The Partnership for Public Service has created an extremely helpful resource for applicants to federal government jobs. The federal hiring freeze was lifted on April 12, but at that time the Office of Management and Budget also directed agencies to submit plans for reducing the size of the federal workforce, so there's a lot to sort through.
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?
The USDA Food and Nutrition Service’s (FNS) Office of Community Food Systems (OCFS) helps child nutrition program operators incorporate local foods in the National School Lunch Program and its associated programs, as well as the Summer Food Service Program and Child and Adult Care Food Program. OCFS accomplishes this through grant making, training and technical assistance and research.
Join the fight against inequality, poverty, racism, and sexism in the South! Unese a la lucha contra la desigualdad, pobreza, racismo, y sexismo en el Sur! Miami Workers Center (MWC) is recruiting interns and community organizers to assist in its growing domestic worker organizing and advocacy program.
This is a blurb about MWC:
American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) Internship
Looking for funding for your project? Green Grounds, UVA Sustainability, the Minority Rights Coalition, and Hackcville are hosting the second annual SustainaPitch Night: Social Justice Edition on Thursday, April 20th from 5:30-7:00 PM at Open Grounds (located across the street from Boylan Heights). Free Mellow Mushroom will be provided. The event will consist of pitches for projects that explore environmental and equitable themes from students, CIOs, faculty, and staff.
Teach for China is holding an online info session for its 2017-2019 teaching fellowship on April 12th 20:00 EST (17:00 PST). This info session will include:
The University of Virginia Libraries will be hosting the Museum of Impact (MOI) at UVA in fall 2017.
Women in Computing Sciences and Take Back the Night are co-hosting a Hackathon from April 22nd - 23rd. The goal is to create hacks preventing sexual assault and violence. It will start at 9am in Rice Hall in the Common Area on the first floor. Everyone from the UVA community is welcome to attend to meet new people, develop new skills, and create hacks to prevent sexual assault. No prior experience or skills necessary! All you need is a computer, a sleeping bag, and a few ideas! There will be food, prizes, and fun!