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career services

As seasons change, so can your career. Join your Alumni Association and the UNC Office of Career Services for upcoming career and professional development opportunities this fall. On campus and online opportunities offer alumni career support and resources no matter where they live. [READ FULL POST]

Carter Hall

Updates on the UNC Presidential Search including a link to provide feedback and details regarding the next Telephone Town Hall phonecast. [READ FULL POST]

Social Media Essentials for Recent Graduates

The use of social media can make or break a near or recent graduate's personal brand, job search or career advancement. Yikes! But don't worry, UNC's marketing chair and social media professor Denny McCorkle shares his top tips for students and alumni navigating the digitally connected world of work. [READ FULL POST]

Kay Norton

University of Northern Colorado President Kay Norton announced during her annual State of the University address, that she will retire as president at the end of June. Highlighting both university opportunities and challenges, President Norton shared why she was proud to lead the university and looks forward to helping recruit UNC's next leader. [READ FULL POST]

Stephanie Torrez

As UNC's student body grows, its commitment to supporting students and providing necessary services must evolve. Meet Stephanie Torrez, the university leader - and alumna - who is setting the strategy and direction for the future of student success. [READ FULL POST]

UNC Alumni

Thank you to the many alumni and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper for sharing your words of welcome with the incoming class of UNC Bears. [READ FULL POST]

student bianca acosta at CUE

Bears take care of Bears, and being part of the Bear community means, no matter where you are, you’re never without a helping hand when you need it most. When student Bianca Acosta suffered extensive damage to her home and faced the impossible choice to either drop out of school to afford to fix it or stay in school and risk homelessness with her 10-year-old daughter, her UNC network took action to help. We asked Bianca to share her story. [READ FULL POST]