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Environmental Lawyer and more ENAM Alums Return to Campus

On Thursday, March 14, seven amazing Middlebury grads who majored in ENAM will return to campus for the English and American Literatures Field Guide.

On Thursday evening at 5pm in Atwater Dining, alums will participate in a panel discussing their career paths. This will be followed by an informal dinner.

Friday morning, alums will hold one-on-one career conversations with students at the Center for Careers and Internships. Students can sign up in Handshake.

Alumni returning to campus:

Joshua Axelrod ‘05
Environmental Law and Policy Consultant, Natural Resource Defense Council

Angela Evancie ‘09
Host of Brave Little State Podcast, Vermont Public Radio

Emily Lackey ‘06
Freelance Writer

Shanta Lindo ‘10
National Director of Career Programs, Posse Foundation

Chip Franklin ‘02
Consultant/Principal, Earthworm Advisors

Paulina Murton ‘03
Senior Director of Middle School Programs, Breakthrough Greater Boston

Nike Power ‘14
Studio Analyst, Amazon Studios

HOT Handshake EDUCATION Internships & Jobs Week of 2/18-2/25

There are lots of jobs and internships in Handshake this week – click HERE. Take the time and pay attention to the upcoming deadlines! If you have any questions about your resume and cover letters, stop by the CCI for a Quick Question — no appointment needed.

REMINDER: PCA spring semester hours are as follows:

Regular Hours

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday in Adirondack House 1:00-4:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday in Adirondack House 10:00-4:00 p.m.

Campus Hours

  • Mondays in Hillcrest Lounge 7:00-9:00 p.m.
  • Tuesdays in Ross Fireside Lounge 7:00-9:00 p.m.
  • Wednesdays in the Anderson Freeman Center 7:00-9:00 p.m.
  • Thursdays in the Squash Lobby 1:00-4:00 p.m.

*** IF YOU ARE GOING TO APPLY FOR FUNDING FOR AN UNPAID INTERNSHIP FOR THIS SUMMER YOU ARE REQUIRED TO GET YOUR RESUME APPROVED!

Want to be a great, not a good, teacher? Urban Teachers may be just what you’re seeking.

Want to make a lifetime impact on students in underserved communities?The next deadline for Urban Teachers is Monday Feb 25th!
 
Who We Are
Urban Teachers is transforming the way people are prepared for a career in teaching. Through hands-on training, coaching, and peer supports, we give our teachers the skills needed to improve outcomes for students in high-need communities in Baltimore, DC, and Dallas/Fort Worth. By doing so, our teachers are changing the lives of the students, families, and communities they serve, as well as their own. 

What You Need To Know
The next application deadline for Urban Teachers is Monday, February 25th; apply here today! The application should only take about 20-30 minutes to complete!

Applying is not committing, so if you’re interested in this program, we recommend applying by the 25th. Why? Because the sooner you apply, the more likely you are to receive your first choice of city placement (Baltimore, D.C., or Dallas/Fort Worth). AND the sooner you’ll hear back from our admissions team: Wouldn’t it be nice to have a guaranteed job by the time March Madness rolls around?
 
If you have any questions about the Urban Teachers program, the application process, or anything at all, please don’t hesitate to email the Northeast recruiter, Torin Peterson, at torin.peterson@urbanteachers.org, or you can schedule a call with Torin here.

We very much look forward to receiving your application by February 25th!

Urban Teachers – Virtual Info Sessions

We prepare teachers to be highly effective educators who are committed to equity and inclusivity, and empower every child through learning. At Urban Teachers, we believe access to a quality education gives young people the tools to become forces of change in their communities. Have questions about our program before you join? Here’s the place to get your answers, and other resources to help you along. At this info session, you’ll learn facts about our graduate program, cities we serve, and what it’s like to teach. Attend as many of these as you would like, because we are growing rapidly, and there is always something new to learn. SIGN UP ON HANDSHAKE TO ATTEND HERE.

Monday, February 11th 2019 – 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesday, February 12th 2019 – 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HOT Education Jobs & Internships in Handshake

There are lots of Handshake EDUCATION jobs and internships with pending deadlines coming up in teaching and administrative positions. Apply early and don’t wait for the deadlines as many of them are rolling even though they have deadlines listed in Handshake. Click on the list HERE.

Hot Jobs/Internships on Handshake – Education

Urban Teachers Residency – Due 1/28 @ 11:55pm

Program Overview
Urban Teachers is a four-year teacher training and certification program that works to close the achievement gap in schools by improving teacher quality and preparing a pipeline of high-performing career teachers. Educators who complete the Urban Teachers program are among the most expert and results-oriented in the nation because we provide the best teacher preparation available.

Teacher- Denver Fellow Residency (2019-2020) at Denver Public School– Due 1/29 @ 10:00am

Program Overview

The Denver Fellow Residency is a prestigious program designed for those interested in becoming teachers. It offers an opportunity to get a Colorado Initial Teacher Licensure and a Master of Arts in Teaching while working in Denver Public Schools. Fellow Residents spend the first year of the program working with small groups of students while being supported by an experienced teacher. They then move into teaching full sized classes in the second year.
During both years of the fellowship, Fellow Residents enroll as graduate students at Relay. Relay graduate students begin coursework the summer before the school year begins. Once the school year starts, graduate students attend in-person sessions one evening and one afternoon per week. While Residents attend classes in-person each month, approximately 40% of the Relay program is completed online. They receive professional development and coaching from the Relay faculty, and will receive their teacher license at the end of the first year of the program. At the successful conclusion of the two-year residency, Fellow Residents will earn their Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).
The Graduate Assistant for Residential Community and Inclusion at Mount Holyoke – Due 1/30 @ 1:55am
Program Overview
The Graduate Assistant for Residential Community and Inclusion is a 30 hour a week position responsible for developing and implementing initiatives in the residence halls and cultural centers on campus. This position will support the diversity and inclusion work on campus through assisting with the MoZone program, working with affinity based Living Learning Communities, supporting cultural houses, and providing administrative support for various Student Life functions. This position will serve in an on call rotation for one week a month, responding to student crisis and concerns as needed. The person fulfilling this role will be supervised by the Associate Dean of Students for Community and Inclusion that oversees Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Student Life and will also have dual reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students & Director of Residential Life.

Mixed Methods Research Consultant, RPSG atNew York City: Department of Education  – Due 1/30 @ 10:50am

Office Description:
Research-based educational policy and data transparency play an important role within the NYC DOE. The Research and Policy Support Group (RPSG) is at the center of this effort by ensuring that policymakers have access to sound and timely research, analytics, and program evaluations. As part of this role, RPSG conducts its own research and program evaluations as well as serves as a bridge between the DOE and external research parties.

Summer 2019 Teaching Fellow at Breakthrough Collaborative – Due 2/22 @ 2:55am

Program Overview:
Breakthrough is looking for accomplished undergraduates to join our classrooms this summer. We seek undergraduates from all academic backgrounds – both those planning careers in education and those who are considering it for the first time. Breakthrough teaching fellows have a deep commitment to social justice and passion for working with our inspiring students. Our teaching fellows must be committed to personal growth and comfortable working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.
As a Breakthrough teaching fellow, you’ll join a supportive community where you’ll receive extensive training, continuous support, and the opportunity to lead a classroom. Throughout the summer, you will assume leadership roles and practice creativity, flexibility, and problem-solving. Under the guidance of experienced educators, you will work alongside other teaching fellows to plan and teach classes, manage a classroom, advise students, lead field trips, and develop as a teacher and leader. A summer at Breakthrough will help prepare you for a career in education and grow professional skills that will help you stand apart in other professions.