The Do’s and Don’ts of Body Language in the Work Place


Body language says a lot about our personality and how we respond to a situation. Feigning interest in a subject during an interview or other job setting isn’t as easy as it seems. Being inattentive, timid, or downright impolite can …

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International Internships


Looking to study abroad? What about an international internship? Not only can an internship provide you an opportunity to see what you can do with your degree, but you can see what it’s like to actually work in another country, …

By Ashley Browning
Ashley Browning Corporate Partner Relations Manager
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Winter Break is Coming!


As you power through the end of the semester, ready to head home for a much-needed rest, you suddenly face family well-wishers asking about your plans for the summer, or post-graduation if you’re a senior. You think “What? I’ve just …

By Lisa McGuire
Lisa McGuire Assistant Director for Corporate Partner Relations
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Tis the Season… to Network!


If you went home over Thanksgiving break, how many times do you hear the basic questions from relatives?

“When are you going to graduate?”

“What are you going to do with that degree?”

“What kind of jobs can you get …

By Corinne Golash
Corinne Golash
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As Your Internship Ends…


As the semester comes to a close, it’s time for those of you with a fall internship to start thinking about how to leave a lasting impression on the company or organization you’re interning for. Regardless of whether or not …

By Lisa Famularo
Lisa Famularo Graduate Assistant
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The Lead the Pack Program


My name’s Jess Kirchner, and I’m a junior here at UConn, studying political science and economics. I’m also in my third year of Arabic, and intend to do something with refugee work after graduation! I’m a Student Involvement Ambassador in …

By Jessica Kirchner
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