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Our Mission

The Center for Career Development at the University of Connecticut is dedicated to excellence through offering the highest levels of service to our students across all schools, colleges, campuses, and disciplines. We support the intellectual growth of our students by providing programs and experiences that promote self-awareness and engagement as they identify a course of study and pursue opportunities to become contributing members of the state, national, and world communities. Through partnership with employers, alumni, faculty, and staff, we connect students to quality career development resources, internships, experiential learning, and post-graduate opportunities.

Program Coordinator

Robert (Bob) Volle
Email: robert.volle_jr@uconn.edu
Branford House Room 313

Career Consultant on campus Monday & Wednesday
9 am - 4 pm
Sign into HuskyCareerLink to make an appointment
Click on Career Center and then Appointments
For more information click here.

 

 

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