As Fall registration approaches, this workshop is timed perfectly to allow you to create a vision for how you want to spend Fall 2021. Gathering your thoughts, ideas and aspirations to create a vision for the upcoming semester. Think about what courses you want to take, activities you want to be involved in, or research you might do. What fun things do you want to do? What goals do you have for the semester? Prompts like these will help you design a vision board for the upcoming semester.
This program is designed for First Years and Sophomore Febs, but all students are welcome. This program is co-sponsored by Blueprint and the Center for Careers and Internships.
Middlebury College Fall 2021 Registration will take place between May 4-13, 2021, and the Health Professions and STEM advising team will be holding additional office hours in the weeks leading up to registration. In addition to registration-related questions, we are also happy to chat about summer internships, current classes, professional school applications, jobs, or anything else that’s on your mind. And if you just want to pop in to introduce yourself and say hello, that’s great, too! You are also always free to email Mary and Hannah with questions (or to set up an advising appointment).
How does one afford medical school? Do medical schools offer loans, financial aid and merit scholarships? What do medical schools look for in an applicant? What makes for a compelling personal statement? How do medical schools build a class? How do I know if a medical school is right for me?
Please join Thomas Regan, MD, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Aileen Panitz, Director of Admissions, Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine and Dino Koff, Director of Financial Aid at Dartmouth for a robust conversation on the medical school admissions process, with special attention to affording a medical education.
How do you prepare for your internship and get the most from your summer experience? Come listen to a facilitated conversation as Middlebury students offer their best tips and advice for crushing your internship. There will be time for your questions as well.
Be the unforgettable intern. Make an impact. Make the most of your experience.
Making the Most of your Internship: Middlebury Students Share Lessons Learned! Monday, April 26, 5:00-6:00 pm RSVP here!
Brought to you by Blueprint and the Center for Careers and Internships.
This session is designed for juniors and seniors as they prepare for what’s next. Over 90-minutes, Kevin Ostergaard, CFP® ChFC®, will provide a high-level view into basic budgeting principles, cash flow management, retirement planning, taxes, debt management, personal investing, and more.
Webinar Presenter Kevin Ostergaard, CFP®, ChFC® Kevin is an Associate Financial Planner at Wolf Group Capital Advisors specializing in holistic financial planning. He is dedicated to supporting and guiding his clients to achieve financial freedom through the development of a comprehensive financial plan and tailored investment management strategy. Kevin is a Certified Financial Planner® and a Chartered Financial Consultant®. He graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in economics and also holds an Executive Certificate in Financial Planning from Georgetown University.
Are you taking the MCAT this year? Do you benefit from peer support? If so, fill out this google form and you will be added to a group chat where you can get tips, ask questions, and find times to meet and study with other Middlebury Students (sponsored by Pre-Health Society).