How to Market Your Skills and Boost Your Employability

Andrea Culp, Career Center, presents:“How to Market Your Skills and Boost Your Employability” Tuesday, August 10, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) What are the top skills that employers look for in candidates? How can you build and enhance these skills? Most importantly, how do you share these skills with potential employers? Join us to learn how! This…

Competitive Fellowships Information Session

Lisa Schwartz, Student Opportunities and Advising Hub, presents:“Competitive Fellowships” Tuesday, August 3, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Come and learn an broad overview of grants for CC students, opportunities for undergraduates, short-term post-grad fellowships, and graduate school awards — to find opportunities that fit your interests and plans. This workshop is part of the 2021 Summer Student Collaborative Research…

Showcasing Your Research – How to Create an Effective Poster

Dr. Steve Getty, Director Quantitative Reasoning, presents:“Showcasing Your Research – How to Create an Effective Poster” Tuesday, July 27, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) A key outcome of the SCoRe program is a poster showcasing your hard work during parents’ weekend. But what are the key steps in making an effective research poster? This session will help…

Writing Effective Abstracts of Your Research

Dr. Traci Freeman, Director Colket Center, presents:“Writing Effective Abstracts of Your Research” Tuesday, July 20, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Writing an abstract for a research project is a complicated rhetorical task that masquerades as a simple one. How do you transform a lengthy written project or weeks of research into a brief and intelligible synopsis of…

Applying for Fellowships, Scholarships, Grants, & Grad School

 Roy Jo Sartin, Writing Center Specialist, presents:“Applying for Fellowships, Scholarships, Grants, & Grad School” Tuesday, July 13, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Join presenter Roy Jo Sartin, who in the last year helped CC students and alums garner more than half a million dollars in grant and post-graduate funding, to learn the real-world tips and tricks of getting…

Preparing for Graduate and Professional School Exams

Jane Byrnes, Student Opportunities and Advising Hub; Heather Kelley, Career Center; Gretchen Wardell, Career Center; Brianna Walls, Career Center, present:“Preparing for Graduate and Professional School Exams” Tuesday, July 6, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Entrance exams are inevitable. Learn about the exams, when they’re required, strategies about timing and studying, and more! This workshop is part of…

Budgeting

Shannon Amundson, Director Financial Aid, presents:“Budgeting” Tuesday, June 29, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) We will go over actual expenses and income and use a spreadsheet to go over wants and needs and what is possible for you. This is intended to help you not just this summer, but beyond. Come with questions, it is way better…

Student Seed Grant Information Session

Kate Caroll, Creativity and Innovation, presents:“Student Seed Grant” Tuesday, June 22, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Come and learn about Student Seed Innovation Grants (SSIG) of $3,000 – $8,000 that empower students to investigate burning questions and engage in solutions to real-world problems. All enrolled Colorado College students in good standing are eligible to apply. College seniors…

Difficult Conversations with Supervisors

Ellen Steinlein, Human Resources, presents:“Difficult Conversations with Supervisors” Tuesday, June 15, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Have you ever wondered what Human Resources does within a company? Do you know how to have difficult conversations with your supervisor? How do you handle conflict at work? Come and meet Colorado College’s HR department and learn first-hand how to clearly…

Managing Stress and Maintaining Wellness

Dr. Heather Horton, Director Wellness Center, presents: “Managing Stress and Maintaining Wellness”June 8, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Stress is a part of life. Navigating the new skills and strategies for researching online and working in a distance format may add to that stress. In this SCoRe session, we’ll dig into some strategies and skills that can…

2021 SCoRe Summer Workshops

2021 Summer Student Collaborative Research (SCoRe) workshops offer the opportunity for you to engage with other CC students participating in summer experiences both on and off campus. All Faculty, Staff, and Students are welcome! Please check out the full schedule and stay up to date on changes on the Workshop Site. RSVP for all events…

Paid Communications Internship

Closes: 5/27/2021 4:00 PM Mountain The City of Colorado Springs is seeking an intern for the Communications Department.Normal work week is Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (with some weekend hours). Hours will be flexible and approximately 15-20 hours per week. Essential Job Functions: Write press releases Assist with website and social media Assist with writing, producing,…

The Quad is hiring for summer 5 week program

The Quad Innovation Alliance is a joint initiative between Colorado College, Pikes Peak Community College, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and supported by the US Air Force Academy. Students participate in problem-based consulting projects for various organizations and companies. Each project team is comprised of 4-7 interdisciplinary students representing at least 3 of the Quad’s partner institutions. Students are given meaningful…

Amy’s Kitchen – Internships

WE’RE PASSIONATE ABOUT FOOD, FUN AND FAMILY. Culinary InternProduction/ManufacturingSummer is right around the corner and what better way to enjoy it than to intern with Amy’s Kitchen as the Culinary Intern! The ideal candidate will be in their Junior or Senior year, have strong communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft tools. Interns are paid…

Water and Wildlife Internship, The Nature Conservancy CO

The Charlie Blumenstein Stewardship Assistant position is a summer water and wildlife conservation internship. In partnership with The Nature Conservancy of Colorado, Colorado College has the privilege of providing one intern per summer the opportunity to experience conservation first-hand at Carpenter Ranch in Hayden, CO (near Steamboat, CO). We are excited to say that the…

CCE is hiring for Post Grad Temp Role

CIVIC LEADERSHIP SUMMER COORDINATORSupervisor: Director, Collaborative for Community Engagement             Division:  Academic Administration**40 hours/week, June 1, 2021, – September 30, 2021 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION: Coordinate and implement active CCE student-facing work over the summer months; prepare and plan CCE student programs that enhance civic leadership skills for the 2021-2022 academic year; assess and develop CCE student programs.…

Looking for a Summer Mentorship Program?

Founded by the Career Center and Alumni Relations, The Summer Mentoring Program pairs successful alumni mentors with current students and recent graduates to support their professional development. Together, alumni and students have the opportunity to network, learn and refine skills. If you are interested in signing up for this Summer Mentoring Program complete the Mentee…

Hiring: New Student Orientation Interns

See the full details of the Summer Internship in Handshake: #4552783 Outdoor Education is looking to hire full time or Part Time NSO Summer Interns to assist in planning and implementation of Fall NSO trips, help lead Summer Session day trips, work at the gearhouse and indoor climbing wall. It is preferred to hire full…

Summer Internships at the FAC Museum

The FAC Museum is currently hiring multiple Mellon Museum Summer Interns to support collections projects at the museum. All students, regardless of field of study, are encouraged to apply.  View the full job description on Handshake The FAC Museum will accept applications through Sunday, March 28th.  If you have any questions, contact Alie Ehrensaft at…

Sorella Film Summer Intern

As an intern, you will mainly assist in editing Griffis Residential property videos to be produced on a timely manner. Other work may include assisting on shoots, organizing footage, re-editing e-mail marketing videos, and researching and producing social media ads for the equestrian distributer Corro. Location: Denver, CO Video/editor assistant for Sorella FilmRequirements: Few years…

ArtTable Fellowship 2021

ArtTable Fellowship DEADLINE: MARCH 21, 2021 ArtTable Fellowship Highlights:● Professional career development● Work with established leaders in museums and other cultural organizations● One-on-one mentoring● Access to ArtTable’s dynamic professional network● Five – Eight week commitment between May and August 2021● 3 fellowships specifically open to women of Native American / Indigenous descent● $4,000 stipend Since…

Fine Arts Center Theatre School Summer Internship

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre Company’s robust and comprehensive theatre school offers an internship program which provides a rich and challenging experience to a Colorado College student who is interested in theatre, education and management. This internship will be tailored to suit the skills and experiences of the selected candidate. Full details can…

Denver Publishing Institute Information Session

Building a Career in Publishing… THE 46th ANNUAL PUBLISHING INSTITUTEUniversity of DenverJuly 11—August 6, 2021 Margaret Shaheen, Program Coordinator at the Denver Publishing Institute, will host a virtual, informational webinar to discuss the kinds of opportunities the publishing industry affords and the training the Denver Publishing Institute offers. Join us Wednesday, February 17th at 12:30pm…

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On-Campus Jobs Available

Have you been watching all of the great on-campus, student employment jobs being posted? Spring and Summer opportunities! Check these out, and look for others in Handshake #4328834 Communication Web Intern, Career CenterThis intern will work primarily in a web maintenance and design capacity. In consultation with Career Center Team responsible for maintaining Career Center…

PIFP Yearlong – Summer Fellowships Posted

The Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP) partners with nonprofit organizations and social enterprises in the Colorado Springs and Denver areas to provide summer ($4,500 in pay) and year-long ($31,500 in pay) fellowships for Colorado College students.  We are looking for energetic candidates who are dedicated to systemic social change.  In these fellowships, you will gain…

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Summer Event Management Internship – The Colorado Springs Sports Corporation

The Sports Corp is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to creating and attracting sporting events that contribute to the quality of life for citizens of the Pikes Peak Region and generate an economic impact for the community. Annual events include: Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack, Rocky Mountain State Games, Colorado Springs Sports Hall of Fame, Broadmoor…

3/26: Middlebury Language Schools Info Session

Middlebury Language Schools Info Session When: Tuesday, March 26th @ 4:00 PM Where: Career Center Classroom Are you interested in learning a new language this summer? Come join Middlebury for more more information. Middlebury has been delivering life-changing summer immersion language programs from beginner to graduate level for over 100 years. The difference is the…