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BRG’s Annual Case Competition

Tiffani Kennedy – February 20th, 2017

DETAILS: BRG’s Annual Case Competition will take place Thursday, March 30 – Friday, March 31st in Monroe Hall. Please refer to the information below for a detailed itinerary of events.

Thursday, March 30th 

  • 5:00 – 6:00pm - Case Kick Off with food at Monroe Hall
  • You will have the remainder of the evening to work with your team in solving the case

March 31st (Friday)

Bank of America Webinar Series: Line of Business 101

Tiffani Kennedy – February 20th, 2017

Ever wonder what opportunities Bank of America has for students interested in Finance? Well, lucky for you Bank of America is rolling out their premiere Campus Connect Virtual Webcast Series. This series is meant to educate interested students, like you, of Bank of America’s numerous internship opportunities.

At Bank of America, they’ll match your drive and ambition to where you can make a real impact. As one of the world’s largest financial institutions, Bank of America’s global connections allow you to create a career on your own terms.

Bank $1,500: McKinsey In STEM Award

Tiffani Kennedy – February 20th, 2017


McKinsey & Company is excited to announce the inaugural Women in STEM Award.  This award will recognize talented women exploring opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math during their college journey.

The recipient of this Award will receive $1,500, and an invitation to an exclusive STEM leaders group with a discussion board and video chats to build your STEM leaders network, and a dedicated mentor from McKinsey. Whoa, what a deal!

CS Major? Artist? Apply to be an Arts Scholar!

Khanh Tran – February 20th, 2017

Each year, UVA's Miller Arts Scholars program welcomes in a new class of artists.

Our community includes engineers who sculpt and musicians who code.
Through grant and mentorship opportunities with prominent arts faculty, dancers have worked with Parkinson’s patients and actors have studied classical techniques in London.

In addition, you'll enjoy perks such as priority enrollment(!!!)
We welcome all rising 2nd & 3rd years to apply!

Ed Policy Trek to D.C.

Julia Thompson – February 20th, 2017

WHAT: Education Policy Trek

WHEN: Friday, March 24, 2017 from 8 AM - 5 PM

WHERE: Washington, D.C.

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Interested in Education and/or Policy? Come along on the Education Policy Trek, where we will visit various companies related to education policy so you can learn more about the field! We will be visiting....


Spring Break Externship Program

Yuyan Zhang – February 19th, 2017

The Externship program through the Center for Engineering Career Development at the University of Virginia is designed to match students with employers and present students the opportunity to experience a job setting outside of a typical internship arrangement. Externships are typically unpaid and last for a few days. Often the externship will involve a student shadowing an employee of the company to learn more about a particular type of work or industry.  Participating in this program does not guarantee a paid internship or a full-time position.