Thank you for your interest in developing your students' job search skills! Our desires are to work with you to best meet the needs of our students with our existing resources described below.
- Service Learning at CSU
- Service Learning Syllabus Samples
- Service Learning Guidebook for CSU Faculty (pdf)
- Tips for Providing a Reference (pdf)
- Let Us Teach Your Class
- Career Expos - Fall and Spring
- Referring Classes or Groups to the Career Center for Assignments
- APPLE Internship Information
Would you like to schedule a class lecture?
We provide a 15-30 minute presentations or full class sessions. Lectures are designed to meet your course objectives; topics may be selected from the list below, or we will customize topics for your specific
Select the blue box below to schedule your class presentation, or contact The Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
· What Can I Do With My Major?
· Résumé Writing
· Creating a Professional Portfolio
· Assessment Presentation
· Career Services Overview
· Business Etiquette
· Dressing for Success
· Preparing for Career Fair
· Soft Skills and Transferable Skills
· Job Search Techniques
· Salary Negotiation
· Grad School Preparation
· Four-Year Roadmap for College
· Developing Interview Skills
· Service Learning Opportunities
· Applied Learning Experience (APPLE)
· Marketing Skills as a CSU Athlete
· Marketing Performing Art Experience
· Marketing Organization Experience
· Tour The Career Center
Fall Career Expo - Bring your class!
Wednesday, October 21, 2015 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership, Drew Conference Center
Professional dress required - prize drawing for students
See a list of registered recruiters on theStudent Resource Page
Job expos and career fairs can be critical tools for job search success – whether job-seekers use them to get internships or jobs, or whether job-seekers use them as a networking tool for future employment. Our expos are designed to connect CSU students with local and national recruiters from a variety of businesses, organizations and graduate schools to discuss employment and graduate studies.Our research indicates that CSU’s graduates are waiting too late to begin the job search and career development process. In order to close this gap, we would like to extend an invitation for you and your class to attend CSU’s Fall and Spring Career Expos.
To ensure the best opportunity for valuable interaction with recruiters, students should:
- Dress for success - professional attire is mandatory to attend
- Submit a résumé for critique on the BucCareer Network
- Review a list of participating recruiters on the BucCareer Network
- View tips for career fairs and networking with recruiters on the BucCareer Network
THE CAREER CENTER FOR ASSIGNMENTS
If you wish to refer a group of students to Career Services, whether for individual appointments or for walk-in career advising, including résumé critiques, advice on the selection of a major, or tours of resources, please call us first, at least one week in advance, to discuss preparation. Knowing the number of students expected and planning sufficient time for us to see them is important to ensure the best experience.
Thank you for partnering with Student Services!