- Summer 2020 Financial Analyst Internship – Deadline date: March 20
- Graphic Design and Marketing Intern – Deadline date: May 1
- Summer Camp Journalism/Media Specialist – Deadline date: May 1
- Summer 2020 Influencer Marketing Internship – Deadline date: May 1
- Arts Administrative Internship 2020 – Deadline date: March 20
- Content Distribution Digital Summer 2020 Internships – Deadline date: February 14
- Marketing and Communications Intern – Deadline date: February 7
- Kizuna Dance Administrative Intern – Deadline date: March 20
- Imagination Stage 2020-2021 Professional Apprenticeship Program – Deadline date: March 1
- Studio Institute Bloomberg Arts Mentor – Deadline date: April 5
- Brooklyn Museum 2020 Summer Internship Program – Deadline date: February 16
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Major: International Politics & Economics
Global Capital Markets Summer Analyst with Morgan Stanley
“It cannot be emphasized enough from my experience and many others’ experiences in this field that relentless networking is the key. Beyond just networking though is meaningful networking. This means understanding the tools available to you through Middlebury and the CCI and also actively trying to learn more about the professional area which you are pursuing.”
How did you find your internship? I found my summer opportunity with Morgan Stanley through campus events as well as networking with older students/recent graduates who were either working full-time, completed the summer internship, or both. The most important lesson I learned was to utilize the Middlebury network as a foundation for further networking to maximize understanding of the industry and to speak to many more people beyond just Middlebury alumni.
How did CCI help you find this opportunity? Guidance from Ursula Olender and Peer Career Advisors through appointments, resume structuring, and campus event promotion.
What advice do you have for Middlebury students looking for an internship? It can not be emphasized enough from my experience and many others’ experiences in this field that relentless networking is the key. Beyond just networking though is meaningful networking. This means understanding the tools available to you through Middlebury and the CCI, and also actively trying to learn more about the professional area in which you are pursuing.
What was the most rewarding aspect of your work? Working with extremely smart people and learning a lot because of that.
What do you wish you knew before interning that you would like to share with other students? Once you begin your summer internship, stay in touch from the beginning with any mentors or connections who helped to get you there. I found I neglected to do this in the first few weeks of the summer as I was starting, and I realized afterward that it would have helped me immensely to keep in touch with them all the way through.
Did you have a mentor that helped you get to where you are today? If so, who? Please share how mentorship helped you. As I highlighted above, mentorship is very important. To get to where I am today, I relied on both undergraduate mentors as well as people a number of years into their professional life. Over the past two summers, I have used Midd Mentors and each of my mentors has offered me immense perspective and support. I still check back in with each of them occasionally. The key is to find a person or a few people who do something that you think you might really want to do and build a relationship with them, show them that you really do care about their work by asking good questions, demonstrating your learning, and keeping in touch over an extended period of time. They will likely come to appreciate your interest and curiosity, and will be more willing to help you at that point.
Interested in getting help with summer internships? Come meet with one of the Peer Career Advisors (go/pcas) to learn more about how to search for internships, and how to apply for funding.
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The Saint Louis Art Museum is offering four full-time, paid summer internships in 2020.
All successful applicants will be exposed to the breadth of work taking place at the Museum. The internship is open to current graduate students and recent alumni (May 2020) of programs in art history or related fields and to undergraduate students who have completed at least two years of study in art history or related programs.
Interns will be placed within the division of Curatorial Affairs & Museum Programs and will work primarily for one of the seven curatorial departments or in Learning & Engagement. Some projects might support other active Museum groups such as collections, registration, or exhibitions. The departments in which interns may be placed include: • American Art • Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas • Ancient Mediterranean Art
• European Art to 1800 • Modern and Contemporary Art • Multigenerational Learning • Prints, Drawings and Photographs
Internship parameters: • Mandatory start date is Monday, June 15, 2020 (UPDATED) • Schedule is Monday through Friday, approximately 37.5 hours per week • Biweekly pay, at $12.25 per hour worked, no benefits or holiday pay • Internship concludes when intern completes 300 hours, approximately eight weeks
A complete application will include:
- Cover letter addressing professional goals and indicating how this internship would support progress toward these goals
- Resume/work experience (volunteer and paid)
- Transcripts (unofficial is acceptable)
- Language skills (specify reading, writing, speaking levels of fluency)
- Three references (include name, title, affiliation, email address, and phone number for each reference; at least two must be a professor or academic advisor; one may be a personal or professional reference)
- Writing sample (academic text that must include footnotes/citations and bibliography)
- PLEASE UPLOAD ALL REQUIRED MATERIALS AS A SINGLE PDF FILE
To apply, candidates will fill out a general internship application online. Candidates will be considered for specific projects based on qualifications and project needs.
Deadline to submit complete applications: Sunday, March 1st, 2020 by 11:59 pm CST Applicants will be notified in mid-April if they are finalists for an internship.
For any questions regarding the program, specific projects, or the application, please contact Kalina Irving Senior Administrative Assistant, Curatorial Affairs & Museum Programs, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Learn how to jump start your career at BlackRock’s one-day educational program for college sophomores.
WHEN AND WHERE?
Friday, April 3, 2020 in New York, NY
Please submit your application by Monday, March 2 at 8:00AM EST in order to be considered for this Find Your Future Forum event.
DISCOVER A NEW WORLD
Learn about our business at the exciting intersection of finance and technology. Get to know our unique culture and gain an understanding of where you could add value at BlackRock. We offer a wide range of opportunities in Advisory & Client Services, Analytics & Risk, Corporate Functions & Business Operations, Investments, Relationship Management & Sales, and Technology.
INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE
Expand your knowledge by taking part in professional skill-building, technology and finance workshops. Learn how we utilize cutting-edge technology to build a better financial future for our clients. Meet with professionals in the FinTech industry to see how you can leverage your experience and background to kick-start a career with BlackRock.
BUILD YOUR RESUME
Build your resume, grow your network and gain that competitive edge employers value. Acquire the tools, communication strategies and best practices needed to help you land your dream job – and succeed at it.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO ATTEND?
We are seeking talented sophomores with diverse backgrounds. Applicants should meet the following criteria:
- Self-identify as female, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native American, LGBTQ+ and/or disabled
- Strong academic credentials across any major or discipline
- Expected graduation date between September 2021 and June 2022
WHO IS BLACKROCK?
BlackRock is a global investment firm, trusted to manage more assets than any other. We combine the energy and fast-paced nature of a startup with the security and resources of a leading global asset manager. Our clients are companies, governments, foundations, and millions of individuals saving for retirement, their children’s educations, and a better life. We are passionate about providing products and services that can help them build a strong financial future. No matter what your level, we offer our employees real responsibility from day one –and we’ll be looking to you for your unique perspective to help us challenge the status quo.
Interested in gaining the knowledge, skills and dispositions needed for a purposeful career in social impact? Host site 2020: Monterey, California. The Middlebury Social Impact Corps program connects students to social change with unique global internship opportunities. A select cohort of Middlebury College and MIIS graduate students are chosen and matched with a social enterprise or NGO for an eight-week summer internship. The experiential learning program focuses on six pillars: adaptability, commitment, inquiry, narrative, reflection, and partnership. In partnership with organizations, MSIC members gain knowledge, skills, and dispositions for purposeful careers in social impact.
2020 Middlebury Social Impact Corps Info Sessions
Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020: 4:30-5:30 p.m. at ADK Library
Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020: 7-8:00 p.m. at ADK Library