Career Events

For more information about upcoming career development events, please call 802.654.2547

Snowy Owl Tutoring - We're hiring!

2/27/2017

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Information Session

Stop by the career information table and talk with Tom about K-12 tutoring positions with snowy Owl Tutoring.

1% For The Planet

3/6/2017

11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Information Session

Stop by the career information table and talk with Dory Sumner to learn about internship opportunities with 1% For The Planet!

Resumes & Interviewing: Tips from a Fortune 25 Executive

3/6/2017

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Presentation

Bob DeLorenzo is an experienced executive who has a track record of accomplishment within a Fortune 25 Company as well as a family business competing in global markets. Senior-level responsibilities in general management, business development with global experience in sales and customer development. Learn resume and interviewing skills from a seasoned executive and parent of an alumna.

University of Vermont Master's in Accounting Program

3/8/2017

11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Information Session

A representative from the Master's in Accounting program at UVM will be tabling in Alliot lobby from 11pm-1pm. Stop by to find out more and get your questions answered.

Learn, Work & Serve Series

3/8/2017

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Workshop/Training

Internship Information Session

3/9/2017

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Information Session

Looking for an internship for this summer or the fall semester? Need academic credit or just want to gain experience in a specific career field? Come find out about available internship opportunities and learn the process for earning academic credit for your internship.

Middlebury College School of the Environment

3/21/2017

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Information Session

At the School of the Environment, students spend six intensive weeks immersing themselves in the study of the relationship between humans and the environment. They may choose to study under an introductory track or a more advanced track (for those with previous Environmental Studies experience). In each, they take a core course, a practicum, and two elective courses for a total of 9 semester-hour credits. Their course work is supplemented by workshops by visiting environmental practitioners, providing them with a toolkit for effectively putting their knowledge to use. To learn more about the curriculum and financial aid visit our website.

Where to Begin When You Don't Know Where to Begin: a Career Planning Presentation

3/22/2017

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Presentation

Where to Begin When You Don’t Know Where to Begin, A Career Planning Presentation A quick 20 minute presentation about how to jump into your career exploration no matter where you are in the process. Whether you are just beginning, or you have tried a few things out and are feeling stuck, you’ll get some ideas of where to start and strategies to use to get the ball moving.

Getting and "A" in Financial Planning 101

3/23/2017

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Lecture/Speaker

: Come learn the three things you need to know to ensure your financial future. SMC Alum (Class of ’92) George M. Bowen, CFP®, AIF® from Capital Management Partners, LLC will cover the different types of retirement plans, how much to contribute, and how to plan for the life you want.

Internship Information Session

3/27/2017

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Information Session

Looking for an internship for this summer or the fall semester? Need academic credit or just want to gain experience in a specific career field? Come find out about available internship opportunities and learn the process for earning academic credit for your internship.

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