Featured Videos6 of Today's Most In-Demand Jobs | CareerBuilderWondering what the most in-demand jobs are right this minute—and what qualifications you need to compete for them? Watch this video for six of the hottest U.S. jobs, where to find them, how to search for them, what kind of education you need, the level of competition you're up against, the salary you can expect, and more. Also check out the companion infographic: http://cb.com/xLjGNS.
Want to get involved as a speaker, mentor or recruiter?Email Us
Denver PollsLoading ...
Latest TweetsLatest Tweets
In February, a group of 18 students from the Colorado Women’s College (CWC) at the University of Denver visited several employers in two days as part of City Ventures, a Leadership/Career Development class. The course is co-taught by Career Services Advisor, Carolyn Sommers, and DU adjunct instructor and consulting psychologist, Tanja Hinterstoisser. As nontraditional students, the women of CWC come to the University of Denver with several years of professional experience and by completing a degree, many hope to leverage their … Continue reading
Hi! My name is Emily. I am a third-year DU student studying International Studies and Sustainability, and I am also the Career Peer Advisor in the Career Services Center. I transferred here from Front Range Community College last quarter and I have since been enjoying being active on campus through my job and the other various on-campus activities with which I am involved. My job as the Career Peer Advisor is especially rewarding because I am learning so much … Continue reading
Everyone knows you’re supposed to study hard when you’re at college so that you can get good grades. Take notes. Attend class. Write papers. Study. Study. Study.
Well, what if I told you that this might be sabotaging your career prospects?
A lot of students have a real single-minded focus on grades. I get it. I was pretty obsessed with getting an 85.00% average during my undergrad as this meant my next year of tuition was free (now you want … Continue reading
DU rocked it,” said Arrow Electronic‘s Sr. Manager of University Recruitment and Relations, Teresa Kostenbauer. Former Director of Marketing and Outreach for Daniel’s College of Business Career Services, she was referring to the meeting between Colorado’s only Fortune 150 Company (2.4 B in sales), Arrow Electronics, and the DU students who attended their information seminar and dinner held on Wednesday evening at Anderson Commons. Over 100 students, alumni, faculty and staff had an opportunity to learn more about the significant … Continue reading
Trudging through the snow on your way to class, summer probably seems so far away.
You may be surprised how quickly summer is upon you. Planning now for summer internships or career opportunities might seem crazy, but picture this:
You’ll be getting back into your school routine after winter break, plenty of time to worry about internship deadlines. Then papers will start being due, so homework takes priority.
Just as you remember to do a little internship planning, … Continue reading
Take Control of Your Future! Learn from the job-hunting expert who worked 50 Jobs in 50 States in 50 Weeks
February 18th from 7-8PM in the Driscoll Ballroom Gallery
Sponsored by the University Career Center-RSVP through Pioneer Careers
Daniel Seddiqui is a job-hunting expert and cultural analyst. Daniel has formed Living the Map, which raises awareness of the varying cultures, careers, and environments across the country through outreach, educational endeavors, and community building. Living the map encourages those to explore the world … Continue reading
What is your role in your internship?
I worked for a credit union (ENT) located in Colorado Springs in the accounting department for two years as a paid intern. My first summer I tested a database that helped calculate bad debt expense. This past summer I reconciled the ATM balances for all 27 service centers.
How did you … Continue reading
Interview with Lisa Wickman, Biology major and Chemistry and Environmental science minors, class of 2015
Summer Intern at La Plata County Humane Society
What was your role in your job or internship?
I had two jobs: one was to be a kennel tech, so I spent all day in the kennels at the animal shelter. I helped with feeding, cleaning, exercising, and anything else that needed to be done. I got to spend a lot of hands-on time with all the dogs … Continue reading
Interview with Taylor Cain, alumna class of 2013
finance major, business ethics and legal studies minor
Management Consultant at Pon
What is your role in your job?
I am spending six months in three different locations as a management consultant. Each location is with a different company that Pon holds. Right now I’m working on a project in Cincinnati that has to do with logistics and operational procedures. Next week I will go to Amsterdam for a training. I will find … Continue reading