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Strategies for virtually supporting student career development, when in-person guidance is no longer an option.

Wednesday April 8th, 2020                                 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT

In the new learn and work from home reality, all of us in higher education have had to consider how to provide the best possible virtual experience for our students.

Preparing students for meaningful careers  is one of the most important things we do in higher education. Ensuring that all students are able to easily access and navigate the full range of career resources and supports you have available, is more important than ever.

In this Virtual Lunch & Learn, career leaders from the University of Connecticut and Edinboro University will share their experiences and strategies for continuing career support for their students, in a time when in-person guidance is no longer an option.

Since we can't offer you lunch during our Virtual Lunch & Learn, we'll instead be providing a meal to a student in need in your honor. For every participant in the Lunch & Learn, we'll be donating $5 to Feeding America


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  • <p>Monica Clem</p>

    Monica Clem

    Executive Director of Career Development and Experiential Learning

  • <p>Lee Hameroff</p>

    Lee Hameroff

    Associate Director Of Operations, University of Connecticut Center for Career Development

  • <p>Jim Lowe</p>

    Jim Lowe

    Assistant Vice Provost, University of Connecticut

  • <p>David Kozhuk</p>

    David Kozhuk

    Founder & CEO, uConnect

About uConnect

uConnect's mission is to encourage lifelong learning by helping colleges and universities more confidently make - and more effectively deliver on - the promise of career advancement. uConnect has created the first all-in-one virtual career center which integrates the full range of digital career resources and services schools already have into a single home for career planning and education. Learn more at: