Tag Archives: Education

Reminder: Nov. 10 Nomination Application Deadlines for Goldwater, Truman, Beinecke, St. Andrews

For Juniors (graduating Feb or May 2021) Beinecke Scholarship: Funding for graduate study in humanities and social sciences. Juniors only. Must have 3.7+ GPA, documented financial need, US citizen or US national. Nomination applications due Nov 10; see go/beinecke. Goldwater Scholarship: Tuition award, STEM students planning research careers. Sophomores and juniors eligible. Must have 3.7+ GPA, US citizen or US […]

Timelines and information for Winter Term internships

Considering a Winter Term internship? Here are some dates and information you’ll need.

  • Many Winter Term internships posted in Handshake have application due dates of November 1. Search Handshake for “Winter Term.”
  • Or find your own internship. CCI can help.
  • See a CCI Peer Career Advisor to have your resume approved.
  • Once you have secured your internship, you must apply for credit. Find all the information you’ll need (including a timeline and checklist and FAQs) at go/WTinternships.
  • If you are planning to do an internship but haven’t had it approved by CCI and the Curriculum Committee before Winter Term registration, register for a placeholder class.
  • Last deadline to submit your application for credit is December 1, but CCI recommends that you have all of your plans in place and apply by mid-November as there are many steps involved.
  • For help, make an appointment through Handshake with the advisor that matches the career path interest of your internship or make an appointment with Cheryl Whitney Lower for general internship advising.
  • Additional questions? See FAQs at go/WTinternships or contact Cheryl Whitney Lower.

Join DC Alumni Panelist Discuss the State of Climate Change Policy -11/4 @ 7PM

Location: Davis Library 105A

The Center for Careers and Internships and Middlebury in DC, in collaboration with the Middlebury Professional Network, are hosting Live From DC: The Fight to Stop Climate Change, a discussion among Middlebury and MIIS alumni on legislation, legal remedy, and remediation efforts.

The conversation will be broadcast from Middlebury’s office in DC to both the Middlebury and Monterey campuses (at Middlebury, screened in Davis Library Rooms 105A & 105B).

The alumni panelists include:
• Evan Freund ’99, Senior Director, World Wildlife Fund
• Tatsatom Goncalves ’19, Helms Fellow, World Resource Institute
• Keisuke Iyadomi ’04 MIIS, Climate Change Specialist, the World Bank
• Marna McDermott ’99, Deputy Director and Counsel, Conservation Litigation Project

go/livefromdc for more information.

RSVP in Handshake: https://middlebury.joinhandshake.com/events/379842

Lots of AMAZING Winter Term Internships with Upcoming Deadlines This WEEK!

Winter Term Fundraising Event Intern, English At Large — Woburn, MA

Winter Term 2020 Advocate Intern, WomenSafe, Inc. — Middlebury, VT

Winter Term 2020 Intern, Therapeutic Early Childhood Provider, Addison County Parent Child Center — Middlebury, VT

Winter Term 2020 Warming Shelter, Charter House Coalition — Middlebury, VT

Winter Term 2020: Shelter Assistant/Advocate for Homeless Families, John Graham Housing and Services — Vergennes, VT

Winter Term 2020 – Immigration Rights Internship, CAIR Coalition — Washington, DC

Winter Term 2020 Intern, Global Conservation Campaigns Team, The Nature Conservancy — Arlington, VA

Winter Term 2020 Rural Education Action Program Internship, Stanford Rural Education Action Program (REAP) — Palo Alto, CA

Winter Term 2020 Metrus Analyst— (Remote) San Francisco, CA

Winter Term 2020 Community Development Intern, The Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development — Cusco, Peru

Winter Term 2020 Sports Mentoring Program Coordinator, Stride Foundation — Middlebury, VT

Wetland Mapping Winter Term, State of Vermont — (Remote) Middlebury, VT

Winter Term 2020 Bilingual Patient Services Intern, Open Door Clinic — Middlebury, VT

Winter Term 2020 Internship – The Justice Collaborative (TJC) — (Remote) Washington, DC

Info Session on Weds 10/23 for Peru J-Term Opportunity Supporting Community-Led Development

Info Session:  Wednesday, October 23, 2019 
Time: 7:00-8:00pm
Location: CCI, ADK House Library

This internship will be focused on investigating the perceptions and realities of indigenous women’s contributions to community development in the Sacred Valley. Up to 8 slots available–this is a fully funded internship (travel costs excluded/ financial assistance available for eligible students).

Applications due October 27, 2019

Learn more and apply through Handshakehttps://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3199864

Design Your Midd Studio, 10/24-Kenyon Lounge @7PM

Over-committed, or figuring out how to get involved outside of your athletic schedule?

Trying to figure out how to connect to what’s meaningful to you? Join us for one or more of the Experiential Learning Centers’ Design Your Midd Studio workshops!

We are co-sponsoring and piloting a short series of workshops which we are calling “Design Your Midd” Studios based off of the NYT-bestselling book Designing Your Life: How to Build a Joyful, Well-Lived Life. The studios are geared towards helping students build self-awareness and design thinking skills to help you craft a meaningful college experience and beyond.

The first of the series is on Thursday, Oct. 24 from 7:00-8:00 PM in Kenyon Lounge. Others are posted below. For more information and to sign up for this studio on Handshake, click this RSVP button.

Hope to see you there! 

Chat with Urban Teachers on Wednesday October 23rd!

Urban Teachers will be on-campus this Wednesday. If you are interested to visit with Torin Peterson to learn more, he’ll be at CCI in Adirondack House between 12 and 4pm on Wednesday. Please RSVP here to let him know – thanks!

You can learn more about Urban Teachers here and via the blurb below (and when you’re ready to apply, you can do so here – the end of October is quickly approaching!).

Urban Teachers – A bit about them: They are a four-year teacher preparation and certification program that transforms those interested to teach into truly effective, culturally competent career teachers in urban schools in Baltimore, DC, and Dallas/Fort Worth. Their program includes: 1) A one-year co-teaching residency with stipend and benefits, 2) A two-year master’s degree in education from Johns Hopkins, 3) A guaranteed three-year teaching job with full-time salary and benefits, and 4) Three years and 85 hours of 1-on-1 coaching, as well as teaching certification by the end of year three. As a result, those who complete the Urban Teachers program are among the most expert and results-oriented educators in the nation. 

Apply today!
— Torin Peterson, Regional Recruitment Manager, Northeast urbanteachers.org

Apply Now  Before Next Deadline: November 19th

Watch Here @ Minute 12 to Hear Directly From Alumni!