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ATF Information Session

On Tuesday, September 17 from 1:00 - 2:00, ATF Special Agent Scott Fulkerson and Intelligence Anayst Josh Pickens will be in Raleigh, 2005 to discuss careers with the ATF.  Come join us to learn more about this federal law enforcement agency.

Nonprofit Careers Revealed Career Panel

Hear from professionals working in nonprofit roles to learn about their experiences working at a nonprofit organization.

Date: Tuesday September 24, 4:00-5:00 pm
Location: SGA Senate Chambers, first floor of Student Commons

Introduction to Pre-Law

Interested in going to Law School? Check out the Introduction to Pre-Law Session presented by the VCU Office of Career Services on Wednesday, October 2, 4:00-5:00 PM at the SGA Senate Chambers (University Student Commons-First Floor)

Discussion Topics:

  • Law school application timelines
  • Resources for applying to law school
  • Majors and preparation for law school.

All majors are welcome!

Save Your Seat:

Interested in a *free* ASPA membership?

PASA (Public Administration Student Association) will pay for a 1-year membership to ASPA!

Deadline is September 27, 2019 - go to PASA's facebook page for more details, and to join PASA, go to


Doctoral Student Professional Development Sessions

Each year the Wilder School arranges a series of professional development sessions, which aim to help our doctoral students prepare for success in the Ph.D. program and beyond.  Sessions cover a wide variety of topics.

See attached for the schedule of sessions. (saved on WS drive, under Research>Student_Success)

Graduate Student Association Picnic - FREE

There will be a picnic for Graduate Students on September 12, 2019 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm here on the Monroe Park Campus (914 Park Avenue)--All graduate students are welcome and will learn about the Graduate Student Association (VCU GSA) and have something to eat!

Teach In on Immigrant and Social Justice!

Listen, Learn, Connect, Act – A Teach In on Immigrant and Social Justice, will be held on Saturday, September 21st from 12-4 in Monroe Park.

The Richmond Peace Education Center alongside ReEstablish Richmond, LULAC, and other immigrant and social justice advocacy organizations, invites the VCU community to a “Teach In” on immigrant justice and social justice on September 21st.

Learn how ongoing racism and unjust policies have harmed Richmond families. Hear voices of directly impacted people. Make connections to one another, and to broader issues of social justice and racial justice in Richmond. Music. Art. Come listen, learn, connect … and take action! Together let’s build a more just and inclusive community for all. All are welcome.

FREE! No registration required! For more infortmation, visit,

New discussion forum for marginalized students

In a new monthly forum for students, RAMmalogues provides lunch and a braver/safer space for students to have the hard conversations about their social identities and lived experiences at VCU. At the first session, come talk with your peers about race in the context of acceptance, belonging and inclusion around campus. Free lunch will be provided.
Registration is required by Wednesday, September 18 - go to for more details and to register!