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
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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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Curious about how to conquer the internship process? Interested in networking with senior leadership?
Comcast is hosting an event to help others learn more about the internship process and provide tips for the application process.
Join Comcast on July 22nd at 4:00 pm for an Intern Kickback. Throughout this virtual event, you’ll have the opportunity to network, listen to experienced panelists, and learn how to conquer the internship process.
Reserve your spot by clicking the link below.
Learn about the new Foundations of Business Analytics & Artificial Intelligence course taught by Dr. Joel Davis.
“The course is built on a really simple philosophy: everyone can, and should learn about analytics and AI.” – Dr. Joel Davis
Course Code: QMB3302
Course Promotional video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqkWPUUuXmw
Happy 2021 Summer Gators,
The Brown Center for Leadership and Service is inviting you to apply for our next LeadUF adventure.
LeadUF is a signature leadership experience designed for new, transfer, and second-year students to continue their leadership development journey and connect with other students. Taking place before classes begin, this pre-arrival program will help students learn, reflect, and develop a personal leadership framework through activities and skill development.
Every year we seek out passionate students who are interested in exploring their leadership potential and the impact they can have within their communities. This is an opportunity to connect to peers and reflect on their own leadership journey while having some fun.
When is the program? August 18 – 21
Where should I apply & learn more? https://leadershipandservice.ufl.edu/leaduf/
Ready for more? Apply today!
The University Athletic Association at the University of Florida is searching for Event Staff Representatives with strong customer service and communications skills to work in a high energy level environment during Gators athletic events. If chosen as a representative, you will be the face of the Florida Gators throughout each of our home athletic events answering fan questions, finding solutions to fan problems, and making all fans feel both welcome and comfortable while providing a championship experience for our Gator fans! This position will help gain invaluable experience while working in collegiate athletics and afford the opportunity to build a professional network. This is a part-time position that will be compensated at the current minimum wage, $8.65 per hour. This posting will be open until a qualified candidate has been selected. Qualified applicants please go to www.FloridaGators.com/employment to apply. For individuals without computer access, stop by the University Athletic Association, Inc. Human Resources offices located on the 4th floor of the west side of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
Site Leaders will have the opportunity to lead Florida Alternative Breaks trips, Day of Service experiences, and local service opportunities for UF students. Students will be expected to lead at least one experience per semester. Leading a BCLS Service experiences is a great way to develop transferrable skills, learn how to lead others, and have the experience that employers are looking for in UF graduates. After completing your application, someone from the FAB Management Team will contact you to schedule a 30-minute interview during the week of April 22nd– 29th. If you are interested in applying or learning more you may visit the following link: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_26xlNNEG6RsYAE6. Applications will close Wednesday, April 21st at 5:00 PM.
Consult for America at the University of Pennsylvania and Berkeley Business Society at the University of California, Berkeley is proud to partner with Visa/Cybersource/Authorize.net, a global financial services company, to host the second annual Small Business Case Competition to support black and minority owned businesses around the United States. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain case experience and build upon your teamwork capabilities. Additionally, winning teams will gain access to a $10,000 prize pool and be invited to interview with Visa! You can learn more about this competition at www.case-for-america.com and register before April 12, 2021, 11:59pm ET at bit.ly/2021visa.
Join us for a panel discussion on how the pandemic has pushed South Florida industries to pivot, innovate and collaborate. Our panelists represent Commercial Real Estate (general contracting, owner representation, design-build, property inspections, and commercial development), Hospitality (entrepreneurship and foodservice) and Corporate Law (insolvency, reorganizations and commercial litigation).
To attend, log into Zoom using the Featured Speaker event link on March 10th @ 6pm!