Aha Pure Foods is a Gainesville based vegan soup company with the goal to inspire and educate people about the healing powers of whole, plant-based foods. We currently have a remote internship position open for the Summer, and are looking for someone who has strong written skills and would be interested in writing blog posts and newsletters. More details about the internship position and the company are included, here, in the application.
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Through times of adversity and change, how will your leadership shine through?
Join the David & Wanda Brown Center for Leadership and Service for an engaging Leadership Workshop Series to help you navigate through these current times!
Leading through Uncertain Times, April 8, 2020, 3:00pm-4:00pm
Strategies to Effectively Lead Remotely, April 9, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm
Leading from the Middle: Why Followership is Essential, April 13, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm
Reigniting your Why: Leadership through Online Service Opportunities, April 16, 2020, 11:00 am-12:00 pm
Xenophobia: Addressing an effect of COVID 19, April 16, 2020, 3:00pm – 5:00pm
To learn more about how to register, read workshop descriptions, and seek other leadership resources visit our website http://www.leadershipandservice.ufl.edu/virtual_services/
We look forward to having you join the conversation!
The University of Florida Student Chapter (UF) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has leadership opportunities and great events open to all majors, and ages for the upcoming academic year (Fall 2020- Spring 2021).
To give some useful context, UF IEEE seeks to develop students professionally and technically, while providing opportunities to network with peers and give back to the Gainesville community.
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization. IEEE’s core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
UF IEEE is a spectacular opportunity for a business or marketing students involvement portfolio in particular for 4 reasons.
- Chance to apply the knowledge and skills they have learned from their courses.
- Leadership opportunities include, but are not limited to:
- Historian (Social Media and Photography Specialist)
- Social Coordinator (Event Management and Logistics)
- Newsletter Director (Manage a yearly published newsletter)
- Leadership opportunities include, but are not limited to:
- Connect and coordinate with recruiters and many unique companies who attend career showcase.
- Leadership opportunities include: Corporate Information Session Coordinator (3 positions)
- Be a part of an interdisciplinary team and network with students from other majors. Learn about technology we all use on a day to day basis. Developing technical skills computer programming (coding), Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and more.
- Opportunity to give back to others in the community, and teach others how and why business and science coexist
- Opportunities include: Community Service (CS) Team Lead, CS Coordinator, CS Team Member
To learn more about UF IEEE or how to get involved, contact us through:
Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/UFIEEE/
Website @ http://ieee.ece.ufl.edu/
Instagram @ ieeeuf
IEEE and its members inspire a global community through its highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
Campus Movie Fest Helps University of Florida Students Make a Movie in a Week!
ATLANTA (Aug. 2019) – Campus Movie Fest (CMF) is heading back to the University of Florida! The
2019-2020 CMF tour is headed to over 50 colleges and universities around the U.S., giving students
everywhere the equipment, training, and opportunity to share their stories on film.
CMF at UF launches on January 29th. Students have one week, until February 4th, to make their
best possible five-minute film. The CMF Tour staff provides training, support, and of course, amazing
equipment, including a laptop loaded with creative software, a Panasonic HD camera, and sound
What’s the catch? There isn’t one! Thanks to CMF’s partners, participation is completely free for
students. More than one million students have participated in CMF since it began in 2001. Students
can sign up for free at CampusMovieFest.com/UF.
Prizes, Prizes, and More Prizes
At the end of the week, judges rate the submissions, and the top 16 movies from UF will screen at a
red carpet premiere on February 7th. Friends, family, and fans are all invited to join the student
filmmakers in celebrating a week of incredible accomplishments. The top four films from UF win the
coveted Jury Award, and will move on to compete on the national level in June at CMF Terminus:
Conference + Film Festival. CMF Jury Award winners will also have the chance to apply for the CMF
Cannes Program. To celebrate the achievements of UF’s most outstanding filmmakers, Silver Tripod
Awards will be given in specific categories, including directing, editing, performance, and more!
Students can also compete in the Elfenworks Hope in Social Justice category, which highlights
injustice and inspires change, with the national winner taking home $10,000!
CMF Terminus: Conference + Film Festival
All Campus Movie Fest participants are invited to celebrate a year of incredible student films at CMF
Terminus Conference + Film Festival in June 2020 in Hollywood, California. They’ll participate in
hands-on workshops, watch the best CMF films, and have opportunities to network with industry
leaders and celebrities.
About Campus Movie Fest
Campus Movie Fest, the world’s largest student film festival, is the premier platform for the next
generation of filmmakers. Founded in 2001, CMF began when four students at Emory University
decided to give their friends and classmates all the equipment they needed to make a short film in a
week. Today, more than one million students at colleges and universities worldwide have received all
the necessary technology and training to tell their stories for free, thanks to corporate partners and
schools. Campus winners move on to compete at CMF Terminus, a four-day film conference and
awards ceremony, earn professional and educational opportunities, see their work at the Cannes
Film Festival, and much more. Find out more at CampusMovieFest.com.
Are you interested in using the power of business as a force for good?
Spring 2020 – Mod 4 – UF Business for Good Lab: Social Impact & Sustainability Consulting
ENT 4934 – Special Topics – class # 26042 / section #1E88 T,R | Period 7 – 8 HGS 140
B Corps—like Patagonia, TOMS, and Ben & Jerry’s —are “for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.”
B Corporation certification is to business as Fair Trade is to coffee, USDA Organic to apples, or LEED to green building.
UF’s Social Impact & Sustainability Initiative (https://news.warrington.ufl.edu/entrepreneurship/importance-of-the-social-impact-sustainability-initiative/) in the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center is launching a collaborative program, in partnership with Florida for Good (https://floridaforgood.com), to help Florida companies achieve B Corp certification by working with teams of UF student consultants. This program is designed to connect students to aspiring B Corporations, including startups in the greater-Gainesville community and other Gator-grown businesses across Florida. The Business For Good Lab offers students an opportunity to engage in experiential learning projects (earning credit for ENT6930) to deepen their knowledge of social impact & sustainability.
You’re invited to join us at our Launch event to learn more about the power of B Corps, the certification process, and the companies that will be involved in this exciting experiential learning opportunity.
Tuesday March 10th, 2020 2:45-3:45pm
Hough Hall room 140
Contact Dr. Kristin Joys at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
MLK Day of Service 2020! This is a campus-wide community service event for students and will take place on January 20th from 8:30 am-2:00 pm. Students will meet in the Rion Ballroom in the Reitz Union and then travel to a designated service site in the community. At this event, students will be able to reflect on the importance of service and its’ connection with diversity and inclusion while giving back to the Gainesville community at the same time.
Participants in MLK Day of Service will help gain experience in:
- Building awareness to diverse social issues and communities
- Taking initiative to act on local issues in the Gainesville/North Central Florida area.
- Learning how diversity and inclusion align themselves in the realm of service-learning
Registration is now open! More information and the link to register can be found at our website: http://www.leadershipandservice.ufl.edu/programs/days_of_service/
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns about this event.
A global experience can easily be within your reach. Find out how during Global Gator Month! Join UF’s Career Connection Center, International Center, and Center for Latin American Studies as we celebrate global experiences.
October is Disability Advocacy Month!
There are numerous programs going on this month but in particular on Oct. 14th where there will be a fantastic company panel, comprised of P&G, Ernst & Young, Citi, and Accenture. They will be discussing corporate inclusivity and diversity practices with an emphasis on disability. You can find more information on the website below. All students are invited to come and learn more about this topic which will help prepare you for entering the workplace.
Learn more here: https://disability.ufl.edu/disability-advocacy-month/
The Heavener School of Business is seeking talented and motivated students to become Heavener Peer Advisors and support the college’s Academic and Career Advisors.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Serve as an informed resource for first-year students regarding matters related to college life
- Guide students to relevant professional, academic, and personal resources at the University of Florida
- Provide tips on effective time management, studying, and exam preparation
- Assist Heavener’s first-year students with their Academic Plan
- Must be a second-year student or above (this means you’ve completed at least one full academic year at UF before Fall 2020)
- Must commit to one semester of training (Spring 2020)
- Must commit at least two semesters of service (Fall 2020 and Spring 2021)
- Maintain an overall/UF GPA of a 3.0, remain in good standing, and have a clear judicial history
- Excellent communication skills
- Capacity for discretion, diplomacy, and confidentiality
- Demonstrated record of maturity and academic excellence
- Ability to work on a team with minimal supervision
- Deep knowledge of the University of Florida, including support resources and campus involvement
How to Apply
Interested candidates should email the following documents as attachments to both Melissa Forgione at email@example.com and Allison Gatsche at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, October 14th at 11:59 PM EST:
- Current Resume
- List of two (2) professional references (cannot be current students at UF); please include full name, phone number, email address, and their relationship to you
- Answers to the following questions:
- Why do you want to become a Heavener Peer Advisor?
- What unique qualities will aid in your work as a Heavener Peer Advisor?
- What is your best advice for first-year students?
- (optional): What are your top 5 Strengths (from Clifton StrengthsFinder) and how might they help you in your role as a Heavener Peer Advisor?
- If selected for an interview, you will be notified October 21st. Interviews will take place that week and the following week.
The University of Florida provides a free academic access pass to the New York Times. You can create an account using your @ufl email at NYTimes.com/UF. The access allows you to search the New York Times historical archive dating back to 1851. The ability to search thousands of current events in topics such as Sports, Travel, Science, and much more! The student access pass allows you to even listen to podcasts, use of the New York Times Cooking App, and games such as the New York Times Crossword.