Program cost $11,725
Application deadline: Oct. 1, 2016
Students must have intermediate level Spanish language skills to apply
The program includes:
- An intensive Spanish course during the month of January
- One or two UF business courses (online)
- One or two classes from Universidad Nebrija (varied subjects to choose from)
- A 3-month internship (Feb-April)
- Lodging in a centrally located Madrid apartment
- Orientations, excursions, on-ground transportation, networking events
Schedule an appointment with a Heavener study abroad advisor by calling 352.273.0151
In memory of our late Chairman and FIE founder Sharif Rahman, the Sharif Rahman Memorial Scholarship program was established in 2003 for FIE students. Sharif was an international educator of the highest integrity whose vision and energy shaped the development of FIE and enriched the field of education abroad.
SEMESTER & QUARTER PROGRAMS
- Spring/Fall Semester
- Fall/Winter/Spring Quarter
- Spring/Fall Semester (DBS, TCD, UCD)
- Spring Semester & Winter/Spring Quarter: September 15
- Fall Semester & Fall Quarter: March 15
Students can choose from three application routes:
Route 1: Diversity and Inclusivity; Challenges & Opportunities Faced by Underrepresented Groups
Route 2: Environmental Responsibility
Route 3: Charity: The Marol Academy, South Sudan
These various pathways provide students with the opportunity to engage in meaningful cultural immersion and social responsibility projects and activities.
Any students looking for a part-time job in the Gainesville area, please see the following opportunity.
Costa Vida Now Hiring
3581 S.W. Archer Road
Gainesville, Fl. 32608
Monday- Friday 10am – 4pm
Costa Vida was born on the beautiful beaches of coastal Mexico, inspired by the lifestyle that pushes you to catch the wave – rather than stand on the sidelines to let life pass you by. This coastal lifestyle encourages passionately pursuing what makes you happy and gaining satisfaction from doing things the right way. We believe fresh food created with passion, from scratch using real ingredients, just tastes better! We know the difference and our customers can taste the difference.
Following a trip to Cabo San Lucas, Costa Vida founders JD and Sarah Gardner were inspired with a vision. While the surf lapped at their feet and they enjoyed the delicious freshly made local cuisine, they brainstormed how they could bring this vibrant lifestyle and incredible cuisine home with them. The result was the first Costa Vida location in Layton, Utah.
Being true to the cuisine of coastal Mexico, Costa Vida food is made fresh in each restaurant’s kitchen. Each tortilla is hand crafted daily and served hot, ensuring that no customer will ever have to eat a factory-made tortilla pulled from a bag. The sweet pork and shredded beef are perfectly seasoned and slow-cooked for several hours to create the signature intense aroma and flavors of Costa Vida. Led by our Certified Executive Chef, Costa Vida uses only the highest-quality, all-natural ingredients to create flavorful, award-winning meals that leave guests energized, inspired, and looking forward to their next visit.
Since the first restaurant opened in 2003, people have embraced the Costa Vida Lifestyle. Today, Costa Vida is one of the fastest growing restaurant franchises in North America with locations across the United States and Canada
We are currently hiring Team Members for all positions.
Full & Part Time; Ideal shifts for students
Team Members are hired and trained with an opportunity to develop a career with Costa Vida.
Join the Regional Diversity Insight Experience, for students who self-identify as Black or Hispanic. During this half day insight event, the sessions will provide you with an overview of the firm and career opportunities and help prepare you to be successful in securing a 2017 summer internship. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with the senior leaders from different backgrounds, build your network and participate in personal branding workshops, resume and mock interview sessions designed to position you for career success.
August 26th, Atlanta, GA [Apply Here]
September 1st, Miami, FL [Apply Here]
September 8th, Washington, D.C. [Apply Here]
September 12th, Dallas, TX [Apply Here]
We would like to extend a warm invitation to you and the members of Warrington College of Business Administration to join us in serving our Gainesville community through the BCLS Gator Plunge Day of Service. During Gator Plunge, our volunteers branch out around the Gainesville area to different sites to provide beneficial service to our community. Volunteers can participate in a variety of services that range from working with animals, alleviating environmental issues, and many more interesting activities.
Please consider participating in this event and making a positive impact on our amazing Gainesville community. Gator Plunge will take place on Saturday, September 24, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Volunteer registration takes place from August 25 through September 21. Please see the Gator Plunge webpage of The Brown Center for Leadership and Service website for more details.
We also have great leadership opportunities! Interested individuals can apply to be site leaders. Gator Plunge site leaders gain important leadership and facilitation experiences. They are essential to the success of Gator Plunge! Training will be provided to include skills on volunteer motivation and reflection. Site leader applications are open now to September 9.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Laura Guzman at LauraGu@Leadershipandservice.ufl.edu.
Looking for a way to leave your legacy and influence a young person’s life? Work with students ranging in age from elementary to high school through the Mentor UF program, an arm of the UF Brown Center for Leadership and Service. Hours are flexible to your schedule. Applications for Fall 2016 close Friday, August 26. For more info, email email@example.com.
The Brown Center for Leadership and Service is very excited about our monthly social issue education initiative E3 (Educate. Empower. Engage.) Each month we focus on a new social issue. Upcoming issues include education inequality, disabilities awareness, food security, civic engagement, civil rights, women’s empowerment, and mental health.
The Center partners with a campus department, a UF student organization, and a campus partner to bring information about these issues to our students, faculty, and staff. By visiting the Center, you will learn what UF is doing to improve the issue, what UF student organizations are doing to make things better, and what our city is doing to improve the issue. We even have service projects right here in our office for you to do!
Our August issue is environmental preservation (waste reduction). We are partnering with the UF Office of Sustainability, Gators Going Green, Greeks Going Green, and The Repurpose Project. People can make their own t-shirt yarn! Bring in an old t-shirt or use one of ours.
The Center is located in Suite 2015 on Level 2 of the Reitz Union.
Are you an undergraduate student passionate about public service? Interested in spending the spring semester in Tallahassee working with a legislator or lobbying firm? Want to kick-start career opportunities in government?
The Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida offers the Tallahassee Semester Internship program each spring term to coincide with Florida’s legislative session. During the spring semester, the Center offers up to 20 internships throughout Florida government, including positions with the legislature, governor’s office and executive branch agencies, the news media and various associations and lobbying organizations. A stipend and housing are provided.
Join us in Room 210, Pugh Hall, for more information on one of the following days:
– Wednesday, August 31, at 5 p.m. (Ice-Cream Social kick-off event in the Ocora, Pugh Hall)
– Thursday, September 8, at 4 p.m.
– Tuesday, September 13, at 4 p.m.
– Wednesday, September 21, at 4 p.m.
– Tuesday, September 27, at 5 p.m. (tentative)
Questions? Email Dr. Sheila Dickison at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 352-846-1575.
Elective – Full Semester: “Dilemmas and Debates: An Entrepreneurship Speaker Series” – ENT 4934/ Section 3A12 – M, Periods 11-E1 in BRY 130
The outline of speakers is shown below:
August 22 THE DILEMMA OF STARTING OUT OF SCHOOL VS. WAITING
Trevor Abbott, Jason Gonos, Shawn Shepherd
August 29 THE DILEMMA OF STRATEGY IN ENTREPRENEURIAL STARTUPS
Kelly Bousman, Sue Ward, Yatit Thakker
September 12 THE DILEMMA OF FAILURE AND SUCCESS
September 19 THE DILEMMA OF THE INDIVIDUAL VS. THE TEAM
Abhi Lokesh, Wade Swinkle
September 26 THE DILEMMA OF SOCIAL VENTURES
Howard Baskin, Mike Myers, Marty Mesh, Matt Howland
October 3 THE DILEMMA OF BEING A MANAGER AND AN ENTREPRENEUR
Robert Miles, Brent Berthy, Ethan Fieldman, Tim Cannon
October 10 THE DILEMMA OF FINANCIAL DISCIPLINE, CONTROLS, AND VALUE IN A START UP
Tom Johnson, Marty Schaffel, TBA
October 24 THE DILEMMA OF FAMILY BUSINESS
Bobby Newman, Chris Tassin, Tim Tassin
October 31 THE DILEMMA OF WOMEN AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Leah Lytle, Kim Kaupe
November 7: THE DILEMMA OF SURVIVORSHIP & REINVENTING YOURSELF
Marty Schaffel, Carol Bosshardt
November 14 THE DILEMMA OF STARTING WITH NOTHING
Greg Muzillo, Joe Cirulli, Scott Sims, Justin Zhou
November 21 ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN A STARTUP
Darin Cook, Steve Hagenbuckle, Diana Wallace
November 28 THE DILEMMA OF DEBT VS. EQUITY
Marc Blumenthal, Ken McGurn, Augi Lye
Join us for our upcoming Master of International Business Program (MIB) information session on Thursday, September 8th at 10:30am in Hough Hall 120.
The MIB program is a flexible one-year graduate business degree designed to equip students with global management business skills and set them apart from the competition. The first 45 minutes of the session will be for students interested in all admissions options: Traditional, Combined or Dual Degree.
The second hour will be dedicated to only combined applicants. You will learn how to start your master’s while still earning your Bachelor’s Degree, use scholarships towards graduate courses and complete a specific course timeline.
Limited spaces are available so please RSVP at: http://bit.ly/MIBInfoSession
More information is available online at: http://warrington.ufl.edu/graduate/academics/mib/
The Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida offers the Tallahassee Semester Internship program each spring term to coincide with Florida’s legislative session. The Center offers up to 15 internships throughout Florida government, including positions with the legislature, governor’s office and executive branch agencies, the news media and various associations, and lobbying organizations. Note: this event includes free pizza and ice cream!
Date: August 31, 2016 from 5:00 — 6:00 PM
Location: Pugh Hall Lobby
RSVP: Contact Sherry Feagle at (352) 846-1575
More Information: TIP Flyer 2016