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4 qualities of being a professional

Working in the professional world can be quite different from our experiences on campus. As you prepare for interviews and opportunities after graduation, it can be helpful to have an idea of some professional characteristics that future employers may be expecting. Here are some tips for developing these qualities. 1...

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Why your major may not equal your career

How to explore majors Are you still deciding on a major? Or considering switching majors? Here are a few ways to find the program that’s right for you. Career assessments can help narrow down career interests that best match your personality. Discover which assessment is the right one for you...

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How to build your online presence

When you’re searching for an internship or job, making a good first impression is important. A majority of employers report that they check social media when screening candidates. Employers most likely start with LinkedIn, but they may expand to other sites like Twitter and Instagram. With this, it’s more important...

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How getting involved can prepare you for the future

Getting involved is a great way to meet others and feel more at home on campus. But did you know that getting involved can also help you prepare for life after graduation? Whether it’s through a student group, volunteering or having a part-time job, getting involved can enhance your college...

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Four stages of preparing for an engineering career

Every engineering student will have a different experience in their career exploration during their time at CU Boulder. We know it can be tough to navigate, so we've prepared some guidelines to help you along the way. Step One: Get Started. Create a profile in Handshake. Meet with a career...