Graduate Career Services (GCS), in the Office of Graduate Studies, empowers current graduate students and first-year alumni with the tools needed to develop careers in their field of study.
GENERAL CAREER SERVICES DIRECTORY FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
The following graduate schools offer career services specific to their graduate student populations:
Daniels College of Business: Suitts Career Management Center
Josef Korbel School: Office of Career and Professional Development
Sturm College of Law: Office of Career Development and Opportunities
University College: University Career Center
STUDENTS AND ALUMNI
Graduate Career Services is dedicated to providing students and first-year alumni with support in finding internships and job opportunities, making career choices, and developing their professional goals. Students and alumni can sign up for individual career counseling sessions, participate in a range of networking events and workshops, and access both the DU online career directory, as well as the DU Professional Network of employers, alumni, and parents.
Individual Advisement: During scheduled appointments, students and first-year alumni receive one-on-one counseling related to career development skills, including resume and cover letter writing, interviewing, networking strategies, and internship and job search. Appointments are available on the following days and times:
- Mondays: 1-4pm
- Wednesdays: 9-12pm
- Fridays: 9-12pm
Please note that you will be asked to log in with your webCentral credentials (DU ID and passcode). Once you log in, please allow a few moments for the appointment calendar to upload.
All appointments take place in the Office of Graduate Studies in the Mary Reed Building, room 5. Enter at the southwest corner of the building, then go down the stairs through the garden level entrance.
For appointments on alternate days and times or with another career counselor, contact the University Career Center at (303) 871-2150.
Workshops: Our career workshops are designed to help current graduate students build career development skills related to their job and internship search, cover letter and resume writing, interviewing skills, networking strategies, salary negotiation, and more.
University Wide Events: The University of Denver brings employers and prospective employees together during Career and Internship Fairs.
The University of Denver prepares graduate students across a diverse range of industries to become qualified, committed professionals in their fields. Graduate Career Services encourages employers to get involved in the DU community through a range of opportunities, including