Middlebury College has partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide sponsored memberships to all students, faculty and staff, and we want to ensure that you are taking advantage of the benefits and valuable career resources available to you.
The WSJ Student Hub Along with unlimited access to WSJ.com, the Student Hub, featured at students.wsj.com, is a place for students to find curated content on professional development, job prep, work/life balance and personal finance—all vital topics in this uncertain time.
The WSJ Jobs Summit Join the WSJ on September 1 for the inaugural WSJ Jobs Summit, a new event where WSJ will provide those looking for insight on the current job market with actionable, credible guidance during these uncertain times. The event is designed specifically with students and college faculty in mind, and will cover topics ranging from how to nail the virtual interview to advice from companies in hiring mode. Register for the event here.
An alum reached out to me to share: “I’m writing because my organization is offering virtual internships for the fall. While they are unpaid, I can guarantee that they will be a hands-on learning experience where people can boast about concrete products they’ve produced by the end.
I work on the communications team, and we are looking for a student interested in refugee issues, creative, sharp writer, and has graphic design or video editing skills. I’d be happy to speak with any students who are interested.”
Let me know if you’d like a referral to the Midd grad.
If you are a rising college senior, come learn how you can jumpstart your career with the Peace Corps. Serving in the Peace Corps is a great way to immerse yourself in a new culture, learn a new language, and have the experience of a lifetime.
Thursday, August 27 from 3-4 pm EST
This information session is specifically targeted toward students graduating in 2021 and will touch on the amazing work Peace Corps Volunteers accomplish abroad. It will also focus on opportunities Volunteers can take advantage of once they return from service.
The application window is currently open for positions projected to depart for service in summer 2021.
Undergraduate Research invites students to submit their undergraduate work and creative endeavors. PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: September 1, 2020 Main Website: http://undergraduateresearch.org Debuting in Winter 2020, Undergraduate Research will publish research and creative endeavors from undergraduate students enrolled in institutions of higher education from across the United States. This journal highlights the best of mentored undergraduate scholarly […]