Past Events

Mar
30
Personal Finance 101
Mar 30, 2022
Great Hall, Garrett Hall

Join Professor Pennock for an overview of the financial decisions you’ll be making after graduation. This workshop will cover principles of personal budgeting, insurance choices, investment and retirement planning, and more.

Money
Oct
29
International Development and Humanitarian Aid Career Program
October 29, 2021 / 12:00 PM EST
Great Hall, Garrett Hall

Students interested in careers in international development and humanitarianism: this virtual event is for you! Come learn from alumni in the field of global development about career paths, important skills needed in this field, and how to "break in" to a job or internship in this sector.

Humanitarian Aid, UVA
Apr
02

Join Steve Hiss to learn about the benefits of long-term investing through a 401(k) and IRA (Individual Retirement Account). This workshop will highlight the compounding effect of long-term investing, define what a 401(k) and IRA are (both Traditional and Roth options), review the similarities and difference between the two vehicles, and explain the tax advantages of saving through retirement accounts. You’ll also learn about “company” matching, as well as when and how you can invest in either a 401(k) or IRA.

Mar
26

Join Professor Pennock for an overview of the financial decisions you’ll be making after graduation. This workshop will cover principles of personal budgeting, insurance choices, investment and retirement planning, and more. You'll walk away with a greater understanding of personal finance, a functioning budget spreadsheet to help you plan your finances, and clarity about the choices you’ll be making soon.

Join us for a social event that aims to build community between UVA’s first-gen and low-income students and the transfer student population. This event is co-sponsored by the Career Center and FLIP @UVA (First-Gen and Low-Income Partnership).