Chaddane Williams

Chaddane Williams

Name: Chaddane Williams

Pronouns (optional): He/Him/His

Year: Junior

Major: Computer Science

Hometown: Bloomfield, CT

 

How have you personally used and benefitted from the Center for Career Development?

Utilizing the Career Center’s resume critique services, I have been able to craft a resume tailored to my strengths and emphasizing what makes me an outstanding candidate for any job I apply for. The center has aided me in identifying and communicating my key values to a potential employer.

 

 

What are your future career goals?

In the future, I hope to delve deeper into the world between my left and right brain. My goal is to employ my critical thinking and creative intuition to adapt to numerous problems and develop positive solutions that will bring joy to millions of people!

 

What are some extracurricular activities you are involved in?

I am currently a member and Vice-President of the Men’s Volleyball team. I am a 6/3 middle blocker shining bright in the game I love! Additionally, I am the current Vice-President of the Designed Black club; an on-campus collective of African American digital creatives engaging in digital media projects through art, music, film, and technology. I am also a member of the UConn Marching/Pep Band as well as a member of the Tau Beta Sigma band sorority!

 

What is something unique about you?

I am a self-taught character designer/digital artist with an overwhelming love for lions

 

What would you say to a student who has never visited the Center for Career Development before?

Don’t worry about planning your entire future right now. Let’s stay here in the present and we’ll figure out the next steps together. You are not only in your journey, and you never will be!

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