When using ChatGPT or other Generative AI platforms, it is important to think of these programs as a tool to enhance the development of materials and content, and not a replacement.
In a recent career panel for graduate students titled “Expand Your Career Options” (Fall 2023), four panelists with PhDs working in different offices at UConn shared their career trajectories and advice. Read on to see the key takeaways from this panel and stay tuned for the next Expand Your Career Options event!
A lobbyist serves as an intermediary between the client and lawmakers in an attempt to influence legislation. Here’s my experience as an intern for a lobbying and public relations firm in Hartford.
Interested in a career connected to the disability community? This blog can help you explore careers where the disability community and business and law intersect.
In an era marked by pressing environmental concerns, it’s more important than ever to find ways to contribute to a sustainable future. One way to do so is to choose one the many exciting, challenging, and fast-growing ESG-related career paths …
There are plenty of options for those with a teaching degree other than teaching. Written and communication skills, problem solving and critical thinking give you the opportunity to work in roles outside of the classroom.
There is a vast array of career paths in Healthcare and Wellness that are not in the Medical Sciences. From Nutritionist to Life Coach, here are some potential pathways to healthcare.
For those interested in topics surrounding agriculture, biology, and sustainability, the Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture offers Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree programs for students at any point in their career path.
Despite all the progress we’ve made as a society, disparities, and inequalities continue to exist, and educational opportunities for Native Americans are no exception. For many Native American students, finding a career that not only provides a good income but …
Two occupations that are often confused in the tech industry are computer science and software engineering. But, while they may be similar in nature and fundamentals, they shouldn’t be used interchangeably.
For one, software engineers are professionals who specialize in …
To get to know a certain industry or career, you can invite professional connections to meet for an informational interview. Reaching out to a UConn alum in the industry you’re interested in can help you navigate your own career journey.