Whatever help or guidance you might need,
the Middlebury campus is home to a multitude of centers providing resources and opportunities for nearly every step of your college experience. Friendly and accessible staff members are ready and willing to help. Internships
CENTER FOR CAREERS AND INTERNSHIPS
The Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) connects students to experiences, resources, and advising in internships, career services, and health professions. Whether you want to get involved at Middlebury or across the world, learn more about possible career directions, or find a summer or winter term internship (or funding for unpaid internships), we can help get you started. See our resources and programs below. go/cci
Advisers welcome all students throughout their undergraduate years and offer a variety of career planning resources, including career counseling, great internships and funding, Career Action groups, and a recruiting program for seniors. Find Midd-friendly jobs and internships in MOJO, connect to professional alumni through MiddNet, and explore other helpful resources, like blogs, career industry guides, and on- and off-campus programs throughout the year.
One of the best ways to gain valuable experience, explore beyond the classroom, and hone your postgraduate aspirations is to participate in an internship during your time at Middlebury. CCI can help you find the right fit with your goals, interests, and passions. And if itâ€™s unpaid, we can talk about applying for funding. Health Professions
First-year students and sophomores are encouraged to explore the range of health professional careers and receive guidance on course selections, curricular planning, and experiential development. The health professions adviser works closely with juniors, seniors, and alumni in preparation for professional school applications. CENTER FOR THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RACE AND ETHNICITY
The Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) is committed to interdisciplinary and comparative approaches for understanding formations of race and ethnicity and their effects on human relations. It encourages
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