Is “Winter” a Four-Letter Word?? Have hope for springtime and your future!

It is February and here in New England the UConn campuses find themselves encircled in a snow globe world.  If we believe an ear-biting groundhog, we have another six weeks of winter.  Does that statement make you want reach for …

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Nursing Residency Programs

Are you a nursing student interested in further education before beginning your professional career? Do you want to gain more research experience and clinical leadership in patient care? Do you want to increase your marketability by transitioning from an entry-level …

By Laura Evangelista
Laura Evangelista Assistant Director for Curriculum Design and Pre-Professional Advising
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I went to the career fair, now what?

Maybe this was your first career fair – maybe it wasn’t. Either way, don’t lose a valuable opportunity to enhance that first impression. Follow up! Did you have a good conversation with a recruiter? Were you interested in learning more about …

By Lisa McGuire
Lisa McGuire Associate Director, Corporate Partner Relations
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Start to Finish: The Road to a Job Offer

Wondering how to end your senior year with a job offer? Start early. This blog will help you plan and execute your path towards your future job after graduation. Let’s begin with training!

Training: Freshman Year

Choose a major that …

By Nicole Chow
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“Hidden Jobs”

Finding hidden jobs is an easier task than spotting one of the 100 moose residing in Connecticut. Unlike venturing out to spot moose, when heading out to uncover hidden jobs, one wants to be highly visible. Similar to spotting moose, …

By Kay Kimball Gruder
Kay Kimball Gruder Assistant Director of Graduate Student Career Programs and Services
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CLAS Major Spotlight on Literatures, Cultures & Languages

Wondering about your career options related to Literatures, Cultures, & Languages? Come learn from and network with UConn alumni and industry professionals as they talk about their career experiences. This career conversation event will bring together a small group of …

By Emily Merritt
Emily Merritt Career Consultant, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
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Student Success Story: Varun Khattar

Varun Khattar

Major(s): Double major in Psychology and Individualized Gender and Ethnic Studies

Class Standing: Junior

Can you give us some background on the UConn Civic Scholars Collective and what your role was in implementing it?

Well, I’ve had quite …

By Brittney Austin
Brittney Austin Communications Assistant
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Article by the Center for Career Development in UConn Parent Talk Newsletter

Have you seen the article in the January issue of UConn Parent Talk Newsletter written by our very own Beth Settje, the now Assistant Director of the Center for Career Development at UConn?  “Parents Can Help UConn Students Achieve …

By Pamela Zagami
Pamela Zagami Administrative Services Specialist
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Part I: Preparing for a Successful Internship & Co-op Fair Experience

An internship or co-op experience can be an excellent way to explore a potential career and network with professionals in your field. The spring semester can be a busy and stressful time for students interested in securing one of these …

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Make The Most of A Snow Day

Blizzard Juno brought us an early release, a full snow day, and a late start this week. While we may not get a storm like that again this season, we can certainly bet on a few more snow days in …

By Alyssa Rametta
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