The UConn School of Business Office of Undergraduate Advising and Department of Management have created these certificate programs in partnership with the Connecticut District Export Council to promote knowledge about exporting to students who may wish to have this additional skill for their résumés and potential internships. In a global economy, knowledge of exporting logistics and compliance is crucial for businesses of all sizes, as 95% of all consumers live outside the U.S. Achieving one or more of these certificates will help prepare students to assist an SME (Small to Medium size Enterprise) to begin or expand their exporting capabilities.
The program runs from October to March each academic year. To participate, you must attend the kickoff event & Export Professional Panel on Friday, October 4, 2019. If you have questions about this program, please contact Arminda Kamphausen, International Programs Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Export Compliance I introduces specific topics in Export Compliance, including BIS, OFAC, Cybersecurity IT, etc. It explores special considerations for exporting to China, export controls at trade shows, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and more.
How to Earn a Certificate
Friday, October 4, 10:00am-11:30am
BUSN 106, Storrs Campus
The program includes details about the certificate requirements, presentations by a panel of Export experts followed by Q&A. The panel includes:
- Anthony Sargis – U.S. Dept of Commerce
- Jose Abrantes – Export Compliance Officer for OFS
- Samuel Chaney – FedEx Trade Networks Transport & Brokerage
- Jenny Norris – Meridian Financial Group and Exim Bank
Watch the October 4th Export Professional Kickoff Event below and then take the quiz (required).
After viewing the film, you must take the "Made in America" quiz.
3. View Your Program Webinars
- U.S. Commercial Service
- The Export Process Overview
- Are You Ready to Export?
- My Export Plan
- Researching the Global Marketplace
- Selecting Initial Markets
- Can I Export My Products? - Compliance intro
- Foreign Import Regulations
- Export Counseling
- Selling Products Internationally
- Finding Foreign Buyers: Part 1
- Finding Foreign Buyers: Part 2 - Trade Shows
- Finding Foreign Buyers: Part 3 - Trade missions
- Finding Foreign Buyers: Part 4 - e-commerce
Webinar choices are:
- Is Your Company Export Ready?
- Methods of Payment
- Financing Export Transactions
- Payment Terms
- Working with an Exim Registered Broker
- Working Capital Loan Overview
- Service Providers are Exporters Too
- SBA Export Financing
- Global Risk Management
- Letter of Credit Bootcamp