Join us for this information session on the CCI sponsored Vermont Business Strategy and Consulting Internship Program (VBSCP). For students interested in managing a business, non-profit, or other organization, or in management consulting as a career, the VBSCP provides an in-depth hands-on experience working on a key strategic management issue for an actual enterprise (see posting in Handshake for the two clients and possible projects).
Hear more about the program from Management Professor of the Practice and VBSCP Director Ami Biswas, and talk with some of the students who participated in previous summers.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Patrick Devereux ’15, Program Director at Integrate Chinese Life (ICL)!
The ILC Summer Cohort Internship Program is a unique opportunity to take on a project-based internship with American and international companies in China; work and recreate virtually with other Middlebury students in a cohort, and work with innovative companies to develop new skills and build valuable connections and experience for your future job search.
ICL will organize a 5-week virtual internship and cultural immersion program for Middlebury students in connection with Shanghai and Sino-American companies and institutions. This program aims to develop modern digital skills and remote team working abilities while offering a resilient solution to discover China despite travel restrictions.
Join us to hear more about this great internship opportunity for Middlebury students.
HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects), a poverty-relief non-profit in Middlebury, is looking for a Middlebury College student to intern with their Local Food Access Program for summer 2021. This program seeks to increase the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables to low income families and individuals through on-farm food rescue, also know a gleaning. We seek an intern to work directly with our Food Programs Coordinator and support staff in the gleaning and distribution of local produce. Our position is entirely in-person and involves a majority of outdoor farm-related work, as well as some office work. Through this work interns will be exposed to a wide variety of community stakeholders in the charitable food system and gain knowledgeable first-hand experience in agricultural surplus management.
This position is from July-August and is unpaid. Applicants would need to ensure their own room and board. We encourage all potential applicants to apply for funding through the CCI. Interested students can apply HERE via Handshake and applications will be accepted up to March 22nd. If interested students have any questions they can contact the Center for Careers and Internships at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well spring isn’t exactly in the air, but it’s time to start thinking about summer!
It’s as easy as 1-2-3…
Step 1- Focus: What kind of internship is right for you? Talk to your professors, EIA counselors, parents, upperclassmen – ask for their advice based on your major, career and interests.
Step 2 – Find:There is no one right way to find an internship. Networking, online resources – use them all. Head to the EIA website for more tips on finding your summer internship.
Step 2 – Fund: You’ve landed the internship of your dreams, but it’s unpaid. You still need to eat, right? Well lucky for you, there is funding available to support the expenses of your summer internship. The application for summer internship funding is now open – check it out!
Stay tuned for more info about the Internship Open House and other events coming up!
For more information on everything internships, check out go/internships.