Graduate student career advising is available to currently enrolled graduate students at CU Boulder to discuss career planning and the job and internship search process. For questions about the graduate admissions process, please contact Graduate Admissions or the faculty or staff of the graduate program to which you plan to apply.

Graduate Students

Office Hours
Starting June 13, Master’s and PhD students can attend virtual office hours with Cat Diebel-Wilson. No appointment is necessary for these first-come, first-served drop-ins, suitable for brief questions. Available on Thursdays from 3-4 p.m. via Zoom.

Career Advising Appointments
Master’s and PhD students can make 30- or 60-minute one-on-one advising appointments with Cat Diebel-Wilson or any of our career development advisors. These appointments can offer support for long-term career planning including career and self exploration activities, networking and application strategy, interview preparation and salary negotiation, and application material review and tailoring advice. To make an appointment with a career advisor, contact the Career Services front desk via LiveChat or by phone at 303-492-6541 during business hours.

a photo of Cat Diebel-Wilson

Cat Diebel-Wilson

Graduate Student Program Manager
Comprehensive Career Team
Cat is the program director and career advisor for CU’s graduate student population. She develops and delivers comprehensive career programming as well as meeting with master’s and PhD students one-on-one for career advising and guidance. Cat holds an MA from the University of Kansas and a BA from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and spent some years as a PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia before leaving ABD,...