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BECOMING AN EMT INFO PANEL

April 12, 5:00-6:00

Cohen Presentation Room


Considering pursuing EMT certification to develop valuable clinical experience for medical or physician assistant school? A panel of EMT-certified students with experience at local fire departments and a medical transport company will provide information and advice on EMT classes, certification, training, and gaining experience.

Autism at Work Virtual Career Fair

Thursday April 13th, 12-2 pm Pacific Time (3-5 pm Eastern Time)


Get Noticed
You'll get to communicate with hiring decision-makers from some of the top US employers - all of which have autism hiring programs or inclusive hiring programs. Join the event to discuss your career aspirations, show off your skills and ask employers questions about their company and/or roles. We encourage you to prepare questions in advance so you can maximize your time. As employers, we are here to chat with you!



Employers Participating in the Career Fair Include:

  • AT&T EY
  • Ford
  • HP
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Microsoft
  • NCR
  • SAP


Get Prepared
As a portion of the Virtual Career Fair, LinkedIn will be hosting two sessions in the virtual theater on how to build a profile that will get you noticed and tip/tricks on how to utilize their platform on your job search. Feel free to join them for these 30 minutes sessions, starting at Noon and 1:00 PM PST.

What are you waiting for?... Let us know you're coming and register today.

Register to Attend: https://aka.ms/autism.at.work

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Marine Science Career Panel

April 17, 7:00-8:30

Cohen Presentation Room


A panel of professionals and professors in marine science fields will discuss their career paths and education, and answer questions on getting a job in marine science.

RSVP Here!

Edward Via Virginia College of Ostepathic Medicine Info Session

April 19, 12:00-1:00

Cohen Presentation Room


The Edward Via College of Ostepathic Medicine offers the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree. Learn about their mission, curriculum, community partnerships, and life at VCOM from a William & Mary alum and current 2nd year medical student.

RSVP Here!

Jane Street Spring Education Event (S.E.E.)

Jane Street is a proprietary quantitative trading firm, using innovative technology and a scientific approach. https://www.janestreet.com/

They're inviting freshmen and sophomores to spend four days in our New York City headquarters to learn more about what they do and how they do it through a set of trading and programming classes and activities. Attendees will receive an in-depth look into the ways they use math and computer science, as well as insight into the different roles that exist within the firm. Jane Street will provide travel to and from New York, housing, and a $500 stipend.

Students interested in attending should apply here to be considered for a spot in the program.

The deadline to apply for this event is Thursday, April 20th. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email see-js@janestreet.com.

Chemistry Club March for Science Bus

Saturday, April 22nd


William & Mary Chemistry club is working to organize transportation to the March for Science that is being held in Washington, D.C. on Earth Day. The bus will pick students up from the Sadler Center at 5 AM plans to leave the march at 5 PM that day to return to campus.

The March for Science is a celebration for science and the role that it plays in each of our lives. The march defends science and scientific integrity and is a small step in the process toward encouraging the application of science in policy.

Facebook page: W&M Marches for Science

There's a GoFundMe page for students that would like to donate but cannot make the event: gofundme.com/wm-march-for-science

Here is the link for students to reserve a seat on the bus: https://www.letskedaddle.com/events/7954

The password to reserve a seat is fe1859dc230

don's isc quick advising

Don Snyder, your Science & Technology career advisor, will be holding quick advising hours Wednesdays in April from 1-3 PM in ISC-3, room 1291. Come by with all your career questions!

don's blackboard site

Don also runs a Blackboard site filled with different career resources to help you get on the right path. On it you can find everything from guidance articles to job opportunities. If you don't already see it listed with your actual classes on your Blackboard, email Don at dlsnyder@wm.edu to get added. Trust me, it's worth it.
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