Informational interviews are a great way to get to know an individual and their experience in an industry you may be interested in. UConn alumni are great connections to have, so don’t be afraid to reach out!
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month! To celebrate early, today we’re highlighting the trailblazing Congresswoman Patsy Mink.
Working for the government can set you up for success, with great benefits and the opportunity to contribute to the common good! Read on to learn about where to look for government internship opportunities.
Have you heard about UConn’s food pantry, Husky Harvest? Meet the Lily Forand, a student committed to addressing the problem of food insecurity on campus, who started it all.
Stephanie is a Regional Manager with Techtronic Industries (TTI). She connected with TTI at a career fair during her senior year. In her current role, she interacts with students in similar ways, attending career fairs and networking events, having discussions with students about how their career goals and TTI can match.
Want to be in a career where you are helping others? Explore healthcare and wellness paths! Read on to learn important differences!
Considering taking UNIV 1820 “Making Major Decisions” to learn more about yourself and find the major that’s right for you!
Entrepreneurs Haley Segar and Kayla Simon shared their entrepreneurial journeys and how resources at UConn helped them get their businesses started. Read on to learn more about their unique stories and businesses.
Jenna Greenhalgh ’01 (CLAS) visited Saudi Arabia and literally makes it rain through cloudseeding to increase rain fall for the area.
What exactly are NACE Career Competencies? This blog covers that and more, by understanding what the competencies are and why they are important, you can better support students in their career journeys and set them up for success!