March 4, the Business Career Connections (BCC) center held the Spring 2020
Career Fair in the newly opened Jake Jabs Event Center.
had the opportunity to network and connect with 27 employers, who accepted
resumes and offered information about their organization’s jobs and internship
opportunities. Sarah Montoya-Ortega, a MS Management major, said “I enjoy
coming to the Career Fair because it’s great to get employers’ perspectives on their own companies in
addition to pitching myself.”
Networking opportunities with 27 employers
school students and alumni had the opportunity to build their network and
connect with employers they could potentially work for in the future. 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
On Wednesday, March 6, employers from the Denver metro area gathered in the Lawrence Street Center to network with students from the CU Denver Business School. Hundreds of students attended the fair, with high hopes of creating connections that would lead to jobs and internship opportunities. Recruiters were eager to connect and engage with attendees; many remember the time they spent as students on the other side of the table. Read more
Over 350 CU Denver Business School students rushed into the Mile High Stadium early in the morning on Friday, October 5, hoping to get a chance to meet their dream employers.
More and more, recruiters are hiring earlier in the season for summer internships and jobs. Even though the career fair is held in the fall, CU Denver students knew that this was a major opportunity to put a face to their application. Read more
Danielle Johannes has been on quite the journey to becoming a graduate of the CU Denver Business School. Her family moved around a lot, which is how she attended three different high schools. Immediately following high school graduation, she joined the army and served a two-year term in Korea.
After several more moves and life changes, Johannes found her calling in public relations here in Denver. Read more
Everyone finds themselves in a dark place at one point or another in their lives. They might, however, lead to personal choices with the potential to be huge defining moments. From struggling to pass classes to accepting a job offer at KPMG, Spencer Roberts graduated with his BSBA in Finance and illustrates the importance of not giving up and letting his past define his future. 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