3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Disclosing Disabilities to a Potential Employer


Preparing for the interview process is challenging for everyone. Paramount to all other aspects of an interview, are honesty and authenticity on the side of both the candidate and the employer. In the job search, the candidate is a product and …

By Beth Wade
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Graphic Design Resume: Failure or the Right Way to Get Hired


Resume Do’s and Don’ts

With the job market as competing as it is now, job seekers are tweaking their resumes to make them more appealing to recruiters and HR managers. There are some excellent ways to make your resume stand …

By Alice Berg
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Why Attend a Career Fair?

The 2015 Colorado Business School Career Fair

If you’re looking for a new position, you may have considered attending a career fair. You probably imagine a loud room filled with intimidating employers talking about companies you’re not familiar with. And worse, you’re standing in lines, competing with …

By Cindy Hyman
Cindy Hyman Director of Alumni Career & Professional Development
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What Should You Do if You Have a Verbal Job Offer but Not a Written One?

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After successfully applying for a job and going through the interview process, the hiring manager says the phrase you’ve been hoping to hear. “We want to offer you the job!” But what happens when several days have passed and you …

By WayUp Guide
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The inside look into jump-starting your career
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Organizing Your Work Space to Improve Your Creativity


A lot of people think that creative people are scatter-brained and cluttered, and that they work surrounded by clutter. This is actually not usually the case. In fact, when one is surrounded by clutter, it can be hard to get …

By Jane Hurst
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