Deadlines for Upcoming Jobs and Internships on MOJO

Now that you are on break, don’t miss out on these great opportunities that we’ve identified in MOJO.  Dust off your resumes and cover letters and submit your applications as soon as possible.  Don’t wait until the very last moment to apply.

  • Choate Rosemary Hall

Summer Teaching Internship application deadline:  January 27, 2010. This opportunity is for Juniors who will be ON CAMPUS February 11, 2010 for Interviews. Recruiter in ResidenceFebruary 11, 2010, 10am – 12pm, Adirondack House Career Services Library

  • Industrial Economics, Incorporated

Environmental consulting. Research Analyst application deadline:  December 31, 2009

  • Tuck Business Bridge Program

Business boot camp for the liberal arts major. Application deadline:  January 1, 2010

  • Overland Travel

Outdoor leadership positions for youth adventure travel trips. Application deadlines:  January 11, 2010

  • Teach for America

Alternative teaching positions with a focus on social impact. Corps Members application deadlines:  January 8, 2010; February 19, 2010

  • Tobin Project

Influence public debate with the policy community and the academic community. Development and Operations Assistant application deadline:  January 15, 2010;  Research Analyst application deadline:  January 15, 2010

  • Phillips Academy Andover

Andover Teaching Fellowship Program application deadline:  January 15, 2010

Teaching Assistants application deadline:  January 29, 2010

  • Educators Ally

A placement agency for independent school educators. Teachers and Administrators application deadline:  January 17, 2010

  • Congressional Hunger Center

A 12-month leadership development program that trains emerging leaders committed to social justice issues. Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program application deadline:  January 20, 2010

CA-CP Announces Climate Fellowship Opportunities for Summer 2010


The highly competitive Clean Air-Cool Planet Climate Fellowship program pairs outstanding students with challenging real-world opportunities to propel society toward a low-carbon future. Highly qualified graduate and undergraduate students in fields ranging from the humanities to environmental policy or economics to statistics, engineering, physical or biological sciences complete important, challenging, and in-depth projects.

Applications will be accepted from December 18th until midnight on January 31st, 2010. Placements run for ten weeks, between May and August, 2010, and include a $5000 stipend.

CA-CP gratefully acknowledges the crucial initial support of the Roy A. Hunt Foundation in establishing our Climate Fellowship program. This year’s (2010) placements are made possible partly through the generosity of David Hills, the Otto Haas fund and the Cove Fund.

Please read the descriptions and locations carefully. You may apply for one placement only, so choose the one that best matches your experience, qualifications and interests.

Opportunities for 2010 are as follows:

Incredible history unfolding on my laptop and Middlebury is THERE!

While many of you are on break from Middelbury, I am sitting in my office on campus in Vermont watching the UN Climate Conference LIVE in Copenhagen.  Right now, Jamie Henn ’07, coordinator, is answering questions from the audience and press about what’s next after COP15.  I also got to watch current Midd student, Ben Wessel ’10, earlier at a different panel discussion talking about synergies with youth from China.  Another Midd siting – here, Kelly Blynn ’07, coordinator, dressed up in a penguin outfit (I think that might also be Emily Adler ’07 disguised as one of the flock as well) singing “It’s Getting Hot in Here!” on the BBC Report.

Amazing stuff.  Too bad the popular press keeps chasing the negative (i.e. the protest arrests) versus what’s going on inside the halls!

Follow history unfolding all this week at:

So incredible…our little corner of Vermont is making lots of heat inside (and outside)!

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