Internship & Job Postings

The PCO Employer Toolkit gives step-by-step instructions.

The PCO Employer Toolkit gives step-by-step instructions. Jobs will not be instantly viewable by students/alumni, as jobs posted are reviewed by our team. 

While the best way to share information about job postings is through PCO, you may email us standard sized PDF documents and we will print these to hang up in Burwell Center for Career Achievement and the Community Commons. 

We do not post community jobs, such as those involving childcare, homecare, personal care, assistance, private tutoring, etc. that are not connected to a company or agency to be posted to PCO. We suggest utilizing services such as placement agencies or public posting platforms such as Quad Jobs is a platform designed to connect students to these types of opportunities. DU students who are interested in these types of job opportunities will be referred to Quad Jobs. 

Career & Internship Fairs

The career & internship fairs are 2-day events. Due to space limitations, employers are split into two days. Register for the correct day depending on your organization’s industry. Student and alumni attendees are advised to attend both days of the fair series. Below you will find more information to prepare you for the fairs.

To register, you must have an employer account with PCO. Once in PCO, you will search for the fair you would like to attend using the event title (ex: 2024 Spring All-Majors Career & Internship Fair). The PCO Employer Toolkit gives step-by-step instructions.

Register for the day that aligns best with your organization. Day 1 focuses on organizations in the industries of Health and Human Services, Education, International Relations (including Security & Intelligence, Development & Relief), Government. Day 2 focuses on organizations in the industries of Technology, Engineering, Life Sciences, Business (including Business Development, Sales, Marketing, Finance, Accounting), Hospitality.

The Career & Internship Fair page has the most up to date information.

Sponsorship FeeRegular FeeSmall Business FeeGovernment/Non-Profit Fee
  • Sponsorship Fee |$650
    • This registration features your organization in a prime location with a reserved private interview room to host on-site interviews. Includes a 2′ X 5′ table and space for 2 representatives, featured in the event marketing leading up to the event.
  • Regular Fee | $475
    • This registration includes a 2′ X 5′ table and 2 representatives.
  • Small Business (less than 50 employees) Fee| $275
    • This registration for small organizations includes a 2′ X 5′ table and 2 representatives.
  • Government/Non-Profit Fee | $100
    • This registration for Government/Non-Profit organizations includes a 2′ X 5′ table and 2 representatives.

Employers will receive an invoice after being approved and payment is received. Once your registration is approved, payments can be made online with credit card or via check, though credit card is strongly preferred. Payment is due within ten (10) days of registration approval. If payment is not received within this time, your registration will be forfeited to the employers on our wait list.

Registration alone does not guarantee a spot at the fair. You will hear from a member of our team if your organization has secured a spot. Employer registration is required to attend this event. Space is limited, registration does not secure your attendance. To ensure a variety of industry representation for our students & alumni, the Employer Connections team will review your registration details and be in touch with next steps.

Tips to prepare for the fair can be found in the Career & Internship Fair Tip Sheet for Employers.

Cancellation requests in writing received 20 days prior to the event date will receive a full refund. There are no refunds for cancellations for requests made less than 20 days prior to the event date.

Part of the career fair registration includes receiving resumes from our students who were unable to attend the career fair event due to a class conflict. Our team will send you the resumes of the students who were unable to attend but were interested in connecting with you. 

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DU Career & Internship Fairs are open to current students and alumni only.

While the Burwell Center for Career Achievement is an accessible building, persons with disabilities needing accommodations should contact Career & Professional Development at 303-871-2150 to ensure their specific needs are met.

Employer Events

We advertise and promote employer events through our student newsletters, website, as well as through our career advisors and campus partners.

We strive to make all events accessible. If you are in need of accommodation, please reach out to us. While not all events take place in the Burwell Center for Career Achievement, it is a fully accessible building, with three levels accessible by elevator. Both main floor entrances are wheelchair accessible as are all doors and restrooms. For guests with vision loss, room number signs, restroom signs, and exit signs are posted in Braille as well as embossed lettering.

Campus Career Centers

Check out the Campus Career Offices page.