Oct. 6th DRESS FOR SUCCESS: 11 am – 3 pm (UC First Floor Hallway) This is your opportunity to browse through gently used professional clothing for extremely low prices. Both women’s and men’s clothes are available in a variety of sizes.
Oct. 7th GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIR: 11 am – 1 pm (UC First Floor Hallway) 10 different graduate schools will be representing more than 20 programs. Stop by and visit with the representatives from Colorado Christian University, CSU, CU, Jones International University, UC-Denver, UC-Denver School of Dental Medicine, CU-Skaggs School of Pharmacy, UNC, and Western State Colorado University.
Oct. 7th GRADUATE SCHOOL PANEL: 7 pm (UC South Ballroom) This event is the perfect opportunity for students of all levels to gain a better understanding of the graduate school process and ask any questions they might have. The panelists will be representing a variety of graduate programs from around Colorado. Free dessert!
Oct. 8th ACING YOUR INTERVIEW (Mock Interviews): 20 minute time slots available between 10 am -Noon and 3-5 pm (UC Boardroom). Although no one enjoys the thought of a Mock Interview, this is an invaluable skill that can make or break your opportunity to attain your ideal position. Please call Mariah Green, Career Services Coordinator in order to schedule your Mock Interview with a number of panelists – space is limited so call soon: 970-943-7122.
Oct. 9th HIGH STAKES RESUME REVIEWS: Noon – 3 pm (UC First Floor Hallway) Need a professional resume reviewer to provide you with quick feedback regarding your resume? This is your chance. Bring your resume by for a Career Services approach polishing your resume and other application materials. Students of all levels are encouraged to take advantage of this free service/resource.
"Western's Career Services gave me great support and guidance. They helped me obtain an internship with 9NEWS (KUSA) in Denver by reviewing my resume and cover letter. Working with Career Services helped me put my education to work."
- Chappin Everett
Career Services helps Western students and alumni create and critique career-related documents, such as résumés, cover letters, and personal statements. Additionally, we guide students as they develop, evaluate, and implement career plans. We can help you polish interviewing skills and career-search techniques. Be sure to check the campus calendar for career-related events sponsored by Career Services.