Category Archives: Midd Blogosphere

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

This month we celebrate Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Classes are over and finals are upon us, but it’s never to soon to think about your summer reading. The library has lots of options.  Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning is one that is available in print and as an e-book, so those with active Midd id’s can login remotely to read it (and seniors, you can until your midd login expires).

VT Food System News: Farm2Plate Opportunities

Lots of ways to stay in Vermont this summer or after graduation if you are interested in contributing to Vermont’s sustainable food system growth. Below are a few of the great places looking to hire YOU!

Food System Jobs (Compliments of VT Farm to Plate May News)
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, 2 VT NRCS Openings Apply by May 16
Chittenden Solid Waste District, Drop-Off Center Operator – On Call
Vermont Foodbank, Operations Technician
Vermont Foodbank, VT Fresh and Network Partner Coordinator
Addison County Relocalization Network (ACORN), Food Hub Manager
Vital Communities, Project Managers-Climate, Agriculture, Energy, Economy
Vermont Community Loan Fund, Loan Officer
Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, Grants and Fund Development Manager
Pigasus Meats, Part-Time Farm Help
Norwich Farmers’ Market (Summer), Market Manager
Littleton Food Co-op, FT/PT Cooks, Meat Cutters, Asst. Prepared Foods Manager
Center for an Agricultural Economy, Just Cut Kitchen Staff
Center for an Agricultural Economy, Administrative Operations Coordinator
Rural Vermont, Operations Director
Vermont Foodbank, Community Kitchen Academy
Flack Family Farm, Farm Crew
Bennington Community Market, General Manager
Sun Hill Farm, Farmstead Internship Program and Homestead Manager
Salvation Farms, Vermont Commodity Manager and Community Relations Coordinator
City Market, Onion River Cooperative, Produce Buyer, City Market – South End
Green Mountain Farm-to-School, Americorps Farm to School Coordinator
High Mowing Organic Seeds, Trials Farm Crew
New Village Farm, Livestock, Agriculture, & Craft Skill Mentors
Vermont Fresh Network, Vermont Open Farm Week Coordinator
New Village Farm, Livestock Manager/Educator and Ag and Craft Teachers & Mentors (PT)
NOFA Vermont, Development Coordinator
NOFA Vermont, Mobile Oven Baker
NOFA Vermont, Farm Resilience Specialist
Intervale Center, Food Access Assistant
Intervale Center, Everyone Eats Community Outreach and Distribution Manager
Intervale Center, Conservation Nursery Crew (Temporary)
Intervale Center, Event Staff
Intervale Center, Volunteer Music Intern

Vermont Innovation Summer: Education Intern @Center for Women & Enterprise

This opportunity is part of Middlebury College’s Vermont Innovation Summer cohort program, sponsored by the Innovation Hub. This program supports students working with companies and on self-directed projects across Burlington’s innovation ecosystem. For more information about Vermont Innovation Summer, please contact Ben Yamron at

This position comes with access to affordable, fee-based dormitory housing through an educational partner in Burlington. More information will be available in April upon the intern’s offer of employment.


The Center for Women & Enterprise Vermont (CWEVT) is an inclusive economic empowerment organization. We help women business owners and aspiring women entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses by providing greater access to the resources, tools, and support they need. We are home to the Vermont Women’s Business Center, which receives partial federal funding to provide no-cost business counseling and tons of training experiences to women entrepreneurs at all stages of their development.  


CWE seeks a dynamic, organized independent person to oversee the redesign of some of our signature entrepreneurship education programs. This position is great for students interested in educational design, Universal Design, entrepreneurship, and branding.

Entrepreneurship Training Curricula Internship – CWE is known for its entrepreneurial training experiences, where entrepreneurs have a chance to connect deeply with the community and with each other to build their businesses. Over the last year, CWE has undergone an extensive curriculum audit, conducted by outside parties, with an eye on best practices in adult education, cultural competency, and feminist principles in business. Now, we need those updates and suggestions vetted and incorporated into our 3 signature curricula: Getting To Your First Sale, Business Planning, and Power Forward: Strategic Growth Planning. 

New: Voyager Scholarships for Sophomores Committed to Public Service, Apps due June 14

The Voyager Scholarship is a new initiative to support the next generation of public service leaders with financial aid and travel support. Created by the Obamas and Brian Chesky, Airbnb CEO, the program aims to alleviate the burden of college debt, provide meaningful travel experiences to expand students’ horizons, and a network of mentors and […]

Kate Reinmuth ’17 Named Knight-Hennessy Scholar

Congratulations to Kate Reinmuth ’17 who was recently named one of 70 Knight-Hennessy Scholars at Stanford University! Kate will pursue a joint PhD program in Economics and JD at Stanford Law School. Way to go, Kate! Read more about Kate and the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program at