Pursue Your Goals
You’ve explored, you’ve connected, and now you've identified goals. Are you seeking a winter-term internship? A way to connect to the community? Or a job that will begin your career after graduation? Whether your goal is small or large, EIA offers the tools and resources that help you make it a reality.
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Ways to Pursue Your Goals:
- Look for internships, community service or global service projects that can deepen your skills or experience.
- Update your MOJO profile so that you receive alert notices about internships for Middlebury students, and job listings for seniors.
- Attend career panels, Career Conversations and talks by Midd alumni - and meet with the presenters to get more information about your career field. Check the EIA Calendar.
- Use MiddNet to begin/continue your networking and make important connections and talk with Midd alumni who have volunteered to offer you career advice
- Interested in continuing your education after Middlebury? Build a list of graduate schools and programs in your field of interest
- Take your community engagement to the next level. Participate in a civic engagement workshop or reflection activity.
More Actions You Can Take:
- Reflect and focus on your skills, interests and experience, and begin to develop your plan for life after Middlebury. An EIA adviser can help you give shape to your ideas.
- Found the perfect internship, or have the perfect idea for a global service project? Apply for funding to pursue unpaid summer experiences, whether in the local or international community; in the for-profit or non-profit sector.
- Meet with a career adviser to polish your resume or write a cover letter. Stop in during Drop-in hours or schedule an appointment.
- Strengthen your networking skills: check out the 5-Minute Career Clips online; meet with a career adviser to learn how to optimize MiddNet and make connections.
- Beginning your job search? Kick it into gear by attending on-campus Employer Information sessions, and participate in on-campus recruiting and off-campus interview days.
- Prepare for your job interview or graduate school interview. Schedule a practice interview with a career adviser.
- If graduate school is in your plans, prepare for the LSAT, GRE, or MCAT. Explore post-graduate scholarships. Meet with an EIA adviser for help with this process.