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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Tips for Drafting a Resume in the U.S.

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
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I Became a Web Developer Despite Others Telling Me I Couldn’t

“You can’t be a programmer. You’re too creative.”

Christine Beaubrun, a web developer at Crew, heard this from two different people when she first contemplated a career in tech.

After spending a few years in the hospitality industry, Beaubrun didn’t …

By Ali Machado
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The Wide World of Biology Careers!

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
Kimberly English Career Advisor
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Announcing the 2018 Faculty Career Champions

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 Kolb
Jane Kolb Career & Professional Development
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Don’t Forget to Do These 5 Things Before your Summer Internship Ends

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
Mary Michael Hawkins Senior Director, Undergraduate Career & Professional Development
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10 People on What It Was Like to Be the First (or Only) at Work

It isn’t easy to do something new. That’s especially true when no one—or no one you can see yourself in—has done it before. Being the first one, or the only one like you, is daunting. And it doesn’t matter on …

By Ali Machado
Ali Machado
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Making Connections for Jobs & Internships

It is a good idea to reach out and get to know people that can offer advice on your career! The key to being effective is to expand your thinking and consider making connections as something that you do on …

By Patty Hickman
Patty Hickman Director, Serves Graduate Students
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5 Tips to Beat the Heat and Still Dress Professionally

Professional attire may seem at odds with hot weather. In fact, the ubiquity of business suits is one of the reasons offices pump the A/C high in the summer, to such an extent that in Japan the government has sponsored …

By Kyle Inselman
Kyle Inselman Director, Alumni Career & Professional Development
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Where Might a Degree in Mathematics Take Me?

Many students who choose to major in Mathematics do so because they enjoy working with numbers and solving complex mathematical problems, but are unsure of what their career options might be. A quick Google search of, “what can I do with …

By Kimberly English
Kimberly English Career Advisor
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