The University of Hartford's Office of Career Services offers its students and graduates one-on-one career counseling, including resume reviews, interviewing techniques, and general job seeking counseling. The Office of Career Services also maintains an online job bank, called CareerBridge, of jobs offered by local employers seeking paralegal graduates. CareerBridge allows you to search for jobs and post your resume for prospective employers to view.
The Office of Career Services has counselors who work specifically with paralegal students and graduates. The Office of Career Services also has the "Job Search Guide for Paralegal Studies" that was created by paralegal recruiters, attorneys, paralegals and educators with sample resumes, cover letters, and interview questions. To request an electronic copy of the Guide e-mail Sharron Dillon at firstname.lastname@example.org or pick up a copy at the Career Center. Visit the University of Hartford's Office of Career Services for more information.
Graduate survey information indicates that for the past three years, approximately 50% of Paralegal Studies graduates are employed as paralegals or are in positions utilizing paralegal skills. Another approximate 33% are in other professions and are not seeking paralegal employment.
Employers of University of Hartford graduates believe that their employees are adequately trained. Employer survey information indicates that for the past two years 100% judge that their University of Hartford graduate was adequately prepared for the tasks they require for the position.