Another week, another weekly update here are some upcoming opportunities:
- Held on Feb 28th to March 3rd in Washington DC
- Similar to Nationals, RLDC is a convention for you SHPE members for leadership development, though there is a career fair
- If you’re interested in going to event without having to pay lodging it is $99, for admissions, but if you’re only interested in the career fair which is on Saturday the cost is only $30
- This convention is a great opportunity for all members to get exposed to developing their leadership qualities.
- If you are planning on going please let us know so we can travel together and find appropriate housing.
- We hope to see you there.
We heard that you guys were not the biggest fans from of the constant RSVP’s, so in order to combat that we made one RSVP form with all the upcoming events of the semester. You can RSVP to the events you are interested in here.
- Feb. 13th from 7:00-9:00 pm, in SAC Ballroom A
- It will be a time to catch up with all of you guys and talk about the break but also to talk about what to expect this semester
- Yes there will be food, so you should come
- Also we are making the empanadas tomorrow in James College at 7:30 please let us know if you would like to come
- February 18th from 6:00-8:00 pm, in SAC 306
- This will be a student lead panel where panelists will answer any questions you have about internships
- It will be a great opportunity to learn about internships and gain insight on how to apply for them.
- February 23rd from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
- Do you want to become a great leader despite youth or industry experience?
- Do you want to breakthrough your fears and self doubt?
- Do you want to express yourself with confidence and power?
- This event is a day of empowerment where you will learn from and interact with professionals that lived and overcame those fears, challenges and obstacles.
- It is business casual so please dress accordingly
- Breakfast and lunch will be served
- Please RSVP here, this way you can gain access to the event!
Finally we are being apart of the involvement fair on Wednesday the 13th if you would like to help out please let us know. The fair is being held in SAC Ballroom A at 1pm, thanks.
Station1 Frontiers Fellowship
Are you a bold and creative thinker and an aspiring changemaker who is passionate about applying science and technology to create a more equitable, creative, prosperous, and sustainable world?
We invite you to apply to be in the summer 2019 cohort and participate in the Station1 Frontiers Fellowship (SFF) – a unique and exciting residential science and technology-focused educational, research, and internship program with a focus on societal perspective, social innovation and impact in the Boston region of Massachusetts in the USA.
For more information go here!
JP Morgan Chase & Co. Sophomore Edge Opportunity
Join Sophomore Edge, where we’ll help set you up for success. Sophomore Edge is a program that seeks to provide training experiences for historically underrepresented segments in the field of financial services, including Black, Hispanic and Native American students. We’re looking for students with an interest in learning more about financial services, technology and JPMorgan Chase.
This program will help prepare you to apply and interview for our summer 2020 internship programs. Register for this Early Insight program and see for yourself how we build diverse and inclusive teams who are making an impact for our clients, customers and communities around the world! All majors are welcome.
Registration Deadline is March 4, and you can register here
We are looking for an undergraduate student in Chemistry.
The job description would include the following tasks:
1) Utilize our lab built apparatus called the GPEC (Gas Pressurized Extraction Chromatography) to perform quantitative separations.
2) Quantitatively analyze separated samples using a Q-ICP-MS.
3) Quantitatively analyze samples using radiochemical counting techniques, such as, LSC (Liquid Scintillation Counting).
Specifically we would like the student to help us:
1) Perform separations on important fission products, such as isolating Lanthanum, Praseodymium, Cerium, Neodymium, and Samarium from one another in a complex nuclear fuel matrix.
2) Develop a separation technique for Iron and Nickel and compare results to other well-characterized methods.
3) Quantify the separations as they occur using our hyphenated system.
4) Develop new separation procedures based on the results, for instance changing various parameters (e.g. changing acid concentration, flow rates, etc.) during the process to improve the overall separation.
If you are interesed in this please contact Terrence Buck at email@example.com
All the best,