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IBM Consulting Mentorship Program

Anchita Khullar – April 4th, 2018

Attention first and second-years: IBM has launched a new Consulting by Degrees Early Identification Mentorship Program just for you! This is a yearlong program that includes one-on-one career coaching, networking opportunities, and access to private informational sessions. The majority of this program is conducted online and only involves a time commitment of one hour per week. Most importantly, program participants will be able to interview for a summer internship before their fourth year!

Energy Intern for Prince William County VA

Humna Sharif – April 1st, 2018

Prince William County Government | Manassas, Virginia

The Energy Intern position is for an undergraduate student with a desire to gain knowledge about energy efficiency, building science and control systems, utility usage tracking, and energy audits. The energy intern will work with Prince William County’s Energy Coordinator to manage ongoing energy efficiency efforts.

Volunteers needed for the Better Business Challenge

Humna Sharif – April 1st, 2018

Charlottesville Climate Collaborative (C3)
Summer Business Outreach Volunteer Internship

C3 is currently looking for a few enthusiastic change agents to work with C3’s staff to execute its mission of catalyzing local climate action! They specifically need an business outreach intern to help launch the Charlottesville Area Better Business Challenge, a friendly points-based competition encouraging local businesses to increase their energy efficiency, use of renewable energy, and sustainability.

ECYD Alum in Residence: Gene Lemarr

Kalea Obermeyer – March 31st, 2018

Did you miss the ECYD Alum in Residence talk with Gene Lemarr from Little Keswick School? We have you covered!

On Mar. 23 , undergraduate alumni Gene Lemarr came to talk to UVA students about his passion for the Little Keswick School as Staff Training Coordinator, along with Shift Supervisor Jacob Biggs.   

 

Fall 2018 New Legal Writing Course!

Jessica Bowers – March 30th, 2018

ENWR 2520: Legal Writing
Meets Monday's, 6:00 - 8:30 PM

Examines the building blocks of legal writing to sharpen written advoacy skills. Using culturally relevant case studies and legal texts, we'll learn how to write for different audiences -- courts, clients, attorneys. We'll work in teams to craft responses to each other's writing. Both students pursuing legal careers and those seeking to strengthen their persuasive writing will benefit from this course. (Meets second writing requirement).

Summer Law & Leadership Academy

Jessica Bowers – March 28th, 2018

June 3 - 9, 2018

Indiana University Robert McKinney School of Law
Indianapolis, IN

The Summer Law and Leadership Acadmy is a free one-week experience designed to introduce current undergraduate students from historically underrepresented backgrounds to law school and various careers they may pursue with a law degree. If selected, you will learn about hot topics in the law and strengthen your academic skills. The Academy includes:

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