UConn students are invited to participate in a survey, Identity and Career Development, conducted by the Center for Career Development. After completing the survey, you will have the opportunity to win one of ten $25 gift cards!
Professional organizations provide opportunities for networking, mentorship, and professional development catered to your career goals and interests. To help celebrate Black History Month we are highlighting professional organizations within the black community!
Black Owned Businesses are important community staples that create new jobs and improve the relationship within them. Read on for a list of local Black Owned Businesses and how you can support them.
As the school year proceeds, juniors and seniors are beginning to finish their graduate school search and are beginning applications. While choosing between areas of study, masters vs. Ph.Ds., and ensuring all prerequisites are complete are things all students should …
My internship allowed me to explore my passion for clinical-based research. I learned how first-hand experience in how molecular research was done and gained an understanding the pathobiology of chronic lung diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
A new faculty member, Everett is an avid literacy advocate and expert in urban education, teacher education, and literacy education. Here we explore her recent publication for the National Council of Teachers of English.
Explore mental health resources for Black students and professionals as well as strategies to manage your stress.
Karus Sabio ’23 is a senior majoring in Political Science on the UConn Stamford campus. Throughout her four years at UConn, she has worked at Apple Inc. and has been involved on campus in various meaningful ways. Read on to learn more about Karus’ experiences and the advice she has for fellow students.
Are you a BIPOC student interested in the sports industry?
Learn about the steps to take so that you can meet your career goals!
It was risky, Shontay Lundy said, to create a sunscreen line marketed toward Black people. But it was a risk she was willing to take.
In 2016, Lundy launched her company, Black Girl Sunscreen, saying she was was “underwhelmed” by …
The Black Students Affinity Community has many resources for students as they embark on their career journeys.