Take advantage of DU career resources to explore professional opportunities and develop the skills necessary to succeed in your career journey. Make an appointment with a career counselor to learn about internships and job search tools, career assessments, social media strategies, resume and cover letter writing, and much more!
Daniels College of Business
Visit the Center for Career Management
Visit the University Career Center serving all undergraduates:
• Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
• Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science
• Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
• Josef Korbel School of International Studies
• Morgridge College of Education
• Colorado Women's College
• University College
SUMMARY OF 2013 SPRING AT-GRADUATION EMPLOYMENT REPORT FOR DU underGRADUATE STUDENTS
96.4% of graduating seniors from the Spring Class of 2013 reported being employed or in graduate school 6-months post-graduation with a median starting salary of $39,500. This is up from 95.3% and $38,000 respectively in 2012. Almost 66% of students completed at least one internship. 25.9% are attending graduate school in a variety of fields including business administration, law, medicine, social work and education. Read the full report here.