The City of Gainesville and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service offers UF undergraduates a year-long fellowship within multiple offices in the City of Gainesville. Applications opened on March 3rd and will be closing on March 25th, please view the attached PDF for more information regarding the program! City of GNV Fellowship Flyer
Tag Archives: Announcement
If you are a junior or senior looking for involvement opportunities for the upcoming year, the Retail Center is currently looking for a student to become the National Retail Federation Student Ambassador for Spring 2022 – Fall 2022.
As the NRF Foundation Student Ambassador, you will be the direct liaison between the NRF Foundation and your school. This means they will be relying on you to spread the word about NRF Foundation opportunities, bring your classmates to the Student Program, and ensure that your campus takes full advantage of the benefits the NRF Foundation offers. This is also a fantastic opportunity for you to grow your professional network, leadership skills and stand out to the retail recruiters that partner with the NRF Foundation.
If you complete all the ambassador program requirements, you will receive a travel stipend to attend the NRF Student Program in NYC in January 2023!
Are you looking for a business-oriented internship or research position in the Spring 2022 semester and interested in developing your personal-professional skillsets? The Active Learning Program (ALP) is a 1-semester internship and research program that connects eager, well-trained undergraduate students with UF faculty and community mentors engaged in internship and research projects. Interested students apply to be enrolled in the 3-credit Active Learning Program IDS4940 course where they develop their professional skillsets in leadership, collaboration, and professional communication, while defining their personal-professional mission, values, and strengths.
You can learn more about the ALP and apply through our application: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1NtZJ861BiaS2zA and view our business-oriented internships and research projects at: https://caires.center.ufl.edu/current-projects/current-alp-projects/.
For Heavener School of Business Students, we recommend paying special attention to these projects:
- ARTSPEAKS Internship
- Bailey Learning & Arts Collective: BLAAC 2 Basics Internship
- Children Beyond Our Borders (CBOB) Internship
- Community Resources Educational Tools Campaign
- Respect My Life: Exploring Qualities, Abilities, & Achievements through the Use of Mind Mapping Project
- Seminole County 4-H Marketing Campaign
- University of Florida Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere Internship
1. Calling all Gator Changemakers!
- Would you like to learn how to innovatively & sustainably solve social, environmental, and economic problems?
- Are you interested in leveraging the power of business as a force for good?
- Would you like to help build an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economic system for people & the planet?
- Do you want to be a changemaker?
Yes? Great! Join us in Spring 2022 – Mod 4 (2/28/22 – 4/22/22) in the UF Business for Good Lab: Sustainable Business Consulting course (ENT6930, 12797, 1D88 / ENT4934, section 10034, 1E88), meeting T/R 7-8th periods, entirely online synchronously via Zoom & Canvas. For more information, see: https://bit.ly/UF-businessforgoodlab-promo-spring2022
2. If you have schedule conflicts for Spring Mod 4:
Please plan to join us in Summer A for our “Emerging Enterprise Consulting: Collaboration & Capacity Building for Changemakers” course. More info about that will be shared as summer nears. It’s similar to the Business for Good Lab (in that students work on consulting teams with local ventures), but different in that the ventures are all run by folks from marginalized & historically disadvantaged backgrounds, and the projects are not necessarily focused on helping companies become certified B Corporations, instead we create capacity-building deliverables with our Community Partner Entrepreneurs (including: Impact Business Model Canvases, Social Media Marketing Strategy Handbooks, Marketing Plan & Handbooks with Email Campaigns, Pitch Videos, Sustainable Funding Strategies, and other materials specific to the needs of their CPEs, like a Cost-Benefit Analysis and a Handbook for Grant Applications).
The good news is that each of the courses above fulfills the Practice Impact requirement for Impact Scholars
3. Join Optimize, it’s now free!
Speaking of certified B Corporations & Public Benefit Corporations (and the difference between the two), one of my favorite companies (which is BOTH a Public Benefit Corporation & certified B Corp), Heroic (https://www.heroic.us), just announced that they’ve removed the paywall from their most popular platform to make it more accessible to everybody. Y’all, this is a BIG deal. I’ve been a fan of their work for years and it’s my superhero-secret-special-tool! The Social Entrepreneur behind Heroic, Brian Johnson, has created over 1000 Philosopher’s Notes (book summaries), +1s (short videos), and 101s/masterclasses, with the mission of empowering people to be the best version of ourselves so we can make a positive impact in the world.
To read more about why they’ve decided to make their core product free (and ad-free too), see: https://www.optimize.me/is-now-free
I encourage you to sign up (and tell your friends) and dive into the wealth of information & wisdom shared here: https://optimize.me/
4. Tell your friends
We’d love your help encouraging your friends to join us in class in Spring or Summer A 2022 and to apply to become UF Impact Scholars.
Can you help get out the word, please? Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @gatorsforgood and please refer interested folks to: https://warrington.ufl.edu/social-impact-and-sustainability-initiative/programs/impact-scholars/
Questions/Concerns/Want to connect? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Harn Museum of Art Spring 2022 Internships
Intern at YOUR art museum! Harn internships are offered with the goal of providing professional experience, growth opportunities and guidance from museum professionals. Spring internships are available in Development & Development Communications. Deadline for applications is October 1, 2021. Interested candidates can find instructions, applications and project descriptions at www.harn.ufl.edu/intern. Questions? Contact the Intern Coordinator, at email@example.com
Meet international students from some of the best global business schools. Learn how you can pay UF tuition to study at a prestigious international business school. The Fall 21 Global Gathering will be held on Tuesday, Sep. 21 @ 6:30 pm in Hough Hall, Room 120. The event will feature international students studying at UF, the Global Business Society Executive Board, and UF advisors from Heavener International Programs. Expand your global network:
RSVP at: http://bit.ly/GLOBALGATHERING21
– Quick introduction to international exchange students.
– Network with international business students from prestigious universities.
– Learn how you can study abroad for the cost of UF tuition.
– Learn how you can earn a Masters in International Business – You can start this program as an undergraduate!
– Learn how you can go global on campus with the Global Business Society (GBS).
Are you a student wanting to learn more about local volunteer opportunities? Visit the Volunteer Network Fair on Tuesday, September 14, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom. Visit with local community organizations like United Way of North Central Florida, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Humane Society of North Central Florida, and GRACE Marketplace. There will be dozens of organizations supporting topics like animal services, homelessness, food security, and more. This event is hosted by the UF David and Wanda Brown Center for Leadership and Service in partnership with the UF Office of Government and Community Relations.
No registration necessary, just stop on by. You will check in with your Gator1 Card or UFID.
Come share your own experiences and listen to others in order to put into practice leadership and social change concepts & build understanding for everyone through exercises, reflection, and dialogue.
This FREE weekend-long leadership program seeks to bring together students from diverse backgrounds to share about their life & campus experiences around particular identities & topics and train on how to create these spaces for more students.
In dialogue, students are partnered to be co-facilitators, and this is your opportunity to be trained in Intergroup Dialogue, a national model, through a new UF program: Changemakers’ Dialogue. You will leave the weekend as a fully certified Intergroup Dialogue Facilitator.
Annual Intergroup Facilitator Training Weekend:
- Saturday October 2nd, 2021; 8:30am-4pm
- Sunday October 3rd, 2021; 9am-12pm
*MUST ATTEND the entire weekend
Food Provided & Training On-Campus
*Application closes September 19th, 11:59 PM
- Application link: https://bit.ly/3kpcoJb
UF Knack Tutoring is hiring! Students who earn a B+ or better in the courses listed below are eligible. Pay is $12/hr. UF Knack especially needs tutors who are willing to work evenings and online. Interested students should apply here: https://studentsuccess.ufl.edu/ Courses: ACG 2021, ACG 2071, ECO 2013, ECO 2023, FIN 3403, MAC 2233, MAN 3025, MAR 3023, QMB 3250, and STA 2023.