Find Your Organization’s Next Star Employee

The University of New Haven’s Career Development Center creates many opportunities for employers from around the state, region, or country to interact with and recruit talented and well-qualified students.

Nationally Recognized Center for Career Development

The University of New Haven’s Career Development Center, a comprehensive career planning and employment center for students of all majors and classifications, has been named one of the best in the nation by The Princeton Review.

Our new ChargerLink system puts the power in your hands to view top matches for your open positions and start a conversation. The Center’s staff can connect employers and recruiters to candidates through information sessions, guest speaking opportunities, on-campus interviews, and online job postings via:


Fall 2020 Virtual Career Expo

Virtual Career Expo

Sept. 16, 2020

Registration is open for our Fall 2020 Career Expo, and this year we have gone virtual! Details on how to set up your virtual booth will follow.

Register via ChargerLink

Regional Cybersecurity & Tech Virtual Expo

Virtual Cybersecurity and Tech Expo

Oct. 28, 2020

The Connecticut Career Consortium is hosting our first ever regional cybersecurity and tech expo and career fair. Join 15+ schools from Connecticut to recruit students in the fastest growing career industries - cybersecurity, computer science, programming, and information technology!

Learn More

  • Online Job and Internship Postings via ChargerLink
  • Resume Referral Program
  • On-Campus Interviewing & Information Tables
  • Guest Speaker Opportunities
  • Connect with Campus Clubs and Organizations
  • Networking Events with Students & Alumni
  • Access to University’s Alumni Network
  • Job Shadow and Mentoring Opportunities
  • Assistance in Creating a Robust Internship Program
  • Salary Information and Recruiting Trend Data


"The University of New Haven’s Career Development Center takes great pride in partnering with you to support your recruitment efforts to hire the best and brightest and to enhance your involvement with University students, faculty, and administration." Matt Caporale, Executive Director, Career Development Center