5 Internship Facts You Won’t Believe

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Internships can change the trajectory of your intended career path.  They provide valuable insights into an industry, job or employer you’ve been considering.  Plus, employers expect students to have some experience by graduation.  Get inspired and start your search now!

By Mary Michael Hawkins
Mary Michael Hawkins Director, Career & Professional Development Mary Michael Hawkins
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TIPS FOR NETWORKING SUCCESS

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TIPS FOR NETWORKING SUCCESS!

Networking can be a great way to meet interesting people and is a good way to discover opportunities. The key to being successful is to expand your thinking and consider networking something that you do on …

By Patricia Hickman
Patricia Hickman Director, Graduate Career & Professional Development Patricia Hickman
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Conversation Starters: How to Prepare for Networking Events

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Connecting DU, Mentor-For-A-Moment, Career Fairs, Employer Meet & Greets.  These events are happening all over campus throughout the year and for many they may create anxiety about how to show up and make the most of the connections with DU …

By Mary Michael Hawkins
Mary Michael Hawkins Director, Career & Professional Development Mary Michael Hawkins
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2019 Faculty Career Champions Announcement

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On Tuesday, September 10, Career & Professional Development announced the 2019 Faculty Career Champion Award winners at the 3rd annual Faculty Career Champion breakfast celebration. Chancellor Jeremy Haefner and Interim Provost Corrine Lengsfeld greeted over 120 Faculty Career Champions.  This …

By Jane Mall
Jane Mall Career & Professional development Jane Mall
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Undergraduate Research for Career Preparation

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Have you ever thought about scholarly research in your field as career preparation for your students? It’s clear that research is helpful for students on a grad school track, both for helping them decide if they really want to do …

By Mark Siemens
Mark Siemens Director. Undergraduate Research Center | Associate Professor, Physics & Astronomy
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