The Challenge 2050 Project aims to develop human capacity to meet the needs associated with a growing global population projected to exceed 9.725 billion by the year 2050. The interdisciplinary program at the University of Florida explores the biggest challenges facing our global community (i.e. nutritional security, agricultural yield, energy production, natural resource conservation, climate [...]
Internships & Career
Need an internship next summer? The Bob Graham Center for Public Service’s Local Government Internship Program offers a variety of internships in City and/or County Manager offices across the state of Florida each summer. Interns receive on-the-job training in fields such as business/finance, engineering, landscape design and public administration. The application deadline is Tuesday, Jan.3, [...]
The weather isn’t the only thing that’s frightful this holiday season — the “What are you going to do with that major?” questions are just as unpleasant. If you’d like to answer “Get a job!” then enroll in IDS 2935 “The Art of Getting Hired”, where you’ll learn research-supported techniques that have helped others get jobs. [...]
Seeking enthusiastic, outgoing, motivated and health conscious undergraduate student to assist with the front desk duties at the GatorWell Main Office. Those applying will need to be comfortable taking initiative to approach students and encourage them to participate in interactive wellness activities. Students of any major are welcome to apply.
https://jobs.ufl.edu Requisition #500529.
Compensation: This is [...]
The International Scholars Program is an exciting campus-wide opportunity open for enrollment to all undergraduate students. ISP is a commencement medallion program that provides an integrative framework to enhance your global competence. It represents an avenue to structure your global learning experience through the completion of international coursework, international experience or language learning, and co-curricular [...]
The holiday season is here! And with it comes inevitable questions from your family regarding your plans for the future. If you’re sick of dodging the questions and are looking to impress your family, look up IDS 2935 “The Art of Getting Hired,” where you’ll learn research-supported techniques that have helped others get jobs. If you’re [...]
Amy Radetsky, our new U.S. Department of State Diplomat-in-Residence, will hold advising hours in the UF International Center Small Conference Room on the following days/times for fall semester:
Friday, December 2 from 10:30 to 1:30 p.m.
She will be available to talk with students about possible careers or internships with the Department of State. Advising hours [...]
Seeking energetic graduate student to join STRIVE (Sexual Trauma/ Interpersonal Violence Education) at GatorWell. Responsibilities include facilitating educational activities and discussions with student groups, presenting on interpersonal violence and related topics, training, supervising, and mentoring undergraduate peer educators, and organizing awareness-raising events. Students of all gender identities encouraged to apply: https://jobs.ufl.edu Requisition #499420.
Compensation: This is [...]
The Borgen Project, a nonprofit national campaign that advocates for global poverty-fighting legislation, is looking for passionate, talented students with globally-focused minds to fill numerous intern positions! Position categories include political affairs, public relations, human resources, journalism, and more. Check out the Borgen Project website for more information.
Turkey, stuffing, and career questions? Thanksgiving is almost upon us and many college students are bound to face career-oriented questions as part of their after-dinner conversations. Tell your relatives you’ve got it covered and enroll in IDS 2935 “The Art of Getting Hired”, where you’ll learn research-supported techniques that have helped others get jobs. If you’re [...]