Interested in teaching or conducting research abroad? Have a passion for multicultural living? Have language experience? Attend a Fulbright Scholarship information session!
We’ve all heard the saying “it’s not about what you know, but who you know.” Online and offline, networking can help expose career opportunities. Learn how to raise your profile and increase your chances of being at the right place at the right time. Join Uncubed for a panel with Perry Piep, Product Specialist @ Splash, and Joshua Ness, Senior Manager of Open Innovation @ Verizon Thursday, February 22 from 7-8PM EST.
In order to find the best cities for diveristy in STEM, SmartAsset.com compiled a list of cities with the largest STEM workforce. They analyzed the industry to see who had the largest racial and gender diveristy. Check out their methodolgies through this link and the top ten below. You can also take a look at the numbers from 2016 to see how the landscape has changed.
On March 29th (10am – 3pm) the National Ground Intelligence Center (in Charlottesville – just past the airport) will be hosting a Career Fair! There over 30 fulltime and internship positions available and NGIC is authorized to make same day offers to qualified candidates.
The ABA Scholarship Fund is intended to encourage racial and ethnic minority students to apply to law school and to provide financial assistance to these students. You will be awarded $5,000 of financial assistance annually if you attend or plan to attend an ABA-accredited law school. An award made to an entering first-year student may be renewable for two additional years, resulting in financial assistance totaling $15,000 during his or her time in law school.
This conference is designed to reach minority high school and college students who are considering or planning to attend law school. You will have the great opportunity to:
Hear from law school deans
Find out what admissions officers are looking for in an applicant
Participate in a mock law school class
Speak with current law school students and practicing attorneys
It looks like Intel is taking the lead for tech companies who realize the importance of diversity in the workplace. Intel made a $300 million investment to diversify its workforce, entrepreneur funding, and supply chain in 2015. Since then, the overall gap between Intel's workforce and full representation is down by 65%. In 2014, Intel reported that its workforce was unrepresentative by a gap of 2,300 people. In 2017, that number has gone down to 801.
Finding Work that Matters: A Career Design Workshop for UVA Undergraduates
The thought of finding a job feels totally overwhelming. You want to do work that matters, but you’re stuck on where to start and feeling pressure to make decisions.
Figuring out what we want after college requires action, but we usually don’t have the time or the tools to find a clear answer.
Become confident in how you talk about what comes next in a way that gets people to help you succeed.