Are you a freshman or sophomore who is interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics? Join us for our Bank of America Campus Connect 3-part STEM-Series hosted by our Global Technology, Global Quantitative Finance, and Sales and Trading teams. In each session, we will explore how STEM affects the daily happenings at a global bank and how you can get involved. See handout for more details about each webcast.
New York Arts Practicum, Call for Applications Summer 2017
New York City, June 5, 2017 – July 28, 2017
Application Deadline: March 13, 2017
Deciding to embark on a career search can frazzle even the most “Zen” of minds. There are countless working parts and a multitude of aspects to consider when it comes to starting and staying the course of a targeted job search. Résumés, LinkedIn, online applications, face-to-face networking—and those are just the basics. When the "how to" of reaching your career goals begins to pull you in myriad directions, how do you keep the search mindful?
To be mindful simply means to be present. To remain conscious in your actions. To give purpose to your intent.
I've spoken to a fair number of students who know they are interested in the Life and Physical Sciences, but aren't quite sure what to do with it beyond medicine and research. One area to consider is Synthetic Biology, the application of engineering concepts to biology, often at the molecular level. For those of you interested in Chem Engineering, Biochemistry, Biology and Chemistry, I may be speaking your language. CBinsights, a Data science firm has mapped 67 Biosynthetic startups, and the results are varied and eclectic.
Apply for an URN Travel Grant
Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis; conference runs March 23-26.
The Virginia International Crisis Simulation is a weekend-long historical and modern-day policy simulation held at UVA and attended by over 400 college students from around the world. Apply to staff the conference and meet other college students with a passion for history, foreign affairs, and public policy. For more information, email Alexa Iadrola at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Women’s Center’s internship program is a selective engaged scholarship opportunity in social justice advocacy. In this learning and leadership opportunity, classroom study is combined with working on one of several teams at the Women’s Center under the guidance of a member of our staff. The practical experience that our interns gain during the academic year provides a context in which they can better understand their coursework and a foundation upon which they can build careers in a variety of fields.
Women’s Center Programs on which Intern Teams Work