Hannaford Career Center Tech Intern
Job InformationClassification Information Classification Number 901649 Classification Title Hannaford Career Center Tech Intern Department Center for Creativity, Innovation, and Social Entrepreneurship Level Level B (Skilled) Job Description
Gain hands-on experience while supporting education in our community through a paid internship at the Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center (www.hannafordcareercenter.org ) in Middlebury, supported by the Middlebury Fund For Innovation. As an intern, you will work with a teacher at the Center, assisting with classroom projects and instruction along with outreach activities for members of the broader community. Eligible areas include any of the Center’s programs, including Addison Repertory Theater (AM Tech; PM Performance), Automotive Technology, Diesel Power Technology, Engineering & Architecture Design (AM), Culinary Arts, Design & Illustration(PM), Human Services/Early Childhood Education, Industrial Design & Fabrication (PM), Makerspace (Afternoon & Evening), Medical Professions, Natural Resource Management, and Sustainable Agriculture (PM). The position is 10 hours per week, fully paid at Middlebury College’s Level B student rate, $10.82 per hour, and includes funds that can be used to defray transportation costs as well as for equipment and supplies in support of collaborative projects.
There are a limited number of positions available. Candidates should submit a resume and brief cover letter explaining their specific interest in the Career Center program selected and their educational goals and anticipated learning outcomes for the internship; applications will be considered on a rolling basis until positions are filled. Note: This position is for the entire academic year, but we will consider students who can only work during the fall or spring semester.
Morning program offerings are scheduled between 8:45 and 10:45 at Main Campus (51 Charles Ave., adjacent to Middlebury Union High School) and 9:00 to 11:00 at North Campus (Mainelli Road, off Exchange Street). Afternoon programs are scheduled between 12:10 and 2:10 at Main Campus and 12:20 and 2:20 at North Campus.
The program is advised by Dave Cole ’92, machinist and owner of Mechanical Advantage LLC, a Middlebury mechanical engineering and design firm specializing in medical devices, and Noah Graham, Professor of Physics; please contact them ([email protected], [email protected]) with questions about the program
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * This posting is only open to students. Are you a current Middlebury College undergraduate student?
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