Given the extraordinary
circumstances, we recognize the increased demands that have been placed on our
organization to rapidly respond to the evolving COVID-19 situation. As a
result, the deadline for the completion of the staff Annual Performance
Summaries (APS) has been extended to April 30, 2020. We encourage
supervisors and staff to continue to engage in the meaningful dialogue the APS
affords as time allows. Completed APS forms can be sent to email@example.com.
Please feel free to contact us
with any questions. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
an extraordinary time in our history. The COVID-19 pandemic is
having a profound impact on the health of our loved ones, the businesses we
rely upon, the strength of the global economy, and the way we live our daily
lives. To help our members with their collective financial health
during this crisis, MSA is offering two different weekly webinar series, each
with a distinct focus.
Series A: Budgeting
When Income is Uncertain | 9:00 AM (PST) on Fridays
Millions of Americans are
seeing their income become increasingly unpredictable. The good news is
that there are many new programs trying to help. Each webinar in this
series will begin with a few minutes covering government-based programs and
nationwide resources as they develop. The next twenty minutes or so
will focus on specific budgeting tactics, student loan repayment
strategies and debt/credit tips that can help during these
challenging times. We’ll wrap up with 30 minutes spent addressing
Series B: Investment
Strategies in Volatile Markets | 12:00 PM (PST) on Fridays
Financial markets are
volatile whenever the future earnings of companies, the stability of
industries or the direction of global economies are uncertain. So when
this happens, what do you do? Each webinar in this series will spend
a few minutes reviewing updates to government and corporate actions intended to
stabilize the markets, with the majority of time centered on discussing investing
principles, plus current investment opportunities and challenges.
Investment themes addressed will be those most often brought up by our
members. We’ll leave the last 30 minutes to address your questions and
It’s My Budget & I’m Sticking to It! | April 23, 2020 | 9:00 AM (PST) & 12:00 PM (PST) | Register Here.
and sticking to a budget is the foundation for great personal finances. Why? It
gets you in the habit of reviewing and adjusting your spending so that the most
important goals in your life get funded. This class will outline a process for
creating a spending plan and will offer practical tips for sticking to it!
If you register and cannot attend, a recording of the webinar, along with a
copy of the session presentation and handouts, will automatically be
sent within 24 hours.
work hard for your money, but is your money working hard for you?
comes to our finances, we always wonder if we are making the right moves, and searching for answers can feel overwhelming.
Middlebury College provides all employees access to
financial well-being thru My Secure Advantage (MSA).
MSA helps you make the most of your hard earned
dollars! When it comes to living a financially stress-free life,
every decision you make adds up. Through MSA, employees and their
covered dependents can work with a personal Money Coach and utilize website
services to make financial stress a thing of the past.
90 days (per calendar year) of personalized money coaching with a personal, confidential, unbiased, and guilt free Money Coach. Coaches don’t sell products or services: their only job is to provide expert guidance and improve your financial life.
Guidance on financial topics, goals, challenges, or questions. Whether you’re getting by, digging out, or saving big, connecting with a Money Coach to discuss options, identify issues, and build out a plan can only help.
Work with MSA to tackle questions like “Should I be saving more or
paying down debt?” “When will I be able to retire, and how much do I need?”
“What type of portfolio is best for me?” “How do I balance enjoying life now
with saving for the future?” and more.
Online tools include videos, calculators, articles, and budgeting software to help you stress less and save more.
Questions? Learn more about MSA here. To
get started, sign up, and schedule your first appointment with a Money
Coach call 888-724-2326.
Communications Coordinator for Global Architecture Firm
Design Intern – Garfield Group (Deadline date: 3/31 at 11:55pm)
Arts Intern Memphis 2020
Summer 2020 Internship – Power in Place: Women in Politics & Settings of Inspiration
Digital Marketing Internship
CTEC Extremism Investigation Intern
Sotheby’s Summer 2020 Internship Program
News – Coronavirus Reporter
Data Analyst, Daily Caller Video
–Below you will find tips on how to use the Filters to search for opportunities/experiences in Handshake.
-Click on Filters, click on Internship, enter Performing and Fine Arts in the Industry section, and click see jobs. You should then sort by expiration date. Click here to see the results.
-Click on Filters, click on Internship, enter Movies, TV, Music, and click see jobs. You should then sort by expiration date. Click here to see the results.
-Click on Filters, click on Internship, choose Advertising, Media & PR, Marketing- Brand Management, and Marketing – General under Job Function. You should then click on see jobs. Feel free to sort by expiration date. Click here to see the results.
-There are several Remote Part-time Internships available now and during the summerin Handshake. You could do a keyword search for Remote, click on Part-Time, and click on Internships.
You might find great opportunities in handshake that do not specify they are remote. However, they could possibly start as Virtual Internships. If you would like to discuss, please schedule an appointment with me in handshake.
Translators without Borders (TWB) is working to translate reliable information from agencies, including WHO, into 12+ languages, while it monitors misinformation online, relaying the content to organizations like the World Health Organization. It then translates the accurate information for the agencies to disseminate. TWB needs volunteer support in a few different areas:
Translation: support needed in 20+ languages (including Chinese, simplified and traditional, Korean, Japanese, Thai, and Hindi)
Language Data & Mapping: developing maps that visualize languages and literacy levels in affected countries, as a better basis for planning COVID-19 communications.
Social Media Monitoring: monitoring COVID-19-related social media conversations in multiple languages to help public health experts better combat misinformation.
Terminology: identifying key terminology that people use to talk about COVID-19 as well as commonly used technical terms in order to develop a multilingual plain-language glossary that can support public information efforts.
All across the country, theatre educators and students are mourning the loss of shows that won’t make it to the stage this semester because of COVID-19. They’re using spring break to brainstorm ways the live theatre performances and hands-on experiential classes will be effectively conducted online. Many institutions have thought of some very creative ideas on how to make this happen. Click here to read the complete article.