There are many opportunities for you to explore pathways and industries right here on campus. Take advantage of the great speakers, presentations, and events going on each day. Be sure to stay aware of what your department, clubs and organizations are offering as well as broader campus events by watching the CC Event Calendar.
**Our office will close from 11:30-12:30 for lunch during June and July, please stop by anytime before or after, or schedule an appointment to meet with us!**
Drop In hours are Monday-Thursday, 1:00-3:30pm; drop in hours end on May 14, 2015!
This is a great way to get started! Just stop by with quick questions.
What's Coming Up During Block 8:
Alumni Association Board Networking Event, April 23, 5:30-7pm, Bemis Great Hall
Come meet some incredible Alumni and let them help you make connections! Business casual dress required.
Andre Schunk '98: A Career in Communications and Sponsorship, April 28, 1:30-2:30pm, El Pomar
Andre is currently the Senior Vice President of Octagon, a multibillion-dollar leader in sports marketing, consulting, and sponsorship. After working for Octagon in Europe for 10 years, he transferred to their global headquarters in Connecticut where he works with high profile accounts such as AB InBev, Johnson & Johnson, Siemens, and JBL. As a History major/French minor, he will share how to best market your liberal arts education to employers, what a career in marketing and sponsorship entails, and how critical problem-solving skills will be no matter where your career path may take you.
Etiquette Dinner, presented by the Stratton Series, April 29, 5:30-7:30pm, Bemis Great Hall
Need to brush up on your etiquette skills? Let the Career Center and the Advancement Office be your guides. Join us for a night of learning the nuances of dining that will increase your comfort level when participating in a meal in any professional environment. Appropriate attire is business formal.
DU Masters in Accountancy Information Session, April 30, 12-1pm, Worner 216
Come learn about the Masters in Accountancy program at the Daniels College of Business at Denver University.
Personal Finance 101, May 5, 5:30-7pm, Gaylord Hall
Join us as we host several alumni from the financial field to talk about smart budgeting!
Do you know your credit score?
Is it smart to have 5 credit cards?
Is it true that you don’t have to start paying student loans for 15 months after graduation?
When should you start saving for retirement?
Have all these questions answered, and more!
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If you are on campus over the summer and would like to set up an appointment with a career coach, please email us or call us at 719-389-6893! Have a fantastic summer!!