If you are contemplating an internship this year, here are two opportunities to learn about how to find and fund an internship that fits your interests and how to earn credit for Winter Term internships.
Winter Term Internship Information Session Wednesday, October 7, 4:00-5:00 pm This live Webinar will address how to find a Winter Term internship and the timeline and action steps needed to earn internship credit. Current College policy on Winter Term 2021 internships will be covered (remote vs. in-person internships, travel, etc), as well as opportunities for funding. This information session will be recorded for those not able to attend. Register in Handshaketo access the Zoom link.
Student Stories from Summer Internships: A Center for Careers and Internships Panel Discussion Friday, October 9, 2:00-3:00 pm At Middlebury, students don’t just learn how to engage the world—they go out and do it. Even in the midst of a pandemic, our resilient and innovative students participated in meaningful internships (many of them remote) this summer. They gained valuable experience, contributed to research on Covid-19, cancer and climate change, taught children, brought the arts online, and used language, writing, research, and analytical skills acquired at Middlebury to benefit major NGOs, corporations, non-profits, and campaigns.
Join a live Zoom panel discussion hosted by the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) to hear directly from Middlebury students about how transformative internship experiences can be and what advice they offer to help students find and secure the right internship for their interests. CCI staff will briefly describe our internship programs and be available to answer your questions. Register in Handshake to access the Zoom link.
In 2020, there will be more than 507,000 unfilled U.S. cybersecurity jobs. At the Partnership for Public Service, we’re trying to reduce that gap.
Today, we announced the inaugural class of the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative – a first-of-its-kind public-private partnership aimed at recruiting and training a world-class cybersecurity workforce.
The first class of future cybersecurity leaders brings a diverse set of academic and professional experience to the federal government. These recent college graduates will each serve a two-year placement at one of six federal agencies before being invited to apply for positions with one of the initiative’s corporate partners, including Mastercard, Microsoft and Workday. Once hired, each will receive up to $75,000 in student loan assistance.
If you are a student who is graduating with an undergraduate or advanced degree in cybersecurity or a cybersecurity-related field such as computer science, information technology or engineering between September 2020 and June 2021, please consider learning more about the Cybersecurity Talent Initiativeand how you can apply for this cross-sector opportunity to develop into a future cybersecurity leader.
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation was established by Congress in 1986 to serve as a living memorial to honor the lifetime work of Senator Barry Goldwater. By providing scholarships to college sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue research careers in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering, the Goldwater Foundation is helping ensure that the U.S. is producing the number of highly-qualified professionals the Nation needs in these critical fields. Over its 30-year history, Goldwater Scholarships have been awarded to thousands of undergraduates, many of whom have gone on to win other prestigious awards like the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Fellowship, Rhodes Scholarship, Churchill Scholarship and the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship that support our Scholars’ graduate school work. Today, Goldwater alumni can be found conducting research that is helping defend the Nation, finding cures for catastrophic diseases and teaching future generations of scientists, mathematicians and engineers. Come learn more about the Goldwater application process on Tues, Oct 6 at 4-5pm ET. Session will provide a quick overview of fellowships and nomination process. Session will be recorded. Register to participate.
In 2018, the City of New York launched an innovative summer internship program for students interested in pursuing careers in the life sciences industry, providing an opportunity to work in a range of companies from early-stage startups to large pharmaceutical and biotech firms. Now entering its fourth year, the LifeSci NYC Internship Program invites talented and dedicated college and graduate students to apply for science track or management track internships for summer 2021.
Students enrolled in a New York City-based college or university or New York City residents enrolled in any college or university are eligible to apply. DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DO NOT MEET AT LEAST ONE OF THESE CRITERIA. Recent graduates (spring 2020 or later) are also eligible. We are looking for talented and dedicated students interested in pursuing business or science careers in the life sciences sector. Host companies and organizations range from early-stage startups to large pharmaceutical and biotech firms to businesses that serve the industry in specific capacities, including marketing, public relations, or capital investment. More than 80 companies have served as hosts since the program’s inception.
Accenture Federal Services Consulting: Special Session with CEO and alum John Goodman
Tuesday, September 29 from 5-6 pm.
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AFS hired 8 Midd grads last year. They are a premium employer especially interested in Midd students looking for jobs and internships. This is a big deal! Attend to get the inside scoop from this special alum and senior leader in the field of consulting and IT.
At the forefront of innovation, AFS is focused on trends in information technology, including cloud, mobility, and social computing. AFS is about combining human-centric design with commercial practices and new technologies and they focus on delivering real outcomes –from rescuing healthcare.gov, to transforming one of the largest supply chains in the world for the Department of State, to redefining the student loan business and experience. They’re on the leading edge of fundamentally redefining the next generation of government.
Join us to meet John Goodman and learn more from other alums and also hear about the hiring and interview process from recruiters.
Middlebury’s Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship and ChangeMaker Program are designed to help students carry out Middlebury College’s mission: “Through a commitment to immersive learning, we prepare students to lead engaged, consequential, and creative lives, contribute to their communities, and address the world’s most challenging problems.”
This fall, the staff of Middlebury’s Social Entrepreneurship Program will select eight students from the class of 2023 or 2023.5 to receive up to $7,000 in funding as well as project and research support. The Fellowship and Changemaker Program will help these students to build relevant personal qualities and to enhance their academic experience at Middlebury.
The application can be found here and is due on MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2020 by 11:59 PM (Eastern Time). Questions can be directed to Charlotte Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Global Health program consists of an interdisciplinary academic minor, events, and experiential learning opportunities. Global Health faculty members are Professors of the Practice who bring their real-world experience into the classroom and into the Innovation Hub for mentoring and advising.
Global Health minor info session—minor, internships, study abroad. Wed. 9/30, 8:00 p.m. Please email Pam Berenbaum for zoom link.