One Step to Take Control of Your Job Search

While conducting a job search takes time and incorporates many different steps, there is one step in particular that will have a positive ripple effect on various aspects of your ENTIRE job search!

By Kay Kimball Gruder
Kay Kimball Gruder Associate Director, Graduate Student & Postdoc Career Programs and Services | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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Healthcare & Wellness Recruiting Season Has Begun!

4 tips on how you can make the most of this recruiting season!

By Lisa Famularo
Lisa Famularo Assistant Director, Equity and Inclusion | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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From Artwork and Apps, These Young Entrepreneurs Have ‘Unfolded’ Opportunities at UConn

When faced with problems that bother her – environmental crisis, mental health challenges, violence in our society – Audrey Larson’s solution is to create. To invent.

“The things that frustrate me, the things that anger me about the world – I can solve …

By Jaclyn Severance
Jaclyn Severance University Public Relations Associate 2
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The Federal Government is Hiring; here are # things to know about

Résumés

Once you have mastered the basics, resume writing is a transferable skill. Any effective resume is persuasively drafted to provide information and evidence of compatibility with a specific job. The best way to do this is to thoroughly read …

By Wiley Dawson
Wiley Dawson Assistant Director, Hartford Campus (He, Him, His)
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First Gen Creatives: 3 Tips to Forge Ahead in Your Creative Career

First gen students in the arts: consider these three career strategies for emerging creative professionals.

By Tara Malone
Tara Malone Associate Director, Regional Campuses Pronouns: she/her/hers
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Wellness Work: 4 Jobs With “Wellness” Right in the Title

If wellness is an important part of your personal life, have you thought about how to make it an important part of your career as well? Read this blog to learn more.

By Lisa Famularo
Lisa Famularo Assistant Director, Equity and Inclusion | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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6 Tips for Navigating Your Religious Needs at Work (From People Who’ve Done It)

“Like most millennials, I consider work benefits and culture just as important as my salary, if not more. I want to know how many vacation days I’m allotted, how my employer treats their employees, and whether my co-workers are friendly. …

By Bonnie Azoulay
Bonnie Azoulay 6 Tips for Navigating Your Religious Needs at Work (From People Who've Done It)
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School of Business To Offer Advanced Business Graduate Certificate in Fast-Growing FinTech Field

The new offering, a 12-credit graduate certificate, is expected to appeal to mid-career managers and executives eager to expand their skills. The in-person program will be offered in both Hartford and Stamford. The first cohort will enroll in Fall 2022, …

By Francesca Crivello
Francesca Crivello Operations Coordinator
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Finding Comfort at Home: New Website Logs Solutions to Everyday Problems for Disabled People and Their Caregivers

Laura Mauldin, an associate professor in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and the human development and family sciences department, has a website, Disability at Home, which is a passion project as a result of her research here at the university.

By Francesca Crivello
Francesca Crivello Operations Coordinator
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Missing Prayers due to Work? Here’s How to Pray Salah at Work!

“Today we’re talking about the mother of all ‘time-management’ strategies… The strategy that was practiced by the Prophet SAW 1400 years ago a 100% of the time… The strategy that he SAW emphasized more than any other in Islam… and …

By Aimen Saifullah
Aimen Saifullah
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