Business Community

CIO Spotlight: Women’s Business Forum at McIntire (WBFM)

Jennifer Harvey – September 22nd, 2017

What is WBFM?

The Women’s Business Forum at McIntire (WBFM) provides an open forum to discuss issues that are unique to gender and explore the challenges faced in work and family relationships. Although we are McIntire-affiliated, we accept students from across the University. This group is open to all female-identifying students.

COUNTDOWN TO #AFROTECH17

Tyler Macaluso – September 21st, 2017

Want to partake in a discussion about various contemporary issues between tech and culture with some of the leading Black techies, though leaders and entrepreneurs? Interested in taking workshops designed to develop practical skills for engineers, business leaders, and developers?

Get Involved with the Undergraduate Real Estate Club at UVA

Jennifer Harvey – September 14th, 2017

The Undergraduate Real Estate Club at UVA is looking for members who are interested in anything real estate. The club was formed about a year ago and consists of 50+ loyal members. There is no application process and all interested individuals are encouraged to check out a meeting. This year, the Exec Board plans to facilitate group discussions ranging from real estate finance to development and brokerage. Additionally, guest speakers are lined up for presentations to share their insights and expertise of the real estate profession.

Take Advantage of Mock Interviews on 9/19

Jennifer Harvey – September 8th, 2017

The UVA Career Center is offering Mock Interviews with Employers and UVA Alums on September 19th. Sign up for a 45-minute, stress-free session with an employer to practice your interview skills and receive personal feedback on your resume. Don’t miss out! 

Mock Interviews being offered:
Accounting
Business General
Consulting
Education
Finance
General Behavioral
Technology

Business Community: New Year, New Faces

Jennifer Harvey – September 8th, 2017

We like to practice what we preach in the Business Community and take our own professional development seriously. This summer, Sara and Kelly, the OGs of the Business Community were promoted and started new roles in the office. While we are sad to see them go, we are happy for their growth and new contributions to the UVA Career Center. With their departure, we gained a new team member, Dillon Kuhn. Dillon joins us from the Employer Relations team and will focus his effort on entreprenuership and academic coursework.

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