Here is a list of links and resources available across CU Boulder. Please also check out the calendar for events happening at CU and beyond. 


Career Services for Graduate Students
Whether you are interested in pursuing a career in academia or exploring the broad range of alternative professional options, Career Services has resources tailored specifically to your needs. We offer individual appointments, workshops and online resources that can help you identify your transferable skills, search for jobs, prepare your job application documents, and bring you face to face with potential employers.


Office of Postdoctoral Affairs 
The mission of the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA) is to enhance and support postdoctoral training and career development, help build a sense of community among postdocs, and serve as a resource to campus and affiliated national laboratories.
And communications of the OPA and PAC are HERE


Post-doctoral Association of Colorado
The Postdoctoral Association of Colorado (PAC) was formed in 2004 to serve the needs of individuals holding postdoctoral positions at the University of Colorado Boulder or in the national labs collaborating on campus research projects.


Professional Development Resources from the Graduate School
Professional development is a vital element of graduate education. In coordination with partners across campus, the Graduate School helps graduate students cultivate the skills you need to succeed -- whether you are planning a career in public service, government, the private sector, or academia. 
 - Upcoming events for the Graduate School
 - Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students


Institutional Membership to the NCFDD
National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) is a company that was founded almost a decade ago by a tenured professor who decided that helping faculty succeed in the academy was her true calling.CU now has an institutional membership to this resouce. Click the link to activate your membership. 


RIO Funding/Proposal Support
The Research & Innovation Office at CU provides many resources to identify funding opportunities and help you be successful at getting funding. Check out their links to FIND FUNDING. And then get help writing your proposals
Also, check out the RIO Early Investigator Opportunities and Resources webpage

Versatile PhD
The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, Career Services, the Graduate School, and CIRES have partnered to offer postdoctoral associates and fellows across campus access to Versatile PhD. Versatile PhD is the largest online community dedicated to non-academic and non-faculty careers for PhDs in the humanities, social sciences, and STEM. Learn about careers for PhDs, build your network, and communicate with people with various careers. 


Josephine Jones Speaking Lab
The Speaking Lab is dedicated to improving the quality and impact of the College of Media, Communication and Information’s student voices, in the classroom and beyond. Students can schedule one-on-one consultations for any part of the presentation process—from generating a powerful thesis, crafting persuasive and ethical arguments to polishing your delivery. Our coaches are Communication PhD students who are eager to help you build confidence in your speaking presence.