Smith College is hosting their annual Life Sciences & Technology Fair, where a variety of science-related and engineering organizations will speak to students about full time and internship positions. Hosted by the Smith College Lazarus Center for Career Development.
If you are looking for employment in EDUCATION as a TEACHER, SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR or COACH, register online today. Meet and interview with over 60 Public & PrivateSchools (k-12) from 7 states; Access over 1000 Jobs nationwide; On-Site Interviews; Post your resume;
• Experience is a plus but not required
• Certification is helpful but not required
• Admission is FREE and OPEN to graduating Seniors, Alumni and Graduate Students.
POSITIONS INCLUDE: Teachers (all subjects k-12), Principals and Heads of School, Admissions Directors, Admissions Counselors, Business Managers, Special Education, Guidance & College Counselors, Coaches, Dean of Students, Diversity & Technology Coordinators and more!
Drop in from 12-1. No appointment needed!
The fair will feature local internship opportunities in the arts, arts management, and non-profit management fields. Internship providers in attendance will include non-profit arts organizations, social justice organizations, museums, performing arts organizations, galleries, bands, choirs, creative businesses, and independent artists with spring and summer learning opportunities for local students.
Refreshments will be provided.
Students can land an internship in one afternoon! Most providers are looking for interns for the spring and may request to further interview intern candidates immediately following the fair. If students are interested in doing an internship for credit, they will be able to secure a position in time for add/drop.
Transformative. Life-altering. That’s how college students describe Middlebury’s MiddCORE: a 4-week summer program at Lake Tahoe for current college students and recent graduates who want to develop the SKILLS, EXPERIENCE, and CONFIDENCE to be successful in life and work. MiddCORE's dates are June 3- July 1, 2017. Through an intensive daily schedule of small-group classes and mentor-led workshops, students develop skills in teamwork, innovation, trial-and-error exploration, networking, and practical problem solving. The program is highly collaborative and hands-on, and students work closely with each other and more than 50 mentors from the top leading fields and professions.
MENTORS are what make MiddCORE different. Every day students have access to leaders from today’s successful businesses such as:
+ Cofounder of Netflix, Marc Randolph
+ President and CEO of Peet's Coffee, Dave Burwick
+ Managing Director of Brand Solutions at Google, Suzie Reider
+ Former Governor of Vermont, Jim Douglas
+ KPMG Global Life Sciences Associate Director, Kelly Briggs
+ Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase, Mary Pang
+ Co-Founder of Salesforce, Parker Harris
During MiddCORE, students participate in several STRATEGIC PARTNER CHALLENGES, working with peers to solve actual business problems posed by mentors. This past summer students worked with Peet’s Coffee and Blaze Pizza and non-profit enterprises Life is good Kids Foundation and High Five. They also worked on their own INNOVATION CHALLENGE to develop a new product or service or a new way to address a social problem. Students who complete the course earn one course credit from Middlebury College equivalent to three credit hours.
The EcoFellowship Program is a one-year paid fellowship position to work with CET staff and other fellows to carry out community outreach, school education, and other activities related to climate action initiatives and educational programming in western Massachusetts.
Activities support CET’s initiatives to assist residents, students, institutions and businesses across the region in ongoing programs in energy efficiency, home energy services, renewable energy, and waste reduction through recycling, reuse and home composting. Fellows are based in one of CET’s locations: Pittsfield, Northampton, or Springfield, where they will serve communities in the region.
Fellows operate in three main areas: Community Outreach, Green Business, and Marketing & Digital Communications which works across the entire organization. Read more about the positions below!