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The Brief: The Finish Line is Near

The Brief: The Finish Line is Near

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APRIL 13, 2021

student blog

Finish out strong with help from our Neidermeyer Scholars. They can help you through classes that you may be feeling overwhelmed with and can help you review what you have learned in class so far. 

If you’re graduating next month, don’t forget our Chambers College ceremony is Sunday, May 16 at 9 a.m. at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium.

In order to participate, please ensure that you follow the steps to graduate. You must register in advance and have your guests register in advance in order to attend the ceremony. COVID-19 safety protocols will be enforced to ensure a safe celebration for our graduates and their families. Learn more here.

We know finals are stressful and applying for jobs after college can be, too. If you need someone to talk to, the WVU Carruth Center is here to listen and available with virtual appointments. 

Questions? Reach out to your adviser today!

Chambers College Advising Center

STAY IN THE LOOP

April 13

PNC Webinar: 7 Steps to Living a Richer Life After College

April 14

National Institutes of Health, Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Webinar

April 14

“Ask Me Anything” presented on Slack by Vantage Ventures

April 15

Bridging Innovation Week: SeedWV Competition

April 15

WVU LaunchLab Mini Meeting

April 16

Bridging Innovation Week: West Virginia Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition

April 20

Vantage Ventures Coffee Hour

April 20

National Institutes of Health, Center for Advancing Translational Science Webinar

April 21

“Ask Me Anything” presented on Slack by Vantage Ventures

April 22

Focus Forward: Beyond the Cloud Part 2

April 22

April Arts Festival and Pitch

April 22

WVU LaunchLab Mini Meeting

See an event you’re interested in? Save it to your calendar! 

1.    Simply visit the full Chambers College calendar

2.    Find your event and click on the bottom link titled, “Share This Event” 

3.    Add it to your calendar to be reminded when it’s getting close

KEEP IN MIND

Adviser Appreciation Day

Speaking of advising, Tuesday, April 20, 2021, will be the first annual WVU Adviser Appreciation Day

On this day, WVU encourages you to show your appreciation for your advisers, and faculty and staff across campus. 

Learn more and register for the virtual celebration here.

WVU Adviser Appreciation Day

Take our Survey for a Chance to Win

How do you find out about events and what social accounts do you follow? We want to hear from you! 

Take our survey by Friday, April 30. 

If you participate in our 10-question survey then you will be entered to win a $25 WVU Barnes & Noble Bookstore gift card. The winner will be chosen at random, so enter for your chance to win!

Take Survey

New Student Opportunities 

Interested in writing for The Brief? You could enhance your writing skills and build your resume by submitting future blog posts for the Chambers college. 

Sound like you? Sign up through the form below.

Student Writing

Summer Internships

Have a summer internship? We want to hear about it!

Submit your success story to us using this link. In your submission, tell us where you are working, where it is located, if it is in-person or remote, and anything else you would like to share!

Share Good News

THE LATEST

Virtual Bridging Innovation Week 

Bridging Innovation Week concludes on Friday, April 16 with the West Virginia Collegiate Business Plan competition.

Have you thought about entering or do you plan to next year? Register to get a behind-the-scenes view at what the judges are looking for. You can watch the finals live and enter in for next year’s competition!

WV Collegiate Business Plan Competition Finals

Focus Forward 2.0 

Interested in further exploring entrepreneurial activities and solving emerging challenges in the weather market? Join us for Focus Forward: Beyond the Cloud Part II on Thursday, April 22. 

View the agenda and register for Part II today! 

Focus Forward: Beyond the Cloud 2.0

Chambers College