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Cultivating Personal and Professional Mindfulness

Christie Julien – March 9th, 2017

From UVA Today

Companies from Google to Ford have begun offering mindfulness courses to their employees, arguing that the benefits – more productive, engaged and healthier employees – far outweigh the costs.

At the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, marketing professor David Mick teaches a popular “Wisdom and Well-Being” course equipping business students with philosophical concepts and mindfulness practices that could improve their personal and professional lives.

Do I Need an Internship or Not?

Daisy Xu – February 22nd, 2017

University students are eager to find opportunities either due to genuine interests or peer pressure. Finding internships is one of the lingering topics among students, and students who secure internships will be asked frequently by peers of how they find those internships. Doing internships almost becomes a default that students have to do some time during college years. While one needs working experience to build the resume, it has more long-term effects to think about what internships could do for you than only focusing on the quantity of things you do.

Apply for the 2017-2018 Internship at LGBTQ Center!

Yuyan Zhang – February 22nd, 2017

The mission of the LGBTQ Center is to foster the development of LGBTQ students, faculty, staff, alumni, and allies. Founded under the Office of the Dean of Students in 2001, with generous financial support from the Serpentine Society, the LGBTQ Center works to raise awareness and inclusion of sexual and gender diversities through programs, outreach, and services that support the advancement of the LGBTQ community.

Understanding the Federal Hiring Freeze and Its Impact on Your Search

Dreama Johnson – February 2nd, 2017

If you have applied to an internship or job with a federal agency, or are considering applying, you likely have questions about how the Presidential Memorandum (PM) entitled “Hiring Freeze” affects your internship or job search.  In this blog post we will offer our insights, share important resources, and answer the questions we’re hearing most often in office hours and appointments.  Please know that the Career Center is here to support you and help you navigate your search, for federal jobs and internships as well as in other areas.

BioTech Speed Dating With Health Unbound!

Christie Julien – January 31st, 2017

Welcome back! 

We'll get right to it.  This semester we are so excited to host several companies for a one-of-a-kind mixer right before Valentine's Day:  
 

Biotech Speed Dating 
 

Who knows, you might find your match :).  Speak one-on-one with representatives from a diverse group of local biotech companies on February 13th.  Explore future career possibilities and make connections with leading professionals.  

When: Monday, February 13th
Time: 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Where: Boylan Heights, 102 14th St. NW

Represented Companies Include:

UVA Global Internships

Taylor Lamb – January 26th, 2017

The Office of Global Internships is excited to announce that it has begun posting internship opportunities for summer 2017 on Handshake. Positions are available in a diversity of fields, including architecture, marketing, education, international community development, and many others. Locations range from Belgium to India, Morocco to China, Argentina to Indonesia. Of special note is our new UVA 6-credit internship program in Shanghai for non-Chinese speakers! Application deadlines vary, and additional positions will be rolled out in the coming days.

The 4 Ps of Health Tech

Christie Julien – December 8th, 2016

Innovators in the health tech space today are betting that by leveraging data and technology, we can finally make progress on some of America's most difficult health challenges — tough problems like cancer, cardiovascular disease and stroke, which together account for 7 in 10 deaths and 86 percent of the nation's overall health costs.

How to Develop Your Student's Career Over the Holiday

Hannah Guffey – December 5th, 2016

With winter break just around the corner, your student may be feeling a number of emotions about classes, majors, careers, and the future. One of the best things you can do as a parent is to listen and keep an open mind when it comes to your student’s academic major and career decision planning. Consider some of the following ideas from the UVA Career Center for supporting your student over the next few weeks as they reflect on the past semester and look for ways to actively explore their interests and career goals over vacation.

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