Audubon Vermont has opened our summer internship positions. These are paid part-time positions with a hands on in the field work with a learning focus in environmental education and conservation work. We are hoping you can share these opportunities with your young professional communities.
· Part-time Seasonal Education Interns. We are hiring two education interns to help us with summer programming at the center, learn more and apply here!
If you have any questions, contact, Rae Bronenkant, Youth Leadership Coordinator, 802-434-3068, Audubon Vermont | Green Mountain Audubon Center, 255 Sherman Hollow Road | Huntington, VT 05462, vt.audubon.org
As Fall registration approaches, this workshop is timed perfectly to allow you to create a vision for how you want to spend Fall 2021. Gathering your thoughts, ideas and aspirations to create a vision for the upcoming semester. Think about what courses you want to take, activities you want to be involved in, or research you might do. What fun things do you want to do? What goals do you have for the semester? Prompts like these will help you design a vision board for the upcoming semester.
This program is designed for First Years and Sophomore Febs, but all students are welcome. This program is co-sponsored by Blueprint and the Center for Careers and Internships.
Check out this curated list of education opportunities, including K-12, higher ed, fellowships, other non-profits, policy, international and ed technology on Handshake – Click HERE.
Ed-Tech Start-Up Intern at Polygence – Polygence is an EdTech startup founded by academics and educators Jin Yun Chow (Princeton ‘17; Stanford ‘23) and Janos Perczel (Cambridge ‘12; MIT ‘18). Middlebury alumnae, Staci Hill ’15 works there and would love to see more Middkids! They are an online research mentorship academy for students in middle and high school. They match their students with academic and industry experts to complete bite-sized research projects. Deadline is this Friday!
Secondary Capital Teaching Resident (5th-12th grade) at KIPP NYC – The Capital Teaching Residency is a nationally recognized, highly selective teacher training program that provides a pathway for new teachers to develop into outstanding educators. The Capital Teaching Residency is a three year program. Residents spend their first year of this commitment – their residency year – training in a KIPP DC classroom with a lead teacher and completing relevant coursework.
April 28, 2021, 7:00-8:00 PM –Education Studies Information Session: Are you curious about the Education Studies majors and minor? Faculty and current students will answer all of your questions at this zoom meeting. Email Trish Dougherty, firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation.
Farm to Institution New England (FINE) is Hiring: Part-time Intern/Associate Positions
FINE seeks 2-3 interns/associates to join the team to work on several projects and activities in the summer of 2021 (with potential for continued employment). We are eager to work with individuals who are excited about creating a more resilient, just, sustainable regional food system. We will work with the interns/associates to identify the activities that are most aligned with their interests and skill sets, particularly within following areas: Research and Evaluation; Communications, Programs.
Location: Work will be performed 100% remotely. Compensation: $15.00/hr, part-time. Benefits: This position is not eligible for benefits. To Apply: Please submit your application, resume (1 page preferred), and cover letter to the TSNE careers portal by April 26, 2021.
Design Your Midd: Pros & Cons for Making Decisions
As a student, you are often presented with multiple options and face tough decisions that may have lasting impact on your life. Come to this workshop if you have an important decision to make in the near future. You might be thinking about choosing classes or a major, where to study aboard, what to do this summer, or which internship offer to take. Come learn how to use logic, data and feelings to make good choices. This program is designed for First Years and Sophomore Febs, but all students are welcome. This program is co-sponsored by Blueprint and the Center for Careers and Internships.