Career Services

We offer a variety of services aimed at assisting students in identifying and attaining their career goals. Looking online for a job or for information on creating a resume? See our Online Employment Tools listed to the right. Below are several services our center offers on-campus to students, alumni and community members. To learn more about services we provide for employers, see our Employer Services Page.

Career Fairs

We host three annual career fairs. Learn more about our fairs by visiting our Career Fairs page.

Career Planning

Students and alumni can meet with our career specialist or an advisor to explore career interests and options, to workshop a resume or cover letter, or to practice a mock interview. Call 970.248.1177 to schedule an appointment. Also refer to our Career Planning PDF for more tips and tools.

Career Resources Corner in LHH 129

Career Resources Corner

Visit the Career Resources Corner, located right next to the Advising Center in Lowell Heiny Hall 129 to view our bulletin boards or pick up FREE career information and brochures featuring job and internship opportunities.

Employers On-Campus

See our Upcoming Events page to find out about job opportunities with employers who are visiting our campus.

Employer Panel

Offered as a part of our spring Career Connections Fair, the Employer Panel, offers students an opportunity to learn about various employers, job opportunities, and hiring practices.

Resume, Cover Letter, and Interviewing Workshops

Throughout the year we offer Group Workshops on creating effective resumes and cover letters, also focusing on preparation and techniques for interviewing.

Strong & Choices Career Assessments

Our center offers the Strong and Choices career assessments to guide students, alumni, and community members in exploring career interests.

Online Employment Tools


Handshake is a top online resource that helps connect students to employers and employers to students. Whether you are looking for an internship, a part-time job or your first “real” job, Handshake can help.

Optimal Resume

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Create, present, and manage a professional resume and resume web site using our Optimal Resume Service

--For students and alumni only--

Resume, Cover Letter, and Interviewing Guidelines

In addition to the several workshops we offer throughout the year, we also have Resume, Cover Letter, and Interviewing guidelines available online.

What To Do With a Major?

To find out about different career fields that correspond to various majors, see our page on What To Do With a Major.

Useful Job-Seeker Links

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Search a variety of employment opportunities, both local and national, using the sites listed in the PDF below.

Helpful Resources for Job-Seekers