A distinguished group of alumni share their thoughts on finding your path, getting a job, and what you’ll discover when you get there. Panelists are Dennis Parker Esq ’77, P ’13, director of the ACLU national office’s Racial Justice Program; Laura Wright McCray M.D. ’97, assistant professor of family medicine, UVM College of Medicine; Isaac Ro ’00, vice president, Goldman Sachs; and Victoria Baptiste ’04, Ph. D. candidate, clinical psychology, UVM.
Learn about opportunities for students to participate in Middlebury-funded internships in fields such as health care, international development, education, government, and socially responsible business.
Parents who work in the financial sector discuss the challenges and opportunities in the field this year and offer advice to students on how to prepare for a career in finance and how to go about getting a job in it.
Caroline Ceniza-Levine LS '91 (German) presented this year's Career Services Reunion Event: "Resilience in Work and Life: Succeeding in Challenging Times".
Midd alumni from several areas within the federal government discuss their work and share tips on how to land a job in public service.
Keynote Speaker: Max Stier, CEO & President, the Partnership for Public Service