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Join us at CTU Aurora on Wednesday, September 28th to learn great tips and tricks to help make your résumé and cover letter effective and stand out in this competitive market. Be sure to bring your résumé with you so you can begin using what you learn to your advantage.
Join us on Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 5:30 - 7:00 pm MT. Stop by to get answers to your questions about admissions, financial aid, academics, and more.
Join us on Thursday, September 15, 2016 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm MT. Stop by to get answers to your questions about admissions, financial aid, academics, and more.
Though nursing graduates will find themselves looking for jobs in a favorable employment climate, it's still important to be well-prepared for job interviews. Researching prospective employers, preparing responses to commonly asked questions, participating in mock interviews, and following up after the interview are just a few tips to landing a nursing job.
Nursing is often a fast-paced and high-stress job, and there are a number of skills you may not necessarily be able to master from classroom instruction alone. These six professional skills, from communication to critical thinking and teamwork, can help nurses perform at their best even when trying to get through the final hour of a long shift.
For 2016 CTU commencement speaker Steve Pemberton, success was never supposed to happen. In his memoir, A Chance in the World, Pemberton writes about his journey from an orphan – never given a chance – to someone who has achieved his version of the American Dream. Explore Pemberton’s wisdom in-depth.
This year’s graduation events will be held July 29th-30th at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Continuing with previous tradition, we have an excellent commencement speaker for the 2016 ceremony: Steve Pemberton, Vice-President, Diversity and Inclusion and Global Chief Diversity Officer for Walgreens.
The Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs has awarded accreditation to CTU’s Bachelor and Master level degree programs. Click here to learn more about PMI’s rigorous standards and about what accreditation could mean for our program’s future and yours.
As our online presences have become ubiquitous, so too has the need for social media do's and don'ts to maintain professionalism and prevent breaches of etiquette. As medical professionals, nurses have additional factors to consider when maintaining their online presence, both to respect boundaries and to protect the privacy of their patients.
From finance and tech to legal services and health care, a number of companies from the surrounding area were on hand for a recent Campus Career Fair on CTU’s Colorado Springs campus. The event gave current students and recent graduates the opportunity to meet with prospective employers, make a great impression and maybe even land an exciting career opportunity. Read on to learn why this year’s fair was such a success.
Employers sort through piles of resumes (often electronically). Many resumes can either go unnoticed because of dull formatting or lack of obvious achievements, or they can end up in the recycling bin because of easily avoidable mistakes or inappropriate information.
You probably know about CTU’s online degree programs, but did you know we have two ground campuses in Colorado where you can pursue your degree program in a traditional classroom setting? At CTU Colorado Springs and CTU Aurora you can experience small-class sizes and one-on-one learning on a flexible schedule that suits your busy life.
A back to school checklist can give online students a starting point for juggling their education with other responsibilities, including work and family. Best of all, getting organized from the beginning is a great way to start with confidence and hit the ground sprinting.
Who me? An internship? If you’re an adult learner, transitioning from a military career, or relaunching a career after a hiatus, you may think you’re not a good candidate for an internship opportunity, but that’s not true. Just like any other student, you may benefit from internships that are related to your intended career.
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