Washington DC Government and Policy Student Trek: March 23-24
Looking for a fun and inspiring way to spend part of your spring break? CCI and Middlebury Professional Networks are partnering to provide a “Government & Policy Student Trek” to Washington, DC on Monday, March 23 and Tuesday, March 24.
The objective is to introduce you to alumni working in all areas of government and policy and expose you to real-world professional experiences that will enable you to apply your liberal arts learning while informing your career exploration and other post-graduate planning.
Who should apply?
If you are interested in learning about or working in government or policy, this trek is for you! This trip is open to all majors, all students, but preference will be given to non-seniors as the emphasis is on exploration.
Who will we meet?
In the past we have engaged alumni who work in exciting roles on Capitol Hill, the State and Treasury departments, think thanks like Brookings or the Aspen Institute, and non-profits like the National Democratic Institute.
Click HERE to apply in Handshake, deadline is Wednesday Feb 19!
I’ve sorted through Handshake and including a link HERE to all the PAID internships, jobs and fellowships in SOCIAL IMPACT. THERE ARE LOTS OF PAID POSITIONS STILL OPEN ON HANDSHAKE! Below are just a few with deadlines this week:
Don’t fret if you missed the deadline for internship funding for unpaid internships this weekend. I’ve sorted through Handshake and am including a link HERE to over 70 PAID internships, jobs and fellowships, ranging from working part-time at The Climate Museum on Governors Island in NYC to The National Endowment for Democracy to the Society for International Development. THERE ARE LOTS OF PAID POSITIONS STILL OPEN ON HANDSHAKE!
Washington DC Government and Policy Student Trek: March 25-26
We extended the deadline so you can still apply! Gain a better understanding of politics and government. Explore alumni career paths at a variety of organizations in D.C. Program will include site visits and multiple opportunities for networking.
Who should apply?
If you are interested in learning about or working in government or policy, this trek is for you! All majors and class levels are welcome.
Who will we meet?
In the past we have engaged alumni who work in exciting roles on Capitol Hill, the State and Treasury departments, think thanks like Brookings or the Aspen Institute, and non-profits like the National Democratic Institute and 350.org.
Click HERE to apply in Handshake, deadline is Sunday Feb 24!
Interested in China policies and economic development? Come join us…
Monday, March 12th 2018
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm in Adirondack House Library
…for an informal discussion with Middlebury alumnae Elizabeth Knup ’82, Country Director for China at the Ford Foundation and Arthur Kroeber, editor for China Economic Quarterly. They are here to talk about how they got to where they are now and to answer any questions about the work they do in China.
Elizabeth Knup Elizabeth is the Country Director, China for the Ford Foundation overseeing grant-making and operations. Elizabeth first moved to China in 1998 to be the American Co-Director of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center after ten years at the National Committee on US-China Relations. She then spent 11 years in the private sector as president of Pearson Education; Chief Representative, Pearson Group; and Managing Director, Kamsky Associates. She studied Chinese at Middlebury from 1979-82, including the grueling summer of 1980 and six months in Taiwan in 1981. She received her MA in Chinese Studies from the University of Michigan. Elizabeth sits on several not-for-profit boards, including the Institute for Sustainable Communities (based in Montpelier) and the National Committee on US-China Relations.
Arthur R. Kroeber Head of research, Gavekal Editor, China Economic Quarterly. Arthur R. Kroeber is head of research at Gavekal, a financial-services firm based in Hong Kong, founder of the China-focused Gavekal Dragonomics research service, and editor of China Economic Quarterly. He divides his time between Beijing and New York. Before founding Dragonomics in 2002, he spent fifteen years as a financial and economic journalist in China and South Asia. He is a senior non-resident fellow of the Brookings-Tsinghua Center, an adjunct professor at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, and a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations. His book China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know is published by Oxford University Press in April 2016.
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