Businessman with newspaperThe best way to get a kick start on your career is to be involved. There are dozens of student organizations and programs made just for business- and entrepreneurship-minded students, many of which can connect you to employers and projects. Check out these resources that can help you get involved on campus!

  • Entrepreneurs in Residence
    The Entrepreneurs in Residence (EiR) Program brings experienced entrepreneurs from beyond the United States to the CU Boulder campus and community. 
  • CU GOLD Leadership Program
    CU GOLD (Gaining Opportunities through Leadership Development) provides free leadership development opportunities to all CU students. 
  • Leeds Student Organizations
    There are more than 25 undergraduate and graduate student organizations to get involved with! From the CU Investment Club to Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity, these groups help prepare you for a career in business and entrepreneurship.