This is an activity for students and supervisors to discuss career competencies that the job requires and that they want to develop for future goals, using a reflect, plan and dream model.
News, tools, and resources (including a newsletter!) for the art community.
Brown Girls Love Power provide tools and inspiration for professional women of color interested in personal branding, beauty, fashion, journalism, communications, and entrepreneurship through special events including workshops, panels, and programming like their annual Power Day.
See a list of the top conferences for LGBTQ+ writers and writers of color.
Five powerful women came together to discuss how the media portrays black women in a moderated panel.
Two hair experts explored the effects that hair bias has on professional women of color and their journeys up the corporate ladder.
22 brilliant women of color share what it’s like wearing natural styles in corporate America.
Learn about opportunities for mentorship, leadership, advocacy, and networking for women in agriculture.
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.
Competencies are the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for. View this handout for the competencies and their definitions. Use these names to categorize your experiences and communicate your skills/knowledge.
Make an appointment at the Student Resolution Center by calling: 970-491-7165 or submitting an appointment request online: resolutioncenter.colostate.edu
Take the time to identify graduate programs related to your professional interests as well as locations of interests. Once you have some ideas, begin to narrow down options based on criteria that are important to you. Check out this video with links.