Eversheds Sutherland Scholars Program

Everyone talks diversity.  Eversheds Sutherland is doing something about it. Established in 2005, Eversheds Sutherland Scholars is an intensive three-week summer program for recent college graduates headed to law school or rising college seniors from a variety of personal and cultural backgrounds. The award-winning program is offered at no cost and is designed to introduce students to the rigors of law school. Scholars are exposed to topics such as how to navigate the law school admission process, what to expect during the first year of law school, and getting a…

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Experimental Economics Workshop at The University of Alabama

May 23-26, 2018 The Department of Economics, Finance, and Legal Studies at the University of Alabama welcomes applications for our undergraduate workshop in experimental economics. Experimental economics uses controlled laboratory techniques to understand economic behavior. The workshop is designed to introduce undergraduate students (entering their final year) to the methods and literature of experimental and behavioral economics. The University of Alabama workshop will provide food and housing for workshop participants. In order to offset travel costs, workshop participants will earn cash while participating in economic experiments. University of Alabama along…

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Reboot Academic Renewal Program

Dates: March 28th-April 18th Do you know a student who can benefit from strengthening his or her academic skills and goals? REBOOT is an opportunity for students to evaluate their educational practice by working with an academic coach trained to help students identify and remove barriers to their academic success. This month long workshop series is designed to focus on what students are doing right instead of wrong and using that reflection of strengths and abilities to identify opportunities for academic improvement and personal development.       REBOOT Highlights:  Re-examine/revisit individual core…

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Unpacking Your Global Experience

Employers increasingly report that they are looking for college graduates with international experience and global savvy. Come to this interactive workshop to learn how to include your study abroad or intern abroad experiences in your resume and cover letters to demonstrate to potential employers that you are ready to work in a global economy. Please bring a copy of your resume with you. Date/Time: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Location: Student Center #301 Phone: (404) 894-7475 Email: study.abroad@gatech.edu

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Adulting: Building Professional Relationships

The Adulting series introduces students to life skills that aren’t taught in the classroom. Learn how to “adult” as participants explore finances, healthy eating, purpose, professionalism, and other life skills. Part 4: Building Professional Relationships Do you want to learn more about how building professional relationships in college can set you up for future career success? Join us for a panel discussion with Georgia Tech faculty and staff about the importance of networking, building, and maintaining professional relationships here on campus. ​       Date: Tuesday, March 6 ​       Time: 11am-12pm ​ …

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Ideas to Serve Bootcamp

Are you a GT student working on an idea to improve things around you or around the world? The Ideas to Serve Competition Bootcamp is three workshops in one that will help you move your idea forward. Invited speakers will address such topics as; costumer discovery, financial projections and funding search, and polishing your elevator pitch. Lunch provided. The Ideas to Serve Competition is for current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early stage product/service ideas or venture concepts that are geared towards creating a better world through…

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