Are You Searching for Employment in the Federal Government?

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Many college seniors and graduate students are interested in pursuing careers in the federal government.  There are numerous resources on the internet for finding these career opportunities.

Applications to federal government agencies may take longer than average due to their …

By Robin Shefts
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Virtual or phone appointments- even easier than finding Wilbur Cross!

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If you’ve made it this far and found our website, I’ve got great news! Meeting with a Career Consultant is just a couple of clicks away. If you are finding yourself wondering about the current state of the job or …

By Eran Peterson
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Let’s Talk Sales: Interview with Aaron Ryley from the New York Mets

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Aaron Ryley graduated in May 2017 from the Neag School of Education with a degree in Sport Management and a minor from the Business School in Professional Selling.

Aaron started with the New York Mets as a Ticket Sales …

By Hannah Halloran
Hannah Halloran Graduate Assistant, Programming Hannah Halloran
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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Women in the Arts

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When thinking of famous women UConn alumni, many will gravitate to the stars of the basketball team. But did you know there are many alumni in the arts who are considered household names? Here a few famous women in the …

By Hannah Clark
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Five Hidden Gems of the Center for Career Development Website

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Five Hidden Gems of the Center for Career Development Website

(To help you enter a career in counseling, and other general information)

As a Psychology and Human Development and Family Sciences double major, attending graduate school is vital for me …

By Sarah Krafcik
Sarah Krafcik CLAS Career Ambassador Sarah Krafcik
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Identify Your Values to Explore Aligned Careers

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It’s important to explore yourself first as you explore careers. Having self-knowledge and self-awareness of you as an individual will help you find a career that’s a good match. Identifying your most important values is one piece of the puzzle.

By Kelsey Keefe
Kelsey Keefe Career Consultant Kelsey Keefe
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First CLAS Case Competition Winners Share Takeaways

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In October, 11 teams of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) students participated in UConn’s first-ever CLAS Case Competition. The competition was co-sponsored by the UConn Center for Career Development and Cigna, an avid recruiter of UConn students for …

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How to Prepare for the UConn Virtual Career Fair

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Today is the day! The first ever UConn Virtual Career Fair will be kicking off at 10 AM!

One final note, for those of you attempting to book consultations with employers today, please note that availability may not show. However, …

By Evan McMunn
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My Experience Using Husky Mentor Network

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Editor’s Note: The 2020 Spring Career Fair will be a virtual career fair hosted by Husky Mentor Network. Click here to watch a video tutorial overviewing how to sign up for Husky Mentor Network and how to schedule conversations with …

By Selah Ford
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5 Professional Organizations for Building on Your Business Experience

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One of the most important parts of excelling in the field of business is networking. No matter which type of business you find yourself working in, joining a professional organization can be a fantastic way to connect with other business …

By Victoria Kuryan
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