From knowing limited English to working for a multinational corporation
The Career Center strives to engage students in career conversations early and often, in order to help you understand what brought you to college, how you can build experiences and relationships, and to realize your professional potential.
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Did you know that you can use your work-study award off-campus at a local nonprofit organization?
Meet Elizabeth Johnsen, a current CU Denver student who is taking full advantage of this opportunity.
I have a very flexible schedule that allows me to work around my class schedule. This has been very helpful for me to be able to spend the time that I need on school work while still getting done what I need to at work. It’s also been very helpful to create a clear schedule for myself each week that has set time for work and for school work. I think the most useful thing for me, though, has been the knowledge that the time and effort I’m putting in to work is not just to run a business, but is directly impacting lives. Working for a non-profit through work-study is such a great opportunity for me to be able to use my time in college and the time I spend working to both impact the lives of others and do something that I love and am interested in. - Elizabeth Johnsen, Biology major working at the Range of Motion Project