You’ve landed the internship or have plans to secure one soon. How do you prepare for your internship and get the most from your summer experience? Hear from a panel of students giving their best tips and advice on making the most of your internship. The conversation will include working with supervisors, taking initiative, what to do when you make a mistake or don’t know how to do an assigned task, organizing your work, negotiating conflict in the workplace, advocating for yourself, preparing for and ending your internship strong, and more! There will be time for your questions as well.
Making the Most of your Internship! Monday, April 26, 5:00-6:00 pm RSVP here!
Brought to you by Blueprint and the Center for Careers and Internships.
Interested in making your mark in Vermont this summer? Experience SUMMER in VERMONT with one of these amazing MiddWorks for Vermont internships. The goal of these internships is for students to gain the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in making lasting change at the local or state level while working to further the mission of the organizations they will be serving.
There are some really wonderful internships posted now and more to come – apply by April 23rd and make an impact in Vermont this summer!
The Sustainability Solutions Lab (SSL) is a program through the Office of Sustainability Integration. The SSL, located in the Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest, provides our community with resources, information and support to carry out sustainability-related projects on campus dealing typically with waste, energy and transportation. The SSL employs student interns who work either during the regular fall and spring semesters or intensively over the summer and Winter Term. This opportunity is a great way to gain skills and experience doing project-based consulting work while being a full-time student.
We are hiring summer interns! Read more and apply here by 5pm on Sunday, April 18th 2021.
You can read about what it’s like to be a part of the SSL on the SSL Blog. Currently, the SSL is playing a major role in meeting the goals of Energy2028. Contact Eva Fillion (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
Tune in to this webinar hosted by Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest on behalf of “Solve Climate By 2030,” a global teach-in designed to accelerate local solutions to climate change. The Vermont webinar is open to the public and is one of over 100 events in fifty countries, including 47 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. It will feature the work of Middlebury students and their community partners in an environmental studies course for seniors who collaborate with local organizations to address current sustainability issues in the region and elsewhere.
“Vermont farmers, educators, brewers, manufacturers, healthcare providers, policymakers, families, and individuals are all equal members of the Vermont community,” said Kate Holly ’21, an environmental studies major taking the course this spring and a member of the webinar’s three-person panel. “We can act on the individual level, as I believe we all should, but we should also be looking to take action together as a community. There is hope in this unified action.”
The Vermont panel, which will be moderated by Jonathan Isham, Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies, is scheduled to include: • Johanna Miller, Energy and Climate Program Director, the Vermont Natural Resources Council • Cara Robechek, Network Manager, the Energy Action Network • Kate Holly ‘21, Middlebury College student and Sustainability Consultant and Writer, Middlebury College
The panelists will offer their perspectives on pursuing a just and sustainable energy transition in Vermont, presenting three ongoing class projects designed to support a diverse climate-economy workforce, affordable clean-energy methods of transportation for low-income households, and zero-net energy housing for migrant workers on dairy farms. Registered participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar, which will be recorded for public use by Vermont educators and others.
Here is a curated listing of 10 MiddWorks Vermont paid summer 2021 internships where CCI has partnered with organizations throughout Vermont to support paid learning opportunities for Middlebury students who in turn will be supporting the high social needs in the State.
Here is a curated listing of Education internships and jobs with application deadlines due within this week: CLICK HERE.
Tuesday, April 20th 2021, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm: The Literacy Lab Information Session – Do you believe that literacy is a human right? Then come hear about The Literacy Lab’s mission to ensure all students – no matter who they are or what their zip code is – can become proficient readers and pursue lifelong success.
Educational Programming Internship at 826 Valencia, a San Francisco-Headquartered education non-profit – In the virtual educational programming internship, you will work directly with students in programs, possibly support in developing lesson plans and in the process of publishing our students’ writing, assisting programs staff with the ins and outs of organizing programs and scheduling volunteers. (Founded by a Middlebury alumnea!)
Students that have funding from CCI, CCE, or the Innovation Hub get first priority into the cohort!
Over the course of eight sessions, sharpen your professional skill set, expand your network, explore possibilities, and up-level your potential. MiddCORE(x) is designed to work in conjunction with your summer experience, from anywhere!
In this mentor-powered program, you will be immersed in a community of support, offering advice, guidance, and mentorship to excel in your summer opportunity and prepare for what’s next. You will meet for two Sundays and Tuesday evenings May–July, 2021. Find your full schedule here. The program is open to Middlebury students with a focus on students enrolled in CCI, CCE, or Innovation Hub funded summer internships. Accepted students will receive $500 stipend for participation, all sessions required.