Resources for Career Champions Resources

On-campus Employer Guide for UConn Undergraduate and Graduate Internships

By participating in an on-campus internship, students are exposed to a level of responsibility different from a campus job. They …

Host Employer & Alumni Visits in the Classroom

The Career Everywhere team has heard from faculty Career Champions, who are interested in inviting employer partners and alumni into …

Submit a Blog

A blog is a simple and effective way to instill your experience and knowledge with UConn students.

Request a Presentation

The Career Center can come to your class or club and present on a variety of career topics.

Join HuskyLink

Connect with UConn students for one-on-one career conversations.

Access a Career Development Module

You have the option to gain ‘view only’ access to the Career Development Modules on HuskyCT or to have module(s) …

Interview Module Outline

Whether you are interviewing for a job, internship, graduate school, or other opportunities, the key to successful preparation is a …

LinkedIn Module Outline

Creating a network of people who know you is central to an effective job or internship search, and although for …

Cover Letter Module Outline

A cover letter is a formal business letter that serves as an introduction to your résumé and as a tool …