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Med School: Expectations vs. Reality

Jessica Young

Jessica Young (She/Her/Hers)

Jessica is an alumnus of the UConn Class of 2019. She graduated as part of the Honors Program and the Special Program in Medicine with a B.S. in Physiology and Neurobiology and a B.S. in English. At …

By Hannah Halloran
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Conduct an Informational Interview with Me: Data Curator

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As a graduating senior, one of the most valuable tools for my job search has been the informational interview. In this post, I will guide you through the process of requesting and conducting an informational interview by sharing my personal …

By Meghan Jerrild
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I Can Use My TikTok Account For What? – Career Advice Through TikTok

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It is no question that TikTok has consumed the lives of many people over the last year. If you aren’t on the app yet, this is your call to action! TikTok is a social media platform where content creators can …

By Marina DeThomas
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7 Questions You Should Be Ready to Answer in Your Human Resource Interview

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As you start thinking about applying for jobs in the HR field, you may be taking steps to help you prepare for an upcoming interview. After all, being successful in the interview process is key to helping you get that …

By Victoria
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Calling All Readers: 3 Books to Help Your Career Development

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Why not spend some time curled up with a good book — in this case, a book with valuable career development insight? We asked 3 staff members at the Center for Career Development which books they would recommend, and here are …

By Erik Zawodniak
Erik Zawodniak CLAS Career Ambassador Erik Zawodniak
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