Are you interested in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)? Think you have a revolutionary ICT idea? Want to compete against other students on the international level?
Planning to attend the Fall Job & Internship Fair Oct. 25th and 26th and hoping to find opportunities related to public service and government? Keep an eye out for the employers listed here! Additional details about the days and times each employer will be in attendance can be found on your Handshake account.
Are you interested in a career that gives you the opportunities to tackle the world's toughest challenges in defense, intelligence, homeland security and health markets? Want to learn more about what goes into the engineering, design and implementation of advanced technological systems, from smart grid design and development to integrated complete energy delivery solutions to supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) designs?
Are you interested in Cyber Security, data management, or software development?
Are you feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by all of the pressure from job searches, grad school applications, and maintaining your current commitments? Wondering what you want out of your professional path but don't know how to get there?
Last Friday, September 22nd, marked the date of the UVA Career Center’s inaugural Intelligence and Security Careers Day program. We had over 20 representatives from seven different intelligence and security agencies in attendance, including the CIA, NSA, FBI, DIA, and more. Over 130 students from all years and academic majors attended and reported an overall positive and enlightening experience.
Learn from a fellow UVA undergraduate how a student organization can provide you the necessary resources, skills, and connections to attain your current and future career goals. Courtney Peters is a second year at the University of Virginia currently serving as the Treasurer for Women's Business Forum at McIntire (WBFM). Read on to learn Courtney's journey with WBFM.
What is your current role and overall experience of being involved in WBFM? How have you achieved, or hope to attain personal development?
Research experience as an undergraduate can be a great way to build your resume, and gain practical knowledge about a certain field of interest. Research experience elevates a student’s credentials and looks great on internship, job, or graduate school applications.