Avoiding Scams

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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Need a job or internship? Earn course credit while advancing your career!

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Careers & Leadership I: Jobs & Internship Search Preparation 3918- LDRS- 2911-1 | Thursdays 2 PM – 3:50 PM | Sturm 253 | Instructor: Stacey Stevens

This course is designed to give students the unique resources, skills, confidence and tools …

By Stacey Stevens
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Full-time paid summer internship opportunity with Arrow Electronics in Denver

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Many engineering and business students have probably heard of Arrow Electronics, but the summer internships at Arrow are not just for these students. Although they do need students in these fields, they have many more opportunities! From HR to Marketing …

By Emma Spalding
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Connecting DU: Sustainability Careers – Creating Engaging Networking Opportunities

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As part of IMPACT 2025, DU is actively striving to engage students with networking opportunities that offer ways to connect to alumni and employers in a fun and casual atmosphere that takes the fear out of networking.   Career …

By Jane Mall
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Peer Advisor Quick Questions for Undergraduates

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Swing by to get help with your resume and/or cover letter. Learn about resources to get started with your internship or job search and find out about upcoming events. Peer Advisors are extensively trained by professional Career Advisors and are …

By Stacey Stevens
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Tips for Drafting a Resume in the U.S.

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If you are new to internship or job searching in the U.S., resume writing can seem a little daunting. Chances are, you have built a resume to the specifications of your home country, but might not be sure how to …

By Kimberly English
Kimberly English Career Advisor Kimberly English
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The Wide World of Biology Careers!

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Many students choose to major in Biology because they are interested in science and want to apply their critical thinking and investigative skills to solve problems and help others. While some students do choose to major in Biology with a particular …

By Kimberly English
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Announcing the 2018 Faculty Career Champions

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On Friday, September 14, Career & Professional Development announced the 2018 Faculty Career Champion Award winners. This is a student nominated award that focuses on faculty members who have made an impact on students’ career and professional development path.  We …

By Jane Mall
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Don’t Forget To Do These 5 Things Before Your Summer Internship Ends

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The first day of classes is just weeks away and you’re looking forward to returning to campus and seeing all of your friends.  But, before you clean out your desk and put your earbuds in for the commute home, do …

By Mary Michael Hawkins
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Make Your Resume Stand Out

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You have found a job posting for the perfect position! You don’t know anyone at the company and your best networking efforts aren’t producing timely results. How do you make your resume stand out from those of the other 50 …

By Cindy Hyman
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