Undergraduate Students

4 Paths to a Career in Art Therapy


Thirsty For Art is a YouTube channel where this Art Therapist shares their experiences with art therapy and how you can pursue multiple career paths within the field. In this video, Youhjung speaks to 4 paths to a career in …

By Aaliyah Castleberry
Aaliyah Castleberry Career Consultant Aaliyah Castleberry
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A Must Listen To Podcast: “How I Work”

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Students often ask me, “What’s the best way I can…

…get a job?”

…create my résumé or CV?”

…write a cover letter?”

…successfully network?”

…prepare for a job interview?”

…talk to my advisor?”

…present a job talk?”

Many individuals are …

By Kay Kimball Gruder
Kay Kimball Gruder Assistant Director of Graduate Student Career Programs and Services Kay Kimball Gruder
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School Counseling: What Is It and Where Do I Start?


Most of us have probably met with a school counselor at some point. Whether they helped us pick classes in high school or sent over our transcript to our top college choices, school counselors serve an essential support role in …

By Victoria
Victoria Victoria
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BUILD UConn Spring Internship Program


BUILD the UConn you want to see! The Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation is offering an exciting opportunity to create solutions to problems in academia today. The challenge will provide participants with an entrepreneurial “tool belt” and pathway to …

By Tara Malone
Tara Malone Assistant Director, Career Development, Stamford Campus Tara Malone
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Increase Your Chances for Career Success with the Concept of Jeong


In  South Korea, the concept of jeong plays a critical role in the formulation of relationships and bonds; these bonds can often help aid in the job search process. Jeong is quite similar to the United States practice of networking, …

By Kristen Soprano
Kristen Soprano Career Consultant Kristen Soprano
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