The Middlebury Network connects students and alumni to opportunities around the world. We invite you to become a part of it.

How You Can Help

  • Offer an internship: Internships enable students to explore career options, pursue academic interests or personal passions, acquire practical work experience, and make the connections they’ll need to find work after graduation.

  • Post a job: A Middlebury education prepares students for myriad careers. If you have a job that you’d like to fill with a Middlebury graduate, we would like to help you publicize it.

  • Post a Midd Gig: Midd Gigs enables alumni to post short-term, professional projects for Middlebury students and newly-minted graduates. Hosted on Midd2Midd—Middlebury’s mentoring and networking platform, Midd Gigs allows you to create a position announcement (paid or unpaid) for a short term project affiliated with your organization or venture.

  • Recruit on campus: Information sessions, on-campus interviews, and webinars can be scheduled to meet your recruiting needs.

  • Recruit off campus: You can also recruit Middlebury students through our off-campus recruiting sessions in New York, Boston, and Washington, D.C.

Learn more about other employer opportunities.

    Speaker 1: Jeffrey Sawyer, Director, Employer and Professional Network Development:
    When I say the words Midd Gigs, what best describes what Midd Gigs are?

    Speaker 2: David Small ’09.5
    Expertise.

    Speaker 3: Andrea Hamre ‘05
    Maturity.

    Speaker 4: Culton Koster ’21.5
    Mentoring.

    Speaker 5: Jonathan Fisher ‘20
    Opportunities to connect.

    Speaker 6: Michael Longo ‘14
    Talented students.

    Speaker 2: David Small ’09.5
    Super satisfying.

    Speaker 3: Andrea Hamre ‘05
    Graduate level of research.

    Speaker 4: Culton Koster ’21.5
    Connecting with Midd alumni.

    Speaker 6: Michael Longo ‘14
    Good opportunities.

    Speaker 5: Jonathan Fisher ‘20
    Short term, low risk, high reward experience.

    Speaker 2: David Small ’09.5
    Be able to facilitate those new relationships.

    Speaker 6: Michael Longo ‘14
    Learning environment.

    Speaker 3: Andrea Hamre ‘05
    Showcasing Middlebury’s strengths.

    Speaker 5: Jonathan Fisher ‘20
    Can only learn by doing.

    Speaker 2: David Small ’09.5
    Expertise. Did I say expertise?
    (laughter)

    Speaker 1: Jeffrey Sawyer:
    Really expertise.
    (laughter)

    Speaker 2: Davis Small ’09.5
    Expertise. Fresh perspective.

    Speaker 6: Michael Longo ‘14
    It’s likely you’re going to get a lot more than you expected.

    Share Your Expertise

    • Provide career advice Midd2Midd connects Middlebury students, alumni, and parents, supporting mentoring, networking, and engagement within the Middlebury community around the world.

    • Become a professional in residence During your next visit to campus, talk with students about your work and career path and their related career interests.

    Make a Gift for Internships

    • Make a gift to support unpaid internships and other experiential learning opportunities National studies show that an internship experience makes students significantly more likely to land a job after graduation. However, many internships are unpaid, and often students cannot afford to participate in them. You can help with your gift of any size.
    Make a gift

    Contact Us

    Staff at the Center for Careers and Internships would be glad to talk with you about ways you can help Middlebury students and alumni. For more information, email cci@middlebury.edu.

    Center for Careers and Internships
    We will be working remotely for Fall 2020
    Middlebury, VT 05753

    cci@middlebury.edu
    (802) 443-5100