“It is exactly because of the Career Fair that I was able to have such an amazing opportunity.” Wendy Wei MACI ’22 describes how Middlebury Institute resources helped her launch her career in localization.
An unprecedented hybrid Commencement ceremony connected graduates, family, and friends around the globe with a gathering honoring 65 graduating students in the Middlebury Institute’s Irvine Auditorium.
Two Middlebury Institute students and one alumna implemented development projects through Projects for Peace, which grants $10,000 awards to students to execute projects that tackle the world’s most pressing issues.
Middlebury President Laurie Patton joined Dean of the Institute Jeff Dayton-Johnson and Monterey city officials to celebrate the opening of the first student residence hall in the 66-year history of the Middlebury Institute.
Maureen Sweeney MPA ’94, deputy chief of the interpreting staff for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, developed a remote interpreting program to expand language services at the Games while giving MIIS students and recent graduates a chance to test their skills in a high-profile, real-world setting.
The Government Accountability Office has named the Middlebury Institute a partner school, ensuring targeted outreach and recruiting of Institute students for internships that frequently result in job offers after graduation. The designation came about after extended collaboration with MIIS and Middlebury alumni employed at GAO.
Welcome Week at the Middlebury Institute saw the school’s fall 2021 class of 330 students from 33 countries get to know the Middlebury Institute both virtually and in-person through a range of sessions and activities designed to give each student the tools they need to be successful at MIIS.