Kitchel House

CCI has moved to Kitchel House!

We are excited to announce that CCI has a NEW HOME in the Kitchel House! As we settle in throughout the summer, we will be working both remotely and in person. Looking forward to seeing you soon!

Take advantage of our full range of support and resources with a variety of online tools. Engagement with alumni and employers via our exceptional programming will be as dynamic and wide-ranging as ever! Students on leave this semester have full access to our advising, programming, Handshake and Midd2Midd.

Whether you are just beginning to think about careers or already have a sense of the direction you’d like to pursue, we can help.

Explore What’s Next

CCI Advisors are here to help you select a major, look for a summer internship, evaluate career possibilities, apply to graduate school, or look for a job. While each advisor focuses on specific industries or fields, all of our advisors are well equipped to get you started in your own search process.

  • 7 career advisors
  • 16 dedicated staff members
  • 8 student peer career advisors and 4 peer engagement fellows
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National Intern Day - July 29, 2021

  • “This internship has allowed me to have hands-on experience with animals and develop various professional relationships. It has also provided me with a great deal of confidence and clarity in my future career decisions.”

    Cindy Cardona, 2022

    Animal Care Intern at the Niabi Zoo

    Read my story
  • “I was fascinated that this extraordinary event had taken place right outside my door, all because I had planted the right plant in the right place, had opted not for ornamental & sterile traditional plants, but instead for native plants fit for these majestic wild pollinators.”

    Brett Gilman, 2024.5

    Ecotype Project Intern at the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut

    Read my story
  • “It has been exciting to take the skills I learned from the Campus and apply them to interning as a real-world journalist this summer. I have written twenty stories at this point in my internship.”

    Maggie Reynolds, 2024

    Intern Reporter with the Daily Gazette

    Read my story
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Use Handshake to discover and explore internships, jobs, organizations, and events all personalized to your specific career interests. Complete your profile and discover internships, jobs, employers, and events, all personalized to your specific career interests. 

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Handshake is available for Middlebury College undergraduate students only.

Jobs and Internships

90 info sessions with employers
750 employer and informational interviews
25000 opportunities in our online database
$675000 of summer internship funding
3900 alumni mentoring volunteers on Midd2Midd
75% students have had at least one internship by graduation

Where Middlebury Graduates Go

Top Career Fields

21% financial services
14% consulting
12% science and health care
10% arts, media, and communications
9% government, law, and policy

9% education
8% technology
5% social impact
4% environment, energy, and agriculture

Latest News and Events

  • Get a Head Start on your Career planning before you return to campus! Schedule a Career Advising appointment!

    | by Alicia Gomez

    Schedule an appointment with me in handshake! We could discuss how to update your resume Networking and Interviewing during the academic year Preparing for Employer info sessions and Career Conversations Applying to Jobs and Internships And More! If you can’t find a time in handshake that works with your schedule, please email me your availability […]

  • Article: Bezos’ Rocket Company Loses Challenge to NASA SpaceX Moon Contract

    | by Noel Ermer

    By Kenneth Chang and Catie Edmondson, July 30, 2021 Jeff Bezos’ rocket company carried him to the edge of space last week. But it won’t be flying NASA astronauts to the moon’s surface, at least for now. The Government Accountability Office on Friday rejected protests challenging NASA’s decision to go with just one spacecraft lander design for its return of astronauts […]

  • Article: Women Surgeons at Greater Risk of Pregnancy Loss, Study Finds

    | by Noel Ermer

    By Emma Goldberg, July 28, 2021 Dr. Eveline Shue had always been a standout surgeon, but her most joyful moment at the hospital came when she could finally share some personal good news with her colleagues: After five cycles of in vitro fertilization, she was pregnant with twins. At 24 weeks of pregnancy, she and her […]

Center for Careers and Internships
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