Throughout the duration of the 11-Month MBA program, workshops are offered each term to help students build the skills and tools necessary to successfully advance their careers upon graduation.
A sampling of workshop topics includes:
- Identifying & Articulating Your Skills
- Resume Writing
- Researching Careers & Industries
- Targeted Networking
- Social Media & Your Job Search
- Interviewing Strategies
- Negotiating Offers
- High Impact Job Hunting
Located in the heart of downtown Denver, the 11-Month MBA program offers a variety of avenues for interaction with the vibrant local business community.
While the structure and content varies from year to year based on the interests of students in the cohort and the needs and availability of local businesses, engagement with the business community has included a variety of networking opportunities, business collaborations, and business case studies.
Business collaborations are live projects where students work with local businesses to complete projects and explore current and cutting edge issues facing businesses today. Past collaborations have included:
- New product development
- Identifying emerging markets
- Business process outsourcing
- Global mergers and growth
- Revenue modeling
The 11-Month MBA hosts Speaker’s Series that consist of business professionals to discuss topics from an industry perspective. Students have the opportunity to select topics of interest and are provided with the support to connect with relevant subject matter experts. These connections provide valuable information to the class as well and create important networking opportunities.
Speakers have addressed topics ranging from industry-specific trends to recent developments in targeted professions to a variety of professional development subjects. Topics and speakers are driven by student’s interests.
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