All Vermont Innovation Summer positions include a $4000 funding award.


Middlebury has partnered with Champlain College to provide access to affordable, fee-based dormitory housing in Burlington. Champlain College dorms are within walking distance to downtown Burlington’s many shops and restaurants.

Housing Interest Form DUE APRIL 9

Housing at Champlain College in the heart of Burlington is available to eligible students from June 8 through August 3 . The total cost for this housing is $1400, which will be automatically deducted from your $4000 internship funding award. This price does not include food, but does allow for access to a shared kitchen.   

Please note that your answers to the following questions will not impact your eligibility for housing, but is collected in preparation for the summer.  You will  receive a confirmation email in mid-April once your housing request has been approved.  Submitting this form alone does not secure your housing for the summer. 

The dormitory housing at Champlain College will be located within Schillhammer House. The residential space consists of single and double occupancy rooms and kitchens on each floor. Beyond the walkability, Summit will be filled with other Middlebury students that are interning in Burlington this summer.

Questions? Dana Anderson:


During your summer experience, you will have regular contact with staff from the Innovation Hub, who will serve as point people for questions related to your summer experience outside of your internship responsibilities. Over the course of the summer, you will participate in a few required activities with the entire Vermont Innovation Summer cohort, such as a launch event, an in-person mid-summer reflection dinner, a send-off check in, and a post-summer celebration. These often come with free food! You may also be invited to participate in optional activities, such as coffee and office hours with Innovation Hub staff, a makerspace tool training, networking opportunities, or Burlington community events.