Pathways to Healthcare (That Don’t Require Med School)

Are you on the pre-med track but looking to learn more about other careers in healthcare? Do you want to work in healthcare but not attend med school? If yes, this is the video for you!

Each semester, the Center …

By Lisa Famularo
Lisa Famularo Assistant Director, Equity and Inclusion | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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Employment Opportunity Scams are Increasing – What to Watch For

One of the biggest hurdles that I, as well as the rest of my graduating class, had to endure was to sift through the fraudulent opportunities, fake emails, and never-ending phishing scams sent our way. To protect myself, I quickly …

By Francesca Crivello
Francesca Crivello Assessment & Technology Coordinator
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Staying Professionally Connected

This is a strange time for all of us, and it can be a confusing transition to online work in your graduate degree. As in regular times, it is important to communicate effectively with your advisor and other individuals with …

By Kalle Nelson
Kalle Nelson Graduate Assistant
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Fraudulent Employers – Tips for Students

The UConn Center for Career Development makes every effort to screen employers and job postings on Handshake. However, the Career Center acts only as an intermediary between employers posting job opportunities and candidates searching for job opportunities.

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By Robert Volle
Robert Volle Program Director - Regional Campuses & CPR
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Using Handshake to Support Your Career Goals

Establishing a virtual presence online is more important right now than ever. Recruiters from top companies will be looking for talent online, as in-person opportunities such as Career Fairs and Networking Events, are not currently possible. It may be true …

By Lee Hameroff
Lee Hameroff Associate Director, Operations | Pronouns: he/him/his
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Exactly What is Business Casual?

You probably have at least a vague idea of what you’re supposed to wear to a job interview—but then, if all goes well, you get the job offer. And at some point, you’re told that the office dress code …

By Susan Hyde-Wick
Susan Hyde-Wick Career Counselor
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