Workshops & Resources
to help you plan your STEM career
The notion that people understand the intricacies of the systems they intend to engage with prior to experiencing them is a bit far-fetched. Undergraduate students need guidance on the GRE and finding research labs. Graduate students need support on salary negotiations and post-doc interviews. Above all, however, individuals who are traditionally under-represented in academic and STEM fields need to see themselves represented.
STEM Routes workshops occur once a month during the Fall and Spring semesters. Each session focuses on a specific aspect of advancing and preparing your STEM career; attend which ever workshops stand out to you! Though only several mentors or guest speakers will present, many of our graduate mentors from a variety of STEM departments at CU are present to engage with you and answer specific questions. (hint: this is a great time to find a grad mentor in your field!)
CV, Resume, & Cover Letter Workshop
Friday 23 April 5–6 p.m.
Put your best foot forward when applying for jobs, internships, and programs! STEM Routes is hosting a workshop that will provide editable examples and the basics of creating, formatting, and tailoring your documents for whatever positions you may be applying for. We will also discuss tips and tricks for getting your application motived by both robots and human recruiters. Learn how to market your skills and experience to advance your STEM career!
Our workshop has already happened! If you missed it, you can explore the workshop resources by clicking below!