5 Ways to Stand Out at Employer Meet & Greets


Check out this fun infographic on how to stand out at Meet & Greets. Great ideas about appropriate dress, elevator pitches and timely follow-up.

















By Maria Kuntz
Maria Kuntz Marketing and Events Manager
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Behavioral Interviewing 1001


Behavioral interviewing is based on the premise that past behavior is the best predictor of future success. Therefore, how someone has behaved or performed in the past will probably be a good indicator of how they will behave or perform …

By Parham - uConnect
Parham - uConnect
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Write a Resume that Employers Will Read Like a Novel

Interested Employer

It’s 2016 and with the job market is more competitive than ever, you need a resume that will capture both an employer’s attention and imagination.  So with that in mind, here are 5 tips on how to write a resume …

By Steven M. Mehler
Steven M. Mehler
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5 Tough (And Confusing) Entry Level Interview Questions


Sometime during the final year of school, you will seriously begin the hunt for that first career position. Up until now, it has been all about classes, parties, study and preparation. Now, the “rubber meets the road,” so to speak. …

By Dante Munnis
Dante Munnis Content Manager
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5 Things to Seek in Your First Job


There are many things a recent grad should look for in a potential employer. Some good questions to consider include:  What is the salary? How much of my health insurance is covered? Who will I be working with? What will I …

By Walt Capell
Walt Capell Owner/President
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The 2017 Job & Internship Search Starts NOW

Career and Internship Fair

Do you plan on having a job or internship lined up for June 2017?  Think if you get started looking in March you’ll be way ahead of the game?  Think again!!  Recruiting has started happening earlier and earlier every year …

By Rebecca Damas
Rebecca Damas Assistant Director of the University Career Center
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Don’t Let Your Career Blow Up in Smoke


Don’t Let Your Career Blow Up in Smoke:
7 Things to know about employment and drug use in Colorado

In 2012, Colorado adopted an amendment to its Constitution (Amendment 64) which legalized the recreational possession and use of marijuana for …

By Mary Michael Hawkins
Mary Michael Hawkins Director of the Career Center
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DU Students and Alumni in Hot Demand!

2016 DU Summer Send-Off

On Monday, August 22nd, 250 employers visited campus to kick off the recruiting year by attending the 3rd Annual Employer Luncheon. These employers represented a wide variety of industries including consulting, finance, accounting, education, engineering, technology, non-profit, consumer products, hospitality, …

By Julia Nelson
Julia Nelson
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Jobs Outside Academia for PhD’S

career choices non-academic phd jobs


Do you have a PhD and are now thinking about exploring non-academic career options? The key is being open to applying your skills, abilities and interests in a wide variety of positions and industries.

Here …

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SEO Your Resume: How and Why Key Words Can Help With Getting the Job

SEO for Resumes

There is a strategy of marketing known as “Search Engine Optimization,” or “SEO.” Techniques differ, but the easiest way to understand SEO is that a search engine uses a program to read a website, look for keywords and key phrases, …

By Sia Mohajer
Sia Mohajer HR manager
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