At the University of Denver, students are given a ton of amazing resources to find jobs before they graduate. A quick trip to Career Services, located in the Driscoll Student Center, and you'll be given the resources to help you prepare a professional resume, apply for jobs and internships, make connections with professionals and alumni in your area of interest, and even videotape a mock-interview. This all starts the moment you're on campus. From your first year, the Career Counselors are working hard to make sure that you can get where you want to go! One of the most amazing resources is the DU job and internship board, where alumni and DU friendly employers post jobs for our students. Another really cool program is the DU Ambassador program, which puts on dinners and events to allow students to network with successful professionals in their area of interest. Getting a job is no small undertaking, but the University of Denver has the team and the resources to get your foot in the door. As a graduating a senior, I am proud to say I have already had multiple job offers as a result of connections established by the University of Denver. As an outcome-oriented person, I can say that I am thankful for all of the opportunities this school has given me.