The UHart Network: Career Connections for Students and Alumni
The Career Team and the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs work closely together to provide opportunities for exploration, networking and experiences for current students and recent graduates. We look forward to supporting you through any stage in your professional life, whether you're looking to expand your network or thinking of a career change, and giving you opportunities to help students by sharing your story.
30-Minute Mentor Program
UHart’s 30-Minute Mentoring Program gives students the opportunity to learn from accomplished alumni and local professionals who provide valuable career guidance and support in a time-limited format. As a mentor, you can help students develop a career readiness plan and think about how to achieve post-collegiate career success by sharing your experiences and wisdom from the professional world.
Parker Dewey Micro Internships
The University is partnering with Parker Dewey, a micro internship platform that connects alumni and students for valuable, paid work experience in a short-term, project-based, and remote format. Grant funding provided to organizations hiring CT-based students will support projects which are 15-hours or less ($300 or less per project) until the end of the year making this an even more compelling opportunity for alum employers. Alum can select "University of Hartford" criteria for students applying to ensure their project directly supports a UHart student.
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Networking doesn’t only happen around through career programming–connecting with alumni in your area, through class year or activity-based reunions, and more can be great ways to strengthen your connections to the University community. Let us know if you’d like to be involved by signing up to be an alumni volunteer.
Networking on LinkedIn
Join us on the University's official LinkedIn page with over 66,000 followers. Share news, ask for career advice, and make connections with other alumni in your field.
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