All of us dream about what’s next in our careers, even if it’s simply escaping the trials of our current role. How do you know if you’re giving up something decent for something that – while it may have the potential to be better – also holds the possibility that it could be much worse? It’s not a decision to take lightly, so join us to walk through the essential questions that you need address before submitting your resignation. Read more
Have you heard about the surprise bestselling book Designing Your Life? Written by two Stanford professors, it distills the content from their popular “what should I do with my life” course.
If you’re lost about what’s next for you professionally, this free webinar will give you tools to address any career stagnation that’s weighing you down right now. Our own Maggie Graham (one of the first Designing Your Life Certified Coaches) will walk you through:
Techniques to address the scarcity of ideas (and its opposite: too many ideas)
An approach to moving from a career leap (which, while enticing, also holds significant risk) to a series of incremental steps
Methods for weaving accountability into your process
The Business Career Connections Center is bringing the best in the business to demonstrate their knowledge of digital trends. For more information email Miranda Stokes: firstname.lastname@example.org Read more
Hans Mortimer is excited to begin a new career as a
public accountant after graduating from the MS Accounting program at CU Denver
in the spring of 2020, just one year after enrolling in the program.
Hans’ path to an accounting degree was not
straightforward, but his passion for continued growth and learning drew him
back to school to study accounting. Hans originally studied biology and K-12
education as an undergraduate at the University of California – Berkeley, where
he studied Vitamin A metabolism as a student researcher in the Napoli lab.
Denver offered flexibility and great networking opportunities
After moving to Denver to begin a career in education,
Hans realized he wanted to pursue a different career path. Read more
Tanner decided CU Denver Business School would be his next adventure.
Tanner Calhoun has had an adventurous life. He has served in the Marine Corps, worked a drilling rig and in construction, been a hotshot firefighter, an EMT, a massage therapist, and even been a professional rodeo clown and bullfighter. Tanner’s most recent move has been a bit tamer by conventional standards, but he still finds it exciting. Read more
An internship is the perfect launching pad into a new industry or career.
Because competition is stiff, you have to start early in order to make the best
first impression and stand out. The team
at the Business Career Connections (BCC) office had some great advice for
students, especially if you’re looking for an internship for the summer.
resume and LinkedIn profile in shape now
It’s important for them to both look great and really tell your story – not just what you’ve done, but about what you want to do. Read more