Internship & Career Opportunities

The Castleton Education Department presents students with extensive opportunities to gain experience in the field through partnerships with local schools. Across all areas of concentrations there are classes which require work in the field as a component to the course. From special education to mathematics, students will acquire knowledge through valuable hands-on experiences. Additionally, the department dedicates all senior level courses to a professional year frame setting. This requires students to fulfill two consecutive semesters within a classroom setting.

Upon graduation the opportunities to utilize a Castleton education degree only expand. Many of our graduates remain in local Vermont schools and mentor current Castleton pre-service teachers in their K-12 classrooms. Some out-of-state students return to their home states to become classroom teachers. Others fulfill support positions as paraprofessionals and/or coaches.

Castleton's Education Department prepares its students not only to directly enter the professional world, but also to continue on to further their degrees. Some attend graduate school programs inside and outside of Castleton's program to major in education or their liberal arts interests while others pursue counseling degrees. There are a myriad of opportunities available to graduates in the field of education. 

Full-time Job

Ameson Education & Cultural Exchange FoundationEducational Ambassador

China

Spend ten months fully immersed in Chinese customs and culture as a part of the Ameson Year in China program. Teach English in an elementary or secondary school, while developing your professional skills, learning the world’s most spoken language, and enjoying the opportunity to explore Asia. Each week, participants are expected to spend a maximum of twenty hours teaching English, ten hours engaging in on-campus activities or office hours, and ten hours in collaborative or self-directed pursuits, such as language learning, exploration, or research.

For more Information

To Apply

Contact Name: Debra Preston

Phone: (202) 618-6033

Address:
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Suite 500 Ronald Reagan Building
Washington, District of Columbia 20004

Current Internship

Boys and Girls Club of Rutland CountyClub General Assistant

Rutland, VT

Assist in the junior (or teen club) snack, homework, facilities, some admin and phones, one-on-one play, gym support. Must have understanding of child development, multi-tasking, and good patience.

To Apply

Contact Name: Chrispin White

Email: chrispin.white@castleton.edu

Full-time Job

College Nannies, Sitters and TutorsNanny

Jericho, Vermont

Looking for a full time engaging and child-focused nanny to be placed immediately with a wonderful family in Jericho, Vermont (25 miles East of Burlington). Hours are 12pm-8pm M-F. Must have early childhood development experience. Nanny will be expected to drive and do some light housekeeping. I would love to speak with you at your earliest convenience about this amazing opportunity.. Take a look at our website and all the great things we have to offer. You link to our site below and enter your info at “Join our team”.

To Apply

Contact Name: Christine MacHugh

Email: christine.machugh@collegenannies.com

Current Internship

Fair Haven Concerned, Inc.Food Shelf and Project Volunteer or Community Resource Navigator Intern

Fair Haven, VT

Volunteers have a wide variety of tasks including food shelf assist, sorting, etc. We would love to see new folks with new ideas/skills contributing. Community Resource Navigator will meet with clients to identify needs and follow up with resources.

To Apply

Contact Name: Chrispin White

Phone: (802) 468-1431

Email: chrispin.white@castleton.edu

Current Internship

The Justin Morrill State Historic SiteSummer Education & Programming Internship

Strafford, VT

Work with the Director and Board on public programming, volunteer outreach and research. Duties will include assisting with education programs and public events, assist with children's camps, greet site visitors and conduct garden walks. Start your own educational program, complete a research project and assist with interpretive exhibits. Tuesdays- Saturdays some evenings and some Sundays, stipend of $2,500. Summer.

Website

To Apply

Email: director@morrillhomestead.org

Current Internship

The Mentor ConnectorAssistant Mentor Coordinator

Rutland, VT

You will assist the Coordinator in making calls to families and mentors, planning training and participating in trainings, helping with recruitment by tabling at events and going door to door if time permits. Any major interested in child development, social work, or education would learn a lot in this position. No computer skills are necessary, but are helpful.

To Apply

Contact Name: Chrispin White

Email: chrispin.white@castleton.edu

Current Internship

Vermont Achievement CenterChildcare, Education, Business, Human Resources, Psychology

Rutland, VT

Depends on the Intense desires for learning. You will be required to be punctual, organized, able to communicate ideas, philosophy, concerns, reliability, prepared for activities and responsibilities, team member, desire to learn more.

To Apply

Contact Name: Chrispin White

Email: chrispin.white@castleton.edu

Current Internship

Vermont Energy Investment Corporation Various Opportunities

Vermont

Offering a variety of internships in the following fields: Network Administrator, Cyber Security, Web Application Developer, Helpdesk, Accounting, Data Scientist, Market Data Analyst, Engineering, HVACR Program, Social Justice and Drive Electric Vermont. For descriptions on each please contact Chrispin White or go online.

To Apply

To Apply

Contact Name: Chrispin White

Email: chrispin.white@castleton.edu