Spring 2016 Employer Relations Update

David Lapinski – February 28th, 2017

There are a lot of myths about Career Services, but one of the most prominent is that career centers only support students interested in business or technology careers. While organizations in these areas tend to dominate campus recruiting programs across the country (simply because of their planned recruiting models and high staffing needs), these disciplines don’t reflect the diverse interests of UVA students.  Many students will pursue opportunities in consulting, finance, and technology, but our team is always looking to diversify UVA’s reach within other industries.

Bank of America Webinar Series: Line of Business 101

UVA Career Center – February 20th, 2017

Are you a freshman or sophomore who wants to learn more about their 2017 Insight Week and 2018 Summer Internships?  In order to better serve and educate you on what Bank of America has to offer, they are hosting a series of Webcasts throughout the spring.  Below is a menu of their Line of Business 101 presentations.  Please join Bank of America for any and all in order to dig deeper into your interests and our opportunities. For details about what will be covered in each webcast, please refer to the information below. Further information provided when you register.

Become a Community Organizer with DART

UVA Career Center – November 18th, 2016

Interested in pursuing a career in community organizing? Passionate about working on social-justice related issues? The Direct Action and Resource Training Center (DART) might be the perfect post-graduation opportunity for you.

If you missed their information session on Wednesday, November 16, we’ve recapped all the important information below.

Fall 2016 Employer Relations Update

David Lapinski – August 15th, 2016

To support students through their development, the Career Center relies on the engagement of alumni and parents to help students through their professional and personal growth. As parents, there are numerous ways you can support these phases, but one of the most critical is offering your time to help students understand industry specific trends and job search strategies. 

Cornell Women in Investment (WIN) Conference

Jennifer Harvey – August 12th, 2016

Dates: October 6-7, 2016

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Fee: There is no cost to attend the conference. Cornell will cover the loding for one Stock Pitch Team (4 individuals). Students are responsible for transportation to and around Boston. 

Who Should Apply: Third and Fourth year women who are interested in pursuing investment management

Why You Should Consider Attending:


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