“When I asked employers how students did, the first word out of their mouth was amazing,” shared Stephanie Sindt, career advisor at the Business Career Connections (BCC), in regards to our students’ performance at the CU Denver Business School’s Career Fair.
The Business School’s lobby was packed with over 200 students enthusiastically networking with representatives from 22 different companies this Tuesday. Read more
The Business Career Connections Spring 2017 Career Fair brought in 22 top-tier firms to the business school, and along with it, the event’s largest turnout to date.
Electricity was in the air as late afternoon faded into evening, and the business school lobby transformed into a networking plaza, cholk-full of eager students and representatives alike. Moments before the fair was scheduled to begin, participants perused the provided spreadsheet of employers in attendance, formulating a game plan aimed at making the difficult decision of who to visit first. Read more
The 2017 Spring Career Fair hosted by the Business Career Connections (BCC) office will be held on March 8. As the latter half of the spring semester rapidly approaches, the job hunt for students and upcoming graduates is getting into full swing. It can be a stressful time, leaving many students wondering how and where to start their search.
Held once a year, the Business School Career Fair provides students and alumni with the chance to meet and network with corporate partners from major industries within the field of business. Read more
The third annual Colorado Business School Career Fair was held at Sports Authority Field on Thursday, September 29th. 165 employers attended this year’s Career Fair – up from 150 from the 2015 fair. Virtually every industry was represented and sponsors included Level 3, Penske, Charles Schwab, Fidelity, Great-West Financial, Janus, Oppenheimer, TIAA, T. Read more
The State of Colorado announced its most recent unemployment rate on March 25th. It is at a 15 year low of 3.2%, tied for fourth lowest in the nation.
This record was in evidence at the CU Denver Business School’s third annual Career Fair. Sixty employer representatives from 24 companies were in attendance and offered a warm welcome to 250 students and alumni. Employers represented the Public Accounting, Banking, Healthcare, Investment Services, Manufacturing Distribution, Risk Management and Insurance, Start-Up, and Telecommunications sectors. Read more
On Thursday, September 17th, employers and business students from multiple schools came together at Sports Authority Field for the 2nd annual Colorado Business School Career Fair. The Career Fair is a collaborative effort between the business schools of the University of Colorado, Colorado State University, and the University of Denver.
There were about 150 local and national employers that set up booths and sent recruiters to speak to students about jobs. Read more
Students broke out the professional attire and companies brought out their top recruiters in this year’s spring Career Fair. The Career Fair was organized by the CU Denver Business School’s Business Career Connections (BCC) and featured 24 employers and two professional organizations.
This year’s career fair had the most attendees sign up – which totaled 250 students. Read more