Month: February 2020

Financing Your Graduate Education

Are you thinking about graduate school, or are in the middle of the admissions process? If so, you might be thinking about how you will finance your education. Financial aid looks a little bit different for graduate school than it does for your undergraduate education, but there are many excellent […]

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Job & Internship Search Boot Camp

Still looking to nail that job or internship?  What are you waiting for? The summer is almost here! For many people, job hunting can be a painful process so they avoid it. Their focus is on luck and tired old methods that rarely produce a rewarding job. But what if […]

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How Does Gambling Affect Your Business?

Although often not recognized, problem gambling is a significant workforce issue.  The effects of a gambling problem almost always spill over into the workplace and can potentially disrupt the livelihood of your business. The Marion County Health Department Prevention Services is offering free on-site training workshops for employees and supervisors […]

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How to Get the Job You Really Want

When it comes to looking for a job, identifying the type of job you want is the single most important thing you can do. This will make it easier to be effective in your job search while also ensuring that you’re focusing on roles that match your interests and your […]

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A Few Low Cost Tips to Market Your Business

By Chemeketa SBDC Every business owner is busy and has limited time and money for marketing, but it still needs to be done. Here are a handful of low-cost ways to spread the good news about your business. Ask family and friends to help market your business. Educate them on the products and […]

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A Pursuit to Help Vulnerable Communities

UVM senior Ian McHale’s first exposure to lack of public health access was while setting up mobile clinics in remote villages in Peru, where there was no medicine or clean water. The biology and international development major credits that first trip to Peru as a life-changing experience. We talked to […]

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Graduate School Applications: What Do They Include?

While every program will have specific requirements, there are some common elements to grad school applications. When planning to apply to grad school, prepare to meet the following requirements for most programs: Transcripts You’ll need to send in your transcript from DU (and any other institution you’ve attended in the […]

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The Benefits of Resume Review

Constructing a resume can be difficult. Well, scratch that, constructing a resume IS difficult. To articulate your accomplishments and professional identity in a way that is positive, clear, and concise is no small feat. The good news is there are people out there who can help you! Getting your resume reviewed by […]

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Does salary matter? Building a fulfilling career

Life is a matter of choices. Some choices do not require much thought and reflection, while others merit rigorous deliberation. Career is one aspect of life that is replete with difficult choices. Choosing a career is one of the most crucial decisions in life as it can either make or mar personal […]

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Skill Series #3: Written Communication

Why is it important to write well? What does ‘writing well’ mean, anyway? Every day I read resumes, cover letters, personal statements, essays and email and text messages. So do you. Have you ever gotten a text that made no sense? Was the verb or subject missing? Maybe you thought […]

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DU Student Interns with Zayo Group

As winter quarter comes to an end, this is a great time to search for summer internship opportunities. The University of Denver’s Career and Professional Development department awards 8 undergraduate students with a $2,500 award if they land an unpaid internship for the summer. For most students, internships are a chance to […]

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