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Wilder School Virtual Commencement

Friday, May 8 at 10 a.m.

While we will not be able to honor all of our graduates at an in-person commencement this week, graduation remains an important moment for all of us to recognize. To that end, the Wilder School is hosting a virtual commencement celebration and invites students, faculty and staff to participate. Our official commencement site, along with personalized slides from Wilder graduates, will go live on Friday, May 8 at 10:00 a.m. Join us in the celebration by tagging @VCUWilderSchool and/or using the hashtag #VCUWilder2020 on Twitter! We will be retweeting LIVE and sharing photos of graduates, faculty and staff between 10 a.m. and noon. This year’s celebration will include remarks from Dean Susan Gooden, 66th Governor and Distinguished Faculty Professor L. Douglas Wilder in addition to our two student speakers-- Benjamin Madnick and Layla Alanazi.

Students! Have a Facebook account? Add the "VCU Wilder School Class of 2020" frame to your profile picture and celebrate with us all week! Simply search for the frame using the title or variation of VCU Wilder School and the frame should pop-up for selection. 

*Extension* Summer 2020 VDH/VDOT Project Internship Opportunity

The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) in partnership with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is seeking a VCU MURP (graduate) student to serve as an Active Communities Policy Intern. This is an unpaid internship for Summer 2020.

See the attached PDF for more information.

To apply, please submit your resume to wsinternship@vcu.edu by May 15th 

Summer 2020 Experience Leadership Institute

The Roanoke Regional Partnership is committed to ensuring that our regional college students and recent college graduates still gain professional experience and have an opportunity to network with regional employers and young professionals.

Their new program, the Experience Leadership Institute will provide eight weeks of programming that aligns with the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) competencies. The program is designed to help students successfully transition from college to the workplace. They will also host additional sessions to connect students to regional employers and young professionals allowing opportunities for career exploration and mentorship.

Attached you will find some the promotional flyer for details.

 

Every Voice Next Generation Leaders Fellowship

Every Voice is a student-led coalition including students, survivors, advocates, and experts who believe that more needs to be done to make our campuses safe for all students.

    • Location: The fellowship program will be entirely remote, and is open to students anywhere in the United States
    • Time Commitment: The fellowship program includes both full-time (40 hrs per week) and part time (20 hrs per week) positions
    • Fellowship Duration: Fellowships will last for an 8-week period. Summer interns are expected to start on Monday, June 15th.
    • Stipend: Based on need, fellows will be eligible to receive a stipend of up to $2,000 (for full-time fellows) or $1,000 (for part-time fellows) to cover costs of living during the program.

 

TIMELINE

 

  • Application Due Date: Sunday, May 17th
  • Decisions Returned: Monday, May 25th
  • Fellowship Start Date: Monday, June 15th

See the attached PDF and apply here.

Program Operations Manager

LOCUS local investing for impact and Virginia Community Capital are hiring a Program Operations Manager, Community Investment Guarantee Pool.

The office is here in Richmond, but the position could be done remote (East Coast) with regular visits in the office, once offices re-open.

Please see the attachment for details.

 

Goochland County Sheriff's Office is hiring

The Goochland County Sheriff's office is currently hiring! Applications are due May 15, 2020. Please see the attachment for details. 

Forensic Scientist - Latent Prints

Virginia State Department of Forensic Science, Richmond, Virginia

Salary: $52,676 - $92,529 per year

Final Filing Date: May 12, 2020

The Virginia Department of Forensic Science is seeking a court-qualified applicant to perform a full range of functions to recover and examine latent finger, palm, footprints and shoe and tire impressions for identification purposes. The work location will be in our Central Laboratory, located in Richmond, VA.

If a fully-qualified candidate cannot be found, a Forensic Scientist trainee position may be offered at a salary of $44,472. Candidate will be expected to successfully complete the Latent Prints and Footwear and Tire Track evidence analysis training programs that include courtroom testimony as an expert witness, performing imaging procedures and operation of analytical instrumentation. The Trainee must meet the educational requirements stated in the qualifications.

Apply here.

Forensic Specialist Trainee-Hampton Police Department

The City of Hampton is hiring for  Forensic Specialist Trainee. In this role, the candidate would learn to perform a wide range of detailed technical work in the collection, identification and classification of physical evidence gathered from crime scenes.

Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with an Associate's Degree in Forensic Science, Police Science, Biology, Chemistry or a related field.

Salary: $28,097.00 - $30,907.00 Annually

Final Filing Date: May 7, 2020

 

Apply here.