Professional Development

Korbel MA Students: Explore global projects in Dev, HR, and HA through Interaction’s NGO Aid Map

If you are interested in International Development and Human Rights, you should definitely check out the NGO Aid Map. This website compiles more than 600+ projects being conducted by major international NGOs around the world. You can search by sectors of work, organizations, and countries. So, how can you use this as a graduate student besides just broadening your knowledge of the field?

By Heather Rutherford
Heather Rutherford Career Advisor Heather Rutherford
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How Can Employers Create Safe Spaces for Women & People of Color? [Interview]

Mikaela Kiner is an executive coach, entrepreneur, and HR consultant who recently authored the book Female Firebrands: Stories and Techniques to Ignite Change, Take Control, and Succeed in the Workplace, in which she interviewed thirteen successful, mission-driven women to learn …

By Stephan Maldonado - Vault
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What to Expect: Visiting Career & Professional Development

Is the concept of a college career office or career advisor new to you? You’re not alone! Most people haven’t had much experience with the concept of career counseling or career coaching until they get to college.  Career & Professional …

By Heidi J. Perman
Heidi J. Perman Assistant Vice Chancellor, Career & Professional Development Heidi J. Perman
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How to Cultivate Empathy in the Workplace in Difficult Times

When empathy is part of a workplace culture, employees are happier and more productive, leading to greater success all around. And while difficult circumstances require more empathy than usual, they also make it easy for this crucial skill to get …

By Amy Bergen - Idealist Careers
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5 Things to Do When You’re Considering a New Career Path

When you’re considering a new career path, it can feel exciting to make a change and explore new possibilities, but changing careers can also come with new obstacles and requires a new mindset. If you’re considering a new career path, …

By Megan Pritchett
Megan Pritchett Graduate Career Advisor Megan Pritchett
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Tips for the First 90 Days on the Job

Many of you will be starting jobs this June after school end. People who have been in their careers for years always have some advice they wish they had gotten when they were starting out. Below are some advice and …

By Emma Spalding
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Tips & Resources for Managing Stress for Graduate Students

The end of spring quarter can be very stressful with figuring out plans after graduation or planning your summer, and finals, and not to mention the beautiful summer weather distracting us all from the work we need to do. Graduate …

By Emma Spalding
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Career Resources for Female Identifying Folks

The job search process can be exhausting. Everything from updating your resume to negotiating your salary takes work, and that is all before the job starts! There can be even more barriers for women as they enter male dominated fields …

By Emma Spalding
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A Guide to Using Pronouns and Other Gender-Inclusive Language in the Office

Picture this: You’re gathered around the coffee machine one morning with a group of your co-workers when Joe says, “You guys missed a great story Robin told while we were manning the conference booth yesterday. No seriously, dude, she’s so …

By The Muse
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Great Students Don’t Necessarily Make Great Employees—Here’s Why

Katie Parrott’s college career advisor used to put her in the category of “ostrich person.” The term was reserved, she recalls, for students who’d “stick their head in the sand and pretend that school was never going to end.”

In …

By The Muse
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Career & Professional Development Contact & Location

Phone
303.871.2150
Address

Burwell Center for Career Achievement
2190 E. Asbury Avenue
Denver, CO 80210

Career & Professional Development Hours

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T 8:00am-4:30pm
W 8:00am-4:30pm
TH 8:00am-4:30pm
F 8:00am-4:30pm

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