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INTERVIEWING IS HARD

As an applicant, you come prepared with the stories and examples you’ll share to prove you’re the best person for the job. But, as you may’ve experienced, interviews don’t always go as planned. I’m referring to the …

By Emma Spalding
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Why is networking beneficial to undergrads?

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What comes to mind when you hear the term networking?

The idea of “networking” conjures up a lot of feelings for students – anticipation, hesitation, reluctance – and it’s easy to understand why. We often define networking as a structured, …

By Kimberly English
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12 Tips to Crush the Career Fair

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Are you…

Exploring career options in your major? Seeking an internship for the summer? Researching your options for after graduation? An alum looking for a career change?

If so, the career fair might be an excellent event to attend. Whether you’re …

By Kimberly English
Kimberly English Career Advisor Kimberly English
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Salary Negotiation for Graduate Students

Many times, in interviews you will get asked the question, “So, what are your salary expectations?”. You do not want to be caught unprepared for that question. The question is designed really just to give the employer an idea of …

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2019 Summer Internship Award Program

2019 Summer Internship Award Program

The Summer Internship Award Program through the Career & Professional Development Center is now live and ready for applicants. The Summer Internship Award Program is designed to increase the ability for students to participate in internship opportunities that are unpaid. …

By Stacey Stevens
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Networking Strategies for Graduate Students

Networking as a graduate student can seem intimidating, there is often a lot of pressure to find the right job. Much like networking after undergrad there are lots of things you can do to get your name out there and …

By Emma Spalding
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Top 5 Tips to Keep in Mind When You’re Ready to Interview for Your Dream Job

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You’ve been invited to interview for your dream job, what could go wrong?  After all, you are just talking about yourself, what could be so difficult?  Interviewing has plenty of pitfalls if you are not prepared.  Invest the time necessary …

By Mary Michael Hawkins
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NEW Schedule! Peer Advisor Quick Questions for Undergraduates

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To provide more consistency and available times we’re implementing a new schedule. See below!

Schedule

Monday | Wednesday | Friday @ Driscoll South (Career & Professional Development):  9am – 11am
Tuesday | Thursday @ Beans Hospitality: 1pm – 3pm

Swing …

By Stacey Stevens
Stacey Stevens Associate Director Stacey Stevens
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Infusing Career Into the Classroom: Tips for Faculty

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Faculty Career Champions at DU have helped students in their career development journeys in so many ways. We asked one of the 2018 faculty champions, Jessica Reinhardt, to share some successful tips for infusing career into the classroom that can …

By Jane Mall
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Avoiding Scams

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When beginning your job or internship search it’s important to become aware of the different fraudulent posting’s out there. While the University of Denver makes every attempt to block these postings it’s still possible to run into one. Here are …

By Kayla King
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