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Join TNC’s Director of Global HR for an Information Session and Interviews for Internships.

 

Tuesday, November 5
4:30 P.M., The Orchard, Franklin Environmental Center
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Any class year interested in conservation and internships (2 specific PAID for Middlebury students) having a social impact.

Apply by Monday, November 4 for the two GLOBE internships for Midd students or any other GLOBE internships and you could get an interview with their representatives on Wednesday, November 6. Read the rest of this entry »

Calling All Students!

Do What You Love.
Build your professional potential

ThinkImpact introduces Institutes by Topic this Winter.

Participate in programs that focus on
Education / Food / Health / Social

Innovation

Traveling abroad is exciting. As a student, are you getting the most out of it? Now you can learn through ThinkImpact’s award-winning innovation process and explore the topic that you’re most passionate about. Join them this winter for 12 days that will inspire new thinking on what’s possible.

Experience Africa or Latin America. Winter Institutes are offered in Ghana, Rwanda and Panama.

Would you go?

Our mailing address is:
*50 South Steele Street #328, Denver CO 80203*

Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) provides internship opportunities with local businesses and organizations to students at Vermont colleges and universities This program gives students the opportunity to explore career opportunities in Vermont, and also supports the fast-growing entrepreneurial economy in Vermont. Undergraduate and Graduate Studies students can be involved in our innovative internship program, as well as recent graduates up to two years post graduation. Available internship opportunities include Project Management Intern  at Central Vermont Community Land Trust , GIS Data Acquisition and Implementation Intern  at Vermont Energy Investment Corp., Farm Intern at Barry Lawson Associates , Category Management Intern at Seventh Generation and many more.

For more information visit Available Internship List  .

To apply for any of the internships e-mail your completed cover letter, STUDENT Questionnaire Formand resume to Becky Cohen at beckyc@vbsr.org with the internship title in the subject line. We will then review and forward your completed information to the business and act as the liason during the application process and throughout the internship

If you have ANY questions please do not hesitate to contact Becky Cohen, the Internship Program Manager, at the VBSR office:  862-8347, or by email at beckyc@vbsr.org

Addison County Poverty Internships offer meaningful opportunities to spend summer fighting poverty in Vermont. This year the paid internships will take place at the John Graham Homeless Shelter, the Addison County Council Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, and the Open Door Clinic. Interns will earn $9.20 per hour, 35 hours per week. Students can choose to reside on campus for $100 per week, meal plan included.

See here for list of internship descriptions:

Summer 2013- Paid Addison County Poverty Internships

How do I apply?
Find our more information and apply through MOJO! Log in here, search for “Addison County Poverty Internships,” and follow the instructions to submit a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript (can be unofficial). Applications are due on March 11, 2013. Interviews will be held in mid-March and successful applicants will be notified before spring break.

What if I have questions?
Attend the information session:
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 4:30 p.m.
Center for Education in Action (EIA) Library in Adirondack House
OR Contact Ashley Calkins, jcalkins@middlebury.edu.

 

 

Midd alum Ruth Kelty ’95 with NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science is pleased to announce more than 50 wide-ranging internships open to Middlebury students in a variety of majors and interests. Through this internship program, opportunities will be available in NOAA labs and offices nationwide, working in fields such as applied ocean and atmospheric science, policy, and science communication. Each student’s summer activities will be overseen and mentored by a NOAA staff member.

Internships are in the natural and social sciences and last approximately 10 weeks. Start dates are flexible, but most internships begin in June and end in August. Interns will be selected on a competitive basis. While these are unpaid internships, the Center for Education in Action is committed to providing funding for up to three of these opportunities (current seniors are not eligible for funding but may still apply for the internships).

See here for list of internship descriptions :  2013 NOAA internship opportunities

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Interested in leading summer programs spanning the outdoors, service, language, or writing?  Apply to be a summer trip leader at Overland !

Application deadline: Monday, December 10 (1st of 3 deadlines)

Overland offers outdoor trips (hiking & bicycle touring), service and field studies, language study abroad and writing programs to students ages 10 to 18. For the past 26 years, small groups, carefully crafted programs and inspiring leadership have been at the heart of what they do.

Students ending their first year in college will serve on their Williamstown support staff and may earn leadership opportunities. Students completing their sophomore year typically lead in New England. Juniors and seniors lead programs across the country and world-wide.

Check MOJO for full details on this job opportunity

Application deadline: Monday, December 10

Middlebury Community Care Coalition is a volunteer-based non-profit that provides emergency housing and food through the Charter House Emergency Winter Shelter and Pleasant Street Transitional Housing to those in Addison County needing assistance.

 Interns will help maintain a spirit of welcome and community within the building. Interns will also gain an in-depth understanding of how the Middlebury Community Care Coalition and the broader community support the transition of homeless families to stable housing

Please visit go/internships and click on “Winter Term” for information on receiving course credit for this internship

Check MOJO for full details on this job opportunity!

  For more information visit :  http://www.mccc-vt.org/

Deadline to apply: December 17, 2012

An Internship with the Sustainability Coordinator at Teton Science Schools is a winter term experience available to motivated Middlebury students interested in organizational sustainability.

The intern will work on the sustainability audit (STARS) and the development of a Sustainability Report, describing the outcomes of the audit and the school’s efforts towards sustainability. As part of this program, the Intern will have the option to take a Winter Ecology Course (3-9 days) and work on the development of sustainability curriculum within the Field Education Program, including exploring pedagogy and field teaching, depending on the interests of the intern.

The Sustainability Initiative at Teton Science Schools is the process of educating about and monitoring our natural resource use. This process helps us to understand our environmental, community and economic impacts and make informed decisions regarding energy use, resource consumption and waste.

Don’t miss this great opportunity !! Apply on MOJO!

Lacrosse the Nations unifies the lacrosse community to sustainably improve education and health while creating hope and opportunity for children in need.

 For a second year, Lacrosse the Nations (LtN) is partnering with Manna Project International to recruit a Program Director (PD). The Program Director will be responsible for inspiring the youth in Nicaragua to love lacrosse and learn valuable life skills through the game. Manna Project International is a non-profit that utilizes the passions and energy of young people to empower developing international communities through hands-on learning and service.

Check MOJO for full details on this job opportunity!

Application deadline: Saturday, December 1

ThinkImpact launches its application for the 2013 Institute in Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa. Throughout the eight-week total immersion experience you will foster social entrepreneurship and gain real-world interpersonal skills.

ThinkImpact provides you with a curriculum and guidance to think with unprecedented creativity about how to:

1.     Inspire sustainable microenterprise development

2.     Tackle social challenges in rural communities, and

3.     Build and operate a team to do it!

The 2013 ThinkImpact Institute runs from June 19th  through August 14th. This includes an in-country training called ThinkImpact University (TIU), 7 weeks in your rural community and an end-of-program debrief, called Disrupt, at the end of the program.

Early application submission deadline is December 7th. Application submission deadline is February 1st.  Apply today to explore entrepreneurship with ThinkImpact in Africa this summer. The application is the first step in a life long journey of exploration and discovery. They are now accepting applications on a rolling basis. This means the sooner you submit your application, the better your chances of securing a seat at the 2013 Institute.

Learn more about the Institute at www.thinkimpact.com

Want to speak to an alum? Contact Jessica Morse (jessica[at]thinkimpact.com) to connect with a former Institute Scholar today.

The purpose of this full-time summer internship is to provide an opportunity for on-the-job experience for planning students or those in similar fields, especially for those interested in public service.

Applications for the Summer 2013 Gerhardt Internship are now open. Click here to download more information about the internship and instructions for completing your application.

All application materials (including reference letters) must be received by Tuesday, February 19, 2013. The intern will be selected by March 19 and notified by phone as soon as possible thereafter. Applicants not selected will be notified by mail.

For additional information about the internship, application process, or materials, please click here to read some Frequently Asked Questions. Please do not contact 1000 Friends staff until you have read this document. If you still have questions, please contact Robin Jennings at robin@friends.org or 503-497-1000 x125.

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Teaching English in El Triunfo, Ecuador gives students an opportunity to help local students from ages 6-13 improve their English skills. Aside from the English teacher no one else in the town speaks English, so the ability to speak Spanish is necessary. The goal of this J-term program is to get the kids excited about English and help them improve their speaking abilities.
You should attend this information session prior to submitting an application on MOJO. We will go over the differences between the Nosara and El Triunfo programs. Alumni from these programs will discuss the details of the internships. Selected students will need to complete the Winter Term proposals forms and submit them by the deadline on MOJO.

Check MOJO for full details on this job opportunity!

To learn more about these positions or to apply, visit MOJO today!.

1. Study Abroad Startup Intern in Cambridge, MA
 
Founded by Harvard Business School graduates, Language International is a fast-growing Internet startup in the $55-billion study abroad space. Each year, we help thousands of students find and book life-changing immersion programs all over the world! We are looking for a hardworking and hyper-motivated intern who has a positive outlook, a go-and-get-it-done-now attitude, and an obsession with extreme order and details. Those who are looking for a relaxed 9 to 5 job need not apply. As an intern, you will be joining our school expansion team to help us achieve our mission of building the world’s largest database of study abroad programs. You will be given a tremendous amount of responsibilities as an intern.

This is a very intense full-time internship during the Winter Term.  Your specific responsibilities include:

– Signing and negotiating contracts with new partner schools all over the world
– Working with schools to get them to enter their profile onto our website
– Performing a quality check on every school profiled created on our website
– Updating incorrect or missing school and course content on our website
– Hiring and managing an offshore team of data entry contractors

2. World Camp International Service Intern in Malawi

The World Camp Service Internship is a total immersion program that offers the opportunity to be challenged by work in rural Malawian communities. Our 4.5 week program provides on the ground training and guidance, a chance to work directly with students, teachers and community groups to address local challenges, and develop personal leadership skills and a deeper self-awareness. Interns work directly in schools teaching a HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness curriculum, and leading environmental awareness and gender empowerment workshops. While there is downtime and some free days, most of your time is spent teaching, or interacting with community members and students.

3.   Winter Term ’13 – Global Health Corps Program and Operations Intern in NY, NY
Deadline to apply: October 12, 2012

The Global Health Corps is seeking 5 creative, well-organized, hard-working interns to support the programming and operations of the 2012-2013 Fellowship. Interns will work closely with the CEO, Vice President of Operations, Vice President of Programs, Operations Associate and regional Program Managers, and will gain a first-hand understanding of the day to day programming and operations of a young entrepreneurial non-profit. This experience will also provide an insight into how fellowships or schools conduct admissions processes. 

Summer Internship Opportunities in Linguistics :

To learn more about these positions or to apply, visit MOJO today!

1. Business Planning and Development Intern at The Language Way in Ossing, NY

Deadline to Apply: April 20

The Language Way offers customized Spanish classes for organizations and individuals who need to service their clients professionally in Spanish; multinational corporations doing business abroad and/or interested in consolidating departments within North and South America have found their programs essential to meeting their goals and containing costs. Read the rest of this entry »

 To learn more about this position or to apply, visit MOJO today!

Paid Market Development Internship at Green Mountain Flour in Windsor, VT

Deadline to Apply: April 15

Green Mountain Flour seeks to secure more wholesale accounts, to more effectively get its story out to consumers, and to find and focus on the more profitable aspects of working with local grains. As an intern, you will follow the process from sourcing grains to milling/baking and then arriving at farmer’s markets where they make pizza to order in our mobile pizza oven as well as sell flour, artisianal breads and homemade sodas. You will have access to the internal workings of the company to seek out revenue generating avenues, and exploring partnerships with other organizations and businesses. This internships is funded  by the New Millennium Fund.

 

 

  1. Assistant to the Program Director at Reclaim Childhood (RC) in Amman, Jordan
Deadline to Apply: April 15
As assistant to the Program Director, you will work as a representative of Reclaim Childhood (RC) in Jordan, helping to organize and run open houses for beneficiary outreach, oversee logistics for other RC summer volunteers, and work on program design and implementation of the summer program. During our summer program, which aims to provide a safe space for young girls to be kids while building confidence and leadership skills, you will work closely with and supervise young women who are either local University Students or recent graduates. *Although this internship is unpaid, you can apply for funding from Middlebury at go/summerfunding.
2.       Educational Service Internship Programs at World Camp, Inc. in Malawi
Deadline to Apply: April 15
This international internship experience allows interns from around the world to gain work experience in the fields of education, health, international development and social services while providing outreach in target schools and communities in Malawi. Interns complete an intensive orientation on Malawian culture, the education system and World Camp’s focus issues and curriculum. The next four weeks are spent working at WC partner schools in rural communities around Lilongwe, teaching curriculum to Standards 6-8, initiating school action plans in Teacher Workshops and conducting community Outreach Projects. A deeper understanding of community culture and customs are gained through home-stays, village hikes and optional trips to Lake Malawi or National Parks. **Although this opportunity is unpaid, you can apply for funding through Middlebury at go/summerfunding.

To learn more about these great internships, or to apply, visit MOJO today !!!!

1. Hunger Action Intern at the Presbytery of Philadelphia

Deadline to Apply: April 8
This exciting internship opportunity provides experience in both community organizing, religious outreach, and advocacy against hunger. The hunger action intern will principally be contacting churches in the Philadelphia area and meeting with them about the Presbytery’s “Labor in the Pulpits” program that focus on educating about labor issues within the church. Interns will also shadow the Hunger Action Enabler in visits to food closets and advocacy against hunger in Washington, DC. Housing is provided. *Although this internship is unpaid, you can apply for funding from Middlebury at go/summerfunding.
 2. Food Activism Internship at Community Servings in Boston, MA
Deadline to Apply: April 13
 Reporting directly to the CEO (Midd ’81, ’88), the intern will participate in a variety of activities within the agency–from working in the kitchen and delivering meals to sick clients, to shadowing the CEO in order to gain an understanding of the management of a complex nonprofit food program. Included will be a self-directed research project on high performing food programs throughout the US, with the opportunity to pitch ideas for expansion to the senior management team. *Although this internship is unpaid, you can apply for funding from Middlebury at go/summerfunding.
3. Paid Food and Farm Intern at Vermont Youth Conservation Corps in Richmond, VT
Deadline to Apply: April 15
This hands-on experience allows interns to take part in all aspects of food production, from ecological soil management, plant propagation, to disease and pest control and raising pasture poultry. Interns will be responsible for daily chores and upkeep of the farm, and be active participants in CSA pick-ups and farmers market sales. Interns will be encouraged to work on individual projects focused on improving the farm, sustainable agriculture, education, or food justice, and be supported by the Food & Farm Coordinator in this initiative. This opportunity is available for graduating seniors as well as undergraduates.

Vermont Campus Compact is offering Vermont college and university students the opportunity to contribute in meaningful ways to Vermont recovery with six-week paid internships this summer from June 11 – July 27. Interns will work 30 hours per week and will be compensated $9.50/hour. Interns will need reliable transportation, and in most cases will need to secure their own housing; some assistance in finding housing may be available.

– Build valuable career, civic, and leadership skills. Participate in professional development trainings and reflections as part of a cohort of 10 undergraduate and graduate students working with Vermont Long-Term Recovery Committees or other community organizations around the state.

– Now accepting internship applications. Positions will be filled on a rolling basis. Please visit www.vtcampuscompact.org for position descriptions, application, and additional information.

Student applicants must be current undergraduate or graduate students at Vermont Campus Compact member campuses – Middlebury College is a VCC member campus!

Example position:
The American Red Cross of Vermont and New Hampshire Valley (Burlington, VT)
The American Red Cross of Vermont and New Hampshire Valley seeks a VCC intern to work on a new and exciting initiative to build community sheltering capacity throughout Vermont. The impact of Tropical Storm Irene demonstrated a need to ensure that every community has the training and capacity to provide temporary, emergency shelter during times of disaster. The Vermont and New Hampshire Valley American Red Cross is undertaking an initiative to bring the training and basic supplies to every Vermont community that elects to participate. Join us and be a part of both the planning and implementation phases of this vital program. Candidates will report directly to the Chief Response Officer, with the opportunity to draw upon his 30 years of experience in disaster preparedness and response. A valid driver’s license is a must. The ideal candidate will be proficient with Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Publisher (or similar programs). Solid interpersonal skills are a must.

There are some awesome opportunities for Internships in the Common Good offered through Middlebury this summer.  Below are a few fast-approaching internship deadlines that come to mind as a sampling.  Go to go/MOJO to find out more:

  • ESS Wild Edibles – Local ecology and food sustainability internship – Deadline March 20
  • Community School – Community School Teacher in Idaho – Deadline March 23
  • Middlebury FoodWorks – The deadlines for all these have been extended to Friday March 23
  1. Ashbourne Farms – Vegtable Garden Intern (Two positions available)
  2. Avalon-Restaurant-Event Planning and Marketing Intern
  3. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest-Sustainable Community Garden Intern
  4. Creation Gardens-Farm to Restaurant Survey Intern
  5. Edible Louisville-Magazine Production Intern
  6. Enviro Eco Culture-Program Assistant Director
  7. Local Food Supporter or Glean Machine Coordinator
  8. Louisville Independent Business Alliance-LIBA Locavore
  9. Louisville Metro Government-Childhood Obesity and Local Food Access Internship
  10. Rainbow Blossom Farm to Store Coordinator Intern
  11. Seed Capital-Food and Hub Development Intern
  12. Sustainable Agriculture-Food and Ag Assistant Educator & Organizer
  13. The Root Cellar-Local Food Intern
  14. Yew Dell Botanical Gardens-Garden Intern

These are ones with deadlines over Spring Break:

  • Sierra Club – The Best Internship on Earth – Deadline March 27
  • Annies (as in macaroni and cheese) – PAID in Berkeley, CA – deadline March 28
  • New York City Mayor’s Office – City Government Internships – Offered by Alum Morgan Jones ’04 – Deadline March 30
  • The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – Communications Intern – opportunity by Midd Alum Bob Carolla ’78, NAMI Director –Deadline March 30
  • US Department of Education – Editor, research and publications assistant – opportunity provided by alum Jacquelyn Zimmerman ’71 from the French School – Deadline March 31
  • Roots of Health – Media and Development Intern – offered by Midd alum Stephanie Schmidt ’02 – Deadline March 31
  • INROADS – Paid summer internship – Deadline March 31

…and many, many more with news ones being added daily!

Summer Garden Manager

Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School

 APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday: March 9th, 2012

 

Description:

Mt. Abe Middle and High schools in Bristol, VT are seeking a summer intern to fill the role of Summer Garden Manager. The role of the intern is to work in collaboration with a Master Gardener who has overseen the garden for 6 years as well as the food service Director who will be in charge of summer meal sites and summer processing of garden food for use in Fall school meals.

Mt. Abe is only a short 20 minute drive from Middlebury.

Apply on MOJO!