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Health internships in Chile, Winter Term 2016

We are pleased to announce a great opportunity for Spanish-speaking students to immerse in the health field in Chile during Winter Term 2016.  Students will work in different internships in Chile, a country with a very interesting history of health reforms and health care financing.  Eight students will each work in a different internship, but will come together as a group for facilitated discussions, field trips, and guest speakers.  The internship will give academic credit.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis starting in August 2015.  Contact Pam Berenbaum for application materials at pberenbaum@middlebury.edu.

GRACIAS a nuestros amigos at the Middlebury School Abroad in Chile for lending their expertise and logistical support.


Photo by Patrick Koe / Wikimedia Commons.

Breaking News: Midd Seniors Have Voted to…

support the MiddACTION Fund with the Senior Class Gift!

(Well, yes, they also voted in the presidential election.)

This Class of 2013 and 2013.5 MiddACTION Fund will support internship and research funding for Middlebury students.  EIA is very excited that the class of 2013 and 2013.5 has chosen to support experiential learning with this gift, and that seniors have voiced their support for the importance of experiential learning in the context of their liberal arts education.

To learn more about experiential learning at EIA, and the myriad possibilities available for civic engagement, research and internships, check out go/eia.

To find an internship of your own, whether it’s for Winter Term or next summer, visit MOJO today!