Summer 2022

Additional Summer 2022 details are forthcoming and we will continue to make updates as information becomes available. We thank you for your patience.

Remote Work

Similar to the Academic Year, any position that can work remotely must continue to do so for the summer. Students are eligible to work remotely as long as they are located within the United States, work from international locations is not permissible. Faculty who are interested in internationally located Research Assistants should contact URO for non-employment options.

  • Remote employees must be located within the United States. 
  • Positions that are approved for remote work are not eligible for on-campus summer housing, dining plans, or for the use of on campus facilities. 
  • Student employees working remotely, and their supervisors, will receive a remote work agreement that must be completed to maintain accurate work records. 

On Campus Work

Pending additional information for Summer 2022 

Student employees may work in person if the job requires on site work and cannot be completed remotely. 

Similar to other Staff, students may live locally and travel to campus for approved work while following all campus COVID safety guidelines. Use of dining and other campus facilities is not available to student employees without an on-campus summer housing assignment.

  • Please review all health and safety protocols with your supervisor and ensure you are adhering to your department’s return-to-work plan. 
  • The director of Environmental Health and Safety has released a COVID-19 training module for all student employees, and we anticipate updates will be made for the summer. Once updated, a link will be provided, and must be completed by all student employees working in person. 

Summer Hiring Proposals are due by May 3

On Campus Housing

Pending additional information for Summer 2022 

Housing will only be available for students who are employed in approved on campus work and working 30 or more hours per week. 

For those who are eligible:

  • Summer housing is not guaranteed, and priority will be given to students who are employed in positions that must work in person on campus. On-campus housing may be available for students working remotely for the College if there is capacity. 
  • Students must work a minimum of 30 hours per week to qualify for housing. This may be a combination of remote and in-person positions. 

Please contact reslife@middlebury.edu with any questions related to housing.

Dining

Pending information for Summer 2022                                                                                   

Processing Requirements for Supervisors

Supervisors should review information about Supervising Summer Employees, which includes processing requirements for summer employment.

Every student hired to work for Middlebury College between Graduation and the first day of Fall classes must apply via PeopleAdmin and have a hiring proposal submitted by their supervisor. This form is required for ANY AND ALL summer jobs. To qualify for a summer student employment position (non-SRA) you must be registered for Fall term. The hiring proposal must be submitted by May 3.

Note: Recent graduates cannot work in a student position. Please visit the staff job opportunities page on the college website for available staff positions. For information on hiring a recent graduate please contact Human Resources at hr@middlebury.edu

Students will receive a confirmation email regarding their summer employment dates once the hiring proposal is processed. 

Any changes or corrections must be submitted to SEO by noon on Friday, May 7. 

Find a Summer Job

Visit Find A Job to search for on campus summer opportunities (additional jobs will appear as they become available). All summer jobs must be posted by Supervisors on PeopleAdmin and students must apply. Your application is required in order for the Supervisor to submit the Hiring Proposal. If you are currently in a position that will be rolling over to summer or have worked in the past, you must apply to a summer specific posting to allow for correct processing.

Summer Research

Faculty members with approved mentored faculty-student research positions must complete a Summer Research Assistant (SRA) form. This form confirms that the research meets the criteria outlined in the Policies and Procedures for Summer Research Assistants. The form is completed online at the Undergraduate Research Office and is due mid-April.