Month: February 2020

Get Help With the Do’s and Don’ts of Pioneer Careers

You’ve seen the announcements and the posts about our exciting new platform for Pioneer Careers.  Still need some help in learning how to use it? We’ve created 4 short videos to help you maximize the useful tools in Pioneer Careers: Searching for Jobs and Internships Events Scheduling Appointments Online Research Tools (DU Alumni […]

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Key Trends for 2018: Innovation in Educational Technology

For several years now, innovations in educational technologies (edtech) have impacted how business professionals want to learn. Edtechs such as virtual classrooms, mobile devices, digital readers, on-demand video, online gaming, and cloud-based LMSs have fed a market that has been, and continues to be hungry for innovation. Traditionally, most investments […]

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Today is the birthday of Frank Herbert

Franklin Patrick Herbert, Jr. was an American science fiction writer best known for the novel Dune and its five sequels. Though he became famous for his long novels, he was also a newspaper journalist, photographer, short story writer, book reviewer, ecological consultant and lecturer. Wikipedia     Born: 8 October 1920, Tacoma, Washington, […]

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Career Center Assistant Director: Patty Hickman

DU Career Services is pleased to announce that Patricia (Patty) Hickman was recently hired as assistant director at the University Career Center.  She provides career development for all graduate students, except those in the Daniels College of Business, Sturm College of Law and Josef Korbel School of International Studies who are served by their respective […]

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Enhance Your Resume and Make It Shine

We are just a little less than a month away from the annual Fall Resume Review Days on the Driscoll Bridge. This year the event will be held from 12pm-4pm on the Bridge on October 4th. Employers and Career & Professional Development staff will be available to review your resumes, CV’s, and […]

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How to Land a Job in Tech

One of the most exciting industries around, the tech industry has built its reputation on growth and innovation. This is great news for recent grads who are passionate about technology and interested in contributing to its development. To find out more about tech industry opportunities, we asked the team at […]

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Current Classes and Events

November 11/2 Start Up Orientation- So, You Want to Start a Business?, No Cost (details) 11/20 Access to Capital, $129 (details) 11/21 Ready, Set, Start Your Business, $49 (details) December 12/6 Access to Capital, $129 (details) 12/7 Start Up Orientation- So, You Want to Start a Business?, No Cost (details) 12/8 and 12/9 […]

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Today is the birthday of Frank Herbert

Franklin Patrick Herbert, Jr. was an American science fiction writer best known for the novel Dune and its five sequels. Though he became famous for his long novels, he was also a newspaper journalist, photographer, short story writer, book reviewer, ecological consultant and lecturer. Wikipedia     Born: 8 October 1920, Tacoma, Washington, […]

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New Beer School Courses Created to Help Existing Breweries Succeed

Brewery operation requires knowledge of everything from regulatory requirements and intellectual property to financing and accounting. Three years after launching the online Business of Craft Beer Certificate Program, UVM is introducing a series of short courses to meet the growing demand for professional development opportunities for staff in existing breweries. UVM Continuing […]

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