Click here for a curated listing of Education: K-12, Higher Ed and other education opportunities looking for candidates.
The Innovation Hub is hiring a full-time Creativity and Innovation Associate and Social Innovation Associate for the 2022-2023 academic year! These roles will be responsible for managing programs related to creativity, innovation, social innovation and entrepreneurship; this includes advising students and students groups, publicizing applications and events, and working with community partners to expand opportunities for students. We are looking for a new Middlebury graduate (Feb ’21.5 or Spring ’22) to work directly with the Director of the Innovation Hub! You can see the full job description for the Social Innovation Associate here and the Creativity and Innovation Associate here. For more information, please contact Ben Yamron firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a curated listing of education teaching and administrative jobs and internships expiring this week with deadlines–CLICK HERE to access these opportunities!
Another important event to make note of:
The Education Studies Program here at Middlebury is having an information session for all students interested in the major/minor.
Information Session on the Education Studies major/minor for all interested students. Thursday, April 14 @ 3:30 in Twilight 201, pizza provided.
What MiddCORE Summer Intern Lab Alumni are Saying
For two hours a week in June-July, join 30+ mentors from the MiddCORE community to build critical skills for professional success. Each Tuesday night, you will be joined by young alumni and distinguished MiddCORE Mentors to dive into interactive skill-building sessions and gain real-world insights. Each week is designed to build on the next. Realize your potential this summer and deepen your connections within the Middlebury community.
MiddCORE Summer Intern Lab is designed to complement your summer experience, from anywhere!
As recognition for completing the MiddCORE Summer Intern Lab, you will receive a $500 professional development award for attending all sessions. MiddCORE Summer Intern Lab is a collaboration with CCI and Compass.
You do not have to have your internship secured to apply.
Apply Now! Final Application Deadline Sunday, April 17
Check out the exciting opportunities for jobs and internships in the Education sector. Click HERE to see a curated list of teaching and administrative opportunities with application deadlines coming up this week. Don’t wait till the deadlines to apply!!
Students interested in areas of conflict transformation, including peace and security studies and migration and refugee issues, will be exposed to real-world professional experiences that will enable them to inform their career exploration and other post-graduate planning. This is a collaboration with the Middlebury in DC office and is funded by the $25 million grant to support programming in conflict transformation.
This will be an immersive “living and learning” experience organized around opportunities to meet with alumni and visit many different kinds of organizations. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity.
The application deadline is Sunday, April 17 at 11:59 PM.
FAQ for DC Trek applicants:
As you consider applying for this exciting opportunity, we’ve collected a few questions that might be on your mind to help you be informed as you decide whether to apply or not.
What if my internship starts right around that week of June 6 when this trip is happening?
We encourage you to discuss this with your supervisor. In some cases this could be an actual good thing to attend and then start your internship. A contact or supervisor at your internship might be more understanding than you think. Let us know if you want to discuss this more. We realize this could be an issue but hope it’s not a big obstacle.
Will you really pay for all expenses to get me to DC? Like air tickets, food and hotels too?
Yup! We know it can be expensive, and will work with you within reason to make this affordable because we think it’s worth it. We’ll include dinner Sunday night, then 3 meals on Monday and Tuesday, and breakfast and lunch on Wednesday before the program ends. We’ll work with you to make travel arrangements to arrive in DC on Sunday evening, then depart on Wednesday late afternoon. We’ll also cover subway fares or other local transport in DC. And you’ll have housing on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings.
What organizations will we be visiting?
Good question. We are building this trip as we speak. We have some places in mind now, and depending on who is selected for the trip, we may adapt and try new visits. The purpose is to show you a wide range of interesting organizations doing work in this area. We will probably be visiting 2-3 places per day, with a reflection activity in the evening to help you process all you are learning.
What happens after this trip?
We hope you make connections with alumni and learn about the variety of opportunities that exist. You can use this trip as a spring board to investigate internships for future summers or explore how it connects to future classes you want to take on campus. We anticipate you will return to your scheduled summer internship or job or go home after the program ends.
I’m not sure if this trip is right for me, why should I apply? What are you looking for in candidates?
If you’re curious, open minded and are ready to learn, this trip is for you. If you’ve always wanted to visit DC, or have been in the past and want to go again, this trip is for you. All majors are welcome. All class years are welcome. In fact, younger students like first years might be the best. If you think you know what conflict transformation is, join us. Better yet, if you’re still working it out, that’s fine too, we will discover and explore together.