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!
Learn about the HuskyCT organization made to equip faculty and staff with resources to help students on their career journeys!
Big Interview is the perfect tool to provide students with the opportunity to prepare for their next interview. Learn more about this resource and how it can help you assist students on their career journeys.
Dr. Danielle DeRosa is currently a Visiting Clinical Instructor in the Neag School of Education and her extensive experience in multiple departments across the university contributes to her dedication to integrate career readiness into the student experience.
92% of undergraduate students have reported favorable outcomes at the six-month post-graduation milestone. A 92% favorable outcome rate represents a 8-percentage point increase since the Center for Career Development first started tracking these outcomes in 2016.
The directory provides a unique opportunity for networking and collaboration with peers who share your passion for nurturing the next generation’s career success. It’s a space where you can exchange innovative ideas, discuss best practices, and tap into the collective wisdom of a diverse community dedicated to career and educational excellence.
The Center for Career Development is pleased to announce our two Faculty Fellows for this semester: Dr. Na-Rae Kim and Professor Ryan Cooper. Read on to learn more about their roles and backgrounds!
Whether for career advice, industry insight, a subject matter expert, or learning more about a specific organization, employers and alumni are ready and willing to share information with your students.
Students have a difficult time articulating to employers what career competencies they have acquired during their coursework. As Faculty Fellow during the Spring 2023 semester, Dr. Natalia Smirnova helped develop the Three As approach to expressing Career Competencies.
Draw attention to career competencies through your syllabus, assignments, or evaluations to help students understand how important these skills are. Example assignments and other resources are available to help you help students.
The career readiness journeys of UConn students happen in every facet of their college experiences. Faculty, advisors, student employment supervisors, coaches, employers, and alumna are all having conversations about post-graduation success with students, and they may not even realize it. …