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hundreds of local and national job and internship listings from employers. Detail your search by applying filters based on your preferred Industry, Job Function, and more. Apply to positions utilizing your uploaded resumes, cover letters and additional documents. Organize your job and internship search by viewing your career activity history at any time.
careereventicon  Login to view and register for upcoming career events and fairs. Research participating employers in advance to view available positions and majors recruited.
Infosessions  View and register to attend employer information sessions. These information sessions offer insight into the prospective employers and helps you to start building relationships with important recruiting contacts. Login to find out which employers will be hosting information sessions on campus.
OCRicon  See employers schedules and register for on-campus interviews. The OCI job search can display only the Interviews you qualify for. Easily apply to job postings using your stored documents.
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interviewstream  InterviewStream provides all UAB students the opportunity to participate in a practice interview system that allows students the opportunity to see & hear themselves online. Using a webcam, students will be able to simulate job interviews by responding to pre-recorded interview questions and practice both verbal and non-verbal communication skills. Afterwards, all interviews are immediately accessible online for counselors and professors to assess and leave feedback.
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For more information, contact Career & Professional Development Services at (205) 934-4324 or email careerservices@uab.edu.

UAB News

  • UAB gears up for National Preparedness Month
    During National Preparedness Month, UAB urges individuals to have their own personal preparedness plans.

    Winter weather safety demonstration

    • Sept. 8, 11 a.m., NP 2nd floor atrium
    • Sept. 8, 9 p.m., NP 2nd floor atrium
    • Sept. 9, 11 a.m., Callahan Eye Hospital
    • Sept. 9, 5 p.m., UAB Highlands, cafeteria
    • Sept. 10, 11 a.m., UAB Highlands, cafeteria
    • Sept. 11, 11 a.m., Kirklin Clinic, 2nd floor

    September is National Preparedness Month, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham is highlighting the need for each individual to have his or her own personal plans in place for coping with emergency situations.

    “Federal, state and local governments spend a lot of time on emergency planning, as do we at UAB,” said JVann Martin, director of Emergency Management for the UAB Health System. “But individuals need to have a personal plan for themselves and their families. Our efforts during National Preparedness Month are geared at helping faculty, students and staff access the resources they need to establish their own personal preparedness plans.”

    Each week in September will focus on a different topic. Handouts and information on online resources will be available at booths on campus. Social media messaging will reinforce each topic and provide a guide to resources. Follow #ReadyUAB.

    Digital tools for personal preparedness

    • Sept. 28, 11 a.m., NP, 2nd floor atrium
    • Sept. 28, 9 p.m., NP, 2nd floor atrium
    • Sept. 29, 8 a.m., Callahan Eye Hospital
    • Sept. 29, 5 p.m., UAB Highlands, cafeteria

    Winter weather safety will be the focus of the week of Sept. 8-11, followed by hurricane and tornado preparedness during the week of Sept. 14-18. Dealing with long-term utility outages is the focus of the week of Sept. 21-25. The final week of the month will feature a look at digital tools for personal preparedness, such as websites, apps and SMS messaging.

    UAB has several tools to assist in managing personal preparedness, including the B-Alert emergency notification system, Rave-Guardian personal safety application and the emergency management website, www.uab.edu/emergency. Other valuable sites include the federal government site www.ready.gov and the state site www.readyalabama.gov. The National Library of Medicine features a digital go-bag with dozens of disaster and emergency apps at www.disaster.nlm.nih.gov/apps.

    The month’s activities will wrap up with a lecture by Lisa Craft McCormick, Dr.Ph., associate professor in the UAB School of Public Health, on “Preparing for the Psychological Distress of a Disaster,” at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29, in Margaret Cameron Spain Auditorium.

  • Local businesses partner with UAB students to deliver innovative tech ideas
    UAB business students will get involved with Birmingham’s 2015 Innovation Week by collaborating with BBVA Compass and MediaNet Software on smartwatch development.

    MediaNet Software and BBVA Compass are partnering with the University of Alabama at Birmingham Innovation Lab to challenge teams of students to develop real-life applications for Apple Watch and Android smartwatches as part of Innovation Week Birmingham.

    Within a collaborative environment, the students, guided by experienced members from BBVA Compass and MediaNet Software, will deliver their ideas for the wearable technology devices.

    The collaboration will be showcased within Innovation Week Birmingham 2015. Presentations of the ideas will occur from 3-4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, at UAB’s Innovation Lab at Innovation Depot. Visit this site for more information or to RSVP to this free event.

  • UAB professor recognized for online education
    International award honors computer information sciences professor’s project.

    The Shikkhok.com project developed by University of Alabama at Birmingham Assistant Professor Ragib Hasan, Ph.D., took home the prestigious 2015 mBillionth Award for its excellence in mobile learning and mobile education in South Asia.

    Hasan, assistant professor of computer and information sciences and director of the UAB SECure and Trustworthy Computing Lab, designed this project specifically to help educate Bengali-speaking rural and disadvantaged students of South Asia. Shikkhok offers mobile classes in mathematics, biology, statistics, computer science, photography, culinary arts and more from the middle school level all the way to graduate-level courses.

    Shikkhok has delivered 8.4 million lectures to nearly 700,000 students in Bangladesh and India in fewer than three years. Shikkhok also partners with the Facebook-funded Internet.org project in Bangladesh, and the program is accessed free by millions of mobile phone users in Bangladesh through that initiative.

    This award recognizes Shikkhok for its best practices in the mobile and telecom industry. Nominations were accepted from all eight South Asian countries, honoring excellence in use of mobile communications for development and empowerment in that region.

    This year, 320 projects were nominated for the award in 11 categories. Out of these, the first-round jury chose 160 projects for the grand jury to review. Ultimately, 53 projects were chosen as finalists, and in the final rounds, Shikkhok was one of the winners selected in the m-education and m-learning categories.

    Hasan was previously recognized for this project as a recipient of the 2013 Google RISE Award, the 2013 Information Society Innovation Fund Award and the 2014 Internet Society Community Grant award, among others.

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