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Love What You Study in College But Not Sure How to Translate That Into a Job? Carney, Sandoe & Associates Can Help! Info Session 11/2

Interested in launching your career in the rewarding world of education?

JOIN: Info Session – Carney Sandoe & Associates Info Session @ Middlebury

WHEN: Wednesday, November 2, 2022 (Virtual)

TIME: 4:30-5:30 PM

CS&A is an educational recruitment firm that places passionate learners like you in K-12 independent, private, boarding, and charter schools across the nation. We have placed over 33,000 teachers and administrators in independent schools since 1977. Each year, our team of experienced Placement Associates works to fill thousands of teaching positions available in all primary and secondary subjects.

As a job seeker with CS&A, you will be supported by your own team of experienced Associates who will present you with personalized job opportunities that match your interests, advocate for you during the interview process, and provide you with top-of-the-line advice as you progress in your job search. Our services are completely free to job seekers.

Additionally, as a job seeker you gain access to our national hiring fairs, events that allow you to interview and network with multiple top school administrators looking for candidates like you.

Subject areas of high interest include but are not limited to the following:

Elementary, English, Spanish, French, Chinese/Mandarin, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Computer Science, History, Art, Theater, Drama, Religion, and Physical Education, as well as other faculty, staff, and athletic coaching positions.

 List of Requirements:

  • Candidates will need at least a BA/BS in the subject area they will be teaching, although minors or concentrations can be acceptable for some areas.
  • Experience working with children between the ages of 5-18 is preferred.
  • The ability to coach or direct extracurricular activities or clubs is very helpful.
  • A positive, upbeat attitude and excitement in helping support the next generation.

Teaching certification or a degree in education is not required for most positions.

Looking to Improve the World We Live In, But Not Sure How? Join Others @Midd

Ever yearn for something more to your career than the promise of wealth? Believe that the true way to happiness, is making other people happy? Then you likely have considered impact. 

No matter what your career interest are, we want to hear about it! From AI development, to impact investing or global priorities research, the options are endless. Effective Altruism is a global community of students, professionals, and activists who frequently ask themselves and each other: what does doing good in the world actually look like? Why should we even consider the idea of doing good? And what are the most effective ways to do so? What goals are actually worth dedicating 80 years of your life to?  Come explore these questions with us. 

Get involved in our club!  Go/ea 

Apply Now to Earn Credit for your Winter Term Internship!

Do you have a Winter Term internship lined up or want to consider doing a J-term internship? Here’ s the information you’ll need if you want to take part in an internship AND earn credit for the internship.  
STEP 1: Have your resume approved by a CCI Peer Career Advisor (PCA). No appointment necessary. See go/PCAs for times and locations.  

STEP 2: Secure your internship. Check out the exciting Winter Term internships currently posted in Handshake, visit go/findinternships for tips, or make an appointment with a CCI advisor or visit a PCA for help.  

STEP 3: Find a Middlebury faculty member to serve as your academic sponsor. See FAQ at go/WTinternships for more info on academic sponsors.  

STEP 4: Read the Internship Agreement Form. Make sure you agree with all the terms. You will be asked in the Application for Credit to affirm that you have read and agree to abide by all requirements.  
STEP 5: Write your personal statement for your application for credit including 3 scholarly sources (see samples).  

STEP 6: Create an Experience in Handshake – this is your application for credit. go/Handshake>Career Center>Experiences>Request an Experience. Select Winter Term Application for Credit/Funding and Winter Term 2023 and answer all questions marked with an asterisk. Immediately after submitting, attach your personal statement and your CCI-approved resume.  CCI has funding grants available for students on financial aid on a first-come, first-served basis or for internships related to conflict transformation.  

Internship credit and funding is approved on a rolling basis up until Dec. 1. See details at go/WTinternships and apply now! Contact Cheryl Whitney Lower for questions.   

Please note: Sophomores through Super Seniors who have been enrolled for Fall ’22 (exceptions apply) or those on an approved study away program (Middlebury or non-Middlebury) are eligible to earn credit during Winter Term 2023. Students doing remote internships are only eligible for campus housing if you have been/will be on-campus the full year.
FAQs, Timeline & Application Instructions here!

Hot Education Internships & Jobs in Handshake

Here are some opportunities for internships and jobs in teaching and education in Handshake this week:

And a few more…

And some EVENTS to Register for in Handshake:

Winter Term Internships for Credit! Build Your Story

There are still 16 internships posted in Handshake that you can receive credit for. check them out below and apply through Handshake. Don’t delay; try something new or continue to develop skills in a sector you’ve been reaching for. You can find them all HERE in Handshake.

TitleEmployerExpiresJob Location
Winter Term 2023  Intern in Chambers of Federal District Court JudgeU.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts11/2/22 Boston, MA
Yellow House Community Winter Term 2023 InternshipThe Yellow House Community11/2/22Middlebury, Vermont
Winter Term  2023 –  Biblioteca David Kitson (Costa Rica) Teacher Assistant/InternMiddlebury College – Teaching English Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)11/2/22Liberia, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica
Editorial Intern: Winter Term 2023New England Review11/1/22Middlebury, Vermont, United States
Winter Term 2023 Intern – ResearchFCLTGlobal10/31/22Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Winter Term  2023 Sports Mentoring Program CoordinatorStride Foundation11/2/22Middlebury, Vermont, United States
Winter Term 2023 Legislative InternRights & Democracy11/2/22Middlebury, Vermont, United States
Winter Term 2023 Financial Analyst InternshipFocus Advisory Services LLC10/31/22Los Angeles, California, United States
Winter Term 2023 – Research InternNYC Office of the Mayor10/31/22New York City, New York, United States
Winter Term 2023 Intern – Office of General CounselMiddlebury College – Office of the General Counsel11/2/22Monterey, California, United States
Winter Term internship 2023: Health & Wellness EducationMiddlebury College – Center for Health and Wellness11/2/22Middlebury, Vermont, United States
Costume Shop Winter Term 2023 InternshipMiddlebury College Costume Shop11/2/22Middlebury, Vermont, United States
Winter Term 2023 Consulting Intern – diIVe VirtualdiiVe11/1/22Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Winter Term 2023 Comp Sci/GIS Intern (remote/in-person flexible)Treeline Terrains11/2/22Middlebury, Vermont, United States

Language Education Semester Away @ Monterey

Below is information about a study away program being 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 newly designed Monterey Language Education Semester (MLES), a collaboration between faculty at Middlebury College and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) is a study away program that 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. Feel free to reach out to meet at any point to discuss this opportunity by emailing Jason Martel, Associate Professor, Program Chair, and Career & Academic Advisor, TESOL/TFL, MIIS at jmartel@middlebury.edu.  If you’re interested in continuing on to complete an MA TESOL or MA TFL at MIIS after the MLES, I’d highly recommend that we meet in order to strategize which courses you should take at the College to smooth the transition. 

Learn More About A Summer Interning Outdoors; Come Hear Overland Tuesday, 10/25 @7PM

Love the outdoors? Seeking an exciting, leadership-oriented summer opportunity? Overland hires college students and recent graduates to lead eight weeks of hiking, language, and service trips across the country and around the world. 

Whether you’re backpacking in the Swiss Alps, restoring trails in Alaska, learning French in Chamonix, or rock climbing in Maine, the mission is the same: we offer carefully crafted and superbly led trips that catalyze in students an understanding of the world beyond themselves, beyond their own needs and wants, and inspire them to see how beautiful and exciting, how full of promise the world is. 

We’ll be on campus on Tuesday, October 25th, and we would love to meet with you! We’ll be hosting an info session at 7pm in Twilight 206. We’ll explain the goals of the experience, the nuances of the trips we offer, the logistics of how it all happens, and answer any questions you have. We can’t wait to see you! If you have any questions, or can’t meet us during those times and would like to, please reach out to hiring@overlandsummers.com.