Taking advantage of these select opportunities can provide career building experience and develop important professional relationships. A SUNY student, who was awarded an internship, will share their experience.
Interns will work with experts in the fields of electrical and computer engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics, and will complete challenging technical projects applying their theoretical knowledge to real-life problems.
Navigating life at The University at Buffalo can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be! Join us as we play our version of The Game of Life and learn about campus resources and involvement opportunities that will help you succeed in your future career.
This interactive board game is designed to lead students through what four years at UB might look like, incorporating campus experiences, extracurricular activities, and academics into a quest towards the end goal for students – graduation!
Location: 228 Student Union
Date and Time: Thurs., Nov. 4 from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.
The Honors Student Council will be hosting a Pumpkin Painting event on Thursday, October 28th in the Don Schack Student Lounge. Sign up on the google sheet below and come paint your own pumpkin, watch a spooky movie, and enjoy some Halloween treats!
Public defender offices from across New York state will participate virtually to participate in this career fair. They will be conducting virtual on-site interviews for internships and employment opportunities. Additional information about the event can be found on the School of Law’s website.
Speaking in public is something that most people dread. This workshop will give you the tools you need to overcome your fears of presenting in front of large groups. Some of the topics we will discuss include non-verbal communication, confidence, presentation styles, and even what to do when you are stumped. Be afraid of the spot light no longer. RSVP on UBLinked
Learn what it is to be a strategic leader and how strategic leaders create empowered teams through communicating vision and assessing workplace culture. This half-day workshop teaches you strategies for performing under pressure, how to change your mindset and how to create beneficial goals. This workshop is offered at least once per quarter. Register today
What is an Alternative Break Trip? Alternative Break programs let you volunteer, perform community service and have unique learning opportunities during your winter break or spring break. By spending time immersed in a community, you’ll learn about your role as a global citizen, make new friends and connections, and discover how you can become an agent of change. After your trip, you’ll be able to share the lessons you learned with your local community, and continue to lead a life of active citizenship. Hear from a past participant HERE!
Who Can Go? Any UB student can apply for the Alternative Break program. Each Alternative Break trip typically has 8-15 student participants, two student Team Leaders and two Staff Advisers.
What is the program schedule? Throughout the week, each team will participate in multiple half days of service (typically mornings) and then a half day of tourism, exploration and team building. In the evening there will be group meals and nightly reflections. You must commit to participating in the entire trip.
· Poverty Alleviation, March 21 – March 25, 2022
· Civic Engagement, March 21 – March 25, 2022
· Environmental Justice, March 21 – March 25, 2022
Application and Selection Process: There is one application for all of our Alternative Break trips. You can find the application on UBLinked under Student Engagement’s forms section. Your application is complete when you submitted the form and provided the name and contact information of one (1) reference. Applications can also be submitted using the following link: https://buffalo.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/494499
Application Questions include general background information as well as:
· Why do you want to participate in an Alternative Break trip? What do you hope to gain from the experience?
· What can you contribute to this experience? Please describe the role you play in a group/on a team.
· UB is a global university that values experiential learning and diverse perspectives. If selected, how would you bring what you learn back to the UB and/or the Buffalo community?
· Team Leaders will review applications
· Applicants will be offered a short 20-30 minute interview with our Alternative Break Team Leaders ( 2 students who have participate in a trip before)
· Team Leaders will select their teams!
All applications are due by November 5, 2021 at 12pm!