for further details
Ohio Student Environmental Coalition’s Cleveland summer internship program,
in partnership with Summer of Solutions
Join the Ohio Student Environmental Coalition and its partners for a summer of community greening and environmental justice work on Cleveland’s near West side! Summer interns will work with community partners in Cleveland’s Detroit-Shoreway and Clark-Metro neighborhoods to address structural and material environmental challenges in three basic ways. These three tracks are not mutually exclusive, meaning that program participants will choose to participate in any combination of the following initiatives: Read more
The FARM Institute on the island of Martha’s Vineyard is looking for an Executive Director.
The FARM Institute (TFI) was founded in 2000 as a teaching farm located in Edgartown, Massachusetts on Martha’s Vineyard. Its mission is to educate and engage children and adults in sustainable agriculture through the diverse operations of a working farm. It is a teaching farm that provides year-round educational programs to over 1000 children annually. Read more
The role of Program Associate is an exciting position with great opportunity for project management, program development, and strategic thinking contributing to the growth and strength of our professional and international chapter networks. This opportunity is ideal for anyone looking to broaden their professional nonprofit experience.
As part of the Net Impact Chapters Team, the Program Associate will play a key role in overseeing part of the 250+ chapter network, with particular focus on both our professional and international chapters. The Program Associate reports directly to the Global Chapters Manager and has the opportunity to work with all members of the Net Impact team including the Deputy Director, the Senior Communications Manager, other Program Associates, Net Impact interns and volunteers.
Summer Search is a dynamic national non-profit organization that finds resilient low-income high school students and inspires them to become responsible and altruistic leaders by providing year-round mentoring, life-changing summer experiences, college advising and a lasting support network. Summer Search started in 1990 in San Francisco and currently serves over 1,000 high school students and 2,000 alumni in the Bay Area (San Francisco, North Bay and Silicon Valley), Seattle, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. 93% of participants go on to become first generation college students and professionals.
The Development and Operations Assistant is responsible for assisting with the organization’s fundraising efforts and providing administrative program support to the San Francisco Bay Area region, which is comprised of three program sites in San Francisco, Petaluma and San Jose. Read more
Fitness Forward is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to Lead Youth to Live Well. Integrating scientifically grounded evidence, web-based technologies, and targeted social marketing, we aim to reverse the dangerous rise in childhood obesity, diabetes, and mental illness. We envision a day when all children, regardless of background or circumstance, will grow up with the knowledge, motivation, and tools to live healthier, happier lives. Currently, D2F reaches thousands of children in MA, NC, ND, PA, OH and AL public schools. Evaluations in NC and MA demonstrated that children who participated in D2F
- became more physically active Read more
Get PAID to gain practical experience in land stewardship and ecological restoration!
Spend your summer outdoors as a Conservation Intern working to protect and expand the last, best examples of coastal outwash plain ecosystems, found on Martha’s Vineyard.
DEADLINE: April 1
“For students that are planning on working with an environmental conservancy organization, this internship is perfect. ” –Past Nature Conservancy Intern
The Summer Conservation Intern will: Read more
Based in Monterey, California, The Women’s International Perspective, Inc. (The WIP) is the global source for women’s perspectives. The WIP reports news, world opinion, and commentary through our Feature Articles, Byline Portal, Current Headlines, and community blog. Our mission is to provide quality articles from the unique perspectives of women, accessible worldwide, and free to readers.
Our internships provide the opportunity for women and men interested in international media to gain hands-on experience in the everyday workings of our publication. Read more
Seems Like Hardwick, Vermont is the Place to be Right Now!
David Dolginow ’09.5 recommends you check it out! Hardwick is the home of both Vermont Soy and Vermont Natural Coatings (which both have summer 2010 internship opportunities listed on our blog). Check out this Dan Rather clip as well as this New York Times article to learn more!
2010 Summer Internship in Social Entrepreneurship and Marketing
Vermont Soy is part of the movement to produce healthy food from close to home. We buy organic, non-gmo beans from local family farmers, and we believe that fresh, organic, and local food is the healthiest choice for you and the planet. We are mindful of our carbon footprint, which is why we source our ingredients locally and sell our products regionally. Our mission here at Vermont Soy in Hardwick is to build a healthy food system by supporting sustainable agriculture and our local economy.
We are looking for a student who is self-motivated, creative, and a doer. We need someone with innovative ideas and the capacity to follow through and make those ideas become a reality. Someone who is excited about working for a small company that produces premium, socially and environmentally sound building products will do well in this business. Read more
Want social change?
Interested in a career in community organizing but wondering how to move forward?
That’s what we do.
The Community Organizing Residency (COR) is a six-month, paid residency. COR is for people from different faith backgrounds who want to make community organizing their profession. They will gain social justice experience working with leading organizing groups in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Read more
The development associate is generally responsible for fundraising and communications. In particular, this includes donor research, outreach, and follow-up, especially for major donors. The development associate is primarily responsible for maintaining donor data, grant information (especially deadlines), and for coordinating other interns in fundraising activities. Read more
The Orton Family Foundation is offering 1-2 funded summer internships to students interested in land use planning, civic engagement and community development. The intern(s) will work closely with Foundation staff to assist in research, writing and other activities in support of core program functions. The intern will be based in the Foundation’s offices in the Marbleworks complex, Middlebury, Vermont. Read more