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Graduate School Exploration Fellowship (GSEF)

The Graduate School Exploration Fellowship (GSEF) funds fellowships that will provide approximately 280 students at ACM colleges with a robust set of mentoring, career development, and experiential research opportunities beginning in the fall of their junior year. What Does the GSEF Program Include? On-campus structured mentoring opportunities with faculty and staff at the students’ home institutions during…

DISCOVER UCHICAGO October 26-28th, 2017

Interested in graduate school? The University of Chicago is offering talented individuals from traditionally underrepresented groups an expenses-paid opportunity to explore graduate education in the arts and sciences and select professional fields. Join us for a weekend of workshops, informal socials, and discussions about research with world-renowned faculty and current graduate students. Get the inside…

Career Forums for Japanese Speakers

  Students with some degree of both Japanese and English language abilities are invited to come speak and interview with hiring companies for full-time and internship positions at this summer and fall’s Career Forums. Positions are located worldwide. We encourage you to explore future options and make connections even if you have a few years…

Speed Mentoring with Industry Leaders in COS

Colorado Springs Business Journal (CSBJ) Presents Captains of Industry: Speed Mentoring April 13th, 2017, 7:30-10 a.m. The Mining Exchange Hotel Industry leaders in Colorado Springs will be present to mentor you. This includes: Mayor John Suthers Tom Neppl (manufacturing) Ed Barron from Braxton and Dr. Jim Solti from USAFA (engineering) Blackstone Staffing Rosemary Lytle (nonprofits) Rodney Gullotte…

Quad Innovation Partnership Information Session

Quad Innovation Partnership: Learn By Doing Thursday, March 30  –  4 p.m.  –  Career Center Join us to learn more about the Quad Innovation Program and opportunities they have for students. What does the QIP do? From the CC Bulletin, December 2016: The transition from college into the workplace can be difficult, and the QIP hopes…

AAB Student Leadership Scholarship

The Colorado College Alumni Association Board (AAB) has a scholarship program that helps student leaders reduce their loan debt. Sophomore and Junior students that are eligible to receive financial aid can apply. Learn more about the scholarship  I  Visit the Alumni Association website Applications are due by Monday, March 13 at 5 p.m.   Even if…

Paid Summer Internship (Property Management/Hospitality Operations) at Griffis Residential

Griffis Residential is currently seeking a talented team member to join our property management teams. Griffis Residential owns and manages a distinct portfolio of attainable high-quality apartment communities in premier locations. Our motto is simple: It’s about you. Impeccable service is the hallmark of our team and delivering the highest quality guest experience is our…

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3/21 Virtual Diversity Career Fair

Over 20 employers, offering both summer internships and post-graduate opportunities, will participate in a Virtual Career Fair on March 21.  Get the chance to talk to employers without having to travel!  For more information, visit the Career Eco site.    

2/15 Deadline: Career Peer Intern with the Career Center

Career Peer Interns operate individually and as part of a team assisting the Career Center Staff in providing comprehensive career services to students and alumni. This position acts as student liaison in the promotion and marketing of the Career Center and its mission on campus. Responsibilities range from answering phones to assisting students and demonstrating…

Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP)

Thinking about applying to The Public Interest Fellowship Program?

PIFP applications are due on February 1–Week 2 of Block 5. What you can do now: Before you leave for Winter Break (or during it), request your letters of recommendation for PIFP. Over break, take a look at what else you’ll need to apply to PIFP: PIFP Application Checklist Do your homework: Take a look…

Spotlight on Half Block: Multiracial Activist Institute

Welcome to our Spotlight on Half Block series! Each week leading up to Dynamic Half Block in January, we’re featuring one of 2017’s non-credit offerings here on our blog. Registration for all non-credit offerings is now open on Summit. Spotlight on Multiracial Activist Institute Description The on-campus Multiracial Activism Institute will feature Rosa Clemente, an independent…

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Opportunities with the High Mountain Institute

HMI in Leadville, CO The High Mountain Institute in Leadville, Colorado, is an educational non-profit that combines academics with the natural world. They are currently accepting applicants to their Professional Apprentice Program and their Gap Semesters. HMI Apprentice Program: A Professional Residency in traditional and outdoor education for recent college graduates. Looking for a teaching experience…

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Why Apply to the Public Interest Fellowship Program?

Here’s what former PIFP fellows have said: “I could not have asked for a better way to get hands on experience working for a non-profit…. I especially enjoyed the mentoring aspect of PIFP.” “I’ve volunteered for many non-profits before, but this fellowship was my first experience feeling welcome, helpful, and needed in a non-profit.” “I…

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11/15 Employment for People with Disabilities Virtual Career Fair

46 employers from around the US will participate in a virtual career fair for people with disabilities.  Registration is free for students and college alumni.  For more information, check out the Bender Virtual Career Fair: Employment for People with Disabilities    

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Humanity in Action Fellowship 2017

Humanity in Action – Amazing program! The objective of the Humanity in Action Fellowship programs is to facilitate a collective exploration of the social and political roots of discrimination, as well as to provide a forum where potential solutions to some of today’s most challenging issues can be considered and discussed. The programs are also intended…

SheSays Denver Conference

Innovation at CC wants to bring to your attention a special half-day conference occurring in Denver the afternoon of Oct. 19th:  SheSays Denver, a trade organization whose goal is to support and inspire women in digital, technology, media, and startups, is hosting its first ever half-day conference on October 19th, 2016. Registration is open to…

10/25: Princeton in Asia Information Session

When: Tuesday, October 25th at 12:15pm Where: Palmer 223 RSVP to the Career Center at careercenter@coloradocollege.edu. Lunch provided. Interested in teaching on the coast of Thailand, studying environmental conservation in the foothills of the Himalayas, reporting for a leading newspaper in Myanmar, or working on local economic development in Mongolia? Then step out of the…

Alumni and Students of Color Networking Reception

Friday, October 14, 4-7 p.m. McHugh Commons Heavy hors d’oeuvres to be served Open to all students. Tickets are typically $25 a person, but thanks to the sponsorship of Student Life and The Butler Center, up to 40 students will be admitted to this event with no charge! If you are interested in attending, please email Brett Gray no…

Community Engaged Scholars Program

Join the new Community Engaged Scholars program! The Collaborative for Community Engagement is happy to announce that we are starting a new program this year – the Community Engaged Scholars! The mission of this program is to develop and support commitment to and capacity for sustained, informed, and deliberate community engagement. By enrolling in the program,…

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9/27 How to Market Your Athletic Experience to Employers

Tuesday, September 27, 12-1pm, Mahaney Classroom, El Pomar Building Do you want to learn how to stand out in interviews and gain a competitive edge? Employers in all career fields are very interested in hiring student athletes for summer internships and post-graduate opportunities because of the skills you use every day to juggle academics, athletics,…

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10/19 Diversity Virtual Career Fair

This is a great opportunity to learn more about full-time and internship positions with companies from around the US.  Be sure to look at the website ahead of time to see which employers are participating.

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9/23 Peace Corps: Diversity Spotlight

Diversity Spotlight: Hispanic Heritage Month In furthering Peace Corps’ second goal, and through interactions within hundreds of communities abroad, volunteers represent the rich diversity of America every single day. Join us for this special diversity event in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month to learn what this has meant to returned volunteers. Register now for this…

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American Political Science Association – 2 positions open

American Political Science Association is looking for 2 positions: Program Associate and a Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator. Founded in 1903, the American Political Science Association is the leading professional organization for the study of political science and serves more than 13,000 members in more than 80 countries. With a range of programs and services for…

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5/22 Deadline for Conference Scholarships Available for LGBTQ Students

Apply by May 22 to attend one of four fall career conferences (Business, Engineering, Marketing, or Tech) hosted by Out for Undergrad.  Accepted students receive full travel and hotel scholarships; all students have to pay is a $40 conference registration fee.  For more information, visit Out for Undergrad.