Smart, successful people know that to stay ahead of the game, it’s essential to keep up with the conversation and where career trends are heading. Stay up to date with the latest industry specifics, job search strategies, interview methods and leadership practices. The CSUF Career Center enhances your chances of being competitive in our global economy and can help you build the infrastructure that will help to design a 4-year plan-of-action so you can secure a professional position when you graduate! Now is the time to identify your values, interests, skills and abilities that will lead to a satisfying career.
Take Action today and outline the campus services, experiences, and events — that will make YOU stand out above the rest! So begin by finding the Career Center, meeting our Career Specialist in the college Student Success Centers, visit faculty during office hours, see your academic/major advisor every semester, and learn as much as you can about career options and additional training needed in the field.
Next, take advantage of internships, community service, volunteer opportunities, and student leadership assignments. Spending time on career exploration and gaining valuable work related experience is one of the best educational investments YOU can make. Related work experience is one of the best predictors of future professional success.
Ultimately, YOUR success will be a manifestation of your career savvy — invest time in developing the latest skills necessary to get your dream job. You will find that your professional experiences are vital in shaping and creating the future you desire.
Meet ELIZABETH BOBADILLA — Our HHD CAREER SPEACIALIST
hosts office hours every week in both college STUDENT SUCCESS CENTERS!
Office Hours: Tuesday 11:00am-12:30pm and Thursday 2:30pm-4:00pm in EC105.
For more information, email Elizabeth Munoz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAREER BOOKS YOU NEED TO READ NOW
Child & Adolescent Studies Department Resources
Careers Working with Children & Adolescents
Public Health Department Resources
101 Careers in Health Science and Public Health
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