Campus Jobs & Internships
Search for campus jobs at all five locations, regardless of work-study funding; there are also positions for students not receiving this aid. The type of work is not related to the funding source. Withing JobX, there are entry level campus jobs to those that require the student to have more skills and training, as well as internships in.
Handshake is a web-based recruiting system which allows the Center for Career Development to manage many of the recruiting-related activities we offer to students. Students who would like to participate in on-campus interviews and/or view electronic job postings MUST register in Handshake and utilize the system to view job openings, apply for positions, and sign up for interviews.
The Werth Institute encompasses a variety of makerspaces, networking programs, case competitions, and other innovation-related programs for students including NetWerx, HackUConn, the Learning Community Innovation Zone (LCIZ), and the UConn Library Maker Studio.
This program, based in the School of Business but open to all students, strives to provide hands-on experience with emerging technologies in business. All students can participate in self-paced learning activities (tech kits), equipment and space reservation, and workshops.
UConn Rescue is a student organization that offers public training classes related to emergency medical services. The classes they offer include CPR/AED, First Aid, and Stop the Bleed.
The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Program offers a few different certifications related to human subject research. Certification is required for students to be part of an IRB-approved research team at the University, but the certification courses are open to all.