Career and Professional Development
Career-Ready, Set, Go!
UHart helps you make smart career decisions.
In the Office of Career and Professional Development we don't just help you with your resume and job searches—We challenge you to explore career paths, learn new skills, and network with industry experts. Here, you will be part of career communities that will empower you to find a job that you will love.
We help you discover career paths, prepare for life after UHart, and network with industry professionals. Stop into the Career Studio for a resume review, Handshake tutorial, or to attend some of our many events happening throughout the year!
We are here to help you
Whether you are seeking career guidance, searching for resources, or looking to partner, we are here to get you on the right path.
At UHart, you will find your career path, but you won't walk it alone. Discover tips and tricks for writing your resume and cover letter with Career Studio's review before apply for a job or internship on Handshake.
Are you looking to attend one of our career fairs, meet with our students, or become a campus partner? A member of our career team is happy to strategize ways we can work together to meet your goals and objectives.
Career Studio Programming
Meet Our Student AmbassadorsThe career student ambassadors and graduate students in the Office of Career and Professional Development each play an important role in helping students find their career passion—they meet with students, work on marketing materials, social media content, event planning, and more. Come by the Career Studio to meet them in person.
Career Student Ambassador, Keren Shahverdi, is a fourth-year Nursing major with a minor in Biochemistry. She loves being a part of the UHart community and getting involved in different ways. Keren is currently a LEAD ambassador for ENHP, President of Chabad Chevra, and a tour guide for the RedKey Society.
Career Student Ambassador, Alison Ho, is an entrepreneurial studies major with a minor in project management. In addition to the Career Studio, she also works with the Office of Residential Life as an RA, and the Barney School of Business as a Student Ambassador. Alison has immersed herself in the Human Resources field, and plans to open a business of her own in the future.
Career Student Ambassador, Katrina Lacombe, is a Music Management and Commercial Voice major at The Hartt School. She is a diligent and dedicated student excited about working for a record label or as an artist manager in the future. Her growing skills as a musician help her to play both sides of the industry and offer support for students studying and working in the arts. She is looking forward to being part of the career community on campus and making more connections.