The DU Career Network - How Students Conduct Informational Interviews

Learn how students can use the DU Career Network for class assignments that require them  to reach out to experienced professionals to learn about a specific profession, industry or professional skill.

5 Ways to Tell if Consulting is for You - and 5 Indicators that It's Not!

Learn how to judge if independent consulting is for you as well as the five warning signs that it might not be.

Resume Formatting in Word

Learn the basics of formatting a resume in Word.

Positioning Yourself for a Career Change

Switching careers can be a daunting decision. Learn how to identify and communicate your transferable skills and address skill gaps.

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Learn common causes of career dissatisfaction and tools for determining the type and degree of change that will help re-energize …

Pay Equity v. The Pay Gap: Tools for Job Seekers and Employers

Understand the difference between pay equity and the pay gap and hear steps employers can take to close the gaps …

How to Test if Starting a Consulting Business is Right for You

Learn five proven and practical ways to test the market, your skills and income potential as you consider starting your …

IQ vs. EQ Leadership: The Key to being an Extraordinary Leader

Learn how to lead and inspire using EQ (Emotional Intelligence).

Career Refresh Series: Interviewing and Negotiation

Learn strategies for preparing for interviews, how to research and communicate your worth to negotiate a higher salary and what …

The DU Career Network – Registration for Mentors

Learn how to create your profile in the DU Career Network and share your advice with others.