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The Construction Institute has the advantage of being a part of the rich academic environment of the University of Hartford. The Institute works with the University's College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA)  to create meaningful opportunities for students to learn from the Institute's members, through internships, lectures, and career preparation activities. The University of Hartford's academic resources are an important contribution to the development of the Institutes programs, workshops, and its virtual knowledge bank. In addition to its work with CETA, the Institute collaborates with the Barney School of Business and the Entrepreneurial Center. 




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The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) provides challenging programs that prepare graduates for stimulating, meaningful, and rewarding professional careers. The college is ranked 15th in the nation for mid-career salary earnings, tied with MIT, Tufts and Carnegie Mellon. A student may choose engineering, with its emphasis on theory, analysis, and design; technology, which teaches engineering technology, with an emphasis on hands-on application of theory; or architecture, with its emphasis on a combination of design and application of theory.


Learn more about CETA: click here.




 Barney School of Business 

At the Barney School of Business, students begin building toward a career during freshman year learning and developing both technical and professional leadership skills. Its AACSB accreditation places it among the top 5% of business schools, and it has been named a top Business School by Bloomberg Business Week (2016).  100% of Barney Business School students complete at least one internship, and 91% are employed or continuing their education after graduation.


Learn more about the Barney School of Business, and its career ready focus.



The University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center, founded in 1985, provides personalized business advising, educational programs, technical assistance, and networking events to new and expanding small businesses in Connecticut. The Center focuses on serving women, minority-owned businesses, and other underserved constituents, specializing in turning ideas into viable  businesses and break-even companies into sustainable, profitable, and scalable enterprises. The Women's Business Center is the largest initiative of the Center. The Center also offers programs for contractors, including a monthly educational program, business advising, and the annual CT Business Matchmaker event.


Need to post a Job or Internship Opportunity?


The University of Hartford's job board, CareerBridge, is an effective tool for advertising full-time and part-time jobs and internships for University of Hartford students and alumni. Positions will be posted free of charge for 90 days, and you will be notified via e-mail when your posting is set to expire. 


Learn more about CareerBridge


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