the 2015 issue - Connecticut Innovations

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Contents
Overview of Guide ................................................................................................................................ 3
Albertus Magnus College New Haven, CT ....................................................................................... 4
Central Connecticut State University New Britain, CT ...................................................................... 5
Connecticut College
New London, CT ............................................................................................. 6
Eastern Connecticut State University Willimantic, CT....................................................................... 7
Fairfield University Fairfield, CT ........................................................................................................ 8
Gateway Community College New Haven, CT ................................................................................. 9
Goodwin College
East Hartford, CT............................................................................................... 10
Housatonic Community College
Bridgeport, CT ............................................................................. 11
Manchester Community College
Manchester, CT .......................................................................... 12
Middlesex Community College
Middletown/Meriden, CT ............................................................... 13
Mitchell College
New London, CT .................................................................................................. 14
Naugatuck Valley Community College Waterbury, CT ................................................................... 15
Northwestern Connecticut Community College
Winsted, CT ....................................................... 16
Norwalk Community College
Norwalk, CT ................................................................................... 17
Post University
Waterbury, CT ...................................................................................................... 18
Quinebaug Valley Community College
Willimantic, CT ................................................................. 19
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, CT ................................................................................................ 20
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, CT ......................................................................................... 21
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT ................................................................ 22
Three Rivers Community College
Norwich, CT ............................................................................. 23
Trinity College
Hartford, CT…………………… ............................................................................ 24
University of Bridgeport
Bridgeport, CT ......................................................................................... 25
University of Connecticut Storrs, CT ............................................................................................... 26
UCONN Stamford Campus Stamford, CT ...................................................................................... 27
UCONN Waterbury Campus Waterbury, CT ................................................................................... 28
University of Hartford West Hartford, CT ........................................................................................ 29
University of New Haven West Haven, CT ..................................................................................... 30
Western Connecticut State University
Danbury CT ....................................................................... 31
Yale University
New Haven, CT .................................................................................................... 32
Other Recruiting Information ............................................................................................................... 33
InternHere.com ................................................................................................................................... 33
MAP .................................................................................................................................................... 34
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Overview of Guide
Welcome to the Connecticut Campus Recruitment Guide.
We are pleased to present to you a resource for recruiting your future employees from our colleges
and universities right here in Connecticut.
We understand that small businesses have limited HR capacity. This guide will save your valuable
time and resources by providing contact information at your local college and university career
services offices.
The guide also includes career fair and expo dates for each college/university along with instructions
for recruiting on campus and posting a job/internship position.
Please feel free to give us suggestions and feedback about this guide, which will be uploaded on a
semiannual basis.
Happy recruiting!
Roberta Rossi
Small Business Innovation
Connecticut Innovations
865 Brook Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Phone: (860) 257-2338, Fax: (860) 563-4877
[email protected]
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Albertus Magnus College
New Haven, CT
Contact Information for Experiential Learning
The Practicum & Internship Program provides students with a means to reinforce academic
coursework and expand classroom learning through practical hands-on experience in preparation for
meaningful careers. Practica and internships within the academic programs are offered to wellprepared and highly motivated students.
Melissa DeLucia
Director of Experiential Learning & the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence
[email protected]
Phone: (203) 752-3063
http://www.albertus.edu/academicservices/
Contact Information for Career Services
The primary mission of Career Services is to provide lifelong career development for our students and
alumni by offering opportunities for self-discovery, career exploration, professional development, and
career readiness.
[email protected] Phone: (203) 773-6989 http://www.albertus.edu/careercenter/
Career and Internship Fair
The Career and Internship Fair is held annually in the spring semester. Visit
http://www.albertus.edu/careercenter/ for dates and registration details.
Recruiting
On-campus recruiting is available. Contact the Office of Career Services for more information.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Albertus Magnus
We use a paperless system to share job and internship posting information with our students and
alumni. Our preference is to be able to link to your company’s website to view open positions.
However, we also accept job and internship postings in Microsoft Word format. Please send your
information to [email protected] for job postings and [email protected] for internship
postings.
Other Information
Albertus Magnus College, founded in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1925 by the Dominican Sisters of
St. Mary of the Springs (now known as the Dominican Sisters of Peace), is an independent,
coeducational, liberal arts Catholic College in the Dominican Tradition. Albertus offers 50 traditional
bachelor’s degree programs, 10 master’s degree programs, postgraduate certificates, as well as
accelerated undergraduate and graduate degrees. The College holds classes at its 50-acre main
campus in New Haven and in East Hartford, Connecticut.
Today, Albertus Magnus College has a total enrollment of nearly 1,600 ethnically, socioeconomically
and geographically diverse students reflecting the communities it serves.
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Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, CT
Contact Information for Career Services
Kenneth Poppe, Director, Center for Advising & Career Exploration
860-832-1615; [email protected]
School of Engineering, Science, and Technology
James Mulrooney, Associate Dean
860-832-2660; [email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
General career fairs are offered in the fall and spring semesters. Visit www.ccsu.edu/cace for dates
and registration details.
School of Engineering, Science, and Technology
Specialized career fairs (every fall and spring). Visit the school's webpage www.ccsu.edu/set for
dates and registration details.
Recruiting
On-campus recruiting is available. Contact Kenneth Poppe for more information.
How to Post a Job/Internship at CCSU
CACE uses the Experience eRecruiting system, branded as “Central Connections.” All employment
opportunities are posted in the system for students and alumni to access and apply to the jobs.
Employers may be invited to link to the system upon request.
School of Engineering, Science, and Technology
Email job postings to [email protected]
Other Information
Central Connecticut State University is a regional, comprehensive public university dedicated to
learning in the liberal arts and sciences and to education for the professions. Comprising five
schools—Liberal Arts & Social Sciences; Business; Education & Professional Studies; Engineering,
Science & Technology; and Graduate Studies—CCSU offers undergraduate and graduate programs
through the master’s and sixth-year levels and the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. Committed to
offering Connecticut citizens access to distinctive academic programs of high quality, the University
is also a responsive and creative intellectual and economic resource for the people and institutions
of our state’s capitol region. More than 85 percent of CCSU graduates remain in Connecticut,
contributing to the intellectual, cultural and economic health of the state.
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Connecticut College
New London, CT
Contact Information for Career Services
Office of Career Enhancing Life Skills
270 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT 06320
860-439-2770 (main office)
Cheryl A. Banker
Senior Associate Director/CELS Adviser
[email protected] or direct 860-439-2775
Career Fairs and Expos
Liberal Arts Recruiting Connection (Boston)
New York Recruiting Consortium (New York City)
Recruiting
Employers are welcome to campus to participate in on-campus recruiting, including: interviews,
information sessions/tables, presentations, mock interviews, resume drop, etc. Please contact Cheryl
Banker for more information.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Connecticut College
Visit https://www.conncoll.edu/life-after-cc/for-employers/employment-programs/ for information.
Other Information
For more information regarding Connecticut College, please visit https://www.conncoll.edu/life-aftercc/for-employers/.
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Eastern Connecticut State University
Willimantic, CT
Contact Information for Career Services
Center for Internships and Career Development
Division of Student Affairs
2nd Floor Wood Support Services Center
860-465-4559
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
Career and Internship Fair: Wednesday, April 1, 10:00 am–2:00 pm, ECSU GYM
Recruiting
On-campus interview times are available by request. Available dates and times can be found by
calling 860-465-4559.
How to Post a Job/Internship at ECSU
All job postings are available online through Eastern’s Experience website. Employers, alumni and
students can create a free account at www.eastern.experience.com.
Other Information
Eastern has served the people of Connecticut since 1889. Today, it is the state’s designated public
liberal arts university and home to more than 5,500 students each year.
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Fairfield University
Fairfield, CT
Contact Information for Career Planning:
Cathleen M. Borgman
Director, Career Planning Center
[email protected]
T: 203-254-4081
F: 203-254-4107
Career Fairs:
Fairfield offers two general career and internship fairs during the academic year, one in September
and the other in February.
To register, please go to www.fairfield.edu/cpc and follow the “employers” link.
Recruiting:
Fairfield University is happy to assist you with on-campus recruiting or resume drops. Please call
Julie Tuozzoli or Sharon Walsh.
Julie Tuozzoli
[email protected]
Manager of Employer Relations and Alumni Career Development
P-203.254.4081
Sharon Walsh
[email protected]
Operations Assistant
P-203.254.4000 x2261
How to Post a Job/Internship at Fairfield University:
Fairfield uses Stags4Hire (Experience):
1. Please go to www.fairfield.edu/stags4hire.
2. On the right hand side of the page, you will see “Employers Log In Here.” Click here.
3. Next you will click on “Create an Account.”
4. When your account has been created, you will receive a link to the site.
5. Once you are in Stags4Hire, click on “Create a Job.”
6. Select “Basic Post.” It is FREE to post to Fairfield University students.
7. You will then be able to post your job.
Remember to include the application deadline in your posting.
Other Information:
Fairfield offers 41 majors, 16 interdisciplinary minors, 38 advanced degrees and 26 certificate
programs. They are offered through the School of Engineering, School of Business, School of
Nursing and Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions.
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Gateway Community College
New Haven, CT
20 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 285-2000 College Main
(203) 285-2010 Admissions Office
http://gatewayct.edu/
Contact Information for Career Services Office
Kellie Byrd Danso, Director of Student Engagement and Career Development
203-285-2144; [email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
Our Spring Career Fair is on April 8, 2015. Contact the career services office to register: 203-2852144.
Computer Science Career Fair: Tuesday, April 7, 1:00–6:00 pm. Contact Professor Allyson Kinney at
203-285-2176 or [email protected]
Recruiting
Career Services office: 203-285-2144
How to Post a Job/Internship at Gateway Community College
Employers can log on to the following website to post job opportunities. They can also email them to
me at [email protected]
http://gcc-csm.symplicity.com/
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Goodwin College
East Hartford, CT
One Riverside Drive
East Hartford, CT 06118
Seeking assistance, please contact us at:
Phone: (860) 727-6768
Email: [email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
Environmental Fair
Date: April 7
Time 1:30–4:30 PM
Location: Building #195, Goodwin College
Exclusively for Goodwin College students/graduates and Magnet High Schools at Goodwin College.
Career Fair
Date: May 27, 2015
Time: 3:00–6:00 PM
Location: Building #195, Goodwin College
Registration for students, graduates and employers: Please contact Career Services Office.
Exclusively for Goodwin College students and alumni.
On-Campus Opportunities & Events
Log into College Central Network (CCN) account to see all upcoming on-campus opportunities
offered through Career Services. Students can expect the following types of events to be coordinated
and advertised through our office: www.collegecentral.com/goodwin.
Employers seeking assistance or additional information, please contact:
Manny Sanchez, Employer Relations Coordinator
Phone: (860) 727-6980
Email: [email protected]
How to Post a Job/Internship at Goodwin College
College Central Network (CCN) is a 24/7 career management tool that links employers with our
students and Career Services team. CCN provides multiples services and tools that ensure your
company finds the best talent for your job openings: www.collegecentral.com/goodwin.
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Housatonic Community College
Bridgeport, CT
Recruit qualified candidates from various disciplines. Post your organization’s employment
opportunities and job fairs. Promote your organization and increase visibility among our current
student body and alumni through presentations, panels and career services events.
For more information about our Degree and Certificate programs visit:
http://www.hctc.commnet.edu/academics/index.asp
http://www.housatonic.edu/Forward/
Anisha Thomas
Career Services Coordinator (Associate Degree Programs)
900 Lafayette Blvd. LH A108i
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: (203) 332-5983
Email: [email protected]
Philip Dante
Career Development Coordinator (FORWARD Program)
900 Lafayette Blvd. BH 336
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: (203) 332-8535
Email: [email protected]
Kimberly Wood
Recruitment & Retention Coordinator (Advanced Manufacturing)
900 Lafayette Blvd. LH C107j
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: (203) 332-5098
Email: [email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
HCC partners with Career Resources to host an annual Career Fair at Webster Bank Arena every
spring.
Career/internship fairs are offered in the fall and/or spring. Please call Career Services at (203) 3325983 for more information.
Recruiting
Employers can take part in on-campus recruiting, such as: career information sessions, recruitment
tables, individual and group interviews and presentations.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Housatonic Community College
Send postings for specific fields or positions to the coordinators above OR
Visit http://www.housatonic.edu/resources/studentSupport/careerServices/index.asp
TO POST JOB TO COLLEGE CENTRAL NETWORK.
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Manchester Community College
Manchester, CT
Contact Information for Career Services:
Julie Greene
Director of Career & Veterans Services
860.512.3372
[email protected]
Robert A. Henderson
Director of Cooperative Education (Internships)
860.512.3312
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
Open to college students and community members, MCC will host its 27th annual Regional Job Fair
on Friday, March 20, 2015, 9:00 am–1:00 pm, in the Great Path Academy Gymnasium (on campus).
Recruiting:
As an alternative to job fairs and other recruiting and marketing techniques, MCC offers reserved
space in the Student Services Center and SBMCF Building Lobby for employers to recruit students
during their class breaks and lunch. Company representatives are typically available between the
hours of 10:00 am and 2:00 pm in either of the reserved locations. MCC also offers a 4:00–7:00 pm
time slot to reach students attending evening classes. Employers are welcome to stay for a couple of
hours or a half-day, depending upon their hiring needs. The only requirement is a two-week advance
notice to assure the reservation of a table and space. To reserve your on-campus recruiting table and
to schedule a day and time, please contact Julie Greene at 860-512-3372 or
[email protected]
How to Post a Job/Internship at MCC:
Connecticut community colleges now offer a FREE online employment listing service. Over 3,000
local employers have registered to use this resource to connect with job seekers and interns. By
using this online system, employers can post position announcements and volunteer opportunities
statewide. To access the site and register, please visit http://www.collegecentral.com/ctcommnet/.
Employment announcements will be made available to students and alumni at nine of the
participating Connecticut community colleges. Once an account is established, employers can add,
delete and modify employment listings on a regular basis and also have access to a searchable
resume database.
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Middlesex Community College
Middletown/Meriden, CT
College Degrees/Certificates:
Biotechnology, A.S. and Certificate
Michelle Kraczkowski, PhD
Phone: 860-343-5747
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://mxcc.edu/degrees/biotechnology/
Computer Engineering Technology, A.S.; Engineering Science, A.S.
Lin Lin, PhD
Phone: 860-343-5763
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://mxcc.edu/degrees/cet/; http://mxcc.edu/degrees/engineering-science/
Computer Information Technology, A.S.; Management Information Systems, A.S.
Health Information Management, A.S. & Cert.
Donna Hylton
Phone: 860-343-5774
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://mxcc.edu/degrees/cit/; http://mxcc.edu/degrees/mis/; http://mxcc.edu/degrees/him/
Environmental Science, A.S.
Christine Witkowski
Phone: 860-343-5781
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://mxcc.edu/degrees/environmental-science/
Manufacturing Machine Technology, A.S. and Certificate
Hubert Godin
Phone: 860-343-5776
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://mxcc.edu/degrees/mto
Career Services/Recruitment
 Gail Mozzicato
 Emily Canto
Counselor
Counselor
Phone: 860-343-5823
Phone: 860-343-5824
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
 Carolyn Sommer
Recruitment & Placement Coordinator, CT Health & Life Sciences Career Initiative
Phone: 860-343-5749
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mxcc.edu/hlsci
***Please direct Job/internship postings to the coordinator of the program that they most pertain to***
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Mitchell College
New London, CT
Contact Information for Career Services:
[email protected]
860-629-6206
www.community.mitchell.edu/careerservices
Career Fairs and Expos:
 Open to Mitchell College in New London and UConn-Avery Point students
April 17, 2015 – Mitchell College, New London, CT
Recruiting:
Recruiting is always welcome, and an employer table can be set up outside our dining hall to reach
students. Contact the Career Services office to set up a day/time.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Mitchell College:
Create an account on the College Central network at
www.collegecentral.com/Mitchell.
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Naugatuck Valley Community College
Waterbury, CT
Contact Information for Career Services Office
Mary Ann Fontaine (until 5/29/15)
Director, Job Placement Center
Naugatuck Valley Community College
750 Chase Parkway
Waterbury, CT 06708
203-596-2143
[email protected]
After 5/29/15
Job Placement Center
Naugatuck Valley Community College
750 Chase Parkway
Waterbury, CT 06708
203-575-8158 (main phone number)
[email protected] (main email address)
Career Fairs and Expos
www.nv.edu/jpc/employers
Recruiting
www.nv.edu/jpc/employers
How to Post a Job/Internship at Naugatuck Valley Community College
www.nv.edu/jpc/employers
Online Job Board (free to use)
www.collegecentral.com/nvcc
Other Information
www.nv.edu/jpc/employers
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Northwestern Connecticut Community College
Winsted, CT
Contact Information for Career Services Office
Jeff Crothers
Counselor
860-738-6306
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
Contact office for setup:
860-738-6306 or [email protected]
Recruiting
Please contact Jeff at
860-738-6306 or [email protected]
How to Post a Job/Internship at Northwestern Connecticut Community College
Please contact Jeff at
860-738-6306 or [email protected]
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Norwalk Community College
188 Richards Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06854
www.norwalk.edu
Norwalk Community College
Norwalk, CT
Contact Information for NCC Career Center
Kiran Somaya
Director of Career Services
203.857.7032
[email protected]
Amy Murphy Carol
Special Assistant to the President for
Career Services and Community
Outreach
203.857.7203
[email protected]
Career Expos
Career Expo 2015
Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 12:00 pm–3:00 pm
To register, please go to: http://bit.ly/1EqFAWM.
Recruiting
Campus interview times are available by request. Employers are welcome to host information
sessions/information tables, mock interview sessions, networking events for students and alumni and
guest speaking in classes, and to connect with student clubs and organizations. For more information
and scheduling, please contact Kiran Somaya at [email protected]
How to Post a Job/Internship at Norwalk Community College
All employment opportunities are posted online through NCC Career Central. To request an account,
please email Amy or Kiran with your company contact information, including company name, website,
contact name, email and phone number.
Other Information
Founded in 1961, Norwalk Community College was the first public, two-year college established in
Connecticut. The institution offers 45 associate degree and 26 certificate programs. NCC provides a
broad range of credit and noncredit programs leading to transfer, employment and lifelong learning.
Approximately 14,372 students are enrolled in credit and noncredit programs.
Norwalk Community College is the southwest Fairfield County leader and partner in the academic,
economic, cultural lives of our communities, providing comprehensive, accessible, innovative and
affordable learning opportunities to diverse populations. NCC serves the 10-town region of lower
Fairfield County and attracts students from the tri-state area and overseas. Students hail from 62
countries and speak 40 languages.
Degrees granted: Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Applied Science
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Post University
Waterbury, CT
Contact Information for Career Services:
Christina Billings
Associate Director, Employer Relations
Career Services
North Hall 103
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, CT 05723
203-591-7467
[email protected]
www.post.edu/careerservices
Recruiting:
Post University welcomes employers to visit its campus to display their company information, meet
and talk with students, and gather student interest and applications for internships and jobs. Post
University Career Services will work to promote your job fair on campus and online to maximize
attendance. For on-campus recruiting, contact [email protected] or 203-591-7467.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Post University:
Post University uses a Facebook job board called “Post*ential Jobs” for all job/internship postings. To
access, log into Facebook using your company or personal page, and then visit the Career Services
Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/PostUniversiyCareerServices. Click on the “Jobs and
Internships” tile to access the job board and start socially promoting your opportunities within minutes.
Don’t have a Facebook page? Contact [email protected]
Other Information:
Post University offers a variety of opportunities for employers to get involved on campus to engage
with potential hires in unique and dynamic ways. Opportunities include being a guest speaker at a
student event, mentoring a student or possibly even teaching an online course. Participation in these
activities will help employers build a personal, ongoing relationship with potential internship and job
candidates.
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Quinebaug Valley Community College
Willimantic, CT
742 Upper Maple St., Danielson, CT 06239 (Main Campus)
729 Main St., Willimantic, CT 06226 (Willimantic Center)
Contact Information for Career Services Office
Catherine Gregory
860-932-4089
[email protected]
@QVCareerCenter
http://www.qvcc.edu/career/
Career Fairs and Expos
The QVCC Career Week is tentatively scheduled for October 5–9 at the Danielson campus of QVCC.
Companies or organizations who would like to participate are welcomed to email
[email protected] or check our website for more info.
Recruiting
Businesses and organizations are welcome to contact Career Services for information about
recruiting on campus.
How to Post a Job/Internship at QVCC
Visit our online job portal and create an employer account to post jobs or view our students’ resumes.
Your jobs will be viewable by students from nine of Connecticut’s community colleges. Visit the link
below, and click on “Create Account” to create your employer account.
http://www.collegecentral.com/qvcc/Employer.cfm
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Quinnipiac University
Hamden, CT
If you are interested in recruiting talent, we are happy to work with you to customize a program that meets your
hiring needs.
Contact Information for Career Development by School
Communications
Business and Engineering
Joseph Catrino
Jill Ferrall
[email protected]
[email protected]
Phone: 203-582-8725
Phone: 203-582-3655
College of Arts & Sciences
Health Sciences & Nursing
Rick DelVecchio
Cynthia Christie
[email protected]
[email protected]
Phone: 203-582-3998
Phone: 203-582-3656
To Post a Job/Internship & Sign Up to Receive Communication Regarding Upcoming Events
Please visit www.quinnipiac.edu/qucc
Fall 2015 Career Fair
The University Wide Career Fair will be held on Thursday, October 15, 2015 from 1:30-4:30pm.
No fee to attend. To Register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/UWCF102015
Sample S.T.E.M. Related Majors (full list of programs available via links bellow)
Arts & Sciences
Business &
Engineering
Communications
Health Sciences &
Nursing
Behavioral Neuroscience
Biology
Molecular and Cell
Biology
Biomedical Marketing
Computer Info Systems
Engineering:
-Civil, Industrial,
Mechanical & Software
Interactive Digital Design
Interactive Media (MS)
Media Studies
Biomedical Sciences (MS)
Cardiovascular Perfusion (MS)
Health Science Studies
Public Relations
Medical Laboratory Sciences
(MS)
Microbiology and Immunology
Pathologists' Assistant (MS)t
Physician Assistant (MS)
Biochemistry
Chemistry
Computer Science
Game Design and
Development
Mathematics
Radiologist Assistant (MS)
For a Full List of Quinnipiac Undergraduate Majors and Minors
Please Visit http://www.quinnipiac.edu/academics/undergraduate-studies/majors-minors-and-certificates/
For a Full List of Quinnipiac Graduate Programs
Please Visit http://www.quinnipiac.edu/connecticut-graduate-school-degrees-programs/
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Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, CT
Contact information for Career Development & Placement Center
Rob Coloney
Director of Career Placement
203-365-4737
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
Fall Internship & Career Fair, William H. Pitt Center, Fairfield Campus
Wednesday, October 21, 2015, Time: TBD
Registration is handled through our online Pioneerlink (Symplicity) system
To request an account, please contact Rob.
Recruiting
On-campus interviews, employer tables, classroom presentations, alumni events
(Per request and approval).
How to Post a Job/Internship at Sacred Heart University
All job postings are online through our Pioneerlink (Symplicity) website. To request an account,
please email Rob with your company contact info, including company name, website, contact name,
email and phone number.
Other Information
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The 2014–2015 student body is made up of 7,781 total students: 4,232 full-time undergraduate
students, 765 part-time undergraduate students, 2,784 graduate students; 67 percent female, 53
percent out of state; 19 percent minority students; 50 states including District of Columbia and one
military base (AE) and 27 countries represented. The top four states in which first-year undergraduate
students, or first-time-in-college freshmen, and their families permanently reside are New York,
Connecticut, New Jersey and Massachusetts.
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More than 40 percent of the Class of 2018 earned a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher.
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The Princeton Review includes SHU in its The Best 379 Colleges: 2015 and Best 295 Business
Schools: 2014, and U.S. News & World Report ranks SHU among the best regional universities in the
North in its annual “America’s Best Colleges” publication, making it one of the top New England liberal
arts colleges. SHU has been selected for membership in the 2014–2015 Colleges of Distinction, among
approximately 300 colleges and universities in the country recognized for outstanding student
engagement, great teaching, vibrant communities and successful student outcomes.
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Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT
Contact Information for Career Services
Geraldine F. Prince, Coordinator of Employer Recruitment Programs
[email protected]
(203) 392-6536
Career Fairs and Expos
SCSU Career Fair: Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 1:00–4:00 pm. Invitations are emailed in January to all
JOBS Employers; see account details below. Employers can register and make payment
electronically via fax or snail mail. Employers are invited to arrive at 11:00 am for setup, with lunch
served at 12:00 pm. SCSU students, alumni and students from other colleges and universities are
welcome, a trend of 500 students.
Additionally, we invite you to consider how the SCSU School of Business can partner with you for
successful internship and full-time employment recruiting. Call us at 203-392-5635 or email us at
[email protected] to speak with Laquita Joyner-McGraw, Business Development and
Internship Coordinator.
Recruiting
Informational Recruitment: Employers who have SCSU JOBSs accounts are invited to campus to
present information about their company and career opportunities. Employers are offered two visits
per semester based on availability. An informational recruitment table allows students to explore
various career fields in an informal setting. This is at no cost to employers, and each visit is
advertised to students via social media and posted on the university calendar.
On-Campus Interviews: SCSU’s Career Advising office hosts on-campus interviews during the
spring. Employers who request to participate will select candidates via submitted resumes and arrive
to campus on their predetermined date to conduct interviews. Career advising implements and
executes a major marketing campaign of employers and positions to seniors, juniors and alumni.
Employers prescreen students for interviews, and Career Advising contacts selected students to
arrange a full day of interviews for each employer within their requested interview interval. Please call
203-392-6536 to select a date during the specified time period.
How to Post a Job/Internship at SCSU:
JOBSs will allow you to post all of your employment opportunities. The availability of JOBSs is not
limited to SCSU graduating seniors but also to underclassmen and alumni. Please visit our Career
Services page via http://www.southernct.edu/student-life/academic-success/career-services/, click on
the JOBSs/Employers logo, and select “Register and Post Job.” Once we receive your job posting,
we will review it for approval and report your status back to you. Please be sure to review our Job
Posting Policy.
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Three Rivers Community College
Norwich, CT
Contact Information for Career Services
Celeste D. Warner
Career Services /Academic Advisor
860.215.9302
[email protected]
Contact Information for Admissions
574 Norwich New London Turnpike
Norwich, CT 06360-6598
860.215.9017
www.ThreeRivers.edu
RECRUITING
Monthly Employer On-Campus Recruitment:
In addition to job fairs and other marketing and recruitment efforts, TRCC offers reserved spaces in
the front lobby and cafeteria for monthly employer recruitments. Representatives may book day and
evening hours in a minimum of one-hour increments, depending upon their availability, and are
strongly encouraged to cover the Monday/Wednesday/Friday 12pm to 1pm Common Hour where
most students are on break from classes. Ongoing collaboration with faculty across disciplines
supplements employer recruitment efforts and supports development of specific skills or resources for
students in various academic programs. To reserve a table location and secure a day and time,
please contact Celeste Warner at 860.215.9302 or [email protected]
Spring Career Expo/“Dress for Success” Fashion Show
Students meet with local and regional employers seeking to fill part-time and full-time opportunities.
The Expo is open to the community age 18+. The “Dress for Success” fashion show aids students in
preparing for an interview by highlighting student participants walking the “runway” in trendy, suitable
business wear.
NETWORKING
Fall Student Career Networking Lunch
Students speak with professional/faculty mentoring teams about career objectives and marketing
strategies while learning proper business etiquette tips. Mentors include alumni engaged in helping
build networks for students seeking career information or employment in a variety of fields.
POSTING A JOB/INTERNSHIP AT TRCC
TRCC offers a FREE online employment posting service to TRCC students, alumni and employers.
Employers may post job and internship announcements at http://www.collegecentral.com/threerivers.
Once registration is approved, employers will gain access to add and edit postings and also search
for resumes.
TRCC’S MISSION
Three Rivers is an accessible, affordable, and culturally diverse community college that meets varied
educational needs by creating an environment that stimulates learning. Three Rivers helps students
achieve their goals, encourages lifelong learning, serves as a community resource for people and
institutions within its service area, and contributes to the economic development of this region and the
state.
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Trinity College
Hartford, CT
Contact Information for the Career Development Center
Career Development Center
300 Summit Street, Hartford, CT 06106
[email protected]; 860-297-2080
Severn Sandt
Assistant Director, Strategic Partnerships and
Outreach
[email protected]
Victoria Sandoval
Relationship Manager, Strategic Partnership and
Outreach
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
Liberal Arts Recruiting Connection (Boston) and New York Recruiting Consortium (New York City)
Recruiting: Trinity's Career Development Center is here to help you find outstanding talent.
Employers from organizations large and small, public, private and not-for-profit, are invited to
establish a recruiting relationship with Trinity. We will work hard to ensure that your recruiting efforts
are successful and that your valuable time and resources are well spent. We welcome employers to
schedule on-campus interviews and host on-campus information sessions/tables. Please contact
Severn or Victoria to plan your event.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Trinity: Employers interested in considering candidates from
Trinity for job and internship openings can post positions on Trinity’s online recruiting system.
1. Please to go to CareerLink.trincoll.edu/employers.
2. On the right side of the screen, select “Register and Post Job.”
3. Please enter information as appropriate. The email entered should be a responsible person’s
email address. An HR or generic email address may be entered into a specific posting, but we
need to be able to reach a person if there is ever an issue.
4. Now you will be on the Register and Post Job page. A few tips:
a. The “Restrict Applications” option will allow you to specify characteristics including
minimum GPA, certain majors, whether or not you will consider foreign students, etc.
Keep in mind that these settings will prohibit students who do not fit the criteria from
applying.
b. If you choose to receive applications by email, you will have the option to add any or
multiple email addresses you like.
Employers interested in offering an internship for credit to our students, please contact Victoria
Sandoval at [email protected]
Other Information: At Trinity, you will find students who are critical and creative thinkers, educated
within a rigorous liberal arts curriculum that emphasizes strong writing, analytical and reasoning skills.
Trinity also has excellent engineering and neuroscience programs. Our students are skilled at
drawing new connections from a rich variety of academic and nonacademic pursuits and experiences.
For additional information about the Career Development Center please visit Careers.trincoll.edu.
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University of Bridgeport
Bridgeport, CT
The Center for Career Development
Contact Information:
G119 Wahlstrom Library I 126 Park Avenue I Bridgeport, CT 06604
[P] (203) 576-4466 I [F] (203) 576-4381 I [E] [email protected]
www.bridgeport.edu/career
Recruiting:
Resume Referral Program: Post your internship/job description through Career Development.
Resumes are collected and forwarded to you based on your specific qualifications and criteria. You
then have the opportunity to select qualified candidates you wish to interview at your site.
On-Campus Recruiting: Post your opportunities with career development, host an information
session, and receive previously screened resumes based on your specific qualifications and criteria.
You will then have the opportunity to screen students on campus during the fall and spring
semesters. Contact Career Development to schedule a recruitment date.
Information Sessions: Arrange an open presentation with students to discuss your organization’s
mission and vision. You will also be able to meet students and promote available internship and fulltime opportunities.
Career & Internship Expo: Held annually, employers have the opportunity to recruit for internships
and full-time professional positions. This is an excellent opportunity to meet qualified undergraduate
and graduate students, as well as alumni. Increase your visibility on campus and build name
recognition among potential applicants.
Get Involved on Campus:
 Mock interviews / interview preparation sessions for students of all majors
 Employer presentations, information tables, panelist/guest speaking opportunities
 Resume / Interview / Elevator Pitch / LinkedIn Workshops
 Connect with campus clubs and organizations
 Participate in career and networking events, check out our calendar of events
How to Post an Opportunity with UB:
Online Job Posting System: Post an unlimited number of full-time, part-time, and internship
opportunities with our online job posting system, UBjobnet:
https://www.myinterfase.com/bridgeport/employer. Students have 24-hour access to the system, and
are able to apply to postings directly through the site!
Additional Contacts:
Keith Hassell, Director
[email protected]
Freddie Velazquez, Employer Relations Coordinator [email protected]
Rachael Cuttitta, Career & Internship Advisor
[email protected]
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University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT
Regional campuses: Avery Point, Stamford, Torrington, Waterbury, and West Hartford
Contact Information for Career Services Office:
Center for Career Development – Storrs
Wilbur Cross Building, Room 202
233 Glenbrook Road U-4051
Storrs, CT 06269
860-486-3013
[email protected] or [email protected]
www.career.uconn.edu
Career Fairs and Expos:
UConn hosts several career fairs throughout the year, in both the fall and spring semesters, including
specific fairs for internships, engineering, business, agriculture/natural resources and more. Email
[email protected] or check website for up-to-date information on dates, fees, location, etc.
Recruiting:
The CCD offers its employer partners the opportunity to host company information sessions and
conduct student interviews on campus, free of charge. Timing can affect the availability of suitable
space, so advance planning is recommended. To reserve space contact Darlene Reynolds at
[email protected] or 860-486-6156.
Posting a Job/Internship/Co-op at UConn:
All job postings are done online in the job management system, HuskyCareerLink. To request
access, contact Darlene Reynolds at [email protected] or 860-486-6156.
Resume Books:
Resume books are available on a limited basis to approved partners. For more information, contact
Lisa McGuire at 860-486-6166 or [email protected]
Other Information:
Employers may partner with the UConn CCD throughout the year on special events, lectures or
workshops both to further students’ career education and to increase company visibility. To discuss
creative ways to build your organization’s brand on campus, please contact Lisa McGuire, Assistant
Director, Corporate Partner Relations, at 860-486-6166 or [email protected]
Corporate Liaisons:
Lisa McGuire – [email protected]
Kathy Hendrickson (School of Business-undergrads) – [email protected]
Lorraine Liswell (School of Business-undergrads) – [email protected]
John Bau (School of Engineering) – [email protected]
Paul Gagnon (College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources) – [email protected]
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Meg Warren (Graduate School of Business, Hartford) – [email protected]
UCONN Stamford Campus
Stamford, CT
Contact Information for Career Center:
Halina K. Hollyway, M.A.
Director
Career Center, Room 2.19
One University Place
Stamford, CT 06901-2315
203-251-9549
[email protected]
www.careercenter.stamford.uconn.edu
Career Fairs:
General career fairs are offered in the fall and spring semesters.
How to Post a Job/Internship at UConn-Stamford:
Email job descriptions to: [email protected]
Email internship proposals to: [email protected]
Other Information:
The student body at UCONN-Stamford is made up of approximately 2,000 total students. This
includes 1,635 undergraduate students completing degrees in their entirety at our campus in
13 majors: Digital Media & Design, Financial Management, Business Data Analytics, Business
Administration, Psychology, Human Development and Family Studies, Economics, English, History,
American Studies, Political Science, General Studies and the Individualized Major. UCONNStamford’s urban campus has a diversity rate of 49 percent.
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UCONN Waterbury Campus
Waterbury, CT
99 East Main Street
Waterbury, CT 06702
Contact Information for Career Development Office
Susan Hyde-Wick, MS, LPC, NCC
Career Counselor
Career Development Office
[email protected]
Tel: 203-236-9913
Fax: 203-236-9805
For students to make an appointment
Career site for Waterbury students
For employers to list a position
Career Fairs and Expos
Our annual Community Organization Fair will be held Tuesday, October 20, 2015, 12:30–2:30 pm.
We send e-invites, and agencies can send two recruiters. Lunch is free, and there is no charge for a
table. We host only nonprofit and state/federal agencies that are looking to offer students internships
or jobs in the greater Waterbury area.
If an organization wants to be on our invitation list, it can email me: [email protected]
Recruiting
We have “Bank Day,” usually the second Tuesday in November, for banks that want to hire students
as part-time tellers. Email [email protected] if a bank would like to participate.
We often have a Mini-Recruiting Fair in the spring in the lobby, or an organization can have its own
recruiting table set up in the lobby at any time, in either semester – whatever is convenient for the
organization and the University. Again, employers can email me: [email protected]
How to Post a Job/Internship at UConn Waterbury
For employers to list a position
Other Information
We have a career newsletter that is sent out electronically to all students, faculty and staff at the
Waterbury campus every two weeks. We include current job openings and internships and career
events.
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University of Hartford
West Hartford, CT
Contact Information for Career Services
Sue Landolina, Assistant Director, Employer Relations and Internships
860.768.4168; [email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos
Upcoming Spring Semester Events:
Education, Nonprofit & Government Career Fair – April 9
Registration for all events is handled through our CareerBridge system (CSO), found on the Career
Services website.
Recruiting
Available dates and times for on-campus recruiting are scheduled through our CareerBridge System
(CSO) and by request.
**Employers are welcome at all events. A full listing of all events hosted by Career Services
can be found on CareerBridge.**
How to Post a Job/Internship at University of Hartford
All postings are done through our CareerBridge online program. We utilize an online job database
system called CareerBridge. Employers may register and post available positions at no charge.
CareerBridge is utilized by both University of Hartford students and alumni who are seeking full-time
and part-time employment and internship opportunities. The system will enable you to establish an
employer presence, list/edit jobs and remove job postings once filled. The link may be found on our
website: www.hartford.edu/career and click on Employer Resources. Click on any of the
CareerBridge icons and scroll down to “Click here to register.” If you have any questions regarding
registering on CareerBridge, please do not hesitate to contact Sue Landolina at 860.768.4168.
Other Information
Today’s University of Hartford has surpassed the founders’ original but modest plans for a local
university in Hartford, becoming instead a vibrant comprehensive University that draws 7,000
students from 44 states and 48 countries. The University of Hartford has become a university for the
world.
Mission: As a private university with a public purpose, we engage students in acquiring the
knowledge, skills and values necessary to thrive in, and contribute to, a pluralistic, complex world.
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University of New Haven
West Haven, CT
www.newhaven.edu
Contact Information for Career Services Office
Brian M. Rodden, Employer Relations Director – [email protected], P: 203.932.7491
Matt Caporale, Executive Director – [email protected], P: 203.932.7451
Michelle Demery, Office Coordinator – [email protected], P: 203.479.4858
Career Fairs and Expos
Great opportunity to meet undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of majors across four
colleges (Engineering, Criminal Justice and Forensic Science, Business, and Arts and Sciences)
Save the dates! Please visit http://unhcareercenter.com/career-fair/ for the most up-to-date
information on our Career Fairs!
 Criminal Justice and Fire Science Fair – March 27, 2015.
Contact Michelle Demery, Office Coordinator, at [email protected] or 203.479.4858 for
registration information.
Recruiting
The University of New Haven offers numerous ways for employers to recruit our students. We
encourage our employer partners to work closely with us to reach your intended target population.
We are also committed to building employers’ presence on campus, and allowing them to strengthen
their brand through various means. Please email Brian Rodden at [email protected] with your
inquiries.
Our complete list of services for employers includes:
 Online job/internship postings on Charger Career link
 Resume referral program
 On-campus interviewing and information tables
 Guest speaker opportunities
 Connect with campus clubs
 Networking events
 Access to UNH’s alumni
 Job shadow and mentor opportunities
 Creating a robust internship program
 Salary information and recruitment data
How to Post a Job/Internship on the Charger Career Link
All postings are done online through Charger Career Link (by Symplicity). To post job and internship
opportunities, please visit Charger Career Link at http://unhcareercenter.com/employers.
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Western Connecticut State University
Danbury CT
Contact Information for Career Services Office:
Dr. Anthony Ciarleglio, Director of Cooperative Education, Career Development Center
203-837-8265 or [email protected]
The Career Development Center is located in Student Center Room 207 at WCSU’s midtown
campus.
Career Fairs and Expos:
The CDC Annual Career Fair occurs every April at WCSU; employers interested in attending should
visit http://www.wcsu.edu/cdc/services/careerfairs-interest.asp.
Recruiting:
Employers interested in recruiting Western Connecticut State University graduating seniors for fulltime professional opportunities should fill out the interest form below:
Senior Recruitment Employer Interest Form
How to Post a Job/Internship at WCSU:
Call 203-837-8265, email [email protected] or go to Access CollegeCentral.com/wcsu and select
the “Employers” link.
Other Information:
The mission of the WCSU Career Development Center (CDC) is to lead the university’s efforts to
support students and recent graduates in identifying and achieving their career goals through the
development of lifelong career planning and job search skills. The CDC strengthens its mission by
building and maintaining cooperative relationships with students, faculty, staff, employers, alumni and
the community. The mission of the Career Development Center is aligned with the university mission
to provide students with the necessary background to be successful in their chosen careers and to be
productive members of society.
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Yale University
New Haven, CT
Contact Information for Career Services Office:
Lori Ferrara, [email protected], 203-432-0811
Career Fairs and Expos:
Yale Office of Career Strategy holds an array of industry nights, which emulate typical career fairs,
but are focused on specific industries rather than holding a broad, catchall event. These events
typically take place in the fall, between the second week of September and mid-October. Employers
can learn of these events via the calendar on the Symplicity database (https://yalecsm.symplicity.com) or by contacting the office during the summer months when registration starts.
Recruiting:
Details regarding Yale’s on-campus recruiting program (available in both the fall and spring
semesters) can be found on its website at http://ocs.yale.edu/content/campus-recruiting-employers.
Yale invites employers to contact Julia Coppola at 203-432-0804 in order to discuss participation in
this program.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Yale University:
All job postings can be achieved via the Yale OCS Symplicity system (https://yalecsm.symplicity.com) or by going to http://ocs.yale.edu/content/post-opportunity.
Other Information:
Please go to http://ocs.yale.edu/ for more information.
Graduate Students:
http://ocs.yale.edu/content/graduate-students-0
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