Pre-Med and Pre-Dental Resources at UConn

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If you’re a pre-health student at UConn, you’re likely familiar with the Pre-Med and Pre-Dental Center. Located in the Rowe building at the Storrs campus, they provide invaluable resources to you as current students seeking admission into a health-related graduate …

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A tech career in Human Rights?

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What comes to mind when you hear the phrase Human Rights? For many people, Human Rights means social justice and many may equate careers in Human Rights to nonprofit and advocacy work.  And yes, those careers do exist, but often …

By Eran Peterson
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I’m a Showrunner’s Assistant—Here’s How I Broke Into the TV Industry

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Ian Olympio is a showrunner’s assistant on a new untitled STARZ drama from playwright Katori Hall. A showrunner, for those of you who aren’t as addicted to TV as me, is the driving force behind the entire journey of a …

By The Muse
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I’m a Full-time Designer Who Tried the Freelance Track

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Jacob Gambino—Design Director at The Muse—is one of those rare (and lucky) individuals who knew what he wanted to do with his career before he even went to college.

“Late in high school,” Gambino explains, “I sorted out that design, …

By The Muse
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UConn Waterbury Newsletter – May 2nd, 2019

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By Reid McLendon
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Let’s Debunk Those Fine Arts Myths!

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Just last week, I had the pleasure of presenting at the School of Fine Arts Experience for Prospective Students where I shared some information about fine arts majors, career prospects, as well as services offered at the Center for Career …

By Jennifer Grunwald
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Using Vault Guides for Career Exploration

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It can become very overwhelming when choosing a career path. A million questions fly across your mind, but the most pressing question is “Where do I start?” A great resource provided to students at UConn are the Vault Guides. There …

By Amanda Idusuyi
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Exploring Career Paths in Business?

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You’re pursuing a business-type major. You’re going to get a business job. You don’t need to explore career paths, right?

A lot of business careers have straight-forward job titles: “Accountant,” “Financial Analyst,” “Marketing Manager.” A quick search for these titles …

By Kelsey Keefe
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Strategies for Determining a Career Path

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Choosing a career path is a big decision. It can influence a lot about your time at UConn and it’s something that well-meaning friends and family won’t stop asking you about.

While it seems like you are deciding what you …

By Kelsey Keefe
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Writing a Resume Geared Towards Non-Profit or Public Service

Do you have an interest in going into public service or working for a non-profit? It’s important to remember that your resume is one of the first tools you have when it comes to applying for jobs or internships you’re …

By Alex Manna
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