On February 5, 2015 CU Denver Business Career Connections hosted the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. The informational session which welcomed four professionals from the bank, highlighted the various career and internship opportunities with the nation’s central bank.
Graduate and undergraduate students from the Finance, Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) and Information Systems programs listened in as current employees discussed their careers at the banking organization. Read more
DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–For the second year in a row, government software and consulting-services provider Fast Enterprises, LLC (FAST) has been honored as a “best place to work” by online jobs and career community Glassdoor. FAST has moved to the number two spot on Glassdoor’s 50 Best Medium-Sized Companies to Work For list, which is based on anonymous employee feedback in areas such as job satisfaction, career opportunities, pay and benefits, company culture, and more. Read more
Nearly 300 alumni, undergraduate and graduate students, and members of the community squeezed into St. Cajetan’s on the Auraria campus on October 21. The Center for Information Technology Innovation and Information Systems Association hosted the 9th annual Business Leaders with an EDGE Executive Panel event. The business leaders from some of Colorado’s premier companies discussed Information Technology industry outlook and how information technology is an integral part of every aspect of business and what they see as the future of business and information technology. Read more
The University of Colorado Denver Business School will host “Become a Business Leader with an Edge” executive panel on Tuesday, October 21 from 5:15 – 7:00 p.m. The ninth annual event, presented by the Information Systems Program and the Information Systems Association will be held in St. Cajetan’s, on Auraria campus. The event brings together business leaders from some of Colorado’s premier companies to discuss the future of business and technology. Read more
Executives explain what skills employers are looking for, how to land dream job
DENVER – Hundreds of thousands of information technology and computer-related jobs are currently unfilled in the United States due to a shortage of qualified applicants. The sector’s long-term employment outlook remains robust.
Those were two of many promising messages that information systems and other business students heard at the 8th Annual Business Executive Panel. Read more