Month: February 2020

2019 Summer Internship Award Program

The Summer Internship Award Program through the Career & Professional Development Center is now live and ready for applicants. The Summer Internship Award Program is designed to increase the ability for students to participate in internship opportunities that are unpaid. Internships may be on or off the DU campus. The deadline […]

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Milestone 1: Map Your Path

There are many ways to trace the path of your career journey. One such way is to create a resume or CV to serve as a map depicting where you’ve been, and also provide ideas about where you’re going. Your resume or CV is your career development foundation. Starting early […]

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The Ideation Challenge and YOU!

Take advantage of an amazing opportunity to gain practical experience in your field while simultaneously working with incredible companies and employers. Apply for Arrow Electronics Ideation Challenge! This innovative experience will give you the opportunity to work in small teams with students from all majors across campus to collaborate together to […]

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Are You Underpaid? 7 Signs You May Be

52% of working Americans feel they are underpaid. This, according to a recent Gallup Poll. Naturally, there are those that permanently believe they are underpaid, even though their salaries are in line with their skills and positions elsewhere. But, there are also people who are genuinely underpaid, and they should know […]

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Pay Equity – Don’t Settle for Less

During the most recent election cycle, pay equity was a hot topic. It should be. In September 2016, the National Committee on Pay Equity reported that based on 2015 U. S. Census data, women currently make 79.6% of what their male counterparts earn. Women’s median earnings were $40,742 while men’s […]

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Ready, Set, Start Your Business

Are you ready to start your business? Not sure if you have everything in order or you don’t know what you don’t know? Begin your business the right way. This course covers the essentials needed to start a small business. Learn about: business structure business registration licensing taxes miscellaneous rules […]

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How to Avoid the Most Common Management Mistakes at Work

Photo: Steven Depolo/Flickr Creative Commons Management consultant Chris Holmberg of San Francisco was recently interviewed by First Round Review on the most dangerous leadership pitfalls. Holmberg shares a 15-minute practice on how to avoid common management mistakes by focusing on “the it, the we, and the I.” Here’s an excerpt from the First Round Review article: […]

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