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Daniels Career Services actively partners with companies and organizations to fulfill a variety of recruiting needs. Explore the opportunities to get involved with the Daniels College of Business. We serve current undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni of the Daniels College of Business. Whether you are a recruiter, parent or alumni, we have resources for you to connect with and recruit top talent from the top business school in Colorado.

Recruit At Daniels

From posting jobs and internships to hosting your organization on campus, Daniels provides you with a variety of options to connect with our students and alumni. Daniels Career Services works diligently to match student qualifications to your needs for full-time or part-time work, internship opportunities and consulting projects.

There are a number of ways to recruit the sought-after talent from Daniels:

  • Career Events and Fairs that allow you to quickly introduce yourself to students.
  • Company Information Sessions and Meet & Greets let you introduce students to your company, the corporate culture and the type of jobs you typically recruit.
  • On-Campus Interviews are an excellent way for your organization to sit down with Daniels students to learn more about the diverse talent they possess.

2016 Employment Report

Recruiting Policies

Daniels Career Services at the University of Denver requires students to sign a contract of job search ethics prior to participating in any on-campus interviews. Students are penalized for missing interviews, canceling appointments, etc. Daniels Career Services enforces a zero-tolerance policy for students who renege on offers of employment or who conduct themselves unethically during their search. In return, Daniels Career Services asks employers to:

  • Provide students a minimum of three business days’ notice for an off-campus interview. This allows students to make proper travel arrangements and to avoid academic and other conflicts.
  • Provide fair and reasonable time periods for students to evaluate employment offers prior to making a decision that will affect their future careers and personal lives.

Rescinding an offer means the student must restart their job search, often after declining other offers.

Fall Job Offer Policy (for full-time offers)
For students who have completed an internship with your firm/company:

  • Graduating students who have completed an internship with your firm will be given until at least October 30, 2017, to make a decision.

For students who have not completed an internship with your firm/company:

  • Students receiving full-time employment offers before November 10, 2017, will be given until November 24th to make a decision.
  • Students receiving full-time employment offers after November 10, 2017, will be given until November 24th or two weeks from the date of the offer, whichever is later, to make a decision.
Fall Internship Offer Policy (for summer internship offers)
For students who have completed a prior internship with your firm/company:

  • Any student receiving an additional internship offer after completing a prior internship with your firm or company will be given until December 1, 2017 to make a decision.

For students who have not completed an internship with your firm/company:

  • Students receiving internship offers before November 10, 2017, as a result of on-campus recruiting will be given until November 24, 2017 or two weeks from the date of the offer, whichever is later, to make a decision.
  • All other internship offers given during the Fall will not expire until December 22, 2017, or two weeks from the date of the offer, whichever is later.
Spring Job Offer Policy (for full-time offers)
Students receiving offers of full-time employment during the winter and spring quarters will be given two weeks from the date of the offer to make a decision.
Spring Internship Offer Policy (for summer internship offers)
Students receiving an internship offer during the winter and spring quarters will be given until March 1, 2017 or two weeks from the date of the offer, whichever is later, to make a decision.
Hiring International Students

International students offer valuable experiences and perspectives to companies operating in today’s global economy. Most international students are in the U.S. on non-immigrant student visas (F-1), making them eligible to accept employment under certain conditions.

  • Internships: F-1 students are eligible to work in paid internships on curricular practical training (CPT).
  • Full-time: F-1 students are eligible to work up to 12 months post-graduation on optional practical training (OPT). MSAQF and MSBA (STEM degrees) can work up to 29 months.
  • CPT and OPT paperwork is handled by the students and the University.
  • Employers can hire international students after the OPT period for a total of six years (two three-year periods) under the H-1B visa category (employer sponsorship required).
Become a Mentor

All great leaders have mentors.

Having a mentor is an excellent way to learn the ropes of any company or industry and a prime source for continued networking and success. Daniels Career Services offers two mentorship programs to help students develop their professional network.

Graduate Mentorship Program

    • The Executive Mentorship Program matches senior-level business executives from the Denver metro area with Daniels graduate students. This program offers mentors, who volunteer their time, the opportunity to work with students to enhance their professional and personal skills. It is intended to educate students on how business is practiced, sharpen career readiness and build and strengthen professional networks.
    • Professionals with 10+ years of experience who are interested in becoming a mentor may contact Susan Goodwin. Mentors complete an application including a biography which students have the opportunity to review before selecting an Executive Mentor.

Undergraduate Mentorship Program

    • 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 a 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, build their brand on campus and foster connections with future professionals of their community.

Contacts for the LEAD Mentorship Program:

Hospitality majors: Jill Hartman and Dee Jay Driver
Accountancy majors: Kristen Dimig
All other majors: Toni (Gabrielli) Phelan and Angie Jimenez

Sponsor City Treks

Our Students to Your Doorstep.

City Treks and Rocky Mountain Treks are opportunities for students to visit and tour your organization. Let our Employer Relations Team know if you’re interested in signing up for this program.

Companies Visited on Previous Treks
Google, LinkedIn, Walgreens, Visa, Accenture, the National Hockey League, Nickelodeon, MediaVest, RBC Capital Markets, Wells Fargo, Citibank, Pacific Gas and Electric, The New York Times, National CineMedia, Microsoft, and Gates Foundation

Parent Employers

From your family to ours.

Your involvement with the Daniels College of Business as your son or daughter completes his or her education has a tremendous impact that does not go unrecognized. There are a number of ways your involvement with Daniels will not only benefit your child but help the Daniels family:

  • Volunteer as a mentor for undergraduate or graduate students, or host a student for a Job Shadow.
  • Get your company involved with recruiting Daniels students for internships and full time roles.
  • Daniels has a variety of opportunities for class projects, capstone projects and challenge courses which are for academic credit and get you and your company directly involved in the classroom.
Alumni Employer

Daniels Alumni Network

The importance of a strong partnership between Daniels alumni and the College is critical to keeping Daniels students as the top choice for employers. You are an important connection and resource for students looking to start their careers.

A few ways we can help:

  • Join AlumniFire—This DU-centric network is where Pioneers go to provide and find career information.
  • Volunteer as a mentor for undergraduate or graduate students, or host a student for a Job Shadow.
  • Get your company involved with recruiting Daniels students for internships and full time roles.
  • Daniels has a variety of opportunities for class projects, capstone projects and challenge courses which are for academic credit and get you and your company directly involved in the classroom.
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