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Americorps Panel – national service opportunities

Interested in joining a large network of service programs meeting community needs in education, the environment, and public health and safety all over the country?

Join the Center for Community Engagement on Wednesday March 10 from 6-7pm EST to learn about AmeriCorps.

The panel will host recent Middlebury graduates to share what AmeriCorps is, the kinds of service programs you can serve in and how AmeriCorps can help you gain experience. Come hear from current AmeriCorps members who are serving at various sites across Vermont about their experience.

Click here to register in Handshake and get the link

Special opportunities not to miss

Here are a few internship that looked really good to me!

FirstGEN Summer Fellow

The First Generation Civil Rights Fellowship Program, or FirstGEN, is a paid summer program for undergraduate students who are the first in their immediate families to attend college and who intend to pursue careers in social justice. Our mission is to identify and support first generation college students as they emerge into tomorrow’s social justice leaders. 
Fellows receive hands-on civil rights experience, participate in weekly advocacy training and professional development seminars, and join a growing community of emerging leaders in the FirstGEN Alumni Network. 
Fellows are placed with the national Lawyers’ Committee and its partners at Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJCCatholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC), and the National Immigration Law Center (NILC). Click here to learn more and apply in Handshake.

Atlantic Council’s Young Global Professionals Paid Internship Program

This prestigious paid internship program for intellectual entrepreneurs offers hands-on experience working at the forefront of international affairs and global engagement. The program is also designed as a career accelerator. Inspired by the Atlantic Council’s enduring purpose of working with friends and allies to shape the future, our Young Global Professionals Program has been designed to harness the potential of rising young leaders. Those with expertise, a passion for the work, an entrepreneurial and solutions-oriented ethos, an innovative mind, and an optimistic and collegial attitude are encouraged to join us to further this audacious undertaking. Click here to learn more and apply in Handshake

Brennan Center for Justice – interns in DC and NYC

The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve the systems of democracy and justice in the United States. We work to hold our political institutions and laws accountable to the twin American ideals of democracy and equal justice for all. The Brennan Center’s work ranges from voting rights to campaign finance reform, from ending mass incarceration to preserving Constitutional protections in the fight against terrorism. We are seeking an intern to provide research and administrative support for our Liberty and National Security Program.  The Liberty and National Security program works to advance effective national security policies that respect constitutional values and the rule of law. Click here to learn more and apply in Handshake

Global Taiwan Institute summer internship

The Global Taiwan Institute (GTI) is a private, non-profit policy incubator located in the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. Our vision is to raise awareness, deepen affinity, and create opportunities for strengthening the relationship between Taiwan and the international community, and especially Taiwan’s relationship with the United States. We do this through policy research and programs that promote better public understanding about Taiwan and its people. Click here to learn more and apply in Handshake

Terrorism internship at MIIS this summer

The Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) is seeking qualified Middlebury College students for an internship for Summer 2021.

These students will assist CTEC’s Deputy Director and Digital Research Lead (both Midd grads!) with a wide array of extremism- and terrorism-related projects. Specifically, CTEC is looking for students to pursue one of two paths.

The first path focuses on qualitative, in-depth research and program assistance. A qualitative intern will: work on literature reviews, help develop educational programming, contribute to research strategy discussions, write reports, and communicate findings to CTEC leadership and stakeholders. A possible example project is developing a foundation of knowledge for CTEC’s digital literacy and countering violent extremism educational initiative.

The second path focuses on data analysis and digital research, as well as broad program assistance. This technical intern will: use data analysis skills to discover, collect, and process social data related to extremism, create visualizations to share CTEC’s research with the public, conduct research related to AI ethics and security, and contribute to building predictive models for detecting and measuring extremist content online. This intern will contribute to advancing CTEC’s research on the possible weaponization of AI by extremists, among other projects.

This is a very Midd-friendy opportunity and is PAID. Read more and apply in Handshake here.

Latinx44 Scholarship Program for public service internships

The Latinx44 Scholarship Program was created by former Obama White House staffers Antoinette Rangel (Midd alum) and Alexa Kissinger and is funded by dozens of Latinx former Administration officials.

The program will award several scholarships to Latinx students to help fund a public service oriented internship in Washington, DC. Recipients of the scholarship will also be provided with mentoring and professional development opportunities throughout the program and beyond.

Check out more details and apply here!

Consulting Jobs and Internships to pay attention to

Here are 4 special opportunities not to miss!

NERA – job opening

NERA Economic Consulting is a global firm of experts dedicated to applying economic, finance, and quantitative principles to complex business and legal challenges. NERA is currently hiring Researchers in our New York City, San Francisco, Washington, DC, and White Plains (NY) offices. We’re looking for candidates who have demonstrated success through academic and professional achievements in economics, finance, or related fields such as accounting, statistics, and computer science. Individuals should enjoy solving analytical and empirical problems and have exceptional creative and critical thinking skills, as well as excellent oral and written communications skills. Apply HERE in Handshake

Brooks Hill Partners – intern opening

Brooks Hill Partners is a strategy consulting and seed stage investment firm that partners with, and invests in, passionate and driven companies and entrepreneurs. We are focused exclusively on the healthcare and technology industries, and work collaboratively with management teams to provide the strategic and analytical resources needed to organically create value and foster growth. Strong Midd alum connections! Apply HERE in Handshake

BCE Consulting – job opening

For energetic and engaged undergraduates, BCE offers an opportunity to be part of a growing firm helping clients solve their most challenging business problems. You will have an opportunity to work alongside partners and clients, participate in intellectually challenging work, and develop skills needed to drive your career in consulting and beyond. BCE helps its clients tackle their most difficult growth and operational issues – from how to enter new markets, analyze their current competitive and portfolio positions, defend share, and reorganize more profitably. Our clients are multi-national corporations, middle market companies, and start-ups. This is a Midd friendly opportunity! Apply HERE in Handshake

Semler Brossy – intern opening

Semler Brossy is a prominent consulting firm focused on executive and strategic pay. We serve clients across all sectors, from household-name Fortune 500 companies to emerging companies in financial services, tech, retail, healthcare, and more. We pride ourselves on meaningful compensation programs tailored to the unique needs of each of our clients, which brings great variety and nuance to our everyday work. We are particularly adept at helping companies through significant change, including acquisitions, spin-offs, IPOs, turnarounds, and leadership transitions. Apply HERE in Handshake

Health Policy internship – info session to learn more

On Friday, March 12 at 2:30 pm join Nancy De Lew as she describes the program and answers your questions. The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is currently seeking students for a summer intern program.

ASPE serves as the principal advisor to the Secretary of HHS on policy development and is responsible for major activities in the areas of policy coordination, legislative development, strategic planning, policy research, evaluation, and economic analysis.

Students will gain experience in a fast-paced and inclusive team-based work environment, contribute to the production of analytic papers, and be exposed to a wide breadth of health policy. The Office of Health Policy works on a wide array of topics relating to health insurance coverage, access, financing, spending, quality, and data.

Click here to register and learn more in Handshake

Business sustainability program at Manomet

U360 is an experiential education and professional development program focused on business sustainability offered by the nonprofit Manomet. The U360 internship is designed to train the next generation of change-makers by helping college students gain the professional, technical, and interpersonal skills needed to make a difference in the world through their future careers. U360 increases students’ knowledge of environmental issues; the “triple-bottom line” of business sustainability (environmental, social, and governance); and business management—and their critical thinking and problem-solving skills—through real-world applications. The two-semester program incorporates applied science, business, and sustainability workshops, career skills training, sustainability assessments of small businesses, and a Capstone project. Click here to learn more and apply on Handshake.