“Tierra de Agua” is new documentary film by three Monterey Institute students shedding light on the challenges related to water issues in Nicaragua. The film is part of their H2Nica campaign to raise awareness about sanitation and accessibility to clean water among developing communities in the country.
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Monterey Institute faculty and staff led students on career-focused trips to Washington D.C. and Silicon Valley over spring break, visiting potential employers and networking with alumni eager to help students starting their careers.
Eleven Monterey Institute students witnessed history at the UN during spring break when they were able to listen in on the negotiations of the first global conventional arms treaty and interact with numerous stakeholders.
Get a sneak peak at a documentary being made by 3 MIIS students that examines the struggle for clean water in Nicaragua.
The recent Monterey Institute Career Fair produced a record number of job interviews for students and was hailed as a great success by employers and students alike.
Monterey Institute alumna Jenifer Carter (MATESOL ’97) is channeling her extensive international experience to “find the world” in her own backyard, teaching at North Salinas High School and introducing her students to MIIS.
One hundred employers will gather in Monterey on Friday, March 8 to recruit students and graduates at the annual Monterey Institute Career Fair, including 30 Institute alumni now filling the role of recruiters.
Monterey Institute student Lovely Umayam was awarded the $5,000 first prize in the Innovation in Arms Control Challenge sponsored by the U.S. Department of State for her online education platform bombshelltoe.com.
Monterey Institute student Moslem Shah’s passion for education began when he was a teenager and taught his sister and her friends who were banned from school under Taliban rule in his native Afghanistan.
Monterey Institute alumna Abbie Beane (MAIEP ’12) led her team from The Offset Project to set a new record for diverting waste at the celebrated AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, earning coverage from local NPR station KAZU.