Seniors: Work for an Outdoor Educational Semester Program @ High Mountain Institute

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Come join The High Mountain Institute TODAY, Wednesday, Dec. 2nd, 7-8:00 p.m. in MBH219. HMI is an outdoor-oriented educational non-profit located in Leadville, CO. HMI’s Apprentice Program offers college graduates the unique opportunity to explore teaching both wilderness education and traditional academics in Leadville, Colorado. As an instructor on multi-week backpacking expeditions and an assistant teacher in a high school classroom, you have the opportunity to positively impact your students while earning invaluable personal experience. You’ll mentor students as a cabin head on our residential campus, lead activities, and collaborate with your peers in a graduate level seminar on educational theories over the course of the semester.

The Ambassador Corps: Hands-On Prep for an International Career with Purpose ADK @4:30 on 12/1

Screen shot 2015-11-30 at 5.10.01 PMPlease join Annie Makela, Associate Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Center for Social Impact Learning at MIIS on Tuesday at 4:30PM in CCI’s Library in Adirondack House to learn more about developing hands-on experience doing social impact work abroad with Ambassador Corps.

More than an internship, the Ambassador Corps program offers an entry point for a meaningful international career. Students work with socially responsible organizations around the world and experience digital storytelling, mentorship, and a rewarding connection to an international community. Internship assignments focus on education, sports and development, social entrepreneurship, empowerment for women and girls, and environmental sustainability.
Want more information about Ambassador Corps? Check out our website ( for application details and profiles of the 2015 cohort!

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