Informational interviews are often informal, and can help you learn about certain industries and the steps you need to take to get into a career. They also allow you to practice talking with professionals and build your network. Learn more.
Looking for internships or opportunities to gain professional experience this fall? Want to build your resume or explore your interests? Apply by Oct. 5 to participate in Upkey's Virtual Internship Program.
An interview is your chance to highlight your experiences, personality and potential. Whether your interview is in-person or happening virtually, use this checklist to help you prepare and feel confident.
Online registration is now open for the Infrastructure and Sustainability Mentor Program. The program provides CU Boulder staff an opportunity for both professional and personal development through a variety of self-directed activities as mentor team participants.
Over 100 students applied for short-term paid projects at companies from all sectors at CU Boulder's Micro-Internship Job Fair—a just-in-time opportunity for students and companies left in the lurch by COVID-19.
Many of the most in-demand skills right now are not technical skills. Employers are looking for candidates with interpersonal skills such creativity, adaptability, communication and problem solving. Here's how to start developing these skills.