Translation and Localization Management graduate Cheng-Hao “Jimmy” Yang shares how coursework and an internship helped him launch a career as a freelance translator and localization project manager.
The Middlebury Institute attracts amazing faculty and students, and affords amazing opportunities. This spring and summer, MIIS students became published authors, filled a missing gap in historic scientific knowledge, and sailed the open seas.
International Policy and Development graduate Grant Tuioti shares how class projects and alumni connections helped him launch a career in policy-focused data analysis.
International Policy and Development student Banicia Chatkara shares how an internship based on her practicum course helped her launch a career in international student advising.
Translation and Interpretation graduate Rachel Echeto shares how taking a chance on an internship unrelated to her degree helped her expand her expertise and launch a career as a freelance translator and interpreter.
International Education Management graduate Juliana Struve shares how networking and being proactive helped her launch a career in higher education.
International education management graduate Angelique Stevens shares how her coursework and networking efforts helped her launch a career in international student services.
Conference Interpretation graduate Maiko McKelvey shares how soliciting feedback and networking helped her launch a career as an interpreter and translator.
How I Got Hired: Climate Ambition and Transparency Coordinator, United Nations Environment Programme
Environmental Policy graduate William “Billy” Holness shares how an internship opportunity and networking helped him launch a career with the United Nations Environment Programme.Video
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Isabelle Tuncer of Middlebury Institute’s Class of 2000 discussed her role as Executive Director of El Sistema Santa Cruz, a nonprofit focused on music education, with Lookout Santa Cruz.