In this episode of MIDDVantage, titled “Google@Middlebury: Life of a Feature,” viewers will gain exclusive insights into the product development life cycle and the collaborative efforts of various functional roles within Google.
This summer CCI allocated nearly $1 million in summer internship support, enabling hundreds of students to participate in experiential learning opportunities in Vermont and around the globe. Check out what they were working on.
Discover Career Possibilities: Meet Inspiring Alumni at the Studio Art and Architectural Studies Field Guide, Open to All Students, November 9-10!
Curious about the diverse paths that a liberal arts education can take you on? Wondering how your passion for art and architecture can be transformed into a fulfilling career? If so, you won’t want to miss the upcoming Studio Art and Architectural Studies Field Guide.
Author and Speaker Caralena Peterson BLSE '23 Coming to Campus to Speak About Her Book, The Effortless Perfection Myth
Author and Speaker Caralena Peterson to Address the “Effortless Perfection” Myth and Its Impact on College Women’s Mental Health.
CCI Presents "MIDDVantage: Exploring Careers in Conflict Transformation" Episode 3: Peacebuilding in Afghanistan
CCI Presents “MIDDVantage: Exploring Careers in Conflict Transformation” Episode 3: Peacebuilding in Afghanistan
It pays for Middlebury College students to stay in Vermont. For graduating seniors who are considering staying in Vermont, you may be eligible for $5,000 in student loan debt relief.
By following these nine tips and utilizing the resources available at CCI, you can take proactive steps to develop your career and work towards your goals.
CCI and Middlebury in DC Launch MIDDVantage: Exploring Careers in Conflict Transformation Interview Series
We are excited to announce the launch of a new MIDDVantage series, “Exploring Careers in Conflict Transformation.” Developed collaboratively by the Center for Careers and Internships and Middlebury in DC, this insightful series provides a unique window into the field of conflict transformation.
The panel discussion will feature a distinguished group of returned Peace Corps Volunteers, including faculty and staff members. The event is scheduled to take place on Monday, November 13, 2023, from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM in the RCGA Robert A. Jones Conference Room on campus