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Careers in Education: Opportunities for Gap Year, Teacher Certification, and More!

Are you thinking about a career in education, but not entirely sure where to start?

WHEN: Tuesday, November 15

TIME: 7:00 pm-8:00 pm EST

Join us for an hour-long virtual conversation with 5 organizations operating in education spaces. There are gap year opportunities, options to get your teaching certification, and programs that will take you abroad.

Present will be:

  • Arizona Teacher Residency
  • Breakthrough Collaborative
  • City Year
  • Peace Corps
  • Urban Teachers

Hot Education Internships & Jobs in Handshake

Here is a curated link to Education teaching opportunities in Handshake sorted via application deadlines. Don’t wait; apply early!

Choate Summer Programs Teaching InternshipChoate Rosemary HallWallingford, Connecticut, United States 
Choate Summer Programs Student Life InternshipChoate Rosemary HallWallingford, Connecticut, United States 
Brookwood School Teacher Residency ProgramBrookwood School Teacher Residency ProgramManchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, United States

Winter Term Education-Focused Internships for Credit! Apply NOW!!

There are two last minute Winter Term internships for credit with an education focus that are available now. If you decide to apply, we are asking you to do so by contacting the employers directly. In order to secure WT internship credit this must be done by December 1, you will also need to secure a faculty sponsor and apply for credit through CCI. These internships are available even if you don’t want/need to earn credit. If you have any questions about the application process, please feel free to reach out to Cheryl Whitney Lower.

Bridge School

Their Head of School, Jennifer Grilly, has reached out in the hopes that there might be students interested in doing a J-Term Internship with Bridge School (K-6) this coming winter term. They had a student join them last year and it was a wonderful experience for all. Are there any students still looking for opportunities that might be a good fit? Contact: Jen Grilly, Head of School, Bridge School, 1469 Exchange Street, Middlebury, VT 05753, Tel: (802) 349-1661, email: Jen[at]bridgeschoolvermont.org

Stride Foundation – Sports Mentoring Program Coordinator

Stride’s Winter Term Sports Mentoring Program Coordinator makes the mentoring magic happen that builds self esteem, confidence, and camaraderie in girls from elementary school to high school. Coordinator reports to executive director and is responsible for successful operation of mentoring programs that pair Middlebury College student athletes with local students from Mary Hogan elementary school, Ripton elementary school, Middlebury Union Middle School and St. Michael’s College student athletes with Winooski Middle School. Programs are Sisters in Sport in basketball with middle school girls and Snow Stars in skiing with elementary through high school girls.

Coordinator works independently to organize mentoring meetings between college team mentors and mentees. Coordinator also updates website and social media and works to gain media coverage of Stride programs. Coordinator organizes celebration for each Sisters in Sport program. Internship is a minimum of 25 hours per week. Requires an organized self starter who can work independently, multi-task, and creatively solve problems. Excellent opportunity to gain experience working in non-profit sector in communications and programs. Contact: Leslie Wright, Founder, Stride Foundation, Middlebury, VT, email: stridewright[at]msn.com

Explore Career Paths in Early Childhood Education with Bright Horizons

Thinking about a future in education? No matter where you are in your career — starting on your college degree or preparing to graduate — look here for paths with purpose at a company consistently named one of FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Start building your career as an early educator, even before you graduate. Come be at the heart of a company leading the way in early education — and changing lives. Start writing your next chapter now.

WHEN: Wednesday, November 9th 2022

TIME: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Are You Motivated with a Passion for Service? Peace Corps


From leading health campaigns to boosting local entrepreneurship to teaching digital literacy, Peace Corps offers a range of opportunities for making a difference.

1:1 CHATS: “Does Peace Corps Have a Place in My Future?”

Students will meet individually with a local Peace Corps representative to learn more about overseas opportunities with the Peace Corps, including their programs, the application process, and how to become a competitive candidate for volunteer service. If you’re considering Peace Corps service as the “next big thing” after graduation and have specific questions or concerns, sign up for a 1:1 session with Senior Recruiter and North Macedonian RPCV Bill Bridgeford.

These 20-minute chats will take place between 10:00 am and Noon on November 9 on the first floor of Davis Library. After you apply, you will immediately be able to choose a time slot.

INFORMATION SESSION: Visit with Senior Peace Corps Recruiter Bill Bridgeford

Join Middlebury Senior Recruiter, Bill Bridgeford, for an Information Session this Wednesday, evening, November 9th from 5:00-6:00 PM in Twilight Hall Room 201.

TABLING: Stop by the Davis Library Vestibule and Talk to Peace Corps Recruiter

Bill Bridgeford will be at the Davis Library entrance at a table eager to answer any questions you have about hands-on, grassroots-driven, global service volunteering from Noon to 3:00 PM.

New Study Away Program @MIIS: Monterey Language Education Semester

Below is information about a new study away program offered Fall 2023 at our graduate school, the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in beautiful Monterey, CA.  The program is designed to focus on language education (English or other world languages). They’re accepting applications now!

The program is the newly designed Monterey Language Education Semester (MLES), a collaboration between faculty at Middlebury College and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS). This study away program gives you the opportunity to explore core concepts and practices in language teaching at MIIS with a focus on social engagement. Coursework, which takes place during the fall semester, includes: 

  • Language Analysis OR Introduction to Sociolinguistics (3 credits)
  • Introduction to Intercultural Competence (2 credits)
  • Principles & Practices of Language Teaching I (4 credits)
  • Service-Learning in the Monterey Bay Region (2 credits)
  • Language Teaching for Social Justice (2 credits)
  • Electives (2-4 credits)

This program is ideal for those who are interested in teaching language in the US or abroad, seeking out Fulbright teaching assistantships, or participating in the Peace Corps. Furthermore, the program can shorten time to completion of a full MA TESOL or TFL at MIIS should you choose to return for a master’s degree. 

You can learn more about the MLES by visiting this webpage: https://www.middlebury.edu/office/study-abroad/programs-locations/california/middlebury-language-education-semester.

Jason Martel, Associate Professor, Program Chair, and Career & Academic Advisor, TESOL/TFL at Middlebury Institute of International Studies is happy to meet with you at any point to discuss this opportunity; feel free to email him at jmartel@middlebury.edu.  If you’re interested in continuing on to complete an MA TESOL or MA TFL at MIIS after the MLES, he highly recommends that you reach out to strategize which courses you should take at the College to smooth the transition. 

ARTS Grads Wanted! Serve with ArtistYear

Do YOU Have a Passion for the Arts and Serving Communities?

There’s officially 1 MONTH left to apply for ArtistYear’s early decision deadline on December 1st, 2022!

Pursuing a service year in the arts may be the right choice for you!

Why ArtistYear?

At ArtistYear we train & place exceptional arts graduates as Resident Teaching Artists (RTAs) to address inequities in creative learning at K-12 schools across the nation.

What is the role of a Resident Teaching Artist (RTA)?

An RTA’s role is to enter into a school community and provide arts instruction or exposure where it may be lacking. RTAs have the opportunity to fill in the gaps in a unique way outside of the parameters of being a teacher or a sub.

Where Can I Serve?

Queens, New York
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Moore & Lee Counties, North Carolina
Denver, Colorado
Aspen, Colorado

How will a service year benefit me?

1.       Build lasting connections with your students and cohort of Resident Teaching Artists.

2.       Receive best in-class professional development grounded in trauma-informed practices and restorative justice

3.       Opportunities to expand your network with ArtistYear alumni and external partners to help inform your career path post service

4.       Financial benefits including a living stipend, education award, and student loan forbearance.

How do I apply?

Applications are now open for the 2023-2024 Program Year! (Positions begin July 2023). Please use this link to submit your application! 

Please feel free to contact Maryanne Braine, Director of Recruiting & Alumni Relations, at maryanne.braine{at}artistyear.org should you have any questions or to schedule a phone call to speak further about the program. 

Learn more at www.artistyear.org!