Calling all artists! PAID internship opportunity! Deadline date: Friday, March 31

Role Description

This opportunity is part of Middlebury College’s Vermont Innovation Summer cohort program, sponsored by the Innovation Hub. This program supports students working with creativity and innovation projects and organizations in Vermont. 

This position comes with access to affordable, fee-based dormitory housing at Middlebury College.

ELIGIBILITY: Interns must have at least a semester left at Middlebury following the conclusion of the internship to qualify. This position is not open to graduating seniors.

Calling all artists!

Do you love art and community building? We are seeking an artist to transform the Middlebury College Recycling Center silo while living and working in Middlebury this summer. This project is intended for a student artist interested in revitalization, creativity, and contribution to the college community.

We are looking for a creative student passionate about community and the arts to turn the Middlebury College Recycling Center Silo into a piece of public art this upcoming summer. While the project guidelines are loose to allow ample room for your creativity, we are looking for a semi-permanent project that will be completed by August 2023 and can stay vibrant for 3 to 5 years. The selected student artist will receive a $4,000 grant to live and work on campus, $2,000 in funding for materials, and studio space in the Old Stone Mill.

To apply:

Submit the application at go/middsilo. Please also upload your resume, cover letter, and an artist proposal that outlines your creative vision. It is highly encouraged to include a portfolio of previous artwork or architecture. 

What we’re looking for

Competitive applicants will demonstrate an interest in improving our community through public art, share a clear and feasible plan to transform the silo, and have experience in the artistic process. We recommend you visit the silo, which can be found by the Recycling Center, the Trail Around Middlebury, and Route 125.

Deadline date: Friday, March 31

MIIS offers flexible graduate degrees in international policy, international education, and Linguistics – Info session Wednesday, April 12!

The Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS), a graduate school of Middlebury College, offers hands-on, immersive, and flexible graduate degrees in international policy, international education, and linguistics, that aim to educate students to advance understanding, promote peace, and drive change in pursuit of a more just world.

Come learn about the special scholarships, study away programs, and accelerated masters programs available only to Middlebury undergraduate students.

The graduate degrees are: International Education Management, International Environmental Policy, International Policy and Development, MPA in Social Change, International Trade and Economic Diplomacy, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies, Translation and Interpretation, Teaching English as a Second Language, Teaching Foreign Language, and Translation and Localization Management.

Date: Wednesday, April 12

Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Location: Axinn 220

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Learn more about media, marketing, advertising entry-level opportunities, and the summer internship program at GroupM on Wednesday, April 19!

This is a great opportunity for prospective candidates to learn more about our media, marketing, and advertising entry-level opportunities, summer internship program, life at GroupM (i.e., benefits, org culture, engagement opportunities, and so forth) and an opportunity to ask our future talent recruitment team questions regarding the application process.

GroupM is the world’s leading media investment company responsible for more than $50B in annual media investment through agencies Mindshare, MediaCom, Wavemaker, Essence, and m/SIX, as well as the outcomes-driven programmatic audience company, Xaxis. GroupM’s portfolio includes Data & Technology (Choreograph), Investment and Services, all united in vision to shape the next era of media where advertising works better for people. By leveraging all the benefits of scale, the company innovates, differentiates, and generates sustained value for our clients wherever they do business.

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Jumpstart Your Career In Education: Urban Teachers Info Session (Final Chance!)

What you’ll get out of taking a study break and attending this event on Tuesday, March 28th from 7-8pm:

Final Deadline: April 14th 2023!

Are you an aspiring teacher with little to no teaching experience? Urban Teachers prepares, certifies, and supports new educators to be highly effective so they can provide high-quality education for children by offering a master’s degree, coaching, mentoring, and job placement. Teachers who finish the program are committed to excellence, equity, and inclusivity, and have the skills and confidence to build lasting, fulfilling careers.

Join us and learn why aspiring educators choose Urban Teachers to become the great teachers every child deserves. We’ll answer questions, outline requirements, and help you prepare to submit an application.

WHEN: Tue Mar 28 · 7:00 am-8:00 pm EDT

WHO: Urban Teachers Teacher Preparation Program

Celebrate AmeriCorps Events and Learn About Public Service

Tue Mar 28 · 4:00 pm-5:00 pm EDTJoining AmeriCorps: Careers After Service

During this session, we will be covering the career benefits of AmeriCorps service and sharing with you the ways a service year can build your resume, get you connected to top employers and help you get a foot in the door for federal hiring!

Wed Mar 29 · 7:00 pm-7:45 pm EDTAmeriCorps VISTA Info Session and NESCAC Alumni Panel

AmeriCorps is the federal agency that brings people together to tackle the country’s most pressing challenges through national service and volunteering. AmeriCorps members and volunteers serve with organizations dedicated to the improvement of communities. Learn more at

AmeriCorps VISTA is an excellent opportunity for anyone 18 or older who is looking to kickstart their professional career. Serve for a whole year or just a summer and help boost a nonprofit organization’s human capacity. Gain new skills or sharpen the ones you’ve been cultivating by coordinating administrative projects such as data management, grant writing, communications and marketing materials development, and more. Learn more at

Join CCI and the Climate Action Capacity Project (CACP) for UpNext: Careers in Climate Solutions March 30-31

When it comes to the field of climate solutions, there is a broad variety of ways to pursue your interests and find outlets for your abilities. The panelists will talk about the trends shaping the scope of this industry and what they mean for future roles in this field? Hear from a panel of Middlebury alumni with a variety of backgrounds who now have careers across a wide spectrum within the industry.


A Conversation With:

  • Brian Ambrette ‘02 (Physics), Senior Climate Resilience Coordinator at the State of Maine, Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation & the Future
  • Joshua Axelrod ’05 (English), Senior Policy Advocate at the Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Amer Barghouth ’05 (International Politics and Economics), Technical Director of Energy Services at DT Global
  • Cher Griffith Taylor ’11 (Political Science), ZEV Strategy Consultant at D+R International
  • James Hand ‘08 (Physics), Energy Engineer at Evernorth
  • Dan Kane ’09 (Biology), Senior Manager at TerraCarbon
  • Caitlin Littlefield ‘07.5 (Environmental Studies) Lead Scientist at Conservation Science Partners
  • Andrew Savage ‘03 (Political Science) VP of Sustainability & Founding Team at Lime

Friday, March 31 – Events

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Experienced alumni professionals currently employed by a variety of organizations and firms all relating to climate solutions will host multiple breakout sessions designed to set you up for success as you explore career possibilities, apply for positions, interview, and begin your own career tackling the solutions towards one of society’s largest global problems. Each workshop is 1 hour; stay as long as you can or visit another sector and expand your knowledge base. Click below to see the schedule of events.

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