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
In the current job market, the task of standing out to future employers is getting more difficult as competition between applicants increases. For today’s candidates, the ability to bring real-world industry experience into their first post-graduate position can be a game-changing factor, the difference that sets them apart from the rest. CU Denver Business SchoolFinance undergraduate, Suhail Ghoomun, is one of the many driven students who have recognized the importance of completing an internship before seeking an industry position, which is precisely what prompted him to pursue a learning opportunity with Merrill Lynch this summer. Read more
The Business Career Connections (BCC) Center at the CU Denver Business School is hard at work year round putting students in situations to succeed. Peter Howell, a Finance and Risk Management major officially became a senior last week, is one such student.
Peter chose CU Denver because of the atmosphere and the professionalism at the school overall. “It is a great place to get a degree and gain some very valuable real-world business experience and insight. Read more
Everyone wants to spend their money wisely, and that includes college students and their parents. Schools are facing increased pressure to show they are not only preparing students for careers, but making sure they start these careers soon.
High placement rates and other statistics can help schools compete. The U.S. Department of Education recently launched the College Scorecard (www.collegescorecard.ed.gov/), an online resource that lists U.S. Read more
About 200 students participate, including those who went through Finance, Risk Management and Insurance Career Series
DENVER – Bryant Burciaga, dressed in a crisp suit and carrying his resume, shook hands with many potential employers at the hugely successful Career Fair hosted by the University of Colorado Denver Business School.
“There’s a lot of good opportunities here for internships and for people who are close to graduating,” he said. Read more