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Pratt & Whitney, GE, General Dynamics, and Kaman among employers attending Career Fair at University of Hartford

Posted 11/01/2016
Posted by Rose Brodeur

Employers to share engineering and job opportunities with UHart students and alumni on Tuesday, November 1.

WHO ― Connecticut employers looking to expand their talent pool in job sectors like engineering, technology, architecture, and manufacturing will be connecting and meeting with students and alumni.

WHAT  ― The career fair is expected to draw up to 400 UHart students and alumni with the objective of connecting them with Connecticut employers, especially during this period of high demand within many fields, including construction, engineering, and manufacturing.

WHEN and WHERE ― Tuesday, November 1, 2016

11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Konover Campus Center, University of Hartford

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BACKGROUND ― The University of Hartford is committed to cultivating rich and mutually beneficial relationships with business, industry, government, and community and not-for-profit partners, connecting with them in different ways --some visit campus and share their expertise as guest lecturers, while others hire students as interns and full-time employees or help support community service activities. 

This career fair is an example of how the University joins forces and contributes to cultivating a vibrant and talented workforce in the state of Connecticut.

Lou Manzione, Dean of the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA), has a unique perspective on the state’s economic development efforts. He is on the State Talent and Workforce Committee, is the Chair of the CT Council of Engineering Deans, and the past President of the Connecticut Council of Science and Engineering.