1st Year

Global Health Leadership Internship with Unite for Sight

Hannah Guffey – October 12th, 2017

The unpaid Global Health Leadership Internship with Unite for Sight in New Haven, Connecticut provides outstanding undergraduate, public health, medical and other clinical students, and graduate students, as well as recent graduates, with an opportunity to engage in high impact front-line global health delivery programs.  This internship has a minimum of a full-time 4 week commitment, but at least an 8-10 week commitment is preferable.

Check out the Diversi-TEA Career Conversations Series!

Jasmine Jackson – October 12th, 2017

Diversi-Tea Career Conversations is a series of informal chats with alumni and friends of the university around topics including: personal identity and career exploration, navigating recruitment and applications, and building community through mentors and networks.

Coming up:

Wednesday, 10/18, 4 pm, Multicultural Student Center - Diversi-TEA Career Conversations: Peace Corp Alum, Michael Swanberg

Connecting your Student Organization to your Future: Second Year Council (SYC)

Kaitlyn Diaz – October 10th, 2017

Learn from a fellow UVA undergraduate how a student organization can provide you the necessary resources, skills, and connections to attain your current and future career goals. Check out the following spotlight on Second Year Council (SYC) featuring Omar Elhaj who is currently serving as the President of SYC. Omar is studying Foreign Affairs and Computer Science. Read on to learn Omar's journey with Class Council.  

What is the benefit of joining Second Year Council?

The Business of Saving Nature in Costa Rica COMM 4589

Humna Sharif – October 8th, 2017

There are many pathways that a student can take to include sustainability in their academics. If you are a student interested in learning more about how economic development, business practices and conservation of biodiversity interact with each other then this study abroad course is perfect for you. The Business of Saving Nature COMM 4589 is a 2018 spring break study abroad course that will take place in Costa Rica.

Connecting your CIO to your Future: Asian Student Union

Kaitlyn Diaz – October 5th, 2017

Check out this week's spotlight on Connecting your CIO to your Future blog series; Asian Student Union (ASU) featuring Brandon Kim. Learn how your participation in ASU can lead to the development of leadership skills and prepare you for your future career. Brandon is a third year studying Political and Social Thought and describes his role as the Chair of the Prospective/Alumni-Relations Committee. Read on to learn Brandon's journey with ASU. 

Jefferson Public Citizens Program Information Session

Hannah Guffey – October 5th, 2017

Jefferson Public Citizens Program Information Session

Thursday, October 12th
4:00 to 5:00 pm
Special Collections Library, Byrd Morris Room


Have an idea for a community-based research project? Come to this session to learn more about the Jefferson Public Citizens (JPC) Program and hear from previous recipients. JPC provides funding for students to design hands-on research projects in collaboration with community partners and faculty mentors.