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Faculty/Staff Resources

This page contains resources and information for services we can provide to Faculty and Staff.

 

Career Services Newsletters

 

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Fall 2016 Newsletter

Summer 2016 Newsletter

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Fall 2015 Newsletter

 

Customizable Class/Department Presentations

The staff in The Office of Career Services are happy to provide customized presentations to groups of any size. The following are examples of types of presentations that have been provided in the past, however, if you have a specific need, contact us so that we may accommodate your request. Call our office at 303-556-3664 and ask for April Peterson, Assistant Director, to discuss your classroom or group needs.   

Overview of Services: 10 - 20 minute discussion of the services that are available through the Office of Career Services. Topics include but are not limited to: the career library in Tivoli 215, the Career Services website, available research resources, available career planning assistance and tools, workshops offered through Career Services and current events.

 

Introductory Session: 15 - 30 minute introduction to the staff in Career Services and our available services. We enjoy joining staff or faculty meetings to introduce ourselves and to answer any specific questions that you may have.

 

Targeted Presentation for specific audiences/needs: 15 - 60 minute customized presentation to a particular group focusing on in-depth exploration into a specific topic. Topic examples can include effective job search strategies, researching employers, resume writing, interviewing skills, graduate school preparation, networking, etc.

 

Assessment Interpretations for Groups: The Office of Career Services offers career assessment tools: the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Strong Interest Inventory. These assessments are taken online and then interpreted by one of our certified career counselors. The assessments aid in understanding personality, strengths, preferred work environments, communication styles, and career possibilities. They are useful toward increasing effectiveness in decision-making as well as in group dynamics (as a great team-building and team-strengthening tool). Assessments are available for groups of students, alumni, faculty or staff.

Classes or groups that arrange for participants to take the StrengthsFinder assessment from Gallup can also schedule a presentation on the instrument from Career Services Staff. 

Call our office at 303-556-3664 and ask for April Peterson, Assistant Director, to discuss your classroom or group needs.   

 

Career Services Impact Outcomes

Career Services Impact Outcomes Brochure

 

 

 

 

 


 

Graduate Employment & Outcomes

Spring 2014 Graduate Outcome Survey

Summer 2014 Graduate Outcome Survey

Fall 2014 Graduate Outcome Survey

Spring 2015 Graduate Outcome Survey

Summer 2015 Graduate Outcome Survey

Fall 2015 Graduate Outcome Survey

 

 

 


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