Vermont Business Strategy & Consulting Summer Internships
One position remains open for this program, for students interested in leading a business, non-profit, or other organization, or in management consulting as a career. This internship provides an in-depth hands-on experience working on key strategic management issues for a local enterprise. The one remaining enterprise and project is listed below.
Interns will participate in a short orientation in late April on campus and should expect to spend 30 hours per week from June 4 to July 27 on this internship, primarily working on their projects, but also including a weekly review session with the other interns. Interns will receive guidance and mentoring from clients and an experienced management & strategy consultant.
Compensation/Housing: Interns will receive a stipend of $3,000.
This intern is eligible for summer on-campus housing at a cost of $150 per week for room and board. Please note in order to secure housing on campus you must complete a 2018 Summer Student Employment & Housing Agreement. Please check the SEO website for more details: http://www.middlebury.edu/offices/business/seo/summer.
Rising sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply.
There remains one position to work on Middlebury DLINQ: Exploring technology/digital in education and citizenship
Middlebury's Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry (DLINQ) was launched in Jan 2018 as a result of unifying the Academic Technology Group in Middlebury, the Digital Learning Commons in Monterey, and the Office of Digital Learning.
DLINQs mission is to think hopefully, but critically, about the role technology/the digital plays in teaching and learning, to create digital practices and spaces and to advance digital fluency and critical engagement with the digital at Middlebury, developing digital literacies for students, faculty, and staff.
This internship will likely involve designing a system to monitor and measure the Middlebury community’s engagement with DLINQ’s mission and researching market opportunities for online and hybrid courses and programs for Middlebury’s Institute for International Studies.
How to apply: Please submit your resume, a short cover letter (no more than 1 page) explaining why this program and the DLNQ project interests you, and write a short summary (no more than 300 words) on ONE of the following topics:
1. Learning Organizations
2. Systems Thinking
3. Digital Learning
4. Digital literacy & citizenship