Find internship and online job postings from local and worldwide employers specifically seeking CU Boulder talent. Learn about upcoming events and opportunities to meet with organizations. Receive targeted email about postings and opportunities or upcoming events. Log in to connect with more than 12,000 organizations.
Find more industry-specific sites with our Career Planning Guides.
Research employers and use their websites to learn about opportunities. Look for sections titled “ careers ,” “work for us” or “jobs.” Start with WetFeet: comprehensive information on companies and insider guides on industries and career topics. Free to CU-Boulder students; just log in with your colorado.edu email.
Vault is one of the best sources for career and internship rankings, reviews, advice and more! Fortune calls Vault “The best place on the web to prepare for a job search.” Free for CU Boulder students and alumni.
Professional associations are great for industry information, networking and job postings. weddles.com/associations is a great place to start.
Social media is a great tool for both searching and networking. More employers are using social media to find qualified candidates. LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook can all be used to enhance your network and find opportunities. Learn more about your online presence and how to leverage it.
Career Services hosts Career and Internship Fairs every year, connecting employers with CU-Boulder talent. Our fairs bring employers from many different industries including government, nonprofit, local, startup and worldwide operations. These organizations want to meet CU-Boulder students and alumni who are interested in internships, jobs or simply learning more about their companies.
80 percent of jobs are found through networking! Join groups and find networking websites to get active and expand your network. Learn more about Networking and Informational Interviewing.
Reneging on a Job Offer or Skipping an Interview (No-Show) Policy
Be sure to read our policies before you reneg on a job offer or change your mind on a scheduled interview. Need advice? Make an appointment with one of our career counselors.