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Hot Education Internships & Jobs in Handshake

Here are some opportunities for internships and jobs in teaching and education in Handshake this week:

And a few more…

And some EVENTS to Register for in Handshake:

Hot Education Internships and Jobs on Handshake

Here is a recent curated list of K-12 Teaching and Other Education opportunities on Handshake this week. The list is curated by Application Deadline.

Other Education Events (Register in Handshake):

Hot Handshake Education Internships & Jobs

Check out this curated list of education opportunities, including K-12, higher ed, fellowships, other non-profits, policy, international and ed technology on Handshake – Click HERE.

  • Ed-Tech Start-Up Intern at Polygence – Polygence is an EdTech startup founded by academics and educators Jin Yun Chow (Princeton ‘17; Stanford ‘23) and Janos Perczel (Cambridge ‘12; MIT ‘18). Middlebury alumnae, Staci Hill ’15 works there and would love to see more Middkids! They are an online research mentorship academy for students in middle and high school. They match their students with academic and industry experts to complete bite-sized research projects. Deadline is this Friday!
  • Secondary Capital Teaching Resident (5th-12th grade) at KIPP NYC – The Capital Teaching Residency is a nationally recognized, highly selective teacher training program that provides a pathway for new teachers to develop into outstanding educators. The Capital Teaching Residency is a three year program. Residents spend their first year of this commitment – their residency year – training in a KIPP DC classroom with a lead teacher and completing relevant coursework.


April 28, 2021, 7:00-8:00 PM – Education Studies Information Session: Are you curious about the Education Studies majors and minor? Faculty and current students will answer all of your questions at this zoom meeting. Email Trish Dougherty, trish@middlebury.edu for an invitation.

Hot EDUCATION Handshake Internships & Jobs

Click HERE for a curated listing of K-12 and other education organizations offering jobs and internships. Don’t forget to also search Handshake using keyword searches such as Summer, Spring, or Remote.

Upcoming events you can join on Handshake:

Info Session: Introduction to Peace Corps, Wednesday, November 4, 2020 – Peace Corps is a great way to immerse yourself in a new culture, learn a new language, and have the experience of a lifetime while teaching in a new country.

Capital Teaching Residency Webinar, Thursday, November 5, 2020 – KIPP DC’s Capital Teaching Residency, a teacher preparation and certification program! We are accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year.

Don’t Forget the EVENTS on Handshake!

Handshake has a ton of information sessions and workshops focusing on current internship and job opportunities and skill-building events on Handshake. In addition, you should plan to attend some of these events as a way to learning and get first-hand knowledge about an industry sector you’re curious about, and to up your game in knowing what a specific sector is looking for in an ideal candidate. The events section can be searched by Middlebury-only posted events OR by lots more employers if you 1) Open the ‘All Filters’ and [uncheck] ‘Only Posted By My School’. This will open up many more sessions. Here are a few coming up in the next few weeks (and don’t forget to sign up directly with some employers to get access to their Zoom links):

WIHS: Zoom with Ophthalmologist-in-Chief Dr. Julie Haller

Hi everyone,

We are excited to announce our final speaker for the semester, Dr. Julie Haller! She’ll address her experience and background as a doctor as well as the impact of COVID-19 on her practice.

Dr. Haller has an impressive biography:

She is Ophthalmologist-in-Chief of Wills Eye Hospital (PA), where she holds the William Tasman, M.D. Endowed Chair. She serves as Professor and Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology at Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, and Co-Director of the Wills Vision Research Center at Jefferson.

She received her A.B. from Princeton and attended Harvard Medical School, followed by an internship at Johns Hopkins and a fellowship in ocular pathology at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. She completed residency at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital, followed by a retina fellowship at Hopkins. She was appointed the first female Chief Resident at Wilmer in 1986.

She is also President of the Women in Medicine Legacy Foundation and the mother of five children! This fall, she was elected to the National Academy of Medicine, considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine, which recognizes individuals who have “demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.” Dr. Haller was elected for “innovating translational advances against blindness on many fronts, including sustained drug delivery devices, ocular pharmacotherapy, retinal ‘chip’ implants, gene therapy, telemedicine, and combatting health care disparities,” according to the Academy.

To read more about her, check out her wikipedia page or the page from Wills Eye Hospital.

Event Details:

Tuesday, 4/28

8:00-8:45 PM EST

Zoom Info: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, or Android: https://middlebury.zoom.us/j/91658263126

Any Middlebury College student is welcome to attend. Open to students of all genders, identities, and backgrounds.

As always, email us with questions!

Talia and Erica

Register for Middlebury’s first hackathon–no experience needed!


April 25-26, 2020

Axinn Center at Starr Library

A hackathon is a design sprint-like event in which participants form teams and work together around a specific idea or problem; they start from scratch to come up with new solutions. The goal of a hackathon is to create functioning software or hardware by the end of the event. We are not using a computer to gain unauthorized access to data in a system (in the popularized sense of the word); instead, we are building a prototype for an idea and problem statement in an innovative way in a given time.

Participants will work in teams of 3-5 to design and innovate amazing technical projects in just 24 hours. The hackathon will have the help of excellent mentors from our distinguished sponsors and Middlebury College professors. There will be exciting workshops and tech talks to attend. You may register just to attend our workshops and other fun tech-related sessions. We’ll have free food, prizes, games, and more. Don’t have a team, or even an idea? Don’t worry! We’ll give you the tools to build something incredible.

If this would be your first hackathon, that’s perfect! It’s ours, too. MiddHacks hopes to attract participants at varying levels of technical expertise and with a wide range of interests. We welcome all–from the first-year student who has never taken a coding class before college but is interested in technology to the senior majoring in Computer Science who has all the technical building blocks.