World of Work: Scott Whitted ’74, Deputy Chief, District Court Litigation Division, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Scott Whitted ’74 Deputy Chief, District Court Litigation Division, Office of the Principal Legal Advisor, Immigration and Customs Enforcement United States Government, Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement http://www.ice.gov/index.htm Williston, VT Major: Political Science What type of law do you practice and how did you choose that? I’ve practiced civil law for my […]

Internship of the Month: Federal Public Defenders Office

Intern: Chris Minott Class Year: 2012 Major: Economics Employer: Federal Public Defenders Office Position: Investigator Assistant LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/christopher-minott/3b/567/95 How would you describe the various projects you did in for your organization someone who is unfamiliar with your field? As an Investigative Assistant at the Federal Public Defender’s Office, my role was to help investigate […]

World of Work: Catlin O'Neill '99, Deputy Director of Legislative Operations for House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi

Catlin will be the Keynote Speaker at the Washington D.C. Career Networking Night on June 6, 2011. Register online and learn more about the 30+ alumni networkers here. Catlin O’Neill ’99 Deputy Director of Legislative Operations for Office of the House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi Washington, D.C. Major: Sociology; Mass Communication & Culture How would […]

Expand your professional network this summer! – DC Career Networking Night 6/6/11!

Thinking about internship or career opportunities in Washington, DC? This summer, get advice from successful UVM alumni on careers and the job search in Washington, DC! Washington, DC Career Networking Night Monday, June 6, 6:15-9:00pm National Association of Homebuilders 15th and M Streets N.W., Washington, DC Connect one-on-one with alumni from a variety of career […]

World of Work: Allie Tompkins '10, National Prison Project Intern for the ACLU Foundation

Allie Tompkins ’10 National Prison Project Intern for the ACLU Foundation Washington, DC Major: Political Science/Global Studies How would you describe what you do on a typical day? As an intern, I come into the office 5 days a week for a half day. I answer letters from inmates writing the prison project for assistance, […]

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