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Legislative Correspondent (application deadline Monday, December 18, 2017)

Anna Sullivan – December 15th, 2017

Congressman Jamie Raskin seeks an experienced Legislative Correspondent for his Washington, D.C. office. Responsibilities include organizing and managing an active mail program, ensuring quick response times, conducting legislative research, and performing other duties as assigned. Applicants must be detail-oriented and extremely organized, possess superior writing and editing skills, and be able to manage and prioritize a variety of assignments under tight deadlines.  Previous legislative correspondence experience is strongly preferred.

GMAT Fast Facts

Cathryn Davis – December 15th, 2017

What is the GMAT?
The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is a standardized test required for acceptance into Graduate School. It consists of four sections: analytical writing assessment, integrated reasoning, quantitative and verbal (in this order). This test is in your interest even if you are not looking to do a Masters in Business Administration program. Programs that accept the GMAT include focus areas of: marketing, hospitality, and international relations, along with a variety of others.

North Carolina Diversity Law Day

Jessica Bowers – December 13th, 2017

Saturday, January 27th, 2018
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Wake Forest School of Law
Worrell Professional Center
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston Salem, NC

The six North Carolina law schools, in collaboration with Methodist University, join forces to provide informaton, access, and direction on how to

DiscoverLaw.org Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars Program (PLUS)

Jessica Bowers – December 13th, 2017

May 28 - June 22, 2018
University of Maine School of Law in Portland, Maine

Maine Law is proud to host DiscoverLaw.org PLUS this year. In this 4-week summer immersion program, college students will learn oral, written, and leadership skills that will be useful in any community and in any career. This program is targeted, but not limited to, college students from racial and ethnic minority backgrounds and first generation college students.

Cost: Free. Housing, meals, and $1,000 stipend included.

Change the Conversation: Be a part of the National Millennial Community through the UVA Career Center!

Kate Melton – December 11th, 2017

The National Millennial Community was founded in 2015 by Bill Imada, Chairman and Chief Connectivity Officer of IW Group, Inc. Bill has brought together a community of millennial thinkers who strive to change the conversation about the millennial generation. In our effort to change the conversation, the National Millennial Community has executed multiple think tank conversations with key influencers in media and business.  Previous conversations have included executives from NBCUniversal, Weber Shandwick, Warner Brothers, and the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Sustainability Skills Courses from the US Green Building Council

Christie Julien – December 3rd, 2017

Do you have an interest in sustainability?The University of Virginia Office for Sustainability has partnered with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) as a way for students, faculty, and staff to increase awareness and improve knowledge of sustainability, as well as earn professional credentials. This unlimited online education platform is available to support students across Grounds and further the UVA Sustainability Plan for 2016-2020.

Research Experience for Undergraduate Programs at the University of Wisconsin- Madison

Tyler Macaluso – November 30th, 2017

Are you interested in summer research opportunities? Have the desire to go somewhere new to learn about exciting, cutting-edge developments in fields such as nanotechnology, organic chemistry, and renewable energy? Then this opportunity to conduct research this upcoming summer at UW-Madison is for you!

More information about what the program is, what it entails, and how to register can be found in the flyers below:

 

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