What is a technical interview? Will you have to complete one when applying for jobs? Learn the answers to these questions and gain valuable “do’s and don’ts”!
The Expand Your Career Options event hosted four panelists, all of whom are completing their first year of a faculty position beyond UConn. Here they shared their experiences and gave advice for those interested in following a similar path.
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.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month! To celebrate early, today we’re highlighting Josephine Santiago-Bond, Chief and co-founder of the Advanced Engineering Development Branch at NASA.
Are you interested in expanding your business experience? Check out these on-campus resources that can help foster innovation and supports student opportunities.
Take advantage of this new way to explore different career paths! From interactive videos to virtual tours, there are a variety of ways for you to experience day-to-day tasks from the comfort of your home.
Determining a workplace’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) Value is important, especially to those who want to be able to express their ethnic and cultural identities. Here are some red and green flags as well as questions to ask employers.
Coming from another country to work in the United States is a big challenge and adjustment. You can prepare yourself a little more by learning about American Workplace Culture and the expectations and differences between your home country and the U.S.
Animal Science is not just for veterinarians, there are many career options open to you! Read on to find high in demand careers in the agricultural industry that could fit you!
Vanessa Scanlon is on the faculty of UConn Health after receiving her undergraduate degree from UConn and her Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences from UConn Health.