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Breaking Out Career Services with Jim Lowe of University of Connecticut

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We recently caught up with Jim Lowe, Assistant Vice Provost and Executive Director of the Center for Career Development at the University of Connecticut to ask him how UConn prioritizes and promotes career services. What's their not-so secret sauce for achieving quadruple the engagement? Jim shares how UConn reaches students earlier in their college experience by making all career services data and resources available online - in a way that's intuitive and easily navigated. Watch the video to hear UConn's results after taking career services to the next level to better serve students and stakeholders!

  

 

 

See more from Jim and the UConn Career Services team at https://career.uconn.edu

 

How do you breakout career services to engage students? Learn more about how uConnect can help your institution market career services to better engage student, stakeholders, and the whole campus community at gouconnect.com

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