Oh, The Places You'll Go!
As a subject, the study of chemistry brings together rigorous analytical thinking like few other fields do. Chemistry graduates go on to careers in academia, industry, research, medicine, and/or post-graduate studies. The University of Connecticut and the American Chemical Society offer many resources for career exploration and development.
American Chemical Society
The American Chemical Society offers "College to Career: Getting a Job in Chemistry." Find a list of possible chemistry careers, chemist profiles, and the "next steps" for students pursuing a career in Chemistry.
UConn Center for Career Development
Visit the UConn Center for Career Development (CCD) for career assistance. CCD staff assist with resume review, mock interviews, and the career discovery and search process. The CCD also hosts career-related events such as networking opportunities, seminars, alumni panels, and career fairs.
Husky Mentor Network
The Husky Mentor Network connects you with alumni and key professionals within UConn’s vast network, for one-on-one career conversations, résumé critiques, mock interviews and more.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Resources
CLAS Career Events
CLAS and the Center for Career Development co-sponsor events each semester that can help you explore your career options and network with CLAS alumni.
Search aftercollege for job and internship listings within the field of Chemistry.