Welcome to the Agriculture, Food, and the Environment career community!

This page has been tailored to this specific community and its industry-related opportunities for students and alumni. Browse this page for alumni to engage with, events to attend, student organizations to consider joining, internships and jobs to explore, professional organizations to learn from, and blog posts to deepen your understanding. To discuss career opportunities and how to prepare for roles in this industry, consider meeting with a career coach. Meetings can be scheduled by clicking here

Virtual or phone appointments- even easier than finding Wilbur Cross!

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If you’ve made it this far and found our website, I’ve got great news! Meeting with a Career Consultant is just a couple of clicks away. If you are finding yourself wondering about the current state of the job or …

By Eran Peterson
Eran Peterson Career Consultant, School of Engineering Eran Peterson
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There is No Perfect Major for Pre-Med

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It’s a common misconception among pre-med students that certain majors are more advantageous for getting into medical school. Many students assume that medical schools prefer STEM majors, especially biology majors. In reality, medical schools are looking for diverse candidates from …

By Katerine Pais
Katerine Pais Academic Advisor
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How to Best Prepare for the Non-Profit & Service Career Fair! 

Non-Profit and Service Career Fair

Careers for the Common Good is excited to announce the 2020 Non-Profit and Service Career Fair on February 28th, from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. The Career Fair is a wonderful opportunity for students to engage with over 75 non-profits, …

By Ashley Andino
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Are you thinking about life after graduation?

Beyond UConn Expo

 

If you are graduating in 2020, plan on attending the Annual Beyond UConn Expo on February 18th, from 4-7 PM, to meet experts and find resources about life after graduation. The Expo will include representatives from UConn as well …

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Do you even need an Engineering degree to work in the field of Engineering?

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There are certainly majors that are more linear than others in regards to career paths. You pretty much need a Nursing degree to be a Nurse, an Actuarial degree to be an Actuary, and a Pharmacy degree to be a …

By Eran Peterson
Eran Peterson Career Consultant, School of Engineering Eran Peterson
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