This workshop will provide information about Optional Practical Training (OPT) for graduating F-1 students. We will talk about the application process, application timeline, how to maintain status while on OPT, and commonly asked questions. If you would like to learn more about OPT, or if you intend to apply for OPT, please plan on attending one of the OPT workshops offered during the spring semester.
Join us for a fun Latin dance lesson Friday evenings at 6, or at 7 if there's a social hour. No experience necessary - just come willing to let loose, have a great time, and pick up a new skill with fellow MIIS students!
Welcome to a weekly gathering for Middlebury students who enjoy playing games, socializing, and most importantly, taking a break from all of the studying. We provide an assortment of board games, such as Pandemic, LIFE, Terra Mystica, Betrayal in the House on the Haunted Hill, and many many more. We also have sign ups for D&D meetings if you are interested. We also love to encourage people to bring their own games to play. If you have games that are not played in the U.S. Don't be shy. Bring them along!
Yoga Flow Class with Andrea Olsen Energy Flow Series: Clear stress, refresh energy, and re-focus your intention each week through this Embodyoga and qi gong flow class. Suitable for all; no experience required; some mats available, please try and bring your own.
Meklit Hadero and her band will kick-off the African Nations Week with a dynamic performance, followed by discussion. Meklit is an Ethio-Jazz Singer, Songwriter, Cultural Instigator and TED senior fellow, involved in many global projects linking the arts and social change. The evening is introduced by Jeff Dayton-Johnson, with post-performance conversation hosted by Tangut Degfay as part of the Fund for Innovation project 10X10 at MIIS: Intercultural Arts and Leadership.