The Case for Networking: CC Alumni Connect, Which Leads to a Dream Job

The Case for Networking: CC Alumni Connect, Which Leads to a Dream Job A Networking Story from Holly Moynahan (‘15) and Scott Jarrell (‘99)   As a student at CC, you’re exposed to some pretty interesting individuals that all share a similar background: like you, they’re students of Colorado College. They’re ambitious, creative, intelligent, adventurous,…

Due 5/10: NORAD Policy and International Politics Internship

NORAD Policy and International Politics Internship NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) is now accepting applications for a CC-exclusive summer internship providing hands-on experience in international politics and policy advising. The Career Center will provide a $2,500 stipend to the selected candidate. The nine-week NORAD internship will begin on June 5, 2019. Applications are due…

Communications & Projects Coordinator

Communications & Projects Coordinator, United States Olympic Committee Summary Provide project-based support to the Chief of Sport Performance & NGB Services, including communications and event coordination. Provide professional and executive-level administrative support to the Chief. Duties & Responsibilities Communications & project coordination (60%) Work cross-departmentally to coordinate high-level special projects as assigned by the Chief,…

Content Marketing Writer

Content Marketing Writer for BombBomb BombBomb makes it easy to use simple videos to build relationships through email, text and social media. Our team is scrappy and intelligent. Competitive and collaborative. Fun-loving and tenacious. We’re close-knit and love adding new talent to the mix. Rehumanizing the planet can’t be done without EXCELLENT people and we want to add you to our already amazing team! Who we’re looking for… As the Content Marketing Writer, you…

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…

2019 Summer Internship Funding Awards

Funding is now on a waiting list. Feel free to submit your application but there is no guarantee if more awards will be granted. Submit your application TODAY. What are the Summer Internship Funding Awards? The Summer Internship Funding Awards program allows students to apply for $2,500 grants to subsidize unpaid and underpaid summer internship opportunities.…

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…

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…

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…

#hired and #gradschoolbound: Let us celebrate you!

Let us celebrate you! It’s almost time for the 2019 #hired and #gradschoolbound campaigns. We want to celebrate you and your amazing summer internship, post-grad position, or grad school acceptance. Want to be featured? Shoot us an email or a Facebook message letting us know. (Psst…you can nominate friends, too!) Working hard, but not hired yet? Don’t panic – be…

Due 4/19: Summer of Code 2019

Learn to code this summer with the Liberal Arts for Silicon Valley Summer of Code program, designed to give students in the liberal arts the technological tools to make a difference. Liberal Arts in Silicon Valley – Summer 2019 – San Francisco, CA Whether you’ve always wanted to use technology to drive change or you’re simply curious about…

Due Friday: Rising Senior Symposium Registrations

Prepare Yourself for Life After CC at the 4th Annual Rising Senior Symposium// May 16-17, 2019 Register Now! CALLING ALL JUNIORS: Registration is now open for the Rising Senior Symposium, which is a two-day event immediately following Block 8 that is designed to help you on your own path to #adulting. This event is free and includes catered meals,…

4/9: Working Back from the Gravestone (Stratton Series with Inventor Michael White ’02)

Working Back from the Gravestone with Inventor Michael White ’02 Don’t know what you want to do with your life? Great. Neither does Stratton Series speaker and inventor Michael White (but he’s “successful” by many accounts). While it’s okay to have no idea, there are a few things we can do right now that can…

Due 4/17: Quad Innovation Partnership Summer Intensive

Turn your ideas into action, expand your networks, develop your professional experience, solve pressing community problems, and create impact in the city you live in through the Quad Innovation Partnership’s four-week signature immersion program. This paid, action-oriented, full-time experience will allow you to dive deeply into a business or community problem, create tangible results and,…

4/8: Free Professional Headshots

Join the Career Center every Third Monday of the semester for an opportunity to get a professional portrait taken by the one and only Zak Kroger! This is your chance to get a photograph of yourself to use on your LinkedIn profile and other professional platforms. Let us know you’re coming on Handshake! Where? The Morreale…

4/4: A CC Student’s Guide to Negotiating Total Compensation

A CC Student’s Guide to Negotiating Total Compensation With Executive-in-Residence Kyle Samuel ‘92 Many students know that they should negotiate their salary before accepting a job. But did you know that you can also negotiate your benefits? Join Executive-in Residence Kyle Samuel ’92, President of M&T Insurance Agency and Senior Vice President of M&T Bank,…

4/2: Leverage Your Social Media & Live Your Best Life (Stratton Series with Phil Pallen)

Leverage Your Social Media & Live Your Best Life As part of the 2018-2019 Stratton series, meet brand strategist, social media expert, and keynote speaker Phil Pallen! Social media doesn’t have to be scary. Come learn how to leverage this powerful tool to build relationships and attract opportunities. In this virtual session, branding expert Phil…