Sustainable Careers Alumni Panel
Wednesday, March 1
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

Are you a student interested in learning about career opportunities in the environmental and sustainability sectors? 

Applying for a State Government Job/Internship Workshop
Thursday, March 2
5pm - 6pm
Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

Are you interested in a career as a public servant? Did you know that state government is a vital sector in Public Service and employs thousands of employees/interns in its workforce?

    Democracy: A Daily Work of Justice Conversation
    Thursday, March 2
    6:30pm - 8pm
    Sadler Center, Tidewater A

    Engage with those who practice and sustain democracy in their everyday lives as journalists, elected officials, advocates, neighbors, immigrants, voters, family members, business members, and more.

    Crash Course: Internship Search
    Monday, March 6
    12pm - 12:30pm
    Cohen Career Center
      Emerging Scholars Talk: "Tasting History: Food and Memory in Williamsburg"
      Wednesday, March 22
      2pm - 3pm
      Stryker Center (412 Boundary St.)

      Marie Pellissier, doctoral candidate in History, will present, "Tasting History: Food and Memory in Williamsburg."

      Offered in partnership between the Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.

      CBNERR Discovery Lab - Fishes of the Bay
      Wednesday, March 22
      6pm - 8pm
      VIMS - Catlett-Burruss Research and Education Lab
      In this lab, participants will be able to view tanks with many Chesapeake Bay/York River fish species, examine fish from the VIMS Fish Collection, study fish forms and functions, and learn about York River fishes with VIMS grad student Miguel Montalvo.
      FGLI Grad School Workshop
      Wednesday, March 22
      6pm - 8pm
      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 220

      Hear from FLGI graduate students across campus about their experiences in graduate school! Panelists include students from the School of Education, Law School, and Arts & Sciences. Bring your questions!

      William & Mary Institute for Integrative Conservation in Colorado
      Wednesday, March 22
      6:30pm - 8:30pm
      Breckenridge Brewery | 2990 Brewery Lane | Littleton, CO 80120
      Faculty Research Brown Bag: Camp Eager
      Friday, March 24
      12pm - 1pm

      An experimental, two-week summer camp partnership with Newport News Public Schools (NNPS), Camp Eager aims to Elevate engineering, Advance innovation, Guide learning, Effect change, and Remove barriers for all. 

      Meadows Wellness n' Chill
      Sunday, March 26
      2pm - 4pm
      Crim Dell Meadow

      Come celebrate wellness and relaxation with your fellow students at the Crim Dell Meadow! We will provide crafts and activities such as painting tote bags, origami, and temporary tattoos. There will also be Extraordinary Cupcakes provided to attendees! 

      Initiating Difficult Conversations
      Monday, March 27
      10am - 11am

      This one-hour workshop will provide a six-step process for getting you from stuck to ready to hold a difficult conversation.

        Food Insecurity in Our Communities - A Community Discussion
        Tuesday, March 28
        7pm - 8pm
        Sadler Center, James Room

        A Community Discussion hosted by students from the Williamsburg Engagement Program.

        Crash Course: Federal Resume
        Wednesday, March 29
        4:30pm - 5pm
        Cohen Career Center
          W&M Charlottesville-Highlands - Tour of the UVA Academical Village and Memorial to Enslaved Laborers
          Wednesday, March 29
          5:15pm - 8pm
          Lawnside steps of the Rotunda | 1826 University Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22904

          Join fellow members of the W&M community in Charlottesville for an educational opportunity to learn more about the construction of the University of Virginia, with an emphasis on the role of enslaved laborers.

          Crash Course: Graduate/Professional School Search
          Thursday, March 30
          12:30pm - 1pm
          Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

          Join the Office of Career Development & Professional Engagement for the Graduate School Search crash course.

          This workshop will be held in-person in the Cohen Career Center (in between Sadler Center and Zable Stadium) Presentation Room.

            VIMS After Hours: Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud
            Thursday, March 30
            7pm - 8pm
            VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium, also available as a live webinar
            Join us as Dr. Steven Kuehl highlights the transport of river-borne sediment from mountain source to ocean sink, its importance to the global CO2 cycle, and the changes wrought by human activity. Registration is required.
            CGA Speaker: Supporting a Botanical Garden from the Sky: A Drone’s Eye View of Plant Conservation
            Friday, March 31
            1pm - 2pm

            The CGA will host GIS Specialist Flamm on March 31st at 1 pm via Zoom! Starting with a botanical oasis in the City of St. Louis, this talk will explore how drones and mapping technologies can have a critical impact on plant conservation work.