Use this site to find employers who support those with chronic illness, get personalized job opportunities sent to you based on your needs, and join a community of chronically ill and disable professionals navigating the job search.
Learn how to make your business idea a reality! The Institute for Entrepreneurship at CSU provides free programming for all CSU students, faculty, staff, and Colorado community members. These programs help you get your venture off the ground by looking at who your customer is, building a business model, building a prototype, understanding your competition, creating marketing and financial plans, and more!
Read this article to learn more about networking tips for women.
Networking isn’t a four letter word, but it could be summed up by one. Talk.
Meeting an employer for the first time and not sure what to say? Read this document to learn how to craft an “elevator pitch” about yourself, as well as see some great questions you can ask the employer.
Now is the ideal time to make connections with past, current and future clients, coworkers and potential employers. Companies are still hiring, and once things get back to a more normal state, we’ll see a real difference between those who continued to reach out and network, and those who did not, in terms of career […]
This is a resource compiled for CSU students who are undocumented that includes career options, professional development ideas while at CSU, names of supporters in all colleges, and alumni who are happy to support and mentor you during your educational and career journey.
Gain an edge in life towards your next career. Visit the Athlete Network website for networking opportunities and networking events.
Professional association for networking with the French-American business community.
Don’t go to the career fair without viewing this document. Find tips to make the career fair a success.
Networking, or making connections, is an important skill and can benefit you greatly in your job search process (and throughout your career!) Watch two Career Coaches chat about how you can continue connecting with folks and honing your networking skills in a virtual environment.
Find out the questions to ask and how to approach and grow your social capital! You can easily take this advice and apply it to multiple situations where you find out more about people and their jobs.