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Filed Under (Internships) by on December 11, 2009

Are you taking a Winter Term class, but would like internship experience? Then, apply today for a part-time internship at Womensphere—and work from here! ABOUT WOMENSPHERE Womensphere ( is a global community of individuals, leaders, networks, organizations, and companies, aligned by a shared mission and purpose: Empowering and connecting the world’s women to unleash potential, […]

Industrial Economics, Incorporated (IEc) is looking to hire bright individuals as Research Analysts, people from disciplines such as Economics, Environmental Science, Government, and Applied Mathematics who are able quantitative analysts, creative problem-solvers, and excellent communicators. Working with other IEc consultants, Research Analysts gather and evaluate data; perform analyses using a variety of economic, financial, or […]


The University for Peace (UPEACE), the U.N. Mandated Graduate School of Peace and Conflict Studies, is currently enrolling students for the Academic Year 2010-2011. This institution offers MA degrees in areas related to Peace and Conflict Studies; Gender and Peace Education; Environment, Peace and Security;  International Law and Human Rights; and Responsible Management and Sustainable Economic Development. UPEACE […]

The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) seeks a Government Affairs Assistant.  Successful candidate will work within NACWA’s Government Affairs Group providing general administrative support; assisting in the preparation, editing and distribution of publications; arranging and coordinating meetings and conference calls; compiling member comments; tabulating survey data; and assisting in the development of responses […]

If you are an ES grad, you may be interested this position. The Appalachian Mountain Club is looking to hire a Maine Policy Associate in Brunswick, ME. AMC is seeking a Maine Policy Associate to work directly with the Maine Policy Manager in furthering AMC’s conservation interests in the state of Maine, with some work […]

Do you know what green companies are in your area? As I have mentioned in the past, Green Career Central contains some great tips, but their post on maps has to be one of their best. One of their links, Clean Tech Startups, is a google map which shows where various clean tech startups are […]

Referring back to my earlier post Opportunities in Education, I found a few problems in the file Education Opportunities and Resources.pdf So, I have gone through and made sure all of the descriptions can be seen, but most importantly, the links will only work correctly if you copy and paste them into your browser window. […]

Do you know about the Skoll Foundation? According to their website, “The Skoll Foundation’s mission is to drive large-scale change by investing in, connecting and celebrating social entrepreneurs and other innovators dedicated to solving the world’s most pressing problems.” The Skoll Foundation also has a blog, which is an amazing and fun way to stay […]

You may have heard whispers of it from around the water cooler, or perhaps they were persuasive yells from people outside Proctor Dining Hall. Well, what you heard is true. The United Nations Climate Change Conference is happening from December 7th to December 18th in Copenhagen. What does Green Career Central say you should do […]

Alaska Geographic is seeking experienced educators for a summer of learning, exploration, and sharing. Alaska Geographic is a managing partner of the Murie Science and Learning Center facility at the entrance to Denali National Park. The Center has a stimulating and nurturing working environment that is dedicated to introducing visitors to this fascinating and unique […]

Filed Under (Education) by on December 1, 2009 and tagged ,

Do you want to be a teacher once you graduate? The CSO has compiled a list of the many education options and resources available to Middlebury Students. It contains Private School Programs, Public School Programs, Summer Internship Programs and more! It also indicates with which ones Middlebury has a recruiting relationship. Included are programs in […]

American Jewish Committee’s Goldman Fellowship Program is designed to develop future leaders in the areas of international and domestic politics, diplomacy, public relations, and management. This competitive Fellowship gives students the unique opportunity to work in offices domestically and throughout the world – from New York City to Melbourne, Australia. Fellows work closely with supervisors […]

Are you interested in global health and international development, public health, medicine, social entrepreneurship, nonprofits, philanthropy, microfinance, human rights, anthropology, health policy, advocacy, public service, environmental health, or education? If you are, then you should attend GH/Innovate 2010 Global Health & Innovation Conference Presented by Unite For Sight, 7th Annual Conference Yale University, New Haven, […]


Have you heard of the Waste-to-Energy industry? Instead of filling up our precious land with garbage, Companies in the industry burn waste to produce energy. According to Green Career Central, “for each ton of municipal solid waste combusted, 500-600 kWh of electricity are produced.” The industry is very careful to burn the waste in such […]

CDC/ATSDR’s National Center for Environmental Health/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (NCEH/ATSDR) is offering a 10-week summer internship program for students in Environmental Studies, Ecology, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, and other related majors to take place June 9-August 13, 2010. During the course of the internship, students are introduced to environmental health at the federal […]

Are you interested in the renewable energy sector? Horizon Wind Energy is looking to hire a Performance Analyst at their office in Houston, TX. As their analyst, you would collaborate with Performance Engineering and Energy Assessment teams in analyzing operational performance of wind turbines, and develop tools to monitor said performance and routinely identify performance […]


Do you have a solid network that you can rely on? And no, I am not talking about the 1976 Oscar-winning movie “Network.”  Instead, I am referring to the tried and true method of meeting people and organizing your contacts in order to help you out in the job market. Why Network One benefit is […]

Filed Under (Education) by on November 23, 2009 and tagged

Unite For Sight’s Founder and CEO will hold a 1/2-day dynamic, immersive global health workshop. Currently, 4 billion people in the world own cell phones, including those in villages where healthcare is non-existent. What enables the delivery and distribution of goods at the “base of the pyramid,” and what hinders healthcare delivery? What strategies can […]

Are you interested in teaching abroad after graduation? If so, consider the China Education Initiative (CEI). CEI has been actively recruiting here at Middlebury this semester and their deadline is approaching! So log onto MOJO and send in your application before December 1, 2009. Read on for more CEI’s job posting on MOJO CEI is […]

Maine Conservation Corps is dedicated to conservation projects, volunteers, education, and leadership skills. MCC is recruiting enthusiastic people to participate in a trail training program starting February 22, 2010. Successful participants will lead MCC teams from late May until mid August.  Teams are young adults (18 or older).  Team members are both men and women […]