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March 23, 2015

Dear Friends:

Welcome back to Andrew Hudson's Jobs List!

Check out all the new, good and REAL jobs posted in this week's edition of AH Jobs List. Combined with the active jobs that have been posted over the past month, Colorado's top companies are looking to hire for close to 1,000 positions!

Here are some tips on how to best use AH Jobs List:

1.) Go to 'The List' and easily scroll through all the job titles that were posted for the week.  When you see a job that is of interest to you, click on the category and it will take you directly to the page where you can get more info about job.  You can also also view the job listings for the previous three weeks and apply for these jobs as well.

2.) Bookmark the category, "Jobs That Just Can't Wait" each week. Between Tuesday-Friday, we add new jobs to this category from employers who want to get their positions in front of job seekers quickly. I would also recommend that you follow us on Twitter and on Facebook to get instant notifications when a new job is posted. By doing so, you will get a jump on applying for a new position.

Remember, job seeking is a competitive exercise. Even though the application deadline might not be for several days or weeks, get your resume and cover letter submitted quickly. Employers often tell me they get bombarded with resumes and will cut off the number of applicants they review before the job posting deadline.

3.) Submit a Jobseeker Profile. An AH Jobs List Jobseeker Profile allows you to post a 300-word narrative to describe yourself, your experience and your skill set. Thousands of employers visit the Jobseeker Profile page to connect with professionals; and, I hear regularly from job seekers and recruiters about matches and hires made through this page. It only costs $10 to have your profile listed for four weeks, and all proceeds are donated to local nonprofits. Last year, we donated over $10,000 to local charities.

4.) If you are an employer, POST A JOB! AH Jobs List has been recognized as the most effective website for employers looking for local talent in Colorado. 

Each week, your job will be delivered to the email boxes of thousands of local professionals and more than 300,000 monthly visits to our website will assure that your job posting will attract great talent.
 
 


It's That Time of Year:  Apply for an Internship!

This time of year, we post gobs of internship opportunities.  To see the internship opportunities available on today's list, click here.

Internships are a terrific way for soon-to-be or recent college graduates to develop experience in their chosen field as they prepare to enter the full-time work force.

My first internship was with the University of Colorado’s Conference on World Affairs. It was there that I discovered the rigors and expectations of professional life and it was also where I discovered a career area (public relations and politics) where I excelled and decided to pursue. After graduation from CU, I began an internship with U.S. Senator Tim Wirth and within four months was hired as a junior staff person. Within a year, I was transferred to Washington, D.C. as his deputy press secretary where, ultimately, I was promoted to oversee his entire Washington press operation. I've enjoyed a variety of tremendous opportunities throughout my career, but it was my first internship that provided me with valuable experience and opened my eyes to career possibilities I wanted to pursue.

Speaking from my own experience as well as interviewing dozens of people about how to get the most out of an internship, I’ve compiled a list of helpful answers to frequently asked questions.

What is an internship?
An internship is usually a temporary (3-4 months) and part-time (10-20 hrs per-week) position that allows soon-to-be or recent college graduates an opportunity to work in their desired career environment. Typically, current college students pursue internships during their junior or senior year; however, recent college graduates also apply for internships.

Why do I need an internship?
An internship, without question, gives you a career jump start. It gives you real-world experience for your resume and cover letter and introduces you to a variety of professional networks that will be helpful in your job search.

More importantly, it can also help you to decide your career path.  Internships will introduce you to specific careers and assist you in determining what it is you want to do for a career when you graduate.

Do I need a resume and cover letter?
Yes. A basic entry-level resume and cover letter is your calling card and is important. Don’t worry about lack of experience. Most college interns are just starting their careers. List your skills and previous work experience (even if it was a part-time summer job!) but also project on your resume and cover letter your dedication, work ethic, discipline and commitment. Visit your college’s career services program for assistance with a resume and cover letter.

What does an internship pay?
Typically, an internship is a volunteer opportunity. However, many times, companies will pay a small hourly wage or stipend. The value of an internship is the experience you will gain in a professional setting. Often, employers offer a free bus pass, parking or other minimal benefits to help offset costs associated with an internship. Ask about these things when applying.

Can I get college credit for my internship?
Absolutely. If you are currently enrolled in college, talk with your advisor about structuring your internship to earn college credit. There typically are specific rules for doing so which may include writing a paper about your experience or creating a portfolio of the work you produced.

What should I ask when applying for an internship?
Just as if you are applying for a job, you should also consider a variety of opportunities to make sure your internship matches your goals, your skills and the experience you wish to receive. In addition, you need to make sure that the employer’s internship program is structured in such a way that allows you REAL experience. I’ve met many interns whose internships were disappointing because they were not provided with any structure or specific assignments to accomplish and were relegated to answering the phones or fetching coffee and lunch for the employees.

Ask about the structure of the internship program. Understand what will be expected of you. What are specific things that you will be working on? What department will you be working for? Will you be assigned a boss and or a mentor that that will be available to you to answer questions and provide guidance?

Also be realistic. This internship experience is to allow you an opportunity to gain experience in your chosen field and to soak in the professional office environment. However, you most likely will not be given any high-level decision making power and you should understand that as an intern, you will typically be assigned tasks and assignments that are part of larger projects.

How can I succeed as an intern?
Understand the culture at the organization you are working. 

Dress professionally, and show up for your internship on time. Turn in assignments promptly. Be confident in the work you produce.

Internships can take you out of your comfort zone; you need to be willing to take some risks. If you are given an assignment where you feel completely unqualified, tackle it as a challenge and ask questions, find information and do your best. If you are unclear about a project, its deadlines, or what is expected of you, don’t be shy! Ask lots of questions until you understand your role.

Don’t wait to be asked for things to do. If there is a lull in your day, don’t hesitate to ask the employees if they need you for something.

Be the ‘go-to’ intern; the intern that the staff knows will get something done if asked. Volunteer for tasks and assignments and be willing to work after hours or on the weekend if available.

Insert yourself. If there is a meeting you want to be part of, ask to be part of it. If there is someone you want to talk to about your future, ask them to lunch or get 15 minutes on their calendar. If there's a project you want to tackle, make and submit a proposal about how you would do it.

Do interns get hired?
Often, but not always, interns will be offered a job after their internship expires. Employers sometimes view internships as ‘try-outs’ for entry-level hires. It’s a good (and affordable) way to train and identify future employees. Keep your eyes on the company job board and keep your ears open to hear about new opportunities.

More than anything, NETWORK! Your internship will open a lot of doors both within and outside the company and industry you are working. Keep track of names, contacts and always introduce yourself.

How do I find out about internship programs?
Typically, internships start at the beginning of each semester, so they will start posting internship a few weeks before the semester begins.

For general internships at a variety of companies, look at the internship category of AH Jobs List. In addition, career boards such as indeed.com are good places to find internships. Also, visit the online job boards of specific employers you’d like to work for.   

Lastly, and perhaps most helpful, is the career services office of your university. They typically are actively working with both employers and students to place in internships. They can also provide resume writing services and give you details on how to receive college credit from your internship.

The University of Colorado Boulder Journalism and Mass Communications School (JMC) just launched JMC Career Services, a new online system.  Students looking for internships can click here.

The system allows employers to better connect with JMC students and grads, and helps internship staff more closely track placement, employer evaluations of students’ work and overall internship experiences. Employers who would like to post an internship or hire a student or recent grad, create an employer profile and post your positions by clicking here.

Regis University has a long-established internship program. While developed specifically for Regis students, it has a wealth of information and internship resources available to the general public. Click here for more information.

While these are just two examples, most universities have internship resources for students and recent grads.  Check with your school’s career services programs.
 


The Monday Five

This week, AH Jobs List has several spring and summer internship opportunities available. Here's a list of five internships posted today:



Marketing Internship
AirFresh Marketing
Denver


We are a small national agency who acts as an extension of our clients. We execute and staff events all over the country. Our sister company is working on national and local tours that we need assistance on. AirFresh Marketing and The Pineapple Agency are looking for a savvy, reliable college student for 3 college credits. If you are looking for a fun internship to get your foot into the door, then apply with us!
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PR/Social Media Intern
Barnhart Communications


Barnhart Communications, a 36-year-old Denver-based communications agency, offers brand strategy, marketing, advertising, public relations, social media, interactive and design services all under one roof. The firm's client base includes a broad range of sectors, including local and national consumer products, travel and leisure, real estate, health care, nonprofits and technology. Barnhart's expertise is building brands that people consider vital. For more information about Barnhart, visit www.barnhartusa.com.

Barnhart is seeking a motivated spring or summer public relations/social media intern for approximately 15-18 hours per week (days/time are negotiable). A stipend or school credit will be provided.
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Marketing Internship
Crestone Capital Advisors, LLC
Boulder


Crestone Capital Advisors LLC ("Crestone") is an independently owned, entrepreneurial wealth management firm in Boulder, Colo. Crestone is the successor to The Eric J. Kramer Company, which was founded in 1991. Crestone has 37 employees and a select nationwide group of 46 clients, who are primarily individuals, families and foundations. We serve our clients by providing institutional quality investment management and personalized wealth advisory services, including income tax, estate and philanthropic planning, financial planning and balance sheet/risk management. Our mission is to improve the lives and peace of mind of our clients by serving as their trusted advisor and central resource for all their wealth management needs.
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Public Relations and Social Media Intern
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Denver, CO


Job Description:
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Public Relations and Social Media Intern will report directly to the Senior Manager of Communications and Marketing and will have the opportunity to work in areas of social media, public relations, media relations, marketing and communications. This person must demonstrate organizational skills, strong writing skills, oral and written communication skills, attention to detail, knowledge and experience in social media including facebook and twitter, and an interest in learning about Habitat for Humanity's mission and program. This is an unpaid internship, but Habitat for Humanity will take any necessary steps with the educational institution in order to acquire college credit as compensation for the internship.
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Legal Intern - Labor law
National Conference of State Legislatures
Denver


The National Conference of State Legislatures is a bipartisan organization that serves the legislators and staffs of the nation's 50 states, its commonwealths and territories. NCSL provides research, technical assistance and opportunities for policymakers to exchange ideas on the most pressing state issues. NCSL is an effective and respected advocate for the interests of state governments before Congress and federal agencies.

Description: The intern will work closely with the NCSL Legislative Management Team to assist with projects related to labor and employment. Activities and research topics could include updating NCSL data pertaining to labor and employment laws, including gathering all pertinent statutes and summarizing this information in chart format for posting on NCSL's website; conducting case law research on developments in labor and employment law on both the state and federal levels; authoring blog posts, magazine articles and/or policy briefs on labor law topics; responding to legislative requests for information; miscellaneous duties as assigned.
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Information Policy & Technology Intern
National Conference of State Legislatures
Denver


Job Description:
Summary: The intern will be a part of NCSL's Legislative Management Team in contributing to 50-state research assistance on information policy and technology issues, including privacy, public records, cybersecurity and computer crime, and other Internet or government technology related issues. The intern may be required to research and track statutes and legislation in the 50 states, prepare concise and accurate responses to constituent requests for information, update online resources, compile or update 50 state charts or online summaries, and undertake other research and writing projects as assigned.
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Criminal Justice Research Intern
National Conference of State Legislatures
Denver


Job Description:
DESCRIPTION: Research/Hourly provides research assistance for Criminal Justice Program. Includes fielding, researching, responding to information requests from legislative offices; tracking, summarizing state legislation; other special-project research and writing to objectively inform state legislative crime policies. Uses legislative databases, commercial legal databases and other on-line systems. Includes interaction with staff and members of state legislatures.
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Learn the rules and strategies of job seeking!
AH Jobs List Bootcamps are Filling Up!
 
Spring is here! 

A season of sunshine, renewal, rejuvenation and awakening. The dark, grey skies and the frost of winter have given way to the promise of brighter days ahead.

If you are an active job seeker or are simply thinking about switching companies or careers, now is a good time to consider attending an AH Jobs List Career bootcamp to re-energize and re-motivated your efforts and learn the common strategies that successful job seekers use to land their dream jobs.

Let's start with the most common frustration of every job seeker, career navigator and career re-inventor: JOB SEEKING IS HARD!  And for many professionals looking for a new job, it can be an aggravating exercise in dead ends—sending out resume after resume and not hearing back or getting to a job interview only to find out you didn't get the job offer.

Winding your way through the maze known as the job seeking process is fraught with feelings of anxiety, fear and self doubt. First you have to figure out WHAT you want to do and then you have to convincingly connect your skills, accomplishments, education and expertise to prove to others you are capable of doing it! Then you have to overcome the challenges of getting your resume noticed and getting some face time with an actual person. And what about the interview? You know you can do the job, but how do differentiate yourself in a convincing  and confident way that gets you the job offer?

Were you are ever taught HOW to look for a job or HOW to manage and progress your career? 
For many who have not had to look for a job in a long time, the game has changed. These days you have to navigate through job boards, online application tracking systems, social media, networking, interviewing, self branding and, oh yeah, did you know that every resume and cover letter has to be customized to the job posting to which you're applying?

I created the AHJL Career Bootcamp more than seven years ago to share my expertise and teach professionals the strategies and skills of successful job seekers. 

The AHJL Career Bootcamp is an intensive four-hour, interactive, small-group
session that's specially designed to help get you out of your job-seeking rut, make your mind swim with fresh ideas and give you a new perspective on how to market and brand your unique skills and experiences to differentiate yourself and get noticed by employers.

What will happen at the Career Bootcamp?
 
The group session is designed to be fun and engaging! You will be surrounded by others who may be in a similar situation and who can offer additional support and advice as you progress in your job search. Often, Bootcamp classes have organized their own job search support groups to meet and exchange ideas and encouragement.
 
Here are some of the areas we'll cover in Career Bootcamp:
  • Secrets of the corporate recruiters revealed! Often, a successful job search means understanding the recruiting process from an employer's perspective. What are companies looking for in a candidate? What are things job seekers can do increase their chances of getting hired?
     
  • Personal branding. Do you have a personal brand? As an expert in branding and marketing, I'll teach you how to energize your resume, cover letter and interviews to stay consistent and focused with your skills, experiences and your career goals.
     
  • Where are the jobs in Denver? Simply looking at job boards often isn't enough.You'll learn how to identify career opportunities in different job sectors specific to Denver's economy.You'll get an overview of the top industries, companies and nonprofit organizations in Colorado and beyond that are actively hiring.
     
  • We’ll work as a team on your networking skills. National statistics show that 75% of new hires are the result of personal references and networking. We'll teach you some basic networking strategies that can help open the doors to new job opportunities.
     
  • Motivation. I’ll show you how to develop a job-seeking routine that will give you the discipline to keep motivated and inspired in your job search.
     
  • Interviews and negotiating. We'll work with you on how to prepare for interviews and you'll learn new, simple and effective interviewing skills. You'll also learn how to avoid common interview mistakes.
     
  • How to identify your true skills. Often, we have a very narrow perception of what talents and expertise we have to offer, when in fact, we posses a variety of skills we've gained from a lifetime of work. We’ll discuss how to identify the skills that are important to employers and how to transfer your talent to different careers, industries and job sectors.
     
  • Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and blogs.  How do the new social media platforms play into searching for your new job? We'll break through the myths and teach you all you need to know about LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, blogging, video resumes and other social media platforms.
To date, I have trained more than 1,000 professionals about how to become better job seekers. 

Here's what one recent AHJL Bootcamp graduate wrote me:

"I registered for your Bootcamp not fully knowing what to expect and came away with a sound strategy  and a feeling of optimism."
 
Another attendee wrote:

"Bootcamp was just what I needed and felt like your seminar was the breakthrough moment I needed! I haven't had to look for a job in a long time and I feel a lot more focused and not so overwhelmed."

And finally one other graduate wrote:

"Your expertise in branding and how that translates to the job seeking process connected all the dots for me. I felt a lot more focused and have a better understanding of how to market 'my truth' to the what an employer needs."

If you need to turbo charge your job search, I encourage you to consider attending!
 
This season's Career Bootcamps are filling up quickly! I only offer Career Bootcamps a few times a year, so don't miss out!
 
Here are the dates for the upcoming Bootcamps:
 
SPRING 2015 BOOTCAMP SCHEDULE
UNLESS NOTED, ALL BOOTCAMPS ARE
FROM 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
 
Tues. -  April 7
Saturday -  April 11
Thurs. - April 16 (6-10 p.m.)

Tues. - April 21
Tues. -  April 28
Fri. - May 1
 
Location:
Argosy University
ARGOSY UNIVERSITY
7600 E. Eastman Avenue
Denver, CO 80231 | Map
Refreshments will be served.

There are only a limited number of spots available
for each session so please respond ASAP.

 
 


EMPLOYERS!  Connect with job seekers on AH Jobs List!

Employers!  In addition to posting jobs and receiving resumes from job seekers, on AH Jobs List, you can also SEARCH for great talent at no cost! Today there are close to 100 entry, mid and senior level job seekers who have posted their professional summaries on AH Jobs List Jobseeker profiles!  Most of these profiles have hyperlinks to their full LinkedIn profiles.
 
Job Seekers! Seriously. It works. Don't hesitate. Post your profile today. Employers are looking for you.

Posting an AH Jobs List Jobseeker Profile will turbo-charge your job search and get you noticed and reach employers today.
  • Who are you?
  • What skills do you have to offer? 
  • What accomplishments define your value to your next employer? 
  • What do you want to do? 
  • What do you value in your work?
These are questions that will help you to create specific focus on the career you are really searching for. 

When you are done, post your profile on Andrew Hudson's Jobs List, where recruiters from companies and nonprofits across Colorado are browsing for new employees. These recruiters are actively hiring for their companies; They WANT to find you and find a place for you in their company.

To post your Jobseeker Profile, click here.
 
Nonprofit of the Week

The Douglas/Elbert Task Force



The Douglas/Elbert Task Force is a 501(c)3 non-profit human service organization dedicated to providing assistance to people in Douglas and Elbert County who are in serious economic need, at risk of homelessness, or in a similar crisis. We address immediate needs by consistently providing counseling, food and other necessities for homeless, low income and the working poor people in our community. We concentrate on the causes of hunger by actively working on issues that affect the newly underemployed, the unemployed and those on fixed incomes, disabled and the elderly. We meet these challenges with over 230 volunteers, two full-time and nine part-time staff. Each client receives one-on-one counseling. We provide quality screening, service delivery and meaningful referrals for clients. Task Force client walk-in client service hours are 9 am-12 pm, M-F.

In fiscal year January – December 2013, we served 14,740 people. Over 6,000 or 41% of the people we served are children! People who are in crisis operate under incredible stress. Having a calm, warm, quiet place to come, and being greeted and made welcome by a smiling volunteer immediately diffuses some of that stress. For the kids, we provide an airy, quiet space with room for them to play safely. Having the opportunity to be listened to and to be heard by staff who not only understand but who can often make a difference that day is an incredible relief, particularly for clients with children. We go through many, many boxes of tissues, and hugs are given liberally at the Task Force.

Brief History: in 1984, local parishioners of several Castle Rock churches joined forces to create a centralized location to send people in need. The founders also wanted to encourage volunteerism by providing opportunities for the members of their congregations to become directly involved with the needs in their communities.

2013 Impact Statistics

Food and Toiletries: approximately 86% of our clients receive these basic services. We also provide diapers, formula, and special dietary items. We also distributed $761,491 in food, hygiene and household supplies.
   
We conduct two off-site Food Banks monthly at low-income senior housing units, providing approximately $75,000 of food/hygiene assistance per year to senior citizens in need.
   
Housing Assistance: we assist clients who present eviction or foreclosure notices with up to $250 in financial assistance in order to prevent homelessness, and help clients with security deposits to obtain new living arrangements. We provided $56,624 in assistance for 214 households.
   
Utility Assistance: we provide utility assistance (heat, electric, water) to clients with shut-off notices. We provided $157,007 in assistance for 595 households.
   
Emergency Overnight Lodging: in conjunction with the Police and Sheriff’s Departments, we provide a total of $18,839 in vouchers for two to nine nights lodging for homeless or transient individuals and families.
   
Clothing, Household Items: clients may “shop” for free in Treasures on Park Street for clothing and shoes, household items and furniture. We distributed almost 39,000 items from Treasures valued at $116,998.
   
ID Documentation: we assisted clients in securing the documentation needed for housing applications, school and social services including Colorado State IDs, birth certificates, police records, etc.
   
Information and Referral: staff and volunteers made thousands of referrals connecting clients to other agencies and resources to provide long-term solutions to problems.
   
Santa’s Sharing: this program sponsored 195 families with the support of community individuals and organizations for the holidays in 2013. Donors provided gift cards and approximately 3,500 toys. Parents may also use our Toy Chest (Birthday Room) year round if they cannot afford birthday gifts for their children, or if their child needs a new gift to attend another’s birthday party.
   
Treasures on Park Street: Our thrift store accepts donations of new and gently used merchandise for resale. Proceeds help fund our programs and remain in our community. Treasures on Park Street revenues were $363,964 –revenue returned to our neighbors!
   
Task Force Volunteers: provided 30,759.5 hours of service, valued at $681,015, the equivalent of 23 full-time staff. Community Service Volunteers contributed an additional 3,688.5 hours, valued at $36,885, the equivalent of 1.2 full-time staff.

Client Service Personnel
Douglas/Elbert Task Force
Castle Rock


Job Description:


Client Service personnel reports to the Deputy Director of the organization and is responsible for interviewing, evaluating need, awarding services and documenting and reporting activity of clients served by Douglas/Elbert Task Force.

- Meets one-on-one with clients experiencing financial crisis.
- Assesses client needs, determines available agency assistance and provides referrals when appropriate.
- Submits client food orders to the food bank.
- Works closely with volunteers to ensure an orderly flow of client movement through the system during service hours.
- Advocates for clients with landlords, utility companies, etc.
- Pays client bills in accordance with grant requirements, agency policies and agency budget.
- Records client information and assistance (computer and paper files).
- Works closely with the Deputy Director to prepare information for grant application and reporting.
- Collaborates closely with other human services agencies to meet client needs.
- Represents the agency at functions outside of normal client service hours.
- Participates in special projects at the request of leadership.
- Engages in planning meetings to develop and implement additional client service and program initiatives.

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Have a great week,


 
 

JOBS OF THE WEEK





Global Brand Manager - DragonVale
Backflip Studios
Boulder, CO

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Director of Communications
Childrens Hospital Colorado
Aurora, CO 80045

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Director of Marketing and Branding - Denver International Airport
City and County of Denver
Denver International Airport

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Client Service Personnel
Douglas/Elbert Task Force
Castle Rock

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Web Manager
Dr. Sear
I25 & C470

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Senior Accountant
Clayton Early Learning
Denver, Colorado
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Instructional/ePortfolio Designer, Center for Faculty Development
Metropolitan State University of Denver

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Director of Major Gifts
Metropolitan State University of Denver

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SOCIAL WORK VISITING FACULTY (CATEGORY II) DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK
Metropolitan State University of Denver

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Manager of Intranet Communications
Denver Public Schools
Denver

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Executive Director
Eating Recovery Center Foundation
Denver, CO

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Web Production Specialist
National Jewish Health

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Senior Business Analyst
Regional Transportation District (RTD)

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Administrative & Database Assistant
The CELL
Denver, CO

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Director of Business Development
Eating Disorder Center of Denver
Denver

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Bilingual Executive Administrative Assistant
Mi Casa TalentSolutions
Denver Metro Area

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Office Mgr/Receptionist
Johnson Kightlinger & Co.
Boulder

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Special Events Intern
The Morgan Adams Foundation
Denver

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Budget/Policy Analyst
Office of State Planning and Budgeting
Denver

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Communications Aid
Padres & Jovenes Unidos
Denver

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Finance and Operations Coordinator
Community Resource Center (CRC)
Denver

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Blueprint Fellows Program
Blueprint Schools Network
Denver, CO

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Solution Designer
Presence of IT
Fort Collins

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Director of Accounting & Financial Reporting
Mile High United Way
Denver

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Policy Director
LiveWell Colorado
Denver

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Administrative Professional
AWWA

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Behavior Manager
Dumb Friends League
Denver

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Western Slope Coordinator
Rocky Mountain PBS
Grand Junction, CO

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Project Administrator
BuildSafe Environmental, LTD
Denver

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Marketing writer/editor
K2
Denver, CO 80202

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Product Manager
Elevations Credit Union
Boulder, Colorado

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Graphic Designer
Thule
Niwot

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Senior Editor
ALM Media
Centennial

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B2B Sales - Stability, Great Culture, and a Base?
Native Rank
Downtown Denver

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Inside Sales Representative
OpenTable
Denver

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Director of Development
Civic Center Conservancy
Denver

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Legal Intern - Labor law
National Conference of State Legislatures
Denver

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Information Policy & Technology Intern
National Conference of State Legislatures
Denver

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Criminal Justice Research Intern
National Conference of State Legislatures
Denver

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Policy Specialist
National Conference of State Legislatures
Denver

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Marketing Internship
AirFresh Marketing
Denver

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Senior Account Executive
Cannabrand
Denver, CO

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Marketing Assistant
Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell LLP
Denver

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Content Coordinator
One Touch Intelligence
Greenwood Village

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Inside Sales Representative
National Technology Transfer
Centennial, CO

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Associate Advisor
LotusGroup Advisors
Denver

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PR/Social Media Intern
Barnhart Communications

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Print Project Manager
Henry Wurst Inc
Denver, CO

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Marketing Internship
Crestone Capital Advisors, LLC
Boulder

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Social Media Specialist
Professional Ski Instructors of America and American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI)
Lakewood

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Executive Director
Science of Mind Foundation
Genessee, CO

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Account Specialist
ImageSeller
Denver

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Learning Consortium Marketing Coordinator (part-time contract position)
Scrum Alliance
Westminister

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Manager, Member Services
Inspirato
Denver, CO

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Marketing Generalist
Strategic Programs, Inc.
Denver

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ASSOCIATE - QUANTITATIVE MARKET RESEARCH FOCUS
CORONA INSIGHTS
DENVER, CO

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Denver Math Fellows
Denver Math Fellows
Denver

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