LinkedIn is widely used in the professional world, with 94% of recruiters reporting that they use the site to vet candidates. So, it’s very important to have as part of your professional identity. For professionals and job-seekers building web presence, LinkedIn is an absolute must. The site is widely used in the professional community, and […]
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The Raechel & Jackie Foundation is looking for MIIS graduate students to work on: A. RJF Fellowship Program Development B. Water Resource Management Project C. Program Monitoring & Evaluation There is flexibility to work from Monterey, Santa Cruz, Nicaragua or a combination of the three. For students who are interested in spending part of the time in […]
Jeanine Willig (far left), DPMI+ Fellow & IPS 2016 student Organization: Social Impact Title: Performance Evaluation Intern Location: Washington, D.C. Social Impact contracts with lots of different organizations, mainly for performance and impact evaluation and capacity building. As a Performance Evaluation Intern, Jeanine’s been working to support the impact evaluation team on Social Impact contracts […]
Last week’s U.S.-China Conference on Arms Control, Disarmament and Nonproliferation, co-hosted by the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, was aimed at improving bilateral dialogue on issues challenging international security.
When you’re building and cultivating your web presence, it’s crucial to control what results people see when they search for you. That’s why—even if you don’t use it for anything else—it’s important to maintain a Google+ profile. Moreover, if and when you have a virtual interview via Google Hangout, your profile will be visible, and […]
After last semester’s pilot, a collaborative proposal for the adoption of Canvas LMS, crafted and submitted by the Curricular Technology Team (a cross-departmental and -institutional advisory group which the DLC is a member of) was completed and posted to the Middlebury Canvas Pilot project website. This proposal was submitted in January for review by senior leadership. For more information […]
Saturday’s annual International Bazaar brought together current and prospective students for a celebration of food, dance and music from around the world.
It was the typical deal. As my fellow volunteer Caitlin and I waited under the mango tree for a motorcycle to pick us up, there they were, a couple of 16 year old male students from my school in uniform, strutting their way down the street on a school day at 10:00 AM. Definitely not […]
Middlebury Institute professor Paige Butler received the Ron Koehn Award at the 12th annual Forum on Education Abroad Conference in Atlanta earlier this month.
I have been communicating with the faculty of the Philippine Women’s University ever since September. My good friend Angel put me in touch with the …