The Career Center helps students and alumni in developing, evaluating, and/or implementing self-directed career, education, and employment decisions and plans. The Career Center collaborates with employers, faculty/staff, and student organizations to assist in the search process for part-time student employment, internship/co-op programs, and full-time professional employment.
On-campus employers post part-time student employment vacancies on MonsterTrak.com:
Off-campus employers post vacancy announcements on MonsterTrak.com:
NOTE: Many employers do not use MonsterTrak.com. Vacancy announcements received by fax or mail are placed in notebooks in the resource library located in the Career Center.
On-campus recruiting by employers:
Career Counseling is available by appointment to currently enrolled students or members of the SFSU Alumni Association to discuss career-related issues. Services include career-related self-assessments, career exploration, career planning, resumé and cover letter critiques, practice interviews, and developing self-directed job search strategies. Short 10-minute sessions are available on a drop-in basis Monday through Friday.
The Career Center offers a class to provide students with assistance in making effective career decisions. Students learn about the process of career decision making through numerous hands-on activities and in-class exercises. Career Exploration and Decision Making, COUN 325, is offered each semester.
A variety of career resources are located in the Career Center, such as career information, job search materials, books, directories, and other items to assist students and alumni in developing self-directed job search strategies.
The Career Center is located in the Student Services Building, Room 206, and can be reached at (415) 338-1761 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Their web page can be visited at www.sfsu.edu/~career.
1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132 (415) 338-1111
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