Women

Check out the Diversi-TEA Career Conversations Series!

Jasmine Jackson – October 12th, 2017

Diversi-Tea Career Conversations is a series of informal chats with alumni and friends of the university around topics including: personal identity and career exploration, navigating recruitment and applications, and building community through mentors and networks.

Coming up:

Wednesday, 10/18, 4 pm, Multicultural Student Center - Diversi-TEA Career Conversations: Peace Corp Alum, Michael Swanberg

Connecting your CIO to your Future: Women's Business Forum at McIntire

Kaitlyn Diaz – September 26th, 2017

Learn from a fellow UVA undergraduate how a student organization can provide you the necessary resources, skills, and connections to attain your current and future career goals. Courtney Peters is a second year at the University of Virginia currently serving as the Treasurer for Women's Business Forum at McIntire (WBFM). Read on to learn Courtney's journey with WBFM.


What is your current role and overall experience of being involved in WBFM? How have you achieved, or hope to attain personal development?

Google Google Everything

Tyler Macaluso – September 8th, 2017

Are you interested in pursuing a career in a career in software development, data management, or web development? Have a tech interview coming up and don't know how to prepare for it or what to expect from a technical interview? Want to learn more about the diverse possibilities and paths within STEM fields and other related sectors?

Google will be hosting events at UVA to that will provide information to all of the questions above and more! These events include

 

Take Back The Night By Hacking!

Christie Julien – April 5th, 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!

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