Guest post from rising fourth-year UVA student Maia Rosewelsh on how her VAM mentor helped her narrow down and achieve her goals for the summer after her third year - and likely beyond!
The YAART Fellos Programs provides an opportunity for young adults to receive training in research methods and act as advisors to research projects. The goal of the program is to partner with the community to discover and design research that answers important questions about the health of transgender and gender non-conforming young people. Check out these FAQS to learn more about YAART fellows.
Who can become a YAART fellow?
Any transgender or gender nonconforming person 18–26 can become a fellow.
Have you ever wanted to advocate for the LGBTQ+ community? Do you enjoy asking questions or solving mysteries? Are you excited to celebrate diversity? We need your help.
The PENN Undergraduate Law Journal (PULJ) is an undergraduate research publication funded by the University of Pennsylvania. PULJ is soliciting submissions from undergraduates for its 9th issue, with submissions due Friday, August 25, 2017 at 11:59pm.
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The annual Washington, D.C. LSAC Law School Forum is coming up! The forum is an excellent opportunity for prospective law students to meet face-to-face and connect with admission representitives from 190 ABA approved law schools. You will also obtain admission materials and financial aid information and attend admission workshops to help you prepare for the law school application process.
What: Workshops from 9 am to 4 pm + Meet with Law Schools from 11 am to 4 pm
When: Saturday, July 22nd
The sun rises at 0501 with roosters from the neighboring park reminding you of the day that is about to begin. Cobble stoned streets awaken with activity in much the same way as when they were laid down during the renaissance. Local pastry, bakery, and coffee shops open their doors throughout the residential streets awaiting the hungry commuter with strong drips of espresso and pain au chocolate. There is diversity among the people on the streets but they all seem to act in unison entering the tram, riding their bicycles, or walking to where they need to be.
Today officially marks the start of my third week here at the American Council of Life Insurers as an economic research intern. Over the past two weeks I’ve become fully immersed in the operations of the trade association while adjusting to the pace of the work week.
I was apprehensive entering the internship as I was unfamiliar with both the industry I would be working to represent and the responsibilities of a job in a traditional office setting. However, I quickly came to realize my fears were unwarranted.