Now Open! – 2024 Summer Internship Award Application

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

By Mary Michael Hawkins
Mary Michael Hawkins Senior Director, Undergraduate Career & Professional Development
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Starting a New Job While Non-Binary? Set Yourself Up for Success

You’ve made it through the interview process, accepted your job offer, and now you’re off to begin your new job. When you start in your new position and meet your co-workers, you want to make the best first impression possible. …

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IBM’s Neurodiversity Advancement Initiative Supports Employees Revealing Their Authentic Self in the Workplace

In this episode of Work in Progress, I’m joined by Nat Lyckowski, the global neurodiversity advancement leader for tech giant IBM.

“Neurodiversity is a concept to respect and accept neurological differences as a natural part of human variation. Just like …

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Creating a Safe Space for Neurodivergent Teammates and Allies at CallRail

At CallRail, Divergent Minds is an Employee Resource Group (ERG) dedicated to providing resources, education, and support for people who identify as neurodivergent and their allies.

The ERG was founded in early 2023 by just a few team members. By …

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Top 4 Tips for Graduate School Applications

Hello, I am Brett Semelsberger, currently rounding off my senior year at the University of Denver. Alongside my academic pursuits, I have had the privilege of serving as a career peer advisor at the Burwell Center for Career Achievement, where …

By Brett Semelsberger
Brett Semelsberger
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Summer with Student Employment

Summer may be here, but the Office of Student Employment is too! Join us throughout the summer to learn about your place in the student employment community.

For supervisors:
So You Want to Hire a…

We know that having a …

By Elise Goss-Alexander
Elise Goss-Alexander Director, Student Employment
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Supervisor Learning Cohort

The Supervisor Learning Cohort is a group learning opportunity for supervisors on campus to deepen their skills and understanding around supervision. You will meet once a week for 7 weeks, and throughout will participate in valuable discussions and reflections surrounding …

By Laine Stubbs
Laine Stubbs
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Empowering Black and Latina Women Through Financial Independence

Today’s episode is another Financial Literacy Month conversation, this time with Money Coach Aqura Nicholson. Earning more money doesn’t automatically mean you know how to manage more money. This is something that both Aqura and I had to learn the …

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Trans and Non-Binary Career Advancement: How to Overcome Challenges at Work

Transgender and non-binary individuals face many unique challenges—both in their personal lives and at work. As they try to advance their careers, they are often confronted by obstacles that are rooted in long-established social norms and societal expectations. Fortunately, there …

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Inside Autism Acceptance in the Workplace with 20+ Companies

Only 22% of autistic adults are in any kind of employment according to the National Autistic Society. This statistic clearly represents the strides we still need to make to improve autism and wider neurodivergent acceptance in the workplace.

Embracing autism …

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How to Get Focused and Follow Through When You Have ADHD

Are you struggling to get focused and stay on task? Do you frequently find yourself starting new projects but never following through on them? If you have ADHD, you’re not alone. Being neurodivergent can make it difficult to concentrate and …

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