Career Insights from Wilma Mankiller – First Female Chief of the Cherokee Nation

This blog is part of a series documenting notable people from underrepresented groups and the career insights they provide us. As you read, click links to access additional career development resources.

Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010): Don’t let people define you. Define …

By Erik Zawodniak
Erik Zawodniak Erik Zawodniak
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Welcome to the Non-profit, Social Service, and other Careers for the Common Good Community!

Welcome to the Non-profit, Social Service, and other Careers for the Common Good Community! The Center for Career Development understands that the job and internship search can be overwhelming, especially when trying to find opportunities in common good careers. This …

By Alexis Cortes
Alexis Cortes Graduate Assistant Alexis Cortes
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Let the Exploration Begin! 6 Steps to Navigating the “Let’s Explore” Career Community

As an undergraduate student, you may already be aware of the vast array of academic opportunities and career outcomes that come with pursuit of a degree from the University of Connecticut.  For students in the ACES Program, or whose majors …

By Kristen Soprano
Kristen Soprano Career Consultant Kristen Soprano
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Welcome to the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Career Community!

Are you interested in charting your own innovative and entrepreneurial career path? You are in the right place! Through the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Career Community you will discover an array of resources for guidance and support as you pursue new …

By Tara Malone
Tara Malone Associate Director, Regional Campuses Tara Malone
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HACE: A Career Resource for Latino Professionals

Are you looking for a company that values diversity? How about a non-profit that will assist in forming networking connections and provide resources for professional development?   Look no further, the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) is a national non-profit that is …

By Spencer Hayes
Spencer Hayes Graduate Assistant Spencer Hayes
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