Innovatively Measuring Corporate Religious Equity & Inclusion

If finding a company to work for that values equity and inclusion is important to you, you have likely spent some time online searching for “most diverse companies” or “companies that value DE&I.” Throughout your searches, you have probably stumbled …

By Lisa Famularo
Lisa Famularo Assistant Director, Equity and Inclusion | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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3 Tips on Finding a Job that’s LGBTQ+ Inclusive

As an LGBTQ+ student, you may be wondering whether your future employer is fostering an inclusive workplace. In this article, we will talk about finding jobs in a career that is both inclusive and fulfilling.

By Alex Manna
Alex Manna Program Assistant/Employer Relations Coordinator, Stamford Campus
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10 Entry-Level Jobs That Actually Pay—Plus Tips on How to Get Them

The phrase “entry-level” has, in many ways, become synonymous with low pay. But the truth is, “It is not the term ‘entry-level’ that determines salary,” says Linda J. Hollenback, MSEd, a college and career strategist, founder of Hollenback Consulting, and …

By Deanna deBara - The Muse
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How mentors help first-generation college students get a job and succeed in professional career growth

Resilient first-generation students who graduate with degrees report positive outcomes throughout their college-going years, and upon graduation, throughout their careers, according to Gallup-Poll research. As you approach graduation, continue to persevere as you search for your first job out of …

By Amy Adkins-Dwivedi - College Recruiter
College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. Each year, we help more than 3 million students and recent grads find part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs requiring 0-3 years of experience.
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GoinGlobal Career Guides

UConn’s Center for Career Development offers a partnership with GoingGlobal, an online career resource for all nationalities looking for positions either at home or abroad. GoinGlobal is an employment tool that offers a list of employers with past records of …

By Desiree Martino
Desiree Martino Career Coach | Pronouns she/her
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A Perfect Storm for US Agriculture

Supply chains and inflation are topics on the minds of many consumers. Shortages of products ranging from building materials, microchips, baby formula, to pharmaceuticals show how our day-to-day lives rely on global supply chains and the ever-increasing prices of the products they transport.

For …

By Francesca Crivello
Francesca Crivello Operations Coordinator
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All You Need to Know about Internships

For doctoral students and postdoc scholars, internships may sound a bit alien. While finding an internship is common among undergraduates, it is often a less common experiential learning option for students at the doctoral degree level. As more diverse career …

By Damiao Zoe Xu
Damiao Zoe Xu Graduate Assistant, Graduate Student and Postdoc Career Programs and Services | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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First Gen ERGs

There are a number of Employee Resource Groups available to students in the First Gen Affinity Community. Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are employee-led coalitions comprised of employees who share common interests, backgrounds, and/or demographic factors. While the operations of such …

By Maggie Cummings
Maggie Cummings Career Consulting and Services Intern
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10 unique career paths for college grads pursuing sport analytics careers

The interest in sport analytics careers is growing at a rapid rate. So much that Syracuse University now offers an undergraduate degree in the field of sport analytics. College Recruiter profiled Syracuse University sports economist and analytics professor Rodney Paul, …

By Matt Krumrie - College Recruiter
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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. Each year, we help more than 3 million students and recent grads find part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs requiring 0-3 years of experience.
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We Need Environmental Science Grads, But What Do You Need? 13 Career Options We Think You’ll Love

Whatever drove you to study—or consider studying—environmental science, you’re well aware that the world needs you right now. Environmental science majors are prepared to take on our climate crisis, conserve natural resources and environments, lead the charge on renewable energy, and—not to be dramatic—literally save the planet.

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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