Category: GSIPM

DPMI & DPMI Plus INFO SESSION 2017

2 or 3-week international development and social change training open to all degree programs with optional credit-bearing internship/job fellowship open to DPP and IEP students.
All students interested in DPMI & DPMI PLUS, are recommended to attend…

Top Tips for MIISfits on the Professional Prowl

Already fantasizing about the incredible summer internship you’re going to land? Good! You should be. If not, I’m here to plant the seed.   The truth is, summer seems like a grueling academic year away, but it’s lurking just around the corner.  Without a swipe left, swipe right graduate internship app option, identifying interesting organizations and […]

Top Tips for MIISfits on the Professional Prowl

Already fantasizing about the incredible summer internship you’re going to land? Good! You should be. If not, I’m here to plant the seed.   The truth is, summer seems like a grueling academic year away, but it’s lurking just around the corner.  Without a swipe left, swipe right graduate internship app option, identifying interesting organizations and […]

Tech in the Tenderloin Hackathon & Tech Fair

Calling all creative MIISfits interested in flexing your ideation and innovation muscles! CitizenAR is a tech design challenge sponsored by the U.S. State Department that is inviting ten cross-disciplinary, university teams to imagine new ways of engaging city-dwellers in making their environment more sustainable, just and livable using augmented reality technology. During this fun and […]

Call for Application: Certificate in International Development & Social Change

Certificate in International Development and Social Change A professional graduate certificate program for careers in program design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI) Launch Your Career This program is designed for aspiring development and social change practitioners seeking expanded career opportunities in program design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI). You’ll gain the program design, evaluation, strategic […]

DPMI 2017 Washington, DC reflections

26 participants successfully completed three-week Certificate in International Development and Social Change program on June 23, 2017. The participants constituted of United College Scholars, Middlebury Institute Students, and international development professionals. As a field visit, the participants got opportunities to visit several development organizations in DC and explore the trends in the development sector. Read […]

DPMI brings MIDD & MIIS students together in Washington, DC

25 participants gathered in Washington, DC in June 2017 for Certificate in International Development and Social Change, a professional graduate certificate program offered by Middlebury Institute for careers in program design, partnering, management, and Innovation(DPMI). The participants constituted of Middlebury College, MIIS students, UWC Scholars and International Development and social change practitioners. The DPMI program has been a big […]

Amy Nguyen is taking DPMI beyond her classroom.

Hello! My name is Amy Nguyen, and today I will be sharing my experience in the Design, Partnering, Management and Innovation (DPMI) program in Monterey this past May. A bit about me: Within the Development Practice and Policy (DPP) program, I am working towards a Master in Public in Administration (MPA) with a specialization in […]

Immersive Learning Student Portal is Live!

Read about students’ immersive learning projects all around the world including in the United States from 2014-2017.  Click here to visit the student portal. The student portal is a compilation of immersive learning experiences of MIIS students along with their project deliverables. Immersive learning is the learning that occurs when students are outside of the […]

Do you have a social venture that needs funding to launch it?

The D-Prize social venture competition is live!   If selected we will award you up to $20,000 to launch a pilot in any region where extreme poverty exists. D-Prize funds new entrepreneurs who increase access to proven poverty interventions. Can you design a business or NGO that solves one of the Distribution Challenges below: + GIRL’S EDUCATION + AGRICULTURE + […]

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