The Office of Career Services at MSU Denver is here to help you develop your unique career.
Career Services has resources, appointments, and walk-in services to help you design and follow your career path.
Exploring majors or careers? Applying for work or graduate school?
We can help you discover your own career path and help you take steps toward your goals.
With career counseling you can:
- Learn to apply networking skills in your field
- Prepare customized resumes and cover letters
- Complete applications to grad school
- Find career resources,
- Overcome barriers to success.
- Individual hour or half-hour career counseling appointments
- Short, 15-minute walk-in sessions (for a quick review of resumes, cover letters and job search documents and for quick job search questions)
- Educational workshops to help you explore careers or execute a successful job search
- Small group workshops to interpret results from career assessments
- Career research resources
- For students living out of state and taking online or DIME program courses, email resume services and appointments over SKPE or telephone can be scheduled. Contact April Peterson email@example.com for more information.
To schedule an appointment, call 303-615-1133 or come by Tivoli 215.
Students must call us 24 hours in advance to change or cancel appointments. Failure to show up for an appointment without 24 hours’ notice will result in limited access to services.
Mondays 4-5 PM
Tuesdays 3-4 PM
Wednesdays 2-3 PM
Thursdays 11 AM to noon
Fridays 9-10 AM (subject to cancellation)
*Walk-in appointments may be cancelled at times due to staff unavailability.
We recommend that you check in with the office for any changes to this schedule.
There are lots of ways to gather information about occupations. We recommend the following sites as starting points to help you gather information so you can make informed decisions about your career path.
- O*Net : A Department Of Labor occupational research site that allows you to search for occupations, learn about educational requirements, and even transition from military to civilian careers.
- Career OneStop: Another user-friendly resource from the Department of Labor that gives information on career exploration, salaries and benefits, educational requirements, and more.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: A searchable guide from the Department of Labor gives information about what people do in jobs, work conditions, employment outlook, salaries, and required education
- Sloan Career Cornerstone: a resource website for information on careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and medical fields