Tag Archives: Arts, Media, and Communications

Curious about a Career in Public Relations? Learn how you can put your Liberal arts skills in writing, unpacking ideas and collaboration to use in the fast-paced world of a PR agency – Wednesday, October 13!

Join Gabrielle Simon and Amanda Powers, of financial communications agency Prosek Partners, for an information session on working in communications and public relations, what Prosek Partners does for clients, post-graduate job opportunities in Boston, Connecticut and New York and a lively Q&A session.

Prosek Partners is among the largest independent public relations firms in the U.S., and one of the few domestic, mid-size firms that offers global capabilities through its London office and international network. Specializing in providing a full range of communications solutions to financial and professional services companies, the firm delivers an unexpected level of passion, creativity and marketing savvy. Prosek Partners’ “Unboxed Communications” approach brings breakthrough ideas to every client engagement.

Date: Wednesday, October 13

Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Activate Your Handshake Profile – Week 6

Your To Do for Week Six:

This week of Handshake’s #NoFailFall, log into Handshake and see what virtual events you can attend.

Navigate to the events page using the top menu bar, then use the “Virtual” filter.

Register for an event that interests you, and don’t forget to sign up for 1:1 and group sessions with employers in advance to save your spot.

A Workforce Recruitment Program Recruiter will be interviewing Middlebury students this fall!

Are you a student or recent graduate with a disability seeking an internship or job?

The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is for students and recent graduates with disabilities and serves as a primary pipeline for bringing new talent into the Federal Government. Applying is an excellent way to:

  • find an internship or permanent position at federal agencies
  • explore careers in the federal service
  • gain interviewing experience

For more information, contact Tim Mosehauer at Kitchel House, 152 College Street. tmosehau@middlebury.edu or 802.443.5105.

Join the Workforce Recruitment Program Info Session on Thursday, 9/30 at 4:30 PM

If you are a U.S. citizen with a disability and are interested in working in the government for a summer internship or permanent position, consider registering with the Workforce Recruitment Program. A recruiter with the program will be conducting informational interviews this fall with all students who register. This is a great way to find an internship or job at federal agencies, explore careers in the federal service, and gain interviewing experience.

Join us to learn more about this program, how to register, and what documents you need to complete your application. 1:30 (PT)/4:30 (ET).

Seeking a summer internship or full-time employment following graduation? Apply for the Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)!

The WRP helps qualified students and recent graduates with disabilities obtain internships and permanent positions with the federal and private employers across the U.S.

What is WRP?

To learn more, contact Tim Mosehauer (tmosehau@middlebury.edu) or 802-443-5105 – in Kitchel House 201.

Looking for part-time work in town? Come to the local job fair on Monday, 9/27 from 4:30-6:30 pm

Middlebury employers are looking for AWESOME. Are YOU Awesome?

Join Middlebury businesses in the McCullough tent on Monday, 9/27 from 4:30-6:30 PM for a local job fair.

Middlebury businesses will share opportunities for local employment.

Join us and enter to win $100 in Middlebury Money!

No RSVP Required.

Monumental Conversations: What the Andrew Mellon Foundation found when they analyzed America’s monuments

As part of The Mellon Foundation’s unprecedented new Monuments Project, Philadelphia-based nonprofit art and history studio Monument Lab undertook a comprehensive audit of our country’s commemorative landscape, scouring almost half a million records of historic properties to better understand the dynamics and trends that have shaped our nation’s monuments.

Join Dr. Elizabeth Alexander, President of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and Dr. Paul Farber, Director and Co-Founder of Monument Lab, for a discussion that will dive into Monument Lab’s findings and explore what they mean for the future of our commemorative landscape.

Date: Wednesday, September 29

Time: 4pm EST

Click here to register for the event!