The Pioneer is your guide to creativity and entrepreneurship in Charlottesville, Virginia.
To the Parents Committee, SE@UVA at the Batten School, […]
Julia Greenberg didn’t take the traditional path to business, graduating from U.Va. with a degree in psychology. Now a consultant at Betts Recruiting, she discusses her position and how to succeed in business without the major.
Sam Rosen is 2007 U.Va. graduate and the founder of MakeSpace, an innovative storage option and “Your Closet in the Cloud.”
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HackCville’s annual New York City Startup Trip brings dozens of University of Virginia students to NYC to explore the startup scene and startup job opportunities.
Now a reporter for CNNMoney, Sara O’Brien discusses her non-traditional career path and the value of “polite persistence.”
Dale Dougherty is the founder of MAKE Magazine and Maker Faire, an event created to celebrate creativity, innovation and the DIY (do-it-yourself) mindset.
I have to ask myself, why have we grown to see our major as the end-all, be-all of our college experience?
Peter Rojas is the cofounder of technology blogs Gizmodo and Engadget, both of which he helped launch before age 30. HackCville Media sat down with him at the 2015 Tom Tom Founders Summit for an in-depth look at his background and work.