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Have any of the below topics crossed your mind?
- What entry-level opportunities exist in the healthcare industry?
- How can I pursue a career in finance, marketing, and strategy... in the healthcare industry?
- What are examples of entrepreneurial or innovation opportunities in healthcare?
- What essential skill sets do I need to enter and succeed in the industry?
- What are the industry trends and how has the disruption of the healthcare delivery model impacted service?
There are several ways to get involved in undergraduate research at UVa. Check out the programs and organizations below.
Can't decide whether to go to graduate school or serve abroad? Peace Corps has an innovative partnership that lets you do both! Through their "Masters International" program, you can integrate Peace Corps service with a master's degree in anything from environmental science to engineering to English, to name just a few. Here's a little information from the Peace Corps about how the program works:
If you are interested in working on issues like global warming, clean water, and a fair political process, consider a job with Impact. Impact is a nonprofit that runs action campaigns for "change in our environment, our democracy, and our future". The fall application deadline is October 18th for jobs starting immediately or in August 2016, and there are also internships available. Learn more here!
Are you thinking about taking your global development career to the next level with a master's degree? Join Devex at their upcoming Virtual Grad School Fair on Thursday, November 5 from 8am-1pm. During this event, Devex will bring together admissions officers from over 20 graduate school programs, including Duke Center for International Development, Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, NYU's College of Global Public Health, University of Bath and many more.
The Fall Job and Internship Fair is coming up on Oct. 28th and 29th! In order to make sure you’re fully prepared (and not waiting until the last minute), we’ve created a Career Fair Countdown! blog series. Whether you’re a fourth year looking for a job after graduation or a first year exploring your career options, tune in to stay ahead of the game for acing the career fair.
AAAS Minority Science Writing Internship:
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is providing the opportunity for minority students who are interested in a career in journalism and writing about science. Students will have a chance to work under the guidance of professional science writers and editors covering many science and technology issues. For more information, visit http://www.aaas.org/page/aaas-minority-science-writers-internship.