Explore your career options—and find the right fit for your passions and aspirations
- Executive Mentor Program (Graduate)
- LEAD Mentorship Program (Undergraduate)
- Job Shadow Program (Undergraduate)
- Industry Panels
Access to Employers and Networking
- Career Fairs
- City Treks
- Rocky Mountain Treks
- Information Sessions
- Meet & Greets
- Résumé and cover letter development
- Interviewing preparation and mock interviews
- Job offers and salary negotiation
- Search for internships or jobs through Daniels Careers
- Career development and exploration
- Taylor Internship Scholarship (Undergraduate)
- Alumni webinar series
A Gift from Andy & Barbara Taylor
The Taylor Internship Scholarship was made available through an endowment from Andy & Barbara Taylor. Learn more about their generous gift to Daniels»
Who Is Eligible?
This scholarship is offered each quarter of the academic year to all Business majors, Business minors and Colorado Women’s College students who have financial need (as determined by FAFSA or CSS profile) and are completing internships, paid or unpaid, for academic credit. Students who meet these eligibility requirements will receive a scholarship to offset the tuition cost of internship credits. Students can review Financial Aid Requirements on the Student tab of PioneerWeb.
What Is Required?
- Meet with the internship liaison for your major to discuss internship opportunities or evaluate your current internship to determine if it is eligible for credit.
- Download and complete the Experiential Learning Form»
- Submit the completed Experiential Learning Form to the Registrar’s Office.
- Meet with a Career Advisor in the DU or Daniels Career Centers. Appointments can be made on the Student tab of PioneerWeb or by calling 303.871.2150.
It is our goal that every Daniels undergraduate student will have at least one, if not multiple, meaningful internship experiences during their time at the University of Denver and encourage every student who might be eligible to pursue this opportunity.
For eligibility verification or general questions, please contact:
Daniels Career Services
email@example.com | 303.871.3067 | Margery Reed Hall,125
The Executive Mentor Program matches Daniels graduate students with senior-level business executives from the Denver metro area. This program offers an unusual and exciting opportunity for students to enhance their professional and personal skills by interacting with our high caliber mentors who volunteer their time. It is intended to educate students on how business is practiced, sharpen career readiness, and build and strengthen professional networks.
Students who wish to participate must commit to the student expectations and outlined timeframe. Students have the opportunity to review the biographies of all participating mentors, and submit their top choices to be matched with their preferred Executive Mentor. Students will be placed in teams up to four students to work with throughout the academic year.
Students interested in learning more about the program may contact Angie Jimenez.
The LEAD (Learning by Example, Attaining Distinction) Mentorship Program pairs undergraduate business students with professionals in a similar field and/or career trajectory. Each mentor/protégé pair is encouraged to meet once per month throughout the school year, and attend a speed-networking kickoff event and year-end celebration. Protégés gain guidance and support from someone in their industry of choice, build connections with professionals in the community, and clarify their own goals and potential future career path. Mentors provide professional advice to a student interested in their industry, attract talent to their company to build their brand on campus, and foster connections with future professionals of their community.
Contacts for the LEAD Mentorship Program:
What is City Treks?
City Treks is a unique opportunity for high-quality employers and top professionals in cities across the country to meet with top Daniels undergraduate and graduate business students. Each December, the Daniels Employer Relations team leads groups of students to prominent organizations in select cities. Some of these cities include New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Boston and Chicago with more to be added for future treks. The City Treks program is available to graduate students as well as undergraduate students of junior or senior standing.
- Meet and network with top business companies and professionals
- Learn about a company’s mission, values and company culture
- Recruiting opportunity for students interested in internships or full-time positions
- Attend Daniels Alumni networking events as well as a fun learning opportunity unique to the city
- Assess what it would be like to live and be employed in a particular city
In 2014-2015, Daniels visited a variety of companies from New York City, San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles. Stay tuned for the 2015-2016 lineup!
The required documents consist of an updated résumé and a Statement of Purpose. Your résumé should highlight your educational background, work history and other activities that make you unique. To ensure your résumé is competitive, please visit a career advisor before you submit your application. The Statement of Purpose should be 300 words in length and should demonstrate why you are interested in participating in City Treks and the goals you hope to accomplish while visiting various organizations.
Each City Trek will be posted in the Daniels Careers System. You have the opportunity to attend more than one city. You can select either Seattle or Boston. Students may attend Seattle or Boston and Chicago, traveling between cities on Wednesday, December 4.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for application deadlines.