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7 Events for 1st and 2nd Years interested in J.P. Morgan

Rachel Ross – March 13th, 2017

You heard it here first! J.P. Morgan is here nice and early to make sure you're prepared for the 3rd year internship rush. Take this opportunity to learn about the different job functions that J.P. Morgan offers, learn how to prepare for fall interviews, and start to gain a network at the firm.

J.P. Morgan Campus Ambassador Networking Event

Internship Opportunity with the Library of Virginia

Julia Thompson – March 13th, 2017

The Institute for Public History at UVA has internships available for this summer in Richmond, VA. Positions are paid, and require 300 hours of work. Note that housing is not provided. Undergrads, May 2017 graduates, and graduate students are all eligible to apply. All majors are welcome to apply as well.


LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA -- Richmond, VA -- Online collections management and women's history research 

Teaching at Independent Schools

Julia Thompson – March 13th, 2017

Interested in Teaching at Independent Schools? Peter Hufnagel, Dean of Faculty at the Miller School of Albemarle, will give a talk on independent schools--what is distinctive about teaching at such schools (especially boarding schools) and what they look for in applicants. 

WHEN: Friday, March 24 at 2:00 PM

WHERE: Faculty Lounge on the second floor of Bryan Hall (Room 229)

SPEAKER: Peter Hufagel, Dean of Faculty at the Miller School of Albemarle

Cultivating Personal and Professional Mindfulness

Christie Julien – March 9th, 2017

From UVA Today

Companies from Google to Ford have begun offering mindfulness courses to their employees, arguing that the benefits – more productive, engaged and healthier employees – far outweigh the costs.

At the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, marketing professor David Mick teaches a popular “Wisdom and Well-Being” course equipping business students with philosophical concepts and mindfulness practices that could improve their personal and professional lives.

Student Council Service Scholar Program

Halley Trinh – March 8th, 2017

The first Service Scholar Program event is tentatively on March 30th from 6-8 pm in the Newcomb South Meeting Room. The Public Service committee plans to have an introduction of the program by the project’s working group and an introduction to the new logging system with time for questions from participants. In addition to food and time for attendees to network with each other, there will be design thinking workshops to develop solutions for community problems, such as homelessness, hunger, illiteracy, and refugee rights.

Loving What You Can Do With LinkedIn? Check Out CareerShfit.

Christie Julien – March 7th, 2017

So often we will encourage students to add networking to their list of career activities.  Networking can connect you to potential mentors, opportunities, jobs and internships that might not necessarily be available to the wider public.  Add to this the fact that UVA alumni are often very eager to connect with current students.  LinkedIn is available to everyone, but the Career Center pays for an amazing resource named CareerShift. 

CareerShift allows you to 

Perella Weinberg Partners - Women's Advisory Prep Program

Kelly Kennedy – March 7th, 2017

At Perella Weinberg Partners, we strive to recruit Analysts of exceptional
ability and dynamic points of view. We’ve found that diverse perspectives
produce the most innovative solutions to complex problems. Our
Women’s Advisory Prep Program provides a collaborative environment
where you’ll acquire the skills, knowledge and network to prepare you for
your professional pursuits in investment banking.

April 20-21, 2017

767 Fifth Ave.

New York City, NY

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