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Career Counseling and Resources

Classroom to Career Hub is here to help you develop your unique career.

During the campus closure due to the COVID-19 risks, all appointments will be conducted via phone or virtual platforms.

Students can schedule appointments by calling the C2 Hub Front Desk (303-615-1133) and leaving a message or by sending a message to our C2 Hub email ( 

Students must call us 24 hours in advance to change or cancel appointments. Failure to attend an appointment without 24-hour notice will result in limited access to services.

Exploring majors or careers? Applying for work or graduate school? 

With career counseling you can:

  • Learn to apply networking skills in your field.
  • Prepare customized resumes and cover letters.
  • Complete applications to grad school.
  • Find career resources.
  • Overcome barriers to success.

We offer:

  • Individual hour or half-hour career counseling appointments.
  • Short, 15-minute walk-in sessions (for a quick review of resumes, cover letters and job search documents and for quick job search questions).
  • Educational workshops to help you explore careers or execute a successful job search.
  • Small group workshops to interpret results from career assessments.
  • Career exploration resources.
  • For students living out-of-state and/or taking online courses, email resume services and appointments over Skype or telephone can be scheduled. Contact April Peterson for more information.

Career Lab will be suspended for Fall 2020

In our new virtual environment, we have decided to suspend Career Lab and provide a variety of ways for students to get quick access to career information and career staff. 

After August 7th, 2020, please send career and job search questions, resumes and cover letters for review or other C2 Hub inquiries to for a response in 1-2 business days. 

Vault is a great way to learn about companies occupations and industries. 

VMock is available to all MSU Denver students for instant feedback on uploaded PDF resumes. 

See Career Link in Student Hub for virtual workshops, fairs, and events. 

MSU Denver Career Link 

Career Link is more than just a job board…it’s a career management system designed to help you connect with employers interested in hiring MSU Denver students/alumni.  Get started by signing in and setting up your preferences so that you get the latest on events and postings right to your email account.  Here are some other tips to help you leverage Career Link in your job or internship search:

·       Upload a polished resume and other documents. 

·       Set up a ‘Job Alert’.

·       Sign up for career workshops and hiring events.

·       Research organizations by industry or open positions.

·       Download the Career Link (Symplicity) App for quick access.

Click HERE for more information on how to navigate Career Link.

Course Title: Career Evaluation Workshop (CPD 2350)

The Career Evaluation Workshop is a 1-credit hour Career & Personal Development (CPD) course offered by the Institute for Women's Studies and Services. This course will focus on career evaluation and will assist students in acquiring the skills and attitudes to plan effectively for and manage the changes they will experience during their work lives.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Recognize that a career is a life-long process that involves continuous evaluation and reprioritizing of values.
  • Identify personal interests, skills, and values and compare with several career options.
  • Demonstrate skills involved in researching occupations.
  • Reflect on decision making style and set short- and long-term goals.
  • Learn how to write a resume and conduct a job search

The course is usually offered once each semester and is scheduled on two Saturdays from 9:00-5:00.  Review the class schedule or talk with your academic advisor to learn more.

Service Learning Services

At MSU Denver, service learning is defined as a form of experiential learning in which students combine classroom experience with community-based service that:
  • Meets an identified community need,
  • Provides a structured opportunity for students to reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content,
  • Balances student goals and community goals through collaborative development of course content and service opportunity, and
  • Engages students in structured preparation for, participation in, and reflection on the service experience.


The mission of the Service Learning Program is to assist MSU Denver faculty in the design and implementation of service learning, a high-impact instructional practice, and to integrate it into the curriculum across disciplines at all levels. To fulfill this mission, the Service Learning Program staff provides course design assistance, training, and administrative and other program support to faculty; develops and sustains community partner connections; and collects data on all dimensions of service learning.

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