Ways to Recruit at UConn

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Career Fairs

The Center for Career Development offers annual opportunities to engage in signature events such as our fall and spring career fairs.

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Employer Branding & Engagement Opportunities

The following options can be available to employers in order to promote awareness of their organization and market job opportunities available for students.  Inquire with your Corporate Partner Relations contact to learn more.

  • Career Conversations

    Four to five employers, based on industry, join us virtually or in person tabling event.

  • Employer-Hosted Events

    Set up an employer-hosted virtual event in Handshake and share with UConn students.

  • UConn Career Champion Program

    The Career Champion Program (link) connects and engages faculty, staff, alumni, and employer partners who are actively assisting UConn students in determining and reaching their career goals.

  • Career Tuesdays

    Employer presentation on their organization and opportunities, hosted by the School of Business Career Development Office.
  • Career Fairs

    UConn offers all-university career fairs in the fall and spring each year, both in-person and virtually (via Handshake).
  • Co-Host a Career Program

    Co-host a career program, virtually or in person, with the Center for Career Development, and answer student questions from the employer perspective
  • Employer Site Visits

    Invite UConn students for a tour of your offices virtually or in person.
  • Information Sessions

    Showcase your organization and speak about your organization’s operations, mission, and career opportunities.
  • Virtual or In-Person Interviews

    Interview students in person (Storrs and Stamford), or set up virtual interviews with any UConn student via Handshake and conduct the interview on your virtual platform.
  • Employer Guest Blogger

    Write a blog (500 word or less) about your organization that aligns with one of our Career Communities or Affinity Community Pages.

Contact us so we can discuss a customized recruiting strategy that can help meet your recruiting efforts. Meet your Corporate Partner Relations contact focused in your employer office geographical location.

Lisa McGuire
Associate Director, Corporate Partner Relations
School of Engineering
lisa.mcguire@uconn.edu
Mary Malerba
Assistant Director, Corporate Partner Relations
New Haven, CT, Avery Point, CT, Eastern CT and Rhode Island, College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources
mary.malerba@uconn.edu
Zac Macinnes
Assistant Director, Corporate Partner Relations
Greater Hartford, CT, Litchfield County, CT, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine
zachary.macinnes@uconn.edu
Chrys Tsilibes
Assistant Director, Corporate Partner Relations
Fairfield County, CT
chrys.tsilibes@uconn.edu
Christina Badini
Assistant Director, Corporate Partner Relations
New York Metro Area, States South and West of CT
christina.badini@uconn.edu
Gabrielle Comella
Corporate Partner Relations Coordinator
Career Fairs, On Campus Interviews (OCI)
gabrielle.comella@uconn.edu