Leveraging the Power of Networking

January 19, 2018


by
Stephanie Bucklin

When Meghan Monroy, ’17, graduated from UConn in May with a Master’s degree in Microbiology, she immediately began a contract position that lasted her through September. Up until that point, Meghan says, opportunities had just fallen into her lap—but once the contract position was up, and it was time to look for new work as not a student, but a graduate, she found herself uncertain on how to proceed.

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Broadening Career Searches

November 29, 2017


by
Stephanie Bucklin

When Hiba Doudar ’17 graduated from the American University of Beirut (AUB), she knew that she wanted to find a job related to her major, Environmental and Chemical Engineering. But after a few months of searching, Hiba grew frustrated. She hadn’t yet found a position, and she didn’t know what she was doing wrong—after all, she had a strong background, one that also included a minor in chemistry and another in public health.

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Building Connections in Finance

September 14, 2017


by
Stephanie Bucklin

When Reid Larkin ’19, a senior at Bowling Green State University, was trying to figure out his best career move after college, he attended a conference run by his fraternity, Alpha Sigma Phi. There, Reid picked up a flyer that informed him about the Alpha Sigma Phi Mentor Network, a platform that connects fraternity alumni to current students. Keep reading ›