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Apply to Staff the Virginia International Crisis Simulation!

Laura Alexander – February 23rd, 2017

Applications accepted on a rolling basis; conference runs March 23-26.
The Virginia International Crisis Simulation is a weekend-long historical and modern-day policy simulation held at UVA and attended by over 400 college students from around the world. Apply to staff the conference and meet other college students with a passion for history, foreign affairs, and public policy. For more information, email Alexa Iadrola at vics.chiefofstaff@gmail.com.

Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center at UVA: Intern at the Women’s Center in 2017-18

Winnie Tsao – February 23rd, 2017

The Women’s Center’s internship program is a selective engaged scholarship opportunity in social justice advocacy. In this learning and leadership opportunity, classroom study is combined with working on one of several teams at the Women’s Center under the guidance of a member of our staff. The practical experience that our interns gain during the academic year provides a context in which they can better understand their coursework and a foundation upon which they can build careers in a variety of fields.

Women’s Center Programs on which Intern Teams Work

Do I Need an Internship or Not?

Daisy Xu – February 22nd, 2017

University students are eager to find opportunities either due to genuine interests or peer pressure. Finding internships is one of the lingering topics among students, and students who secure internships will be asked frequently by peers of how they find those internships. Doing internships almost becomes a default that students have to do some time during college years. While one needs working experience to build the resume, it has more long-term effects to think about what internships could do for you than only focusing on the quantity of things you do.

Apply for the 2017-2018 Internship at LGBTQ Center!

Yuyan Zhang – February 22nd, 2017

The mission of the LGBTQ Center is to foster the development of LGBTQ students, faculty, staff, alumni, and allies. Founded under the Office of the Dean of Students in 2001, with generous financial support from the Serpentine Society, the LGBTQ Center works to raise awareness and inclusion of sexual and gender diversities through programs, outreach, and services that support the advancement of the LGBTQ community.

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