Professor Bryan Berger of the Department of Chemical Engineering has a project in need of a full-time technician/research scientist for 1 year and possibly extendable to 2 years. The position is NIH funded, and would require strong molecular biology skills – subcloning, plasmid preparation, site-directed mutagenesis, bacterial cell transformation, assay development. Below is a link to a paper that describes some of the foundational work leading up to this project:
Have you ever heard of Jopwell? It's a career platform that helps Black, Latinx, and Native American students find jobs, whether you are in school, graduating, or well into you're career. In 2017, Jopwell was listed as one of Fast Company's "Most Innovative Companies" and one of Entrepreneur's "100 Most Brilliant Companies." Launched by former Goldman Sachs employees Porter Braswell and Ryan Williams in 2015, the platform empowers members of their community to build their network and apply for professional opportunities.
Join the Advertising and Marketing Association (AMA) in welcoming Anoop Dhakad, a McIntire and AMA alumni and current Partner and Head of Global Client Relations at MKP Capital. Mr. Dhakad has had extensive experience in the financial services sector, having previously conducted head fund manager due diligence for over 10 years at JP Morgan and Lehman Brothers. He also currently serves as a Well Member for charity: water and serves on the Board of Directors for Fedcap.
Thursday, April 26th
Looking for classes to take next fall? Consider Comm 1100! This class is perfect for students from a variety of majors intereted in developing a better understanding of basic business disciplines (finance, strategy, marketing, accounting) and exploring careers in business. The format of this course will be a mix of lecture, led by Professor Kemp and industry professionals, and case activities facilitated by real companies. This is a great opportunity to get your hands dirty with business before deciding to pursue it further or before you go into an internship or job.
Drop by to meet with a Safe Space trained student employee and get help with resumes, cover letters, major choice, and help with your internship/job search!
Tuesdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Apr. 3 - May. 1
Are you seeking a job or an internship this summer? The April Job and Internship Fair is on April 5th from 12 - 3 PM in Newcomb Hall on the 3rd Floor. Check out these Public Service and Government related companies that have actively hired students at UVA.
-Armenian Volunteer Corps
Women in Technology has their Spring Job Fair coming up next Thursday, March 29th ! Many of DC’s top employers will be exhibiting at this event. Both the students and alumni of the University of Virginia are invited to attend. Not only are the exhibitors looking for experienced professionals, but they are also seeking interns and new college graduates for entry level positions as well.
The address for the event is:
Valo Park (formerly the Gannett Building)
It's that time of year again... time to get your resumes ready to include in one of our upcoming Capitol Hill Resume Books! Several times a year, the Public Service and Government career community accepts resumes and cover letters from students interested in being considered for internship and full-time opportunities on Capitol Hill and includes them within a "resume book" that is sent to a number of UVa alumni currently working on the Hill.
Come network with alumni from the African-American and African Studies program! Find out what awesome career paths AA/AS alums have taken and get information and contacts for your own career search. AA/AS majors and minors are particularly invited and encouraged to attend! Open to all students, not just African American/African Studies Majors! Check out Handshake for more details! Below are the brief descriptions of our panelists: