Greek News

University Career Services Opportunities

April 24th, 2013

General Info:

Gilbert Sullivan Internship Award from the Z Society

Deadline: Friday, April 26th at 4:37pm

The Z Society offers the Gilbert J. Sullivan Scholarship, a $2,000 scholarship awarded to a returning undergraduate student of the University. It is intended to provide an opportunity to take a summer internship otherwise unattainable because of financial constraints. For an application and more information, visit http://www.career.virginia.edu/internship/funding.php

University Career Services: Diversity Digest
Opportunities sent out biweekly via this listserv are designed to attract students from diverse backgrounds, bilingual students, cultural studies majors and those with an interest in social justice into fields or organizations where they are underrepresented or are needed to serve a particular community. These updates include diversity-related career events around Grounds, as well as, internships, leadership programs, and scholarships sponsored by employers. Sign-up here: https://www.career.virginia.edu/students/diversity.php

Drop-In Career Advising Hours on Central Grounds Located in 263 Monroe Hall
Drop-In Hours are 10-15 minutes in length, and are designed for quick questions, no appointment necessary
Tuesdays – 9am-12pm General Arts & Sciences Career Advising

1:30pm-4:30pm Pre-Law/Health Professions Advising

Wednesdays – 9am-12pm General Arts & Sciences Career Advising

1:30pm-4:30pm Pre-Law/Health Professions Advising
Thursdays – 1:30pm-4:30pm Pre-Law/Health Professions Advising

Major Events:

Preparing for a Career in Business (Program for Second Year Students)

Mon, April 29, 2013
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
120 Rouss & Robertson Halls (McIntire School of Commerce)

Preparing for a Career in Business
Attention all second-year students interested in business!
Don’t miss this workshop:
Learn how to maximize your summer and prepare to access career resources in the Fall semester.
Hear from U.Va. career services staff about the internship recruiting process and timelines.
Get an early start on your internship search.
*This is a joint program from University Career Services and Commerce Career Services.

Workshops:

Essential Internship/Job Search Clubs

April 22nd -26th; Various Times
UCS Bryant Hall

Looking for a summer internship or full- or part-time job? Sign up for one of these group sessions so a UCS Career Peer Educator can orient you to valuable online and print resources and alumni contacts. This orientation will help you begin your search or supplement your current list of resources and opportunities. Space is limited in each session, and pre-registration is required through the UCS Calendar at https://www.career.virginia.edu/calendar/

Pre-Law and Health Professions Advising

Health Professions and Law Professions

Learn more!  Join their listserv or read their blog.  Find out more here: https://www.career.virginia.edu/students/preprof/

2013 Greek Awards Ceremony & State of the Greek Community

April 22nd, 2013

Come join us in celebrating the worthy recipients of this year’s Greek Awards!

This Tuesday, April 23, the Office of the Dean of Students – Fraternity & Sorority Life will be hosting the 2013 Greek Awards Ceremony and State of the Greek Community Address to honor those chapters and individuals who have made outstanding accomplishments and significantly contributed to the betterment of the Greek community.  The event will feature an awards ceremony and annual State of the Greek Community presentation. The awards ceremony will take place in the Newcomb Theater and will be followed by a lavish dessert reception in the lobby.

When: Tuesday April 23rd 5:30pm
Where: Newcomb Hall Theater

Who: Invitation Only – Please RSVP to your Paperless Post e-vites if you haven’t already.

FOA Opportunity: Motivating the Middle – A Keynote Address by TJ Sullivan

April 15th, 2013

J Sullivan, a nationally recognized speaker, will present on the topic of “Motivating the Middle” on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 @ 6:30pm in the Newcomb Ballroom. This keynote address is open to all student leaders.

For information on this program, please see: http://www.campuspeak.com/speakers/sullivan#Motivating%20the%20Middle:%20The%20Keynote.

We think this is a great opportunity for student organization leaders. Our team has read TJ’s book and have found it a great resource for students.

Prior to the “Motivating the Middle” keynote, TJ will offer a workshop titled: “The Apathy Myth: Real Answers to Unmotivated Members.”

The Apathy Myth Program will occur from 4 – 5:30pm on Tuesday, April 16, 2016 in the Newcomb Hall Commonwealth Room. All students must RSVP using the form below.

Information on the Apathy Myth Program can be accessed at: http://www.campuspeak.com/speakers/sullivan#The%20Apathy%20Myth:%20Real%20Answers%20to%20Unmotivated%20Members

RSVP at: https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/20836

Both programs are completely free, too!

Please contact studentactivities@virginia.edu with questions.

Asian Awareness Women’s Initiative

April 12th, 2013

aKDPhi at UVA presents…
Asian Awareness Women’s Initiative (AAWI)

The sisters of alpha Kappa Delta Phi at the University of Virginia proudly present our annual Asian Awareness Women’s Initiative event! This year we have invited 4 wonderfully successful women to speak as a panel about their experiences as Asian women professionals.

Our speakers will be:
Sarah Wilcox Elliott (Director of Student Affairs at Darden)
Shraddha Prasad (Assistant Director of Orientation and New Student Affairs)
Annie Kim (Assistant Dean for Public Service, UVA Law School)
Michelle Yoon (Instructional Designer, UVA Med School)

Date: Thursday April 18, 2013
Time: 6:30-8:00pm
Location: Clark 107

Everyone is welcome and the event will be relevant to any and everyone!
Free food from Thai 99, Yuan Ho, Marco and Luca, and Tokyo Rose will be provided!
This event also qualifies as a diversity FOA requirement.

University Career Services Opportunities

April 12th, 2013

1) General Info:

  1. Gilbert Sullivan Internship Award from the Z Society

Deadline: Friday, April 26th at 4:37pm

*See attached application for details*

$2,000 grant that the Z Society presents every spring to a student in need of financial aid for a summer internship

  1. Request a UCS Program
    If you are involved in a CIO that would like to have a Career Peer Educator come speak to your members about a career-related topic, please go to our program request website at https://www.career.virginia.edu/students/programrequest
    Requests need to be made at least 2 weeks prior to the desired program date.

  1. University Career Services: Diversity Digest
    Opportunities sent out biweekly via this listserv are designed to attract students from diverse backgrounds, bilingual students, cultural studies majors and those with an interest in social justice into fields or organizations where they are underrepresented or are needed to serve a particular community. These updates include diversity-related career events around Grounds, as well as, internships, leadership programs, and scholarships sponsored by employers. Sign-up here: https://www.career.virginia.edu/students/diversity.php

  1. Drop-In Career Advising Hours on Central Grounds Located in 263 Monroe Hall
    Drop-In Hours are 10-15 minutes in length, and are designed for quick questions, no appointment necessary
    Tuesdays – 9am-12pm General Arts & Sciences Career Advising

1:30pm-4:30pm Pre-Law/Health Professions Advising
Wednesdays – 9am-12pm General Arts & Sciences Career Advising

1:30pm-4:30pm Pre-Law/Health Professions Advising
Thursdays – 1:30pm-4:30pm Pre-Law/Health Professions Advising

2) Major Events:

  1. The MBA Experience

Tue, April 16, 2013

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Darden School, Room 50

If you are thinking about pursuing an MBA at any point in the future, consider attending this highly informative program. This event has been very successful in the past in helping students learn about whether business school fits with their career goals. Panels with representatives from Darden, including faculty, career services, strategy, admissions and current students will provide valuable information and answer your questions.

Seating is limited and food will be served promptly at 5:45. Be sure to pre-register today at http://tinyurl.com/d2wbvdh

  1. Preparing for a Career in Business (Program for Second Year Students)

Mon, April 29, 2013

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

120 Rouss & Robertson Halls (McIntire School of Commerce)

Preparing for a Career in Business
Attention all second-year students interested in business!
Don’t miss this workshop:
Learn how to maximize your summer and prepare to access career resources in the Fall semester.
Hear from U.Va. career services staff about the internship recruiting process and timelines.
Get an early start on your internship search.
*This is a joint program from University Career Services and Commerce Career Services.

3) Workshops:

  1. a. Using LinkedIn Effectively: Tools Beyond the Profile

April 15th-26th; Various Times

UCS in Bryant Hall Not sure what LinkedIn can do for your job/internship search or exploration? Not sure how to create or improve your profile? Come learn from one of our UCS Career Peer Educators how to get started using LinkedIn. They’ll give you tips on how to improve your profile as well as utilize search features to connect with alums, learn about companies, and help you take the next step in your career exploration process. Space is limited in each session, and pre-registration is required through the UCS Calendar at https://www.career.virginia.edu/calendar/

4) Pre-Law and Health Professions Advising

  1. Health Professions and Law Professions

Learn more!  Join their listserv or read their blog.  Find out more here: https://www.career.virginia.edu/students/preprof/

Year End Report Due April 26

April 8th, 2013

The Year End Report is an assessment of current goals, efforts, successes and areas of growth for your chapter. The information provided in this report will be used by the Office of the Dean of Students – Fraternity & Sorority Life to recognize and celebrate the achievements of fraternities and sororities in the spring semester 2013. Moreover, the information provided will prove critical in shaping future programs, initiatives and services.

Chapter presidents are asked to complete all sections of this report no later than April 26th, 2013. All responses should reflect achievements, activities, events, etc. from the Spring 2013 semester.

A link to the Year End Report is accessible here.  Prior to completing the report, presidents are asked to view a PDF preview of the report here, in order to gather all information needed for completion.

DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR GREEK AWARDS 2013

April 1st, 2013

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 AT NOON

The 2013 Greek Awards are quickly approaching!  On Tuesday, April 23, the Office of the Dean of Students – Fraternity & Sorority Life will be hosting the 2013 Greek Awards Ceremony and State of the Greek Community Address to honor those chapters and individuals who have made outstanding accomplishments and significantly contributed to the betterment of the Greek community.  The event will feature an awards ceremony and annual State of the Greek Community presentation. The awards ceremony will take place in the Newcomb Theater and will be followed by a dessert reception in the lobby.

Link to all award forms: https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/organization/fraternityandsororitylife/availableforms

This year’s awards will include:

Greek Person of the Year:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8539
Intramural Sports:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8546
Most Improved Chapter:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8540
Outstanding Alumna/us or Advisor:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8536
Outstanding Chapter:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8541
Outstanding Chapter President:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8537
Outstanding Educational Program:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8543
Outstanding Emerging Leader:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8538
Outstanding Inter-Greek Partnership:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8542
Outstanding Philanthropic Program:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8544
Outstanding Service to the Community:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/8545
Outstanding New Member Education Program:
https://atuva.student.virginia.edu/form/start/20035

Award application/nomination forms are available on the FSL web site and distributed to all chapters via email; all applications must be completed no later than April 3 at NOON.

Contact Charlotte Fraser with any questions at cef6ft@virginia.edu.

April FOA Deadlines

April 1st, 2013

Updated spring rosters are due April 1st: Both the electronic roster with notations on current members and a hard copy of the new member roster with signatures. If your chapter has no changes and no new members please still email Emily to let her know, so your chapter is accounted for. E-mail updated rosters to err5u@virginia.edu and bring in new member rosters to Emily in 171 Newcomb Hall.

The Year-End Report will be available online April 8, it is due April 26.

All 6 Educational Programs are due April 26. If you think your chapter is going to have a problem completing all 6 programs by this deadline you need to contact your FSL advisor and discuss your options.

Focus Group Opportunity: Fraternities, Sororities and Study Abroad

April 1st, 2013

Student Activities will be hosting 2 focus groups in the month of April to learn more about fraternity and sorority leaders’ perspective and perceptions on studying abroad at UVA.  The goal of these focus groups is to better understand the opportunities and barriers that exist for student organization leaders who are interested in studying abroad. All students are welcome to attend, regardless of whether or not you have studied abroad! Free food will be provided and each session will last no more than 90 minutes. To take part in a focus group, please RSVP to studentactivities@virginia.edu.

Focus Group 1: Thursday, April 11 | 12 – 1:30pm

Focus Group 2: Monday, April 15 | 530 – 7pm

FOA Day is May 1, 2013

April 1st, 2013

FOA Day is Wednesday, May 1, 2013 (a University reading day).  More specific information regarding FOA Day will be shared in an email to chapter presidents in mid-April.  Please note that all FOA paperwork (including chapter rosters and 6 educational programs) must be completed prior to this date.  If chapters aren’t in compliance, the FOA will not be signed for the next year. Questions can be directed to Emily Richonne at err5u@virginia.edu