Block 8: “From Intern to WINtern” Workshop Series

Getting ready for your summer internship experience? Want to put your best foot forward? The Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” Workshop Series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. Please sign up for each individual…

Seniors: Take the Senior Survey!

Are you a senior? Have you figured out what you’re doing after graduation? Have no idea? Either way, let us know! Whether you’re working, heading to grad school, traveling, volunteering, joining them military, or combining any number of incredible opportunities, we want to know what you’re up to after you leave us in May. Answer the…

5/7: Navigating Workplace Relationships

Throughout Block 8, the Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” workshop series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. Navigating Workplace Relationships    From Intern to WINtern: Navigating Workplace Relationships Tuesday, May 7, 3:30pm – 5:00…

5/6: First Impressions & Lasting Impressions

Throughout Block 8, the Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” workshop series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. First Impressions & Lasting Impressions    From Intern to WINtern: First Impressions & Lasting Impressions Monday, May…

5/6: Navigating Workplace Harassment

Throughout Block 8, the Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” workshop series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. Navigating Workplace Harassment    From Intern to WINtern: Navigating Workplace Harassment Monday, May 6, 12:15pm – 1:30…

5/3: Workplace Technology

Throughout Block 8, the Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” workshop series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. Workplace Technology   From Intern to WINtern: Workplace Technology Friday, May 3, 1:00 – 2:30 pm Tutt…

5/1: Understanding Workplace Norms

Throughout Block 8, the Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” workshop series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. Understanding Workplace Norms   From Intern to WINtern: Understanding Workplace Norms Wednesday, May 1, 3:30 – 4:30…

4/29: Managing Time and Prioritizing

Throughout Block 8, the Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” workshop series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. Managing Time and Prioritizing   From Intern to WINtern: Managing Time and Prioritizing Monday, April 29, 4:00…

4/25: Personal and Work Values & Happiness

Throughout Block 8, the Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” workshop series to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. Personal and Work Values & Happiness   From Intern to WINtern: Personal and Work Values & Happiness…

3 Rules for Writing Important Work Emails

by Derek Loosvelt | April 16, 2019 Re-posted from VAULT All work emails are not created equally. Some you dash off in all lower case w/o a care if you abbreviate words or mistakenly include “their” for “there” or “it’s” for “its.” While others you need to take your time to write, capitalizing the first letter of…

Jobs and Internships in museums, interpretation, and preservation

MuseWeekly, from The University of Delaware Museum Studies Program, often shares some great job and internship postings. Check out some recently posted opportunities. Want to subscribe yourself? PAID Internships: The Mariners Museumis seeking applications for their Education Internship. Newport News, VA The Arts and Culture Department in Irving, TX is seeking applications for their Museum…

4/22:  for international students – Working in the U.S.:  An International Student & Alumni Panel

International Students: Are you interested in working in the U.S.?   Have you wondered how international students have navigated the job search process and workplace culture in the U.S.?  This is your opportunity to hear first-hand from a group of international students and alumni! Event:  Working in the U.S.:  An International Student & Alumni Panel Date: …

Trump and the Press: It’s Worse Than We Think

Who: Stuart Stevens, the chief political strategist for Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign, and current consultant to Bill Weld. What: A talk titled “Trump and the Press: It’s Worse Than We Think” When: 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 10 Where: Cornerstone Screening Room, Colorado College. Stevens will join Gazette editor Vince Bzdek for a conversation about the…

Due 4/19: National Speech & Debate Association Fellowship

The National Speech & Debate Association’s Fellows Program aims to give emerging nonprofit and community leaders entry level experience in social change work involving youth, key nonprofit management and leadership skills, and a rewarding start to their careers. The Colorado College NSDA fellowship is a one year program in Des Moines, aligned with the school…

Ace the Case: Part II; Profitability and the Brain Teaser

Interested in consulting? Want to develop your strategic problem solving skills? Want to do both (while eating pizza?) Join us at the Career Center for our second workshop in the Case Interviewing Series. You’ll learn the Profitability Framework, Brainteaser strategies and best practices and resources for this specific interviewing style. This workshop (and series) is…

Block Break 7: “From Intern to WINtern” Workshop Series

  Spending time on campus this Block Break? The Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” Workshop Series during Block Break 7 to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. All sessions will take place in the Tutt…

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Optimotive is hiring (100% CC ran company)

Optimotive is a digital marketing agency which specializes in helping clients launch new brands and websites. We’ll be adding to our team this year and we’re thinking that a recent or (soon-to-be recent) CC grad would be a great fit. I co-founded Optimotive with another CC alum, Andrew Ishimaru, and we work with several other CC folks…

One-on-One Conversations with Marc St. John

  Interested in a career in finance, investing, investor relations, or private equity? Want to meet a member of the Colorado College Board of Trustees? Sign up for a one-on-one conversation with Marc St. John! Where? Tutt Alumni House (1205 N. Cascade Ave.) When? Tuesday, April 9 – 20-minute conversations between 1:30 – 3:00pm Sign…

National Renewable Energy Lab internship

A student internship is available in the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) Technology Transfer Office (TTO). NREL is the nation’s premier laboratory for research, development and deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. We have an immediate opening for an internship in our Golden, Colorado office. This student intern is part of a TTO…

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4/19: City Year deadline

Attention 2019 graduates: City Year, an education-focused nonprofit organization in 29 cities across the US, is currently hiring all majors to serve as AmeriCorps members for the 2019-2020 school year. Their next application deadline is coming up on April 19th!  The City Year AmeriCorps member role is complex and challenging, as AmeriCorps members serve full-time in high-need…

Due 4/12: Summer Economic Development Intern, Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC

The Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC is the largest economic development, chamber of commerce and business advocacy organization in southern Colorado. We work with industry leaders, educational institutions, military personnel, government and community agencies and a wide array of community professionals dedicated to developing economic prosperity for our region. Job Description: Under the general direction of…

Due 4/15: Join the TEDxMileHigh team!

We don’t love job descriptions at TEDxMileHigh. Truth be told, we don’t even like calling them jobs. That said, we need a few people to join the team to accelerate big ideas to create big impact — so call it what you will. We have some extraordinary opportunities for experienced, dependable, technical, and creative marketing…