When it comes to standing out in today’s job market, students can complement any major with a business minor. In many industries and professions, having a fundamental understanding of business can be that thing that sets you apart. The CU Denver Business School’s undergraduate business minors are designed for non-business and business undergraduate students alike to expand their knowledge and skills. Read more
Alumni mentoring is becoming recognized as one of the most critical components of the college experience. Feeling supported and having deep learning experiences during college means everything when it comes to success after graduation. Unfortunately, many graduates miss out on a key element of that support while in college: having a mentor.
The Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) tackled this challenge by launching a new alumni mentor program this Spring, partnering with Mentor Collective, an international online mentoring community, to pair over 325 Business School upperclassmen and alumni together.
Students and alumni are matched based on common interests including field of study, background, and professional aspirations. To Read more
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 could be much better – also holds the possibility that it could be much worse? It’s not a decision to take lightly but most people aren’t sure where to start.
The CU Denver Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) hosted an online Career Edge Webinar to share expert advice for quitting your job the right way. Read more
The business world is charting unseen territory. With the future business landscape likely altered forever, your ability to be adaptable, efficient, creative, and level-headed will be more valuable than ever.
Alums Josh Churlik, Susan Heinzeroth, and David Heisler presenting the webinar.
The Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) hosted an online webinar to share expert alumni advice on the skills they developed after graduation that helped them succeed in life and business. Read more
Mason with family after graduation
What is your current position and what led you here?
I am currently a Business Intelligence Analyst at DaVita. Inc. I analyze metrics on how physicians interact with electronic health records.
My career really started working in a hospital. As odd as it may sound, I really like the atmosphere of working in a hospital because everyone has one mission, and it is to make someone else’s life better. Read more
The business world is charting unseen territory. With the future business landscape likely altered forever, you’ll need to be the kind of leader that can adapt and thrive in crisis mode. Join us online to hear expert Business School alumni discuss the skills they developed after graduation that helped them succeed in life and business.
Grow your skills in:
> Becoming more adaptable, flexible, and resilient in trying times
> Lean project management: eliminating waste, reducing costs, and adding value
> Networking, relationship building, and making the right connections
> Harnessing creativity and innovation to tackle unique new challenges
> Emotional intelligence: effectively communicating, managing stress, and prioritizing empathy during a crisis
Can’t make it? Read more
Lance Holman is the president and CEO of Holman Capital Corporation, a company he started in 2009 with the dream of providing knowledge, ideas, and capital to state and local governments, educational institutions, and health systems in the US. A 1993 graduate of CU Denver, Lance has come a long way, establishing himself in the Finance field and building his company.
Choosing CU Denver
When it came to approaching higher education, Lance chose CU Denver because he knew it was “a great school.” Read more