Welcome to the Business, Finance, Sales, and Marketing Career Community!

The world of business is broad and diverse, just like the people who work in it. This career community offers information to students interested in general business, as well as the more focused areas of finance, sales, and marketing, regardless of major or courses completed. Being an accomplished person in the world of business relies on key skills as you Become Career Ready, as well as a drive to succeed; the Business, Finance, Sales, and Marketing Career Community offers resources, information, and tools to help you make the decisions you need to get and stay on your desired career path.

Some highlights of the Business, Finance, Sales, and Marketing Career Community page:

  • Husky Mentors-connects you with UConn alumni who are available for career conversations with fellow Huskies. Some mentors are highlighted directly on the career community who might align with your career aspirations, but you can view many more directly within the Husky Mentor Network!
  • Job Market Insights-allows you to view real-time data as you explore career pathways by industry and occupation. You will be able to see core tasks associated with various jobs, employment trends, annual earnings, and necessary skills – among other details.
  • Events & Jobs-view upcoming events and job openings specifically geared to these industries. New opportunities will be regularly added.
  • Articles and Blogs-provides info about current trends and student stories. Get a taste of what to expect by checking out some of our recent posts:

To stay in the know and never miss an update, click the dark blue button – “Follow this community” to be notified of new jobs, blogs, events, and more.

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Questions about the Career Community or the Center for Career Development? Make a career coaching appointment to discuss aspects of your career journey, for now and in the future.

By Beth E Settje
Beth E Settje Associate Director, Experiential Learning & College to Career Transitions | Pronouns: She/Her