On average, it takes six to nine months to land a job or internship post-graduation. If you're graduating in December or May or searching for a summer internship, come take advantage of the Technology Career Fair Oct. 3–4.
From paid research studies to part-time employment, there are many opportunities to work at CU Boulder. Aside from earning money, working on campus is a great way to meet new people and gain experience.
Students from across campus, whether they're studying English or aerospace, will have the chance next fall to learn about the vast career opportunities offered by Ball Corporation, a Fortune 300 company based in Broomfield.
Campus has joined the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, or NCFDD, a national training and mentoring community that provides professional development benefits to faculty, postdocs and graduate students.