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Office Hours in the Fine Arts Library

Taylor Lamb – September 15th, 2017

If you haven't already heard the news, CAMD Office Hours have moved! Now, Thursdays from 3-5, you can come to Kate with your questions in the Fine Arts Library. 

For some of you, this is likely very exciting. For others, maybe you have no idea where that is. Don't worry, we've got you covered. 

Here is how you can get to the Fine Arts Library, if you're headed there from McCormick Road. 

HackCville Summer Launch Program

Christie Julien – September 15th, 2017

Get paid to learn coding, web design, marketing, or data science this summer.

Become a software engineer, web designer, marketer, or data scientist and experience an immersive summer internship at a top Charlottesville startup or tech company. Best of all, w

Get paid to learn coding, web design, marketing, or data science this summer.

Become a software engineer, web designer, marketer, or data scientist and experience an immersive summer internship at a top Charlottesville startup or tech company. 

Launch Academy runs May 21 - August 10.

 

Mini Human Library Event, October 23rd

Hannah Guffey – September 15th, 2017

The International Studies Office and the Human Library, Charlottesville are hosting a mini Human Library event during Global Week at UVA on October 23rd. It is essentially a library, but the "books" will be represented by individuals who have faced challenges, stereotypes and prejudices. Readers (ie UVA students, faculty, staff, community members, etc) will have the chance to "read" these books. Each reading time is 20 minutes, with 5-minutes for the books to share their stories, and 15-minutes to have an open Q&A.

Diversifying Scholarship at UVA Conference, November 10th

Hannah Guffey – September 15th, 2017

The Diversifying Scholarship at UVA interdisciplinary conference  will advance the university’s commitment to inclusivity by promoting scholarship focused on socially marginalized groups, reducing inequality, and alleviating the effects of discrimination. This event will highlight the diverse work being conducted across campus in the arts, social and physical sciences, humanities, education, and beyond.  We seek to promote connections among scholars from different disciplines to foster opportunities for inclusive research, pedagogy, and collaborative problem solving on social issue

Work as a Staff/Communications Assistant for Congressman Joe Courtney

Hannah Guffey – September 15th, 2017

Congressman Joe Courtney (CT-02) is seeking a Staff/Communications Assistant for his Washington, DC office. Staff assistant responsibilities include coordinating flag requests, constituent tours, answering phone calls, maintaining office supplies, greeting visitors, and other front office duties as assigned. Communications assistant responsibilities include compiling daily press clips, creating graphics, drafting press releases, newsletters, and social media content while working directly alongside the communications director.

Hoo's Tech Interviews: Coding Interviews

Tyler Macaluso – September 14th, 2017

Have a technical interview coming up and have no idea what to expect? Want to learn how to gain a competitive edge in the interview process over other applicants?

This is the second publication of a multi-part series on Tech Interviews for Hoo's. Each publication will include different types of tech interviews you might be exposed to, a general overview of how each kind of interviews work, and tips and techniques on the actions you should take during the interview to help you ace the interview and continue on with the rest of the hiring process.

Intern with the Mind & Life Institute!

Hannah Guffey – September 14th, 2017

The Mind & Life Institute is a nonprofit organization founded in 1991, providing grant funding for research projects and think tanks, and hosting academic conferences and Dialogues with the 14th Dalai Lama. Its mission is to alleviate suffering and promote flourishing by advancing the interdisciplinary field of contemplative sciences, deepening understanding of the mind, and promoting evidence-based applications of meditative practices in real-world contexts.

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