Coronavirus Update

In-person classes will not resume for the spring semester or Summerterm. Classes are being offered through remote instruction. Find full details of changes to the University’s schedule and operations, and additional information regarding our response to COVID-19 at

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Career Services, Mentoring, and Networking

The University of Hartford and the Alumni Association are here to support you through any stage in your professional life, whether you're looking to expand your network or thinking of a career change.

Networking with fellow alumni is a terrific avenue to help define your goals and expand opportunities. Event locations and times are promoted through Alumni Association emails and The Link e-newsletter. To ensure you're on the invitation list, please update your information.

Get even more connected through the University's official LinkedIn group with over 50,000 followers. You can share news, ask for career advice, and make connections with other alumni in your field.

Hawks Soar: Alumni Career Webinar Series

Develop your professional skill set and engage in meaningful discussion with thought leaders from various industries in this new webinar series for the UHart community.


We are proud to partner with the Entrepreneurial Center and TD Bank to present a series of leadership workshops. Free for UHart alumni. For more information, call 860.768.5681.


Making Feedback Meaningful | April 9

6–8 p.m.

Presenter: Deene Morris, Inspire Leadership
Your success depends directly upon the quality of feedback you give to others. In this workshop, you will learn and practice the 5:1 Feedback Rule to motivate positive change forward. You will also learn and practice how to respectfully provide corrective feedback for resolution.

It Takes All Kinds: Understanding DiSC Pesronality Type for Communication Wins | April 16

6–8 p.m.

Presenter: Ellen Ornato/Jenny Drescher, The Bolder Company
We click with some people immediately and struggle with others. The ability to understand other people's styles is a critical factor in communication success. During this introductory DiSC Personality Type session, you will learn key concepts and tools you can apply right away to support your entrepreneurial goals.

Conflict Management 101: How to Communicate When Times Get Tough | April 23

6–8 p.m.

Presenter: Jean Mix, Mix Education Services
Millions of dollars are wasted every year because of lack of productivity due to unresolved conflict in the workplace. End the productivity drain now with an effective and proven strategy to resolve conflict in the workplace and beyond.

Leadership Lessons in Continuous Improvement | April 30

6–8 p.m.

Presenter:  Davis, My Value Tree
Successful Corporate Plumber, Alden Davis, reveals his formula for creating continuously improving organizations. Come experience the formula in action with the fun, hands-on Ping-Pong Factory and learn how continuous improvement provides fuel for engaged people. We will cover core beliefs, flow map a process, and challenge your thinking about employee engagement. This is an interactive workshop come ready to be engaged.

The Power of Positivity: Controlling Negatuve Self-Talk | May 7

6–8 p.m.

<p?Presented by: Jean Mix, Mix Education Services
Does doubt or uncertainty hold you back from sharing your ideas or getting to the next level? Are you tired of playing it safe and coasting through life? Learn what triggers negative thoughts, how to combat negative self-talk, and how to create a strategy for success.

Teamwork: Learn It, Live It, Lead Others to It | May 14

6–8 p.m.

Presented by: Yvonne Mitto, Mitto and Associates
Whether at home, work, or with a volunteer organization, we all interact with teams daily. However, many teams aren't effective and miscommunication can lead to personal and professional strain that inhibits success. Learn practical applications for leadership and collaboration principles that can improve your teams and help you accomplish your dreams.