Guest post from rising fourth-year UVA student Maia Rosewelsh on how her VAM mentor helped her narrow down and achieve her goals for the summer after her third year - and likely beyond!
The YAART Fellos Programs provides an opportunity for young adults to receive training in research methods and act as advisors to research projects. The goal of the program is to partner with the community to discover and design research that answers important questions about the health of transgender and gender non-conforming young people. Check out these FAQS to learn more about YAART fellows.
Who can become a YAART fellow?
Any transgender or gender nonconforming person 18–26 can become a fellow.
Join Oliver Wyman in one of the following cities this summer to learn more about our firm and what the management consulting industry has to offer.
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For many international students, career fairs may seem a bit strange or difficult to navigate, but they are one of the most valuable resources in the United State for college students who are searching for jobs and internships.
What is a Career Fair?
Academic research is one of the most effective ways to apply knowledge learned in the classroom to real-world problems. However, sometimes we spend years of effort working with a faculty member or in a research lab, but only find ourselves overwhelmed with all the things we have done and not knowing what to do with the resume. Have you ever wondered what the best way to market your research experience is? Read this blog to find out!
Last year, White House economists predicted that low-income workers — those who make less than $20 an hour — face the highest probability of losing their jobs to robots. But people of color are especially at risk: an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released a report last year finding that just about 8 percent of tech-sector jobs are held by Hispanics and 7.4 percent by African-Americans.
But there are some organizations out there trying to close the gap and make sure low-income workers and people of color aren’t displaced by robots and automation.
Morven Farms Reading Days
May 3rd, 10am-4pm
791 Morven Dr. Charlottesville, VA 22902
Looking for a quiet place off-Grounds to study for finals? Morven Farms, a University owned property, is opening its doors to students on May 3rd. So grab a couple friends and carpool out to the venue to study in the illustrious gardens of one of Charlottesville's hidden gems!