5 ways BIPOC Students Can Launch a Career in the Sports Industry

Are you a BIPOC student interested in the sports industry?

Learn about the steps to take so that you can meet your career goals!

By Wiley Dawson
Wiley Dawson Assistant Director, Hartford Campus (He, Him, His)
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The Biggest Resume Mistakes For Veterans

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about the biggest mistake that veterans make in their resumes that could hurt them from getting the corporate/civilian job they’re …

By Guest Contributor - WayUp
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Unitarian Universalist Views of Faith in the Workplace

“How do you express your faith in the work that you do? How do religious values and spiritual practice challenge your work life?

In Democracy in America (1835), Alexis de Toqueville noted the American hunger for a spiritual life. How we …

By Rosemarie C. Smurzynsk
Rosemarie C. Smurzynsk Unitarian Universalist Views of Faith in the Workplace
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Being Transgender or Non-Binary in the Workplace: Navigating Dress Codes

Learn about the challenges of traditional dress code policies for transgender and non-binary individuals, and explore what a gender-neutral dress code policy might look like.

By Avery Caya
Avery Caya Graduate Assistant, CLAS/Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (They/Them/Theirs)
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Embracing and Overcoming the Generational Effects as an Asian American Student

Being a first-generation student comes with a challenging territory filled with questions and uncertainty. But, you are not alone in this experience, learn about Center for Career Development Intern Briana Phouadara’s experience as a first-generation student and how she overcame these challenges.

By Briana Phouadara
Briana Phouadara
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Support Networks and How Students with Disabilities can benefit from them

Discover how support networks can benefit students with disabilities and learn how to build one.

By Emily Bretthauer
Emily Bretthauer
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Finding Work Experience While Studying at UConn

Are you an international student looking for a job, internship or co-op?Look no further, this guide to finding work experience is here for you!

By Andrea Xia
Andrea Xia
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Practicing Before an Interview: Why You Should and Resources to Help

Did you just apply for an internship, job, or co-op? Did you already hear back and have an interview coming up? Learn about hot to prepare for an interview and the resources available at your fingertips!

By Lily Guberman
Lily Guberman
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Adaptive Clothing in the Workplace: Where to Find Adaptive Professional Apparel

What is adaptive clothing? Learn what it is and where you can purchase professional adaptive apparel!

By Avery Caya
Avery Caya Graduate Assistant, CLAS/Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (They/Them/Theirs)
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Storytelling. A powerful tool in the international student’s job-search toolkit

What do cortisol, dopamine, and oxytocin, have to do with your job search? I will give you a clue. They are all hormones that our brain releases in response to a good story. They help us stay alert and focused …

By Theo Menounos
Theo Menounos Assistant Director, Career Coaching & Counseling, School of Engineering
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