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Increase Your Technology Literacy

Christie Julien – March 18th, 2017

From Uncubed

Technology literacy is a serious problem, and we’re not just talking about your parents’ inability to figure out the DVD player.

It’s time to overcome your fear, loathing, or inability to stop talking about The Bachelor and start going deeper on the apparent magic that happens behind your computer screen.

Thrive Conference

Christie Julien – March 18th, 2017

 

Come join Virginia Bio’s one-of-a-kind statewide conference where hundreds of executives from large companies to startups, healthcare providers, nonprofits, research universities, public sector, professional service providers, and an extensive group of large investors will be – ALL UNDER ONE ROOF! 

 

Global Alumna Profile: Dena O'Brien

Genevieve Agar – March 15th, 2017

UVA alumni span the globe in a variety of career industries and geographic locations. One such alumna is Dena O'Brien: originally from Pelham, Alabama, Dena graduated with a B.A. in Anthropology. She was also a Track and Cross Country athlete during her time at UVA. Since graduation, Dena has created a life for herself outside of the United States.

What's your experience working abroad?

Finding an Alternative Major (Major Exploration Series)

Amber Wang – March 15th, 2017

At UVA, there are many majors that do not require a selective process in order to declare them, and there are some majors or tracks that do. Whether or not you receive acceptance into your first choice major programs, it is a wise course of action to plan for alternative majors that can help you get onto the career path that you want. Check out the three steps to finding the best alternative majors for you!

Be a Literacy Lab Tutor: Serve 11 Months, Shape a Lifetime

Julia Thompson – March 15th, 2017

The Literacy Lab places rigorously trained, full-time tutors in high-need preschools and elementary schools, helping close the resource gap for schools so they can close the literacy gap for students. Literacy Lab tutors work full-time for one year with school staff and literacy experts to implement structured, evidence-based interventions with age 3 to grade 3 students on a daily basis. 

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