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University of New Haven Hosts Lockheed Martin Day, receives $100,000 Donation

Sikorsky S-76D helicopter landing on University of New Haven campus.

Cameron Hailey, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2020

On Wednesday, Feb. 19, the University of New Haven held Lockheed Martin Day as part of the university’s centennial celebration. That morning, a helicopter landed in the Bixler Gerber quad. “The University of New Haven is in our backyard,” said Michelle Andersen, engineering manager for...

University Sponsored Fall Career Expo

University Sponsored Fall Career Expo

Kelly Adkins, Contributing Writer

October 1, 2019

Whatever the outcome is for the undergraduate and graduate students who attended this year’s Career Expo, local employers said the event can be beneficial. This year’s Fall Career Expo brought 114 employers and more than 800 students into the Beckerman Recreation Center on Wednesday, Sept. 18, ...

Group Interviews are the Wave of the Future

Group Interviews are the Wave of the Future

Nicole Manall, Opinion Editor

April 23, 2019

Instead of spending my spring break relaxing on a beach with a drink in my hand, I spent it going on multiple job interviews. Graduation is only a month away, and seniors, like myself, are fearing that they will be unemployed after graduation. I thought I should stay ahead of the game and apply for jobs ...

Career Expo Brings 200 Employers To Campus

The Charger Bulletin

September 30, 2015

ByAMANDA KEHOE Career Development Center [email protected] Over 200 employers are expected to be visiting the University of New Haven West Haven Campus Thursday, Oct. 1. Working frantically, the Career Development Center is making their final preparations for such a large scale event. The annual...

Ask Melanie

Melanie

April 29, 2015

Dear Melanie, I need help. I applied for a job for the summer but they took a long time to get back to me about it so I also applied for an internship. The internship is unpaid but would help with my future; the job would help me buy a car. I have gotten offers from both and don’t know which one to...

Ask Melanie

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2014

Melanie,  I am currently working at my job as a Life Skills Coach for $12/hour and I am two years in to college. With a Bachelor’s Degree, I can move up in the company but only with a $2 raise. Sometimes I wonder why I am even going to college. A Bachelor’s Degree seems like nothing today. What ...

Make Money or Spend Money: What Would You Choose?

Samantha Mathewson

April 17, 2013

The decision to go to college or not comes at a trivial point in a young person’s life, and that lone decision could have a huge impact on one’s future. So is college enough anymore? Or has it become the “new” high school? “A college education produces many outcomes for students, including...

2012 Career and Graduate School Expo

Elizabeth Field

October 24, 2012

On Friday, Oct. 19, over 300 students had the chance to interact with representatives from more than 50 companies and graduate schools at the 2012 Career and Graduate School Expo, sponsored by the UNH Center for Career Development (CDC). From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., students, faculty and alumni had th...

Give Your Dreams Wings

Jenn Harrington

October 17, 2012

Alexis Irvin and Chip Hiden of the Dream Share Project visited UNH on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012, to facilitate a workshop for students to keep track of their dreams. The workshop was held in the Alumni Lounge where they showed their hour-long documentary and had students complete a packet to help them...

Congress Passes Student Loans, Highway Jobs Bill

The Associated Press

August 29, 2012

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress emphatically approved legislation Friday preserving jobs on transportation projects from coast to coast and avoiding interest rate increases on new loans to millions of college students, giving lawmakers campaign-season bragging rights on what may be their biggest economic...

Obama’s Buffett Rule Impact on Taxes, Jobs

The Associated Press

April 18, 2012

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama’s proposal to impose a "Buffett rule" tax on the rich is generating enormous political wattage, but the plan itself would directly affect only a tiny fraction of Americans. Only around 210,000 taxpayers — a bit over 1 of every 1,000 — would face high...

Your Middle Name Won’t Get You a Job!

Erin Ennis

April 1, 2010

Happy April Fools Day! I hope everyone is enjoying a day full of jokes and pranks. I’m sure SCOPE Co-Chair Glenn Altshuler will do something to my office this week, so shout out to him! So in other news this week, I’m ready to bash on some people on Facebook! Surprisingly, amidst the bandwagons of mafia war playing, note writing, and formspring questions (don’...

Cities, counties take back corporate tax breaks

Liz De La Torre

January 2, 2010

From The Associated Press CHICAGO – Cash-strapped communities have a message for corporations that promised jobs in return for tax breaks: A deal's a deal. As the economy sputters along, municipalities struggling to fix roads, fund schools and pay bills increasingly are rescinding tax abatements to companies...

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