Have you been thinking about what to do this summer? Are you looking to explore your interests more?
It is not too early to start planning your summer internship! Learn strategies for finding or creating the best summer internship for you.
At this session, we will:
• Give you examples of past internships Midd students have done.
• Highlight top resources to use in the search process.
• Discuss strategies for creating your own experience.
• Provide an overview of CCI’s GRANT FUNDING available for unpaid internships.
• Help you with the process of narrowing down fields in which to pursue your internship.
We look forward to seeing you and answering all of your questions!
Sponsored by the Center for Careers and Internships. RSVP on Handshake now!
Check out lots of education teaching positions in Handshake today: use keyword ‘K-12 education’ and ‘Other education’. Here are a few below:
|Virtual Health, Education, Labor, Pensions, Disability, and Oversight Interns/Law ClerksU.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and PensionsWashington, District of Columbia, United States|
- Center for Autism and Related Disorders (C.A.R.D) – Entry Level Paraprofessional – Training Provided (deadline: 10/21/21
- Marshall Teacher Residency – Looking for Aspiring Teachers (deadline: 10/25/21)
Audubon Vermont was awarded the opportunity to host a 2nd AmeriCorps member this year! This announcement was unexpected as we were originally awarded only one of two possible positions. Because of this the turnaround is really tight: we need applications in by close of business on Thursday, October 21.
Could you please share this with your network so we can reach as many people as possible who might be interested?
Community Science and Chapter Engagement Member
This is an opportunity to do some creative thinking to keep Vermonters engaged in outdoor education, to help them plug into their passions of conservation, and to help Audubon Vermont build a strong community science program state-wide.
If you have an interest in community engagement and environmental education, apply today! There is a tight timeline on this opportunity.
Apply by Thursday, Oct 21st at 5pm!
|William & Mary’s School of Education offers a wide range of degree programs: Teacher Education (MAEd), Higher Education Leadership (MEd, PhD, and EdD), Counseling (MEd in clinical mental health counseling, family counseling, addictions counseling, military and veterans counseling, school counseling), School Psychology (MEd, EdS), Counselor Education (PhD). Our programs vary in delivery, from on campus, online, and hybrid.|
Check out our flyer by clicking here. Thank you for your help in promoting our programs and finding the right graduate programs for your students. More information, including registration, is available on our website.
If you have any questions regarding our programs, these events, or would like us to schedule a virtual visit with your school, please feel free to contact me at any time.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
|Contact: Elizabeth Cavallari, Manager, Recruitment and Admissions|
(757) 221-2380 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Your To Do for Week Nine:
This week of Handshake’s #NoFailFall, carve out your place in Handshake’s community!
One of the best ways to help other job-seekers on Handshake is to review your experience in a role. It’s quick to write feedback about what you liked, what you wish was different, and advice for other students considering similar roles. You can also answer other users’ questions (such as “what skills will help me succeed as a summer analyst at a major investment bank?”) and ask new ones to hear advice from folks who’ve been there.
This is a great opportunity to hear from trustees in a more casual setting. Meet us in Wilson Hall to hear the trustees talk and then join us for the Q&A after.
CCI is excited to announce that we have partnered with the President’s Office to host Post-Pandemic Change and Opportunity: A Conversation with Trustees on Navigating the Way Forward.
The past 18 months have profoundly changed many aspects of our lives. As we look to the future, please join Middlebury Trustees Cathy Lee ‘95, Dennis Parker ‘77, Helen Riess P ‘13, P ‘15, and Parker Harris ‘89, P ‘20 for a conversation with students as they share their personal and professional perspectives on these changes—and how the Middlebury experience will help prepare students for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Date: Thursday, October 21
Time: 4:45 PM
Location: Wilson Hall, McCullough
Bucket Lists are popular because they allow us to dream big and plan for things we want to do in our life before we eventually “kick the bucket.” So why not create a “Bucket List” for college? It’s a fun way to think through choices for your time at Middlebury and beyond. Let’s keep your dreams top of mind as you experience all that Middlebury has to offer. This program is designed for First Years and Sophomores, but all students are welcome.
Sponsored by the Center for Careers and Internships.
|Do you have a Winter Term internship lined up or want to consider doing a J-term internship? Here’s the information you’ll need if you want to take part in an internship AND earn credit for the internship. |
Find all the Information, FAQs, Timeline and Checklist here or follow the steps below.
STEP 1: Have your resume approved by a CCI Peer Career Advisor (PCA). No appointment necessary. See go/PCAs for times and locations.
STEP 2: Secure your internship. Check out the Winter Term internships currently posted in Handshake, visit go/findinternships for tips, or make an appointment with a CCI advisor or visit a PCA for help.
STEP 3: Find a Middlebury faculty member to serve as your academic sponsor. See FAQ at go/WTinternships for more info on academic sponsors.
STEP 4: Write your personal statement for your application for credit including 3 scholarly sources (see samples).
STEP 5: Download the Internship Agreement Form, read it, and initial all sections.
STEP 6: Create an Experience in Handshake – this is your application for credit. go/Handshake>Career Center>Experiences>Create an Experience. Select Winter Term Application for Credit/Funding and Winter Term 2022 and answer all questions marked with an asterisk. Immediately after submitting, attach your personal statement, your CCI-approved resume, and a signed Internship Agreement. Several funding grants are available for students on financial aid on a first-come, first-served basis.
Internship credit is approved on a rolling basis up until Dec. 1. Apply now!
Please note: Sophomores through Super Seniors who have been enrolled for Fall ’21 (exceptions apply) or those on an approved study away program (Middlebury or non-Middlebury) are eligible to earn credit during Winter Term 2022.
Here is a curated listing of jobs, internships, fellowships listed in Handshake under K-12 Education sorted by “Application Deadline” which netted 126 opportunities. I would recommend setting up a “Job Alert” where you can save your searches and be contacted whenever new opportunities are posted to Handshake.
AASHE 2021 Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education
The Future Is…
October 12 – 14
Middlebury is excited to be a Host Institution for this three-day virtual conference offered by AASHE (Assoc for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Ed).
FREE REGISTRATION is available for interested Middlebury students/faculty/staff and includes access to all sessions and events during the live conference
plus eighty days of post-conference on-demand access (through December 31).
REGISTER NOW! Link and instructions at go/AASHE2021
Many interesting sessions and keynotes – check out the full schedule:https://www.aashe.org/conference/program/schedule/
The failure of many entities to respond effectively to a deadly pandemic, coming at a time when society is already reeling from intensifying climate-related disasters, ongoing systemic racism and rising authoritarianism, has resulted in profound apprehension about the future. With a theme of “The future is …”, this year’s Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education reflects the uncertainty about the future that many feel and invites participants to recommit themselves to the urgent work of building a future that is sustainable, equitable, and resilient. We seek to highlight inspiring examples of higher education leadership that empower participants to envision and create such a future. Ultimately, the future is ours to make. Are you committed to leveraging the power of higher education to forge a brighter future?
Tuesday, Oct. 12, 10:00a ET
Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, President, Paul Quinn College, will share a vision for a new model of higher education with poverty reduction as a core purpose.
Tuesday, Oct. 12, 4:00p ET
Dina Gilio-Whitaker, Lecturer, American Indian Studies, California State University at San Marcos, will draw from her forthcoming book Illegitimate Nation: Privilege, Race, and Accountability in the U.S. Settler State to argue that a sustainable future must simultaneously incorporate Indigenous knowledge and a decolonial ethic of political accountability to Indigenous nations for its ongoing genocidal settler structure.
Wednesday, Oct. 13, 10:00a ET
Zamzam Ibrahim, Vice President, The European Students’ Union (ESU), Daphne Frias, youth organizer, and Chloe Maxmin, Maine State Senator, will share inspiring examples of how young people are leading the way to a sustainable future on campus and beyond.
Wednesday, Oct. 13, 4:00p ET
Dr. Ian Haney López, Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Public Law at University of California, Berkeley, will discuss how the climate movement cannot succeed unless race, class and gender solidarity are at the heart of everything we do.
Thursday, Oct. 14, 10:00a ET
Heather McGhee, author, will discuss her new book, The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together, with particular emphasis on the way in which racism hurts higher education and limits the prospects for climate action.
Thursday, Oct. 14, 4:15p ET
Inspired by a recent essay series entitled The Pedagogy of Transition: Educating for the Future We Want, Dr. Tracey Osborne, Director, UC Center for Climate Justice Associate Professor and UC Presidential Endowed Chair, Management of Complex Systems, UC Merced, Dr. Madhavi Venkatesan, Assistant Teaching Professor of Economics, Northeastern University, and Dr. Stephen Sterling, Emeritus Professor of Sustainability Education, Plymouth University, will reflect on the shifts in educational policy and practice necessary to create a sustainable future.