How I Found the Degree for Me

Major exploration is a key step in finding a career path or discipline that you’ll love and can see yourself working in. My experience is reminiscent of many of my fellow Huskies, particularly undergraduates. I’ve found from meeting with students …

By Clarice Pennock
Clarice Pennock Career Intern Clarice Pennock
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Five Hidden Gems of the Center for Career Development Website

Five Hidden Gems of the Center for Career Development Website

(To help you enter a career in counseling, and other general information)

As a Psychology and Human Development and Family Sciences double major, attending graduate school is vital for me …

By Sarah Krafcik
Sarah Krafcik CLAS Career Ambassador Sarah Krafcik
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Welcome to the Healthcare and Wellness Community!

If you’re a student who would like to (or might like to) pursue a career in the fields of healthcare and/or wellness, this is the Career Community for you!

Career Communities were designed to group resources for students into industry-specific …

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Welcome to Career Exploration!

Career communities assist students in more manageably developing their career goals by narrowing in on a particular field or industry and cultivating content around that area.

But, what if you don’t know what you want to do with your degree? …

By Kelsey Keefe
Kelsey Keefe Career Consultant Kelsey Keefe
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Welcome to the Government, Public Administration, Law and Non-Profit Career Community!

The UConn Center for Career Development is pleased to announce a new career resource called ‘Career Communities’. Career Communities is comprised of a group of related career paths each with its own webpage with the following information categories:

• Commonly Found …

By Robin Shefts
Robin Shefts Assistant Director (Hartford Campus) Robin Shefts
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Welcome to the Arts, Media, and Communication Career Community!

As someone interested in learning more about this community, you may already be aware of the vast array of career opportunities that are available to you in these fields (which can be a bit overwhelming). You may also already be …

By Kristen Soprano
Kristen Soprano Career Consultant Kristen Soprano
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Exploring the World of Non-Profit Careers

Career satisfaction may be achieved by finding work that is meaningful to you and truly aligns with who you are. We all value different things when it comes to work—recognition, autonomy, prestige and other important factors. If what motivates you …

By Tara Malone
Tara Malone Associate Director, Regional Campuses Tara Malone
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5 Reasons to Schedule a One-on-One Career Coaching Appointment at the Center for Career Development

Career Coaching appointments are one-on-one sessions for students that help to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be, through a goal and action-oriented process. Why get started now? It is never too early or …

By Amanda D'Arbanville
Amanda D'Arbanville Career Intern Amanda D
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Yes Mom, I Have a Career Plan

The summer before my senior year of college my mom asked me, “Are you sure you want to go back to school?” I looked at her like she was crazy. I had made it through three years with a strong …

By Emily Merritt
Emily Merritt Career Consultant, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Emily Merritt
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