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Cultures of Work: Japan

Anchita Khullar – April 12th, 2018

If you are interested in working aborad, come hear Mr. Tasuya Hasegawa, a 2nd year Darden student discuss his experience in the Japanese banking sector April 16th at 4:30PM in the Language Commons! This is a great opportunity to learn about the Japanese work and business culture. There will be a short presentation followed by time for an open Q&A as well as free snacks!

Blockchain Technologies: UN Agencies Employ Blockchain to Help People In Crisis Situations

Tyler Macaluso – March 25th, 2018

Blockchain technologies have rapidly risen in prominence within recent years, alongside Bitcoin and other cryptocurricies that operate based upon the a blockchain, allowing for digital payments through a peer-to-peer system. The basic functioning of a blockchain is as its name suggests- a series of 'blocks' that contains information ranging from financial transactions to personal identity information.

Connecting your CIO to your Future: Alternative Spring Break

Kaitlyn Diaz – February 21st, 2018

Check out this week’s spotlight on Alternative Spring Break (ASB) featuring the President of ASB, Gillean Kelly, who is a fourth year majoring in Biology. ASB is a completely student-run service organization that sends UVA students on service trips during spring break. The trips are both domestic and international, and there is a wide range of service activities available. ASB service trips combine self-reflection, service learning, and group dialogue to stimulate an enriching and meaningful experience for every participant. Read on to learn Gillean’s journey with ASB.

NGIC Career Fair

Katharine McDonough – February 12th, 2018

On March 29th (10am – 3pm) the National Ground Intelligence Center (in Charlottesville – just past the airport) will be hosting a Career Fair! There over 30 fulltime and internship positions available and NGIC is authorized to make same day offers to qualified candidates.

Graduate Rotational Program in Science, Operations and Commercial Concenrations with Johnson Matthey

Tyler Macaluso – February 6th, 2018

Johnson Matthey is currently looking to fill a number of openings for their US Graduate Rotational Program, which is an 8-month program meant to help fulfill and develop rapid professional progression and future leadership roles, with different locations in the US and spanning across various business sectors. Current opportunities to join JM's Graduate Rotational Program are available in three streams: Science, Operations and Commercial.

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