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Developing Arts Administrators and Technicians of the Future – Deadline date: Monday, February 6

Jacob’s Pillow Interns receive on-the-job training to develop professional skills and gain practical experience while working in a team-oriented environment. Internships specialize in performing arts administration, technical production, education, community programming, and more.

2023 Summer Festival Internships will run May 30 through September 1.

-A stipend of $2,100.
-On-campus housing.
-3 meals per day.
-Access to performances, talks, and dance classes.
-Staff-led career talks and seminars. 

Additional Special Opportunities: Candidates may be eligible for an additional stipend and other support through The Barbara and Amos Hostetter Internship Program. Read the full details of this sponsored program here.


Archives / Audience Engagement | Artist Services | Audience Development
Community Engagement | House Management | Marketing / Digital Media
Patron Services | Philanthropy | Production | Public Relations
School Programs | Video Documentation

Deadline date: Monday, February 6

Click here to learn more and to apply!

Civil Society Innovation Project Internship

Rights CoLab advances human rights by fostering collaboration among experts across the fields of civil society, technology, business, and finance. Together we build new ways of organizing civic engagement and leveraging markets to improve the impact, resilience, and sustainability of human rights initiatives.

Rights CoLab is looking for two interns to assist in work on Mapping Civil Society Innovation to Advance Human Rights project. The interns will be advised and supervised by program officer Eleonora Davidyan, a Russian human rights lawyer who is supporting Civil Society programs at Rights CoLab, as well as by co-founder of Rights CoLab Edwin Rekosh, who has taught Human Rights Law and Development for 20 years at Columbia Law School.

Responsibilities include:

Desk research, analysis, and writing:

  • Identify potential content providers;
  • Identify initiatives for case studies;
  • Draft selected case studies according to an existing template.

Contribution to other program initiatives is encouraged.

Work remotely.

Qualifications: Interns should be familiar with Human Rights concepts and the work of NGOs. Graduate students preferred.

Time commitment: The internship requires a part-time commitment of 120 hours. The internship starts ASAP and lasts 12 weeks or longer.

Compensation: Those eligible to work in the US will be compensated at $15 per hour. Other applicants will be considered if they are eligible for academic credit.

Application process: Please submit your Resume/CV and a cover letter explaining your interest in this internship to info@rightscolab.org with the subject heading “Internship, Civil Society Innovation.”

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and will be accepted until the position is filled.

Intern This Summer @VNRC to Protect and Enhance Vermont’s Natural Environments, Vibrant Communities, Productive Working Landscapes and Rural Character

There’s an exciting opportunity at Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC) this summer for a 2022 Mollie Beattie Intern. Named in honor of the late Mollie Beattie, who served as Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from 1991 to 1996 following years of environmental service in Vermont, this opportunity is open to a graduate level student—or a recent graduate with a natural resources or law degree—who intends to pursue a career in environmental science or natural resources policy or law. They also said they would accept applications from an undergraduate.

The intern will help coordinate initiatives related to water quality, land use planning, sustainable community development, and forest and wildlife conservation. The scope of work will be matched with the intern’s experience and interests. 

The internship will run for 8-10 weeks between June and August 2022. While we anticipate that the work of the Mollie Beattie Internship will be performed largely remotely, we leave open the possibility for in-person work if the selected candidate and conditions allow. Please indicate your availability for such work in your letter of interest. 
Compensation: Paid up to $5,020 for approximately 8-10 weeks of work.

Interested in Contributing to Social Change This Summer?

Learn more about Middlebury Social Impact Corps, a cohort-based program including MIIS Scholars and Middlebury College interns who will be working with this year’s host site,  Impact Monterey County on site in Monterey, CA.

Info Session: Wednesday, March 2, 2022 @ 1:30pmPST/4:30pmEST  Register here!

Applications are due by 11:55pm on Sunday, March 6, 2022

Learn more on Handshake or by visiting go/socialimpactcorps

MSIC Intern Application (for undergraduate students)
MSIC Scholar Application (for MIIS graduate students)

Please contact  Dr. Netta Avineri, MSIC Faculty Director (navineri@middlebury.edu) with questions or for more information.

What is the Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)?

The Workforce Recruiting Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP) is a recruitment and referral program that connects Federal Government and select private-sector employers nationwide with highly motivated college students, graduate students, and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to demonstrate their abilities in the workplace through paid summer or permanent jobs.

Participating in the WRP is an excellent way to:

  • find an internship or permanent position
  • explore careers in the federal service
  • gain interviewing experience

To apply for WRP, you must:

  • have a disability AND
  • be a U.S. citizen AND
  • be enrolled to seek a degree at a U.S. Department of Education accredited institution of higher education on a substantially full-time basis (unless your disability precludes you from taking a substantially full-time load or it is your last term before graduating) OR
  • have graduated from such a school within the past two years (April 1, 2019 or later).

To speak to a CCI Advisor about this program, contact Tim Mosehauer or schedule an appointment on Handshake.

Attend the information session on Thursday, September 29th at 4:30 PM. Register in Handshake.

A Workforce Recruitment Program Recruiter will be interviewing Middlebury students this fall!

Are you a student or recent graduate with a disability seeking an internship or job?

The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is for students and recent graduates with disabilities and serves as a primary pipeline for bringing new talent into the Federal Government. Applying is an excellent way to:

  • find an internship or permanent position at federal agencies
  • explore careers in the federal service
  • gain interviewing experience

For more information, contact Tim Mosehauer at Kitchel House, 152 College Street. tmosehau@middlebury.edu or 802.443.5105.

Join the Workforce Recruitment Program Info Session on Thursday, 9/29 at 4:30 PM

If you are a U.S. citizen with a disability and are interested in working in the government for a summer internship or permanent position, consider registering with the Workforce Recruitment Program. A recruiter with the program will be conducting informational interviews this fall with all students who register. This is a great way to find an internship or job at federal agencies, explore careers in the federal service, and gain interviewing experience.

Join us to learn more about this program, how to register, and what documents you need to complete your application. 1:30 (PT)/4:30 (ET).