Career Services Manager Laurie Sein is here to assist you!

Laurie graduated with her undergraduate degree in psychology and earned an MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management. She is a Certified Professional Résumé Writer (CPRW) through the Professional Association of Résumé Writers. Laurie is a Colorado native, a country music fan and concert enthusiast.

A relationship builder and career consultant with 11 years of experience in higher education coaching students on their employability skills, Laurie develops and facilitates job preparation workshops, provides career strategies to job seekers, and helps recruit in-demand pharmacy talent. She enjoys serving pharmacy students and graduates who are pursuing opportunities such as, internships, residencies, and employment as a pharmacist in a variety of practice settings. She is energized by the changing career landscape for pharmacists, and the significant role they serve in the patient care team.

Drop by her office or contact her by phone or email to inquire about workshops.

Career and self-discovery

Gain awareness of pharmacist career pathways, research salary, and take actionable steps toward your career.

The APhA Career Pathway Evaluation Program for Pharmacy Professionals helps pharmacy students build awareness of the variety of pharmacy practice areas and includes a decision making process to make informed career decisions. Students can participate in the workshop on campus facilitated by Career Services.

Visit CareerOneStop sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor to find resources related to pharmacy certifications, local and national job boards, and find salary information within a specific geographical area.

The Career Exploration series offers students the opportunity to hear from a variety of professionals about their role in pharmacy. The series includes the annual fall Career Exploration Fair and multiple panel discussions with pharmacist practitioners offered in a lunch-and-learn format and is held each semester.

LinkedIn Learning Courses

Bill George on Self Awareness, Authenticity, and Leadership

Leading with Emotional Intelligence Building Resilience

LinkedIn Learning Videos

Checking awareness

Initiative

Career planning and application development

Develop both short-term and long-term goals, gain experiences and skills to prepare for the future, and develop application materials for an internship, residency or fellowship, or employment as a pharmacist.

Finding and landing a job in a pharmacy practice setting you'll enjoy is a big deal. And at CU's Skaggs School of Pharmacy, we know it's important to you. That's why we offer several career programs, events, and opportunities for our students to get off the right foot. Check out our Career Event Calendar on Handshake for more!

Students at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy can get personalized guidance on their resume, cover letter, career goals, and more. Whether you are looking for a position providing patient care in a hospital or clinical setting or want to open your own practice or deep dive into research, we are here to help get you on the right path for success. Meet our Career Services Manager.

Linkedin Learning Courses

Building Your Professional Network

Professional Networking

Developing Resourcefulness

Communicating with Confidence

Developing Ideas and Advertising Concepts

Targeted job search or postgraduate training delivery

Each semester, we host the Hire CU Pharmacy Career Fair and Interview Day designed to give you an insider's perspective into the kinds of jobs you can get with a PharmD. At our fairs, you'll have the opportunity to network with professionals, apply and interview for positions, and find the right career path for you.

Looking for residency? We've got you covered. Many of our students go on to residencies throughout the country. While at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy, you'll have the opportunity to attend a residency application workshops that better prepare you to apply for a PGY1 residency program. A PGY1 pharmacy residency program builds upon the PharmD education by contributing to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for the medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions.

Nationwide school rankings, licensing pass rates, employment and residency outcomes and on-time graduation rates show that our school is exceptional.

LinkedIn Learning Courses

Decision-Making Strategies

Making Decisions

Critical Thinking

Become a Successful Job Hunter

LinkedIn Learning Videos

Discernment and decision making in mentoring

Making decisions

Decision-making

Use the 80/20 rule to think critically

The importance of critical thinking

Use the 5 whys of critical thinking

Next steps to thinking critically

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The career search platform for CUPharmacy students.

Mailing address:

University of Colorado School of Pharmacy
Mail Stop C238
12850 E. Montview Blvd. V20-1116W
Aurora, CO 80045

Office Location:

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Building (V20)
First Floor
Room 1116W

Contact:

Voice: 303-724-0250
Fax: 303-724-7330
E-Mail: Laurie.Sein@CUAnschutz.edu