We’re more than just Resume Reviews
The Career Connections Center (C3) is the University of Florida’s comprehensive career services operation responsible for providing world class career and professional development for all students. As the # 2 Career Center in the country according to Best Colleges, the C3 prepares students for contributions in work, citizenship and life. The center support the overall student experience starting during student orientation and moving beyond graduation.
The C3 provides a variety of services, tools, networks and events for UF students and alumni. Whether exploring career options, developing professional skills, finding meaningful experience, or preparing for life after graduation, the C3 is there to help students on their unique journey. Through the university’s Career Pathways initiative, students can access customized information, connections, and programs to personalize their professional development experience and community.
The Career Connections Center is a UF tradition. We recommend that UF students engage early and often with the Career Connections Center to enhance their University of Florida experience and post-graduation success.
What We Stand By:
Our Mission Statement:
Our mission is to educate and create connections for the University of Florida community in order to facilitate the holistic career development of students.
• We advocate for all aspects of diversity
• We actively foster community
• We empower professional growth and personal care
• We are driven to make a purposeful impact
• We carry a spirit of creativity and innovation
• We play!
Our Vision Statement:
For every UF student to have a meaningful career experience while pursuing their degree.
Our Diversity Statement
The Career Connections Center is committed to cultivating a community that is inclusive and reflects the diverse backgrounds and experiences of UF students, staff, and faculty. Diversity encompasses all aspects of identity and positionality. It includes variation and intersectionality across race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, size, marital status, national origin, political opinions or affiliations, genetic information, veteran status, and the many other ways one might identify.