From graduating high school in 2006 to recently accepting a competitive internship from Xcel Energy, Kasey Sipe’s relentlessness has led him to success. Sipe, earning his BSBA in both Accounting and Finance, is enjoying every minute of his undergraduate experience this time around.
A long journey to CU Denver
Being an Arizona native, Sipe made the trek to Colorado to pursue a career in food service and hospitality. Read more
“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 information-packed webinar was presented by Sue Wyman, Director of the Business Career Connections (BCC), at the CU Denver Business School and moderated by Amber Morlan (MBA ’14), IT Project Manager at DaVita and BSAN Chair.
With hundreds of applicants fighting for a single position, the need to stand out is undeniable. As a corporate recruiter for over 15 years, Wyman knows exactly the types of resumes that make it out of the pile. Read more
At the age of eleven Grace Heneveld decided she would one day live in Denver. What Heneveld didn’t realize is that she would spend the majority of her college career at CU Denver and secure an accounting position with her dream company before graduating.
Heneveld graduated this December and earned a BSBA in Accounting from the CU Denver Business School. Heneveld grew up in Fort Collins and attended a small private university in Florida her first semester. Read more
When someone says “human resources,” you might not be overwhelmed with excitement, but for CU Denver student Brandon Wiegand, there’s more to it than just handling employee concerns. “Human resources has grown into something much more strategic,” Wiegand said. “Today’s generation moves around a lot, making employee retention more important than ever.”
The success of a business today might very well depend on its ability to find and keep employees. Read more
Internship season is full swing, with CU Denver Business School students putting their expertise into action with area firms. And they’re doing some pretty impressive things. Take Louis Nyamekye, an incoming senior studying Finance and Risk Management and Insurance, with a minor in Communication. Despite having a full academic year still ahead of him, Nyamekye was able to secure an internship with Arrow Electronics for the summer of 2017, working as a finance and risk management intern in the company’s treasury department. Read more