The State of Vermont, in collaboration with the University of Vermont and the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC), is offering a $5000 loan repayment program to incentivize and retain new graduates from Vermont colleges and universities. Any graduate during the spring 2023 academic year with a Bachelor of Science and/or Bachelor of Arts can apply. Recipients will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis based on regional, employer, and institutional distribution criteria, as long as funding is available. Applicants must submit proof of employment when applying. Employment will be verified with the Vermont-based employer at two points: after one year of employment and after the second year of employment.
As the operator of the New York City subway and bus systems, as well as the LIRR and Metro-North commuter railroads, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is a primary catalyst for sustainability in the largest metropolitan area in North America. This position is part of an internal management consulting group focused on operational efficiency.
If you are interested in pursuing a career in government, transportation, or urban affairs, this could be for you. The alum who sent this position over got a master’s degree in City Planning and is excited to see applicants. Here’s a little more about it:
The Associate, Strategic Initiatives, Operational Effectiveness will support projects across the MTA family that align with the agency’s strategic priorities—specifically, to improve efficiency, service quality and overall performance.
These projects will contribute substantially to the MTA’s targets for recurring cost savings, which is a cornerstone of the MTA’s Financial Plan. The position conducts data collection and analysis, field observation, research, and modeling. These initiatives will facilitate optimized decision-making and resource allocation, as well as increase organizational efficiency and effectiveness through modernized business practices.
Founded by Seav Banus ’11, Stepwise is an online educational platform that offers actionable, step-by-step advice on how to save, invest and build wealth.
An exciting remote Growth Marketing Internship is available for summer 2023. There will also be an option to continue paid work, part time, during the 2023/2024 academic year. This is a paid position supported in part by the Center for Careers and Internships.
As a Growth Marketing Intern, you will help market the Stepwise platform, resources, and courses to enhance visibility and connect with potential customers. You will be responsible for designing a growth strategy to drive awareness of the brand, promote content, and drive inbound interest.
Do you know where an MBA can take you? Open your mind to the breadth of career opportunities available in business and feel the flexibility of the MBA degree. It’s not about one position or one industry. It’s about the evolution of your career path and how the Harvard Business School MBA prepares you for whatever role you choose – both in the immediate future and the years ahead. HBS offers three programs for college students that could be of interest to you, including two preview experiences (Peek Weekend and the Summer Venture in Management Program) and the 2+2 deferred admissions process for college seniors who are ready to apply to an MBA program. Please join Jonathan Shepherd, Middlebury 1995, to learn more.
Don’t miss a chance to make an impact in Vermont this summer AND also experience farmers’ markets, hikes, swimming holes, outdoor cafes, music festivals, sunsets on the lake, and warm, sunny weather!
40 MiddWorks for Vermont and Vermont Innovation Summer internships in Handshake.
$4,000 summer internship funding award.
Every sector: start-ups, business, education, health care, social justice, arts and culture, and the environment.
Middlebury and Burlington housing available.
Sound too good to be true? It’s not! Join CCI and the Innovation Hub on Wednesday, March 1st at 7:00 pm in Coltrane Lounge for an Info Session with KEVIN CHU ’14, Executive Director of the Vermont Futures Project. Kevin will be joined by summer 2022 Vermont interns who will be sharing their experiences from last summer.
Get in the mood for Vermont summer with coupons for FREE Shiretown creemees for info session attendees!
Do you know you don’t need a finance degree to launch a career at the country’s most important economic institution? Join us for a virtual fireside chat with Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President and CEO Mary Daly. Get real insights about what it means to bring your full #unreserved self to work in an industry known for being “buttoned-up”, what it takes to go from intern to CEO, plus honest advice on how to navigate your career in an uncertain economy.
This event is hosted by Handshake, a network of university and employer partners for students, and moderated by TikTok digital culture content creator, Jules Terpak. Their conversation will cover Mary’s experiences early in her career, key career information, industry tips, and more.
Where:Virtual (all registrants will be sent a recording of this event)
Mary C. Daly is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and helps set American monetary policy as a Federal Open Market Committee participant. Since taking office in 2018, she has committed to making the SF Fed a more community-engaged bank that is transparent and responsive to the people it serves. Read Mary C. Daly’s full bio.