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Willie Williams – August 11th, 2015

You may know this because you identify with a historically underserved minority group or underrepresented population at a historically white university.  In fact there is a growing list of protected classes and potentially marginalized groups contributing to our heterogeneous university community—to our diversity.  However, many of us may not fit in these categories and although it is not historically supported, are diversity, too. 

Scheduling Appointments on CAVLink

Sara Greene – August 5th, 2015

Scheduling an appointment has never been easier. Students can now request an appointment 24/7 via CAVLink! Getting started is easy - follow these steps:

1.) After logging in to CAVLink, click "Request a Counseling Appointment" on the right hand side.

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2.) Filter based on your preferences - appointment type, counselor, day, time and more! Tip: to see more appointment options, try only one or two filters to begin with.

Online Resources now available in CAVLink!

Michelle Ball – July 28th, 2015

The U.Va. Career Center subscribes to many online resources for our students. These include job and internship search tools, career exploration tools, research tools, and more. Previously, many of these resources were located in a section of our website called MyUCS. Now you can find them all in a one-stop shop in CAVLink. To access these resources, log into CAVLink, click the Resources tab, and click the Online Job/Internships Resources link.

These online resources include:

Career Exploration

AOTA Occupational Therapy Virtual Education Fair

UVA Career Center – July 24th, 2015

AOTA Occupational Therapy Virtual Education Fair
August 4-5, 2015

The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) will host its first-ever occupational therapy virtual education fair. Essentially, this is an online grad fair where OT programs across the country can connect and interact with prospective students in a live virtual setting.

To learn more about this opportunity and to register your program alongside some of the top OT schools in the country, please visit

USOAR Applications due Aug 7th

Kyra Greene – July 24th, 2015

Undergraduate Student Opportunities for Academic Research (USOAR) is a program that targets rising first, second, and transfer undergraduate students who do not have previous significant experience in research and are looking to participate in paid research opportunities with faculty members within their area of interest. USOAR not only introduces students to the enriching experiences surrounding research, it also provides students with the chance to build strong relationships with faculty.