Leeds has dedicated Career Advisors to help business students in all areas of emphasis. Leeds students can make appointments for help with their resume or cover letter, general career guidance, interview preparation or for assistance in their job or internship search. Please read more below about scheduling an appointment.
Leeds Career Development career advisors are only available to students that are Leeds business majors, not business minors. If you are not a student in the Leeds School please go to Get Help at Career Services to make an appointment with a non-business advisor.
First-Time Appointments (all emphases/class levels) - Career Peers
Leeds Career Peers run all first-time appointments, from first-years to seniors, in Career Development. Career Peers teach the basics of resume and cover letter writing, and provide guidance on searching for jobs and internships using Handshake, our online job board. Career Peers also have many walk-in hours, which are listed below.
First-Year and Sophomores (all emphases/all appointment types) - Sarah Rosenbaum
Sarah meets with all first-year and sophomore students regardless of their area of emphasis to provide more guidance on topics such as internship searching, networking, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing and using Handshake. Sarah can also provide help on the career assignments in the BCOMM and BASE classes.
Accounting and Management – Brooke Lloyd
Brooke meets with junior and senior accounting and management students who have already completed a first-time appointment with a Career Peer. Students should be looking for more specific information pertaining to their area of emphasis in the job/internship search process, in depth career guidance, and/or interview preparation help.
Finance – Denise Sparks and Jessica Baumgarten
Denise and Jessica meet with junior and senior finance students who have already completed a first-time appointment with a Career Peer. Students should be looking for more specific information pertaining to their area of emphasis in the job/internship search process, in depth career guidance, and/or interview preparation help.
Denise and Jessica work as a team for Finance. Students can see either advisor, based on their schedule and availability.
Marketing – Joan Fishburn
Joan meets with junior and senior marketing students who have already completed a first-time appointment with a Career Peer. Students should be looking for more specific information pertaining to their area of emphasis in the job/internship search process, in depth career guidance, and/or interview preparation help.
PMP Resume Reviews – Career Peers
All applicants to the Professional Mentorship Program need to have a resume review prior to being matched with a mentor. PMP resume reviews are done by the Career Peers either by appointment or during walk-in hours.
Business of Sports – Jessica Baumgarten
Jessica meets with all CU or non-CU students interested in learning more about the Business of Sports (BOS) Program or students that are BOS alumni. She can help with application information and program knowledge. She can also assist BOS alumni with their resume/cover letter, interview prep and coaching, networking skills, and job/internship search strategies. To make an appointment for this, make sure to select the "Business of Sports (BoS) - Open to Non-Business & Business Students" appointment type.
Fall 2017 Walk-in hours:
If you would like to schedule an appointment for the same day you must call 303.492.1808 or stop by KOBL S210.
If you need to change/cancel an appointment that is less than 24 hours from your scheduled appointment time, please call our front desk at 303.492.1808.
Leeds students can view the walk-in times for each career advisor on the online appointments page. Appointments can be made online here.
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