Internships & Co-ops

Scholarships Available to Latinx Students!

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As a student financing an education either independently or with assistance, the price tag on a college tag can be overwhelming. One of the ways to minimize student debt and ease the stress of paying for college is by applying …

By Clarice Pennock
Clarice Pennock Career Intern Clarice Pennock
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Looking for an Internship? Consider TIP Summer Research & Innovation Internships

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Looking for a summer internship and hoping to gain more experience in research or innovation in the field of STEM and/or business? The TIP Innovation Fellows Program might be the perfect opportunity for you. 

The TIP Innovation Fellows Program offers mentored summer …

By Jessica Buller
Jessica Buller Career Consultant Jessica Buller
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3 Nonprofit Myths to Consider as You Enter the Job Market

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This past week, the Careers for the Common Good team held the Debunking the Myths of Working for a Nonprofit Panel. The discussion included four recent UConn alumni who shared their experiences working for a nonprofit organization and some of …

By Zoeann Day
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Looking for an Internship? Why I Considered the UConn Career Center for Mine!

Career Intern Irene Soteriou

I first realized that I wanted to work at the Center for Career Development during my freshman year at UConn. I was a member of Law Society at the time, and the President of the organization was a strong, independent …

By Irene Soteriou
Irene Soteriou Irene Soteriou
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Opportunity Employment: A Commitment to Diverse Talent

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As a job or internship seeker, there are so many ways to evaluate a company’s commitment to diversity. A common suggestion is to look at the company’s website or social media accounts, but sometimes it can be hard to know …

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Powerful Women Mentor Powerful Women

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When James Brown sang, “This is a man’s world, this is a man’s world. But it wouldn’t be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl,” he was definitely onto something. Although women and men are about neck and neck …

By Dominque Moore
Dominque Moore Graduate Assistant: Career Development Dominque Moore
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3 Tips for Developing Skills Outside of Your Graduate Degree Program

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As a graduate student, you might become competent and confident in your research and/or teaching skills, your abilities to think critically and write persuasively after receiving training in your graduate study. Yet, it’s likely that what you have acquired prepares …

By Damiao Zoe Xu
Damiao Zoe Xu Graduate Assistant, Graduate Student and Postdoc Career Programs and Services Damiao Zoe Xu
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Learn about Green Careers through the Office of Sustainability’s Green Careers Panel

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Have you thought about pursuing a Green Career but want to hear more from individuals currently in the field? The Office of Sustainability hosted their second annual Green Careers Panel virtually – and that means you can watch and learn more. …

By Jessica Buller
Jessica Buller Career Consultant Jessica Buller
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How Will a Biden Presidency Affect International Students’ Job Search?

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Following Biden’s successful presidential bid, we spoke with international student career expert Marcelo Barros to get a sense of how a Biden presidency will affect international students and their U.S. job search. We discussed immigration policy, H-1B visas, what students …

By Derek Loosvelt - Vault
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A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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3 Organizations to Help First-Generation Students

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As a first-generation student, you may feel like you are alone sometimes, and as if nobody around you has faced these problems and challenges before. You’re the first member of your family to attend college, and that can be an …

By Alex Manna
Alex Manna Program Assistant/Employer Relations Coordinator, Stamford Campus Alex Manna
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