Open-Source Intelligence: “So You Want to Be an Internet Detective?”

This webinar will focus on open-source tools and their power to enable anyone including students, policy makers, journalists, and experts to get to the truth.

Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey Lewis

Director, East Asia Nonproliferation Program, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies

Moderator: Nomsa Ndongwe

Research Associate, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies

Assistant Director of Global Recruiting, Middlebury Institute for International Studies


Tuesday, October 19th

10:30 AM PST / 1:30 PM EST

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Augustine Oni, Senior Manager & Solution Architect – Accenture Federal Services (AFS) will talk with students interested in technology consulting. If you are a computer science major or minor, you will want to hear this first-hand account of what this career field is like and how best to prepare yourself for securing internships and full-time roles with AFS.

Wednesday, October 20 at 6 pm. Click HERE to get the zoom link in Handshake

Weapons of mass destruction pose an existential threat to humanity. Would you like to help stop their spread?

Join three experts from the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California to find out how you can apply your skills and interests to address this complex challenge.

Thursday, October 21 at 7 pm. Click HERE to register on Handshake and get the Zoom link

Speakers Sarah Bidgood, Jessica Varnum, and Masako Toki will help you better understand the career landscape in this field while highlighting opportunities for on-the-job training at Middlebury. Students from any and all majors are warmly welcome to attend, and please bring your questions!

PS. You can also APPLY to a J-term internship at CNS here.

One on One Chats with the BCE Consulting Team:

Craig Belanger (Managing Partner), Joe Giandomenico (Manager, Middlebury 2015.5), and Henry Walsh (Analyst, Middlebury 2021) from BCE Consulting will be hosting one-on-one chats for Seniors interested in management and strategy consulting. If you are interested in learning more about management and strategy consulting and BCE Consulting, we recommend you submit your resume and sign up for a 30 minute in-person appointment to learn more about the firm, opportunities, and how to effectively navigate the recruiting process.

Sign up (apply with a resume) on Handshake now. Click HERE

Students should plan to come dressed for success (business casual attire) and be prepared with thoughtful questions on BCE Consulting and the management consulting field at large.

BCE Consulting Information Session:

Craig Belanger (Managing Partner), Joe Giandomenico (Manager, Middlebury 15.5’), and Henry Walsh (Analyst, Middlebury 2021) from BCE Consulting will be hosting an in-person information session on the firm and the Analyst position. We encourage those with an interest in management and strategy consulting, but also those that are new to the profession and are looking to learn more, to attend this session. The information session will be an hour long with time for questions at the end. Look forward to seeing you there!

Monday October 25 at 6 pm. Location TBA. Check Handshake soon.

This is a great opportunity to hear from trustees in a more casual setting. Meet us in Wilson Hall to hear the trustees talk and then join us for the Q&A after.

CCI is excited to announce that we have partnered with the President’s Office to host Post-Pandemic Change and Opportunity: A Conversation with Trustees on Navigating the Way Forward.

The past 18 months have profoundly changed many aspects of our lives. As we look to the future, please join Middlebury Trustees Cathy Lee ‘95, Dennis Parker ‘77, Helen Riess P ‘13, P ‘15, and Parker Harris ‘89, P ‘20 for a conversation with students as they share their personal and professional perspectives on these changes—and how the Middlebury experience will help prepare students for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Date: Thursday, October 21
Time: 4:45 PM
Location: Wilson Hall, McCullough

Bucket Lists are popular because they allow us to dream big and plan for things we want to do in our life before we eventually “kick the bucket.” So why not create a “Bucket List” for college? It’s a fun way to think through choices for your time at Middlebury and beyond. Let’s keep your dreams top of mind as you experience all that Middlebury has to offer. This program is designed for First Years and Sophomores, but all students are welcome.

Sponsored by the Center for Careers and Internships.

Register on Handshake.