Kobre & Kim is an Am Law 200 global law firm focused exclusively on disputes and investigations, often involving fraud and misconduct. Recognized as the premier firm for cross-border disputes, the firm has a particular focus on financial products and services litigation, insolvency disputes, intellectual property litigation, international judgment enforcement and asset recovery, and U.S. government enforcement and regulatory investigations.
The Summer Analyst Internship is an excellent opportunity for current students with anticipated graduation dates by June 2024 to gain substantive, hands-on experience in the dynamic fields of complex civil and criminal financial litigation. Summer Analyst Interns will work on case teams and closely collaborate with the firm’s lawyers, business professionals, Analysts and Litigation Assistants, enjoying significant levels of responsibility to perform substantive and impactful work. Summer Analyst Interns may also support knowledge management, pro bono and global business development to drive the firm’s practice and product innovation forward.
Learn more and apply in Handshake here
Come hear about how professors and experts use data science in their work!
When: January 17th, 2023 from 4:30-7:30pm
Where: Axinn 229
WiDS Middlebury is an independent event that is organized by Breanna Guo and Professor Becky Tang as part of the annual WiDS Worldwide conference organized by Stanford University and an estimated 200+ locations worldwide, which features outstanding women doing outstanding work in the field of data science. All genders are invited to attend all WiDS Worldwide conference events.
Anyone affiliated with Middlebury is welcome to attend, regardless of gender or sexual identity. Food, refreshments, and prizes will be provided!
More details and to register, click here
The Summer Undergraduate Fellowship in Nonproliferation Studies at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS)—is a paid fellowship.
Fellows work in close collaboration with CNS staff members on different nonproliferation issues in areas including:
- East Asia
- Chemical and Biological Weapons
- International Organizations and Nonproliferation
- Export Control and Nonproliferation
- Middle East Nonproliferation
CNS is a pioneer in developing and applying “New Tools” in nonproliferation research and education. Our key techniques include open source information and computer modeling, namely the creative use of satellite imagery, geospatial data, 3-dimensional (3D) modeling, virtual reality environments, and social media platforms. Over the summer, fellows may have the opportunities to contribute to innovative nonproliferation projects for the Nuclear Threat Initiative website alongside a team of CNS experts.
Click here to apply and follow the directions closely.
The Hope Reichbach Fund provides scholarships for students who take Fellowships in civic leadership and community organizing. We will continue Hope’s legacy of progressive values and passion for Brooklyn in the following ways:
-Provide stipends to dedicated college students who embody the values Hope stood for
-Facilitate Fellowships with Brooklyn organizations involved in local issues and activist
-Provide mentorship and a network of contacts to our students; enhancing their career development
-Create a new generation of leaders in Brooklyn
Each student will receive $525 per week of full-time work, plus unlimited MetroCards (or equivalent value). Internships are 10-weeks-long, $5250 for the length of their summer Fellowship minus taxes.
Read more details and apply in Handshake here.
The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship provides full-time six to nine-month paid fellowships for recent college graduates to work on international peace and security issues with one of more than two dozen participating public-interest organizations in DC.
Applicants are required to have completed a baccalaureate degree by the time the fellowship commences. Prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy is highly desirable.
The program is open to US citizens and non-U.S. citizens living in the US eligible for employment.
Fall 2023 Fellowship: January 29, 2023
Spring 2024 Fellowship: October 2, 2023
More details and application at www.scoville.org
Webinar: How to Ace Your Graduate School Application Essay
Date: Thursday, January 19 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern
Sign up: https://learn.middlebury.edu/onlinediscussions (everyone who signs up will receive a recording)
Who should attend: anyone interested in a master’s program
Our admissions directors will guide attendees through overcoming the blank page, avoiding resume repetition, and turning the challenge into an opportunity to showcase how the program aligns with their goals.
Tues, Jan. 10, 4:30-5:30 pm, BiHall 216
Considering an internship this summer but don’t know how to get started? This workshop is for you.
We will walk you through how to find an internship and discuss CCI’s grants for unpaid summer internships.
Register in Handshake to attend the event in-person or if you cannot attend but want a recording sent to you after the event.
Brought to you by the Center for Careers and Internships.
Thursday, Jan. 12, 3:00-5:00 pm, Wilson Hall, McCullough
Join SGA and the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) at this sophomore-specific event to discover CCI resources, learn about CCI’s signature programs, meet advisors and staff (and special invited guests), and take away helpful guides.
Come any time between 3-5 pm; visit tables to chat with staff members from CCI, CTLR, and MiddCore Summer Intern Lab, as well as your Sophomore Dean. Enjoy delicious snacks and earn stamps on your “CCI passport” to win prizes!
Leverage your passion for technology to serve the U.S. abroad. Become a Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellow.
If you’re pursuing an IT-related degree and interested in using technology solutions for the business of diplomacy, particularly if you are a member of an underrepresented group, the Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship (FAIT) could be your path to a rewarding career. This fellowship offers you a truly unique opportunity, including financial support, mentoring and professional development, as well as employment in the U.S. Foreign Service upon successful completion of the program.
Applications are now being accepted for the U.S. Department of State’s Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship 2023 cohort. Deadline is February 3.
Applications for the 2023 Civic Digital Fellowship and Civic Innovation Corps are now open!
Our paid, 10-week summer fellowships empower early-career technologists to contribute their software, data, product, or design skills to some of the most pressing problems facing our country.
Fellows have the opportunity to:
- Work alongside public servants to apply their technical and problem-solving skills to complex challenges
- Attend weekly events to learn how technology and design tools are used to achieve impact at scale and receive one-on-one mentorship
- Build a strong community with our network of early-career technologists that reflects the diversity of the citizenry we serve