The University of Arizona Veterans Education and Transition Services sponsored an American Red Cross Blood Drive in the Rincon Room at the Student Union Memorial Center on Friday, January 19, 2017.
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UA has over 120 majors offered on campus, all of which will be represented at the fair. Representatives and advisors of the different majors will be available for students to network with and talk to.
The Marshall Foundation has donated $1.5 million to charitable organizations in Tucson and Pima County in the past year. Due to the foundation’s close relationship with the University of Arizona, approximately half of the $1.5 million goes directly to UA to be put toward scholarships.
Together, the University of Arizona Police Department and the Dean of Students Office created the UA Good Samaritan protocol with acknowledgment that legal and UA disciplinary actions may deter students from seeking help when a peer is suffering from alcohol poisoning.
More than 20 different workshops and activities will be hosted by 24 different employers such as Geico, Vanguard, Goldman Sachs, American Express and more. The workshops and activities will be focused on preparing students for the UA Fall Career Days the following week in helping students network and build connections with employers.
There are many factors in the transition process for student veterans, such as navigating the GI Bill, being misunderstood by peers and professors, starting college older than most students, obstacles from military service and adapting to a new lifestyle.