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July 2, 2010
Natasha Levanti, '12
Internships 2010: Helping Florida teens make the most of their time
Sarasota native builds on a previous internship with city government to find out how a nonprofit attacks the same social problems.
July 1, 2010
Rachael Deane L'10
Creating Social Justice Through Direct Legal Services
"There are people who need help accessing social benefit programs, affordable housing, public education – these are things that we take for granted that people in poverty struggle to maintain on a daily basis.” Rachael has recently accepted a job working on poverty issues with HOME (Housing Opportunities Made Equal) in Richmond.
Tyler Kirchoff, '10
Internships 2010: Learning how to excel on a different kind of field
Redshirt-senior awaits his final Spider football season and preps for his job hunt during a summer internship at a boutique financial firm in Richmond, Va.
Advising Adult Students
Tips for adult students looking to return to school
At the University of Richmond’s School of Continuing Studies (SCS), our advice to adults looking to return to school is very student focused.
Nonprofits to benefit from weeklong intensives in fundraising and development and nonprofit marketing
Professionals from a variety of local and regional nonprofits met at the University of Richmond for the Institute on Philanthropy’s 2010 Summer Institute.
Chris Bell, '10
Starting Out: In Manhattan at a top accounting firm
Accounting and leadership studies grad starts career at top Manhattan firm. "Accounting has structure yet there are still areas that are up to interpretation. Leadership Studies was a nice complement to a business degree."--Chris Bell, '10
Returning to School
Adult students represent growing trend in educational community
The University's adult and continuing education programs are growing, fueled in part by the recent economic downturn and the increasing number of new jobs that require a bachelor's degree.
June 30, 2010
One ethics code applies to all, Peart tells higher ed leaders at American Council on Education
“A strong and effective leader realizes that reciprocity is a powerful motivational force and that transparency is a mechanism for keeping the leader honest.”--Dean Sandra J. Peart, Jepson School of Leadership Studies
Carolyn Center, '99
Basketball standout parlays love of athletics and leadership abilities as fundraiser for the Georgia Bulldogs
A career in athletic administration supports student-athletes and gives today's students the same opportunities Carolyn Center enjoyed while playing for UR.