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  • Faculty and Staff
    opportunity to spend some quality and in depth time resolving current and future issues including but not limited to life transitions career work and educational planning decision making and goal setting assessment of skills values and interests exploration of barriers to educational and employment goals and job search strategies We offer walk in career counseling services to assist you in identifying what Career Center programs and services will be most beneficial The Career Center also offers follow up 50 minute career counseling appointments for those who would like to work with a Career Counselor on an ongoing basis Faculty and staff are also welcome to attend any of the events that are offered each semester as well as utilize the Career Resource Library to explore and research the world of work We offer assistance with specific job search techniques including practice for interview sessions resume and cover letter writing job search strategies completing applications and identifying resources and job listings available at Sacramento State and in the Sacramento area community If you are unable to utilize Career Center services or visit us during the day the Career Center also offers evening career counseling services for faculty and staff and members of the community Our evening career counseling services are available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the semester Students completing their master s degree in counseling with a specialization in Career Counseling and Development provide the evening services They are supervised on site by Career faculty from the Department of Counselor Education You are welcome to visit the Career Center anytime Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm If you have any questions or need further information about Career Center services and programs including the evening program please feel free to contact us at 916 278 6231 or visit the Career Center Lassen Hall Room 1013 Career Connection Faculty Staff have access to Hornet Career Connection as faculty job seekers or as an employer Faculty All Sacramento State faculty may register for a Hornet Career Connection account as faculty This account can be used to access Career Center events and to review employer contacts Click New User Registration to get started or sign into your existing account CLICK HERE FOR NEW USER REGISTRATION OR TO SIGN INTO YOUR ACCOUNT Job Seekers All Sacramento State faculty and staff may register for Hornet Career Connection as a job seeker using their Sacramento State email address and the Hornet Career Connection registration password given out by the Career Center Job Seekers utilize the students module of Hornet Career Connection CLICK HERE TO LOGIN AS A JOB SEEKER student Employers Sacramento State faculty and staff may also register for Hornet Career Connection as employers to list general and or student assistant positions You may also use this service to post part time jobs for personal needs housecleaning yardwork childcare tutoring etc CLICK HERE TO LOGIN AS AN EMPLOYER Services Free online career management system Job Listings full time part time on campus jobs internships co

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/Faculty-and-Staff.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Strategic Planning And Assessment
    develops and delivers student experiential learning programs that include but are not limited to the all major s Career Fair On Campus Recruitment Educator Expo Resume Makeover Speed Interview the Arts Letters Professional Seminar Series Internship Awareness Week and numerous workshops and presentations that support the career development of our students The Career Center provides comprehensive career services to its students which aligns with the universities strategic goals Mission Through career development we engage educate and empower our students to thrive and successfully contribute to today s economic workforce Vision The Career Center will be a nationally recognized centralized campus destination for students and employers who seek comprehensive career services to advance their careers and meet recruitment goals for a lifetime Values Professionalism Career Development Diversity Inclusion Community Partnership Integrity University Goal 1 Enhance Student Learning and Success Strategies and Indicators of Achievement Collect and provide the university at large with data on student career development and career placement post graduation using a specialized software program to survey all graduating senior students The survey implementation goal is a 65 response rate University Goal 3 Commit to Engaging the Community by Building Enduring Partnerships to Strengthen and Enrich the Region Strategies and Indicators of Achievement Establish a campus partner and sponsorship program to increase visibility and recognition of Sacramento area employers seeking to hire Sac State graduates By launch in fall 2016 there will be a 20 increase in the number of new employer contacts and platinum level employer sponsors University Goal 5 Engage Students in a Comprehensive University Experience Strategies and Indicators of Achievement Offer more students career development assistance by helping more faculty to incorporate career development into their academic coursework By utilizing web based software in addition to in person presentations the Career Center will increase the number

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/spa/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • College to Career - Career Readiness Workshop
    Resources Workshops Parking Transportation UTAPS Sacramento State Brand Center University Policy Manual Webmail Sacramento State My Sac State Go My Sac State Quick Links Jobs Find A Person or Department Faculty Webpages A Z Index Contact Event Calendar Academic Calendars About Colleges Majors Arts Letters Business Administration Continuing Education Education Engineering Computer Science Health Human Services Natural Sciences Mathematics Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies Academic Departments Student Life Admissions Undergraduate Graduate Financial Aid for Future Students Athletics Make a Gift College to Career C2C A Comprehensive Career Readiness Program Take the Next Step toward Career Success The College to Career C2C Internship Boot Camp a partnership between Sacramento State s Career Center and University Advancement division provides recent college graduates with essential career readiness training and the possibility of an internship placement upon completion of the Boot Camp It connects students and graduates with a variety of Sacramento area employers who are seeking the next generation of employment talent in the STEM science technology engineering and math and liberal arts majors Spring 2016 Schedule Session Date s Time Session A March 28 29 30 and April 1 9 a m 3 p m Session B April 4 5 6 7 9 a m 3 p m Session A B April 8 10 a m 1 p m Alumnus Student Internship Boot Camp Opportunities Self assessment Goal Setting Career Exploration Job Search Strategies Professionalism on the Job Networking with Other New Professionals Seeking Employment Resume Writing Dressing for Success Interviewing Personal Contacts with Employers Priority Consideration to Interview with Employers Potential Internships Alumnus Student Application Information Business Opportunities Participate in Culminating Network Event on April 8 from 11 a m 1 p m Gain Access to Talented Sac State Graduates for Paid Internships Network with New Professionals Seeking Employment Share Information About

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/c2c-dev/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Arts and Letters Professional Seminar Series
    a Job Search through Social Media Starting a Business and Effective Resume and Cover Letter Writing Registration Registration will be open to the following majors Art Communication Studies Dance English Film Studies French Graphic Design History Humanities and Religious Studies Interior Design Journalism Music Philosophy Photography Spanish and Theatre A certificate of completion will be available to students who register for and attend five out of the six seminars Prior to Census Date February 19 2016 students may also have the opportunity to enroll in one unit of credit through their academic department for the Spring 2016 semester Seminar Topics February 10 2016 Personal Branding and Networking Presenter Josh Johnstone Alumnus Corporate Marketing Director POS Portal Engage in conversation with a marketing expert on how to develop your personal brand and network for your job search You will learn tips to brand yourself on paper in person and online You will also learn strategies to effectively build your network for the job search February 17 2016 Experiential Learning through Internships and Jobs Presenter Martin Vo Creative Director CEO CineCrown Employers are looking for recent graduates with experience Discover strategies to gain the most out of your next internship or job to prepare for your career As a successful business owner our guest speaker will share critical tips to increase your skillset through internships and market your experience during the job search February 24 2016 Starting a Business Presenter Robbin Yasso Economic Development Specialist Small Business Administration Sacramento District Office Are you interested in being your own boss Hear from an expert in the field of small business development on tips to start your own company Whether you would like to work independently or create a small team you will learn the first steps of starting a business March 9 2016

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/ALPSS/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Hornet Career Connection: Students
    No Guarantee of Results The Sacramento State Career Center is not an employment agency or a recruiting firm and makes no representations or guarantees regarding the effectiveness or timeliness of the site in meeting the employment objectives of users Sacramento State Career Center does not guarantee that documents posted by users will result in candidates being hired or positions being filled and is not responsible for any employment decision made by any user 4 Warrant Disclaimers a The site is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind express or implied Sacramento State Career Center to the fullest extent permitted by law disclaims all warranties including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability title non infringement of third parties rights and fitness for particular purpose Sacramento State Career Center makes no warranties about the accuracy reliability completeness or timeliness of the site b Without Limitation on the Forgoing 1 Sacramento State Career Center does not warrant that the site will operate error free or that the site and its servers are free of computer viruses or other harmful mechanisms If your use of the site directly or indirectly results in the need for servicing or replacing equipment or data Sacramento State Career Center is not responsible for those costs 2 Sacramento State Career Center makes no representations or guarantees regarding the truthfulness accuracy completeness timeliness or reliability of any documents posted by users or of any other form of communication engaged in by users Documents may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors You agree that any reliance on documents posted by users or on any other form of communication with users will be at your own risk 3 Sacramento State Career Center makes no representations or guarantees regarding the content of the site including but not limited to broken links inaccuracies or typographical errors 5 Damage Limitations Allocations of Liability And Equitable Relief a You assume all responsibility and risk for your use of the site the internet generally and the documents you post or access and for your conduct on and off the site Some potential risks include but are not limited to the risk of physical harm of dealing and communicating with strangers persons outside the jurisdiction of the United States minors or persons acting under false pretenses b In no event shall Sacramento State Career Center or any of its officers directors employees or agents be liable for any indirect damages whatsoever including without limitation incidental and consequential damages lost profits or damages resulting from lost data lost employment opportunity or business interruption resulting or arising from or in connection with the use of or access to or the inability to use or access the site and or any document whether based on warrant contract tort or any other legal theory and whether or not Sacramento State Career Center is advised of the possibility of such damages c Because some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation or liability for

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  • Cooperative Education
    cmcgee csus edu Career Events s a csus edu Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Follow Us Students Cooperative Education Mission Statement Definition Student Benefits of Cooperative Education Cooperative Education Forms Cooperative Education Coordinator Contacts Mission Statement The mission of the California State University Sacramento Cooperative Education program in partnership with faculty and employers serves two purposes To provide upper division and graduate students with paid degree enhancing professional work experience To foster the career development of lower division students by promoting and encouraging their involvement in experiential learning activities This mutually beneficial relationship encourages student growth by providing opportunities that link classroom theory with world of work practice Cooperative Education empowers students to make informed career decisions and move toward achieving an advantage in a competitive job market while earning academic credit Definition The Cooperative Education program works with students and employers to help students find paid Co op positions that relate to their academic majors How does a Co op position differ from an internship While an internship may be paid or unpaid a co op position is always a paid position and students are required to enroll in an academic course for variable credit Additionally students must be a junior senior or graduate student Co ops are high level positions that allow students to directly apply what they have learned in their coursework Student Benefits of Cooperative Education Gains practical knowledge of career field Enhances traditional classroom learning methods Augments resume and network of professional contact Brings greater meaning to education Increases professional self confidence Improves academic competence when compared with students not participatiang in Coop Allows pre test of career options Earns money while gaining college credit Cooperative Education Forms Co op Application Co op Facts Co op Policies Co op Faculty Recommendation Co

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  • Cooperative Education
    Mission Statement The mission of the California State University Sacramento Cooperative Education program in partnership with faculty and employers serves two purposes To provide upper division and graduate students with paid degree enhancing professional work experience To foster the career development of lower division students by promoting and encouraging their involvement in experiential learning activities This mutually beneficial relationship encourages student growth by providing opportunities that link classroom theory with world of work practice Cooperative Education empowers students to make informed career decisions and move toward achieving an advantage in a competitive job market while earning academic credit Definition The Cooperative Education program works with students and employers to help students find paid Co op positions that relate to their academic majors How does a Co op position differ from an internship While an internship may be paid or unpaid a co op position is always a paid position and students are required to enroll in an academic course for variable credit Additionally students must be a junior senior or graduate student Co ops are high level positions that allow students to directly apply what they have learned in their coursework Employer Benefits of Cooperative Education Provides access to knowledgeable highly qualified pre screened candidates who perform their jobs with enthusiasm and professionalism Offers cost effective long term recruitment and retention Helps employers meet cyclical project or short term needs without a long term commitment Allows for more flexibility in staffing needs frees up higher paid employees to do higher priority work Meets short term staffing needs Increases cost effective productivity Affords a source of fresh ideas important to a rapidly changing industry Fosters a partnership between industry and the institution in developing future work force needs Grants opportunity for present employees to develop in the area of student supervision

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/Employers/coop-education.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Self Exploration
    exploration results and activities are meant to provide you with useful information about yourself as well as majors and occupations you might be interested to explore further they are not the final word on what is right for your future Your self exploration option s will be determined by a career counselor based upon your individual preferences and the education and career decisions you would like to make Self Exploration Options Self exploration Activity Sheets These activity worksheets are designed to help you organize information about yourself We recommend that you meet with a Career Counselor to discuss your results and how the information might relate to exploring college majors and career paths Strong Interest Inventory The Strong Interest Inventory instrument is based on the idea that individuals are more satisfied and productive when they work in jobs or at tasks that they find interesting The online version of the Strong Interest Inventory instrument takes about 45 minutes to complete Your personalized report identifies occupations and majors you might wish to explore further based upon your results Myers Briggs Type Indicator The Myers Briggs Type Indicator instrument provides information that you can use to make decisions about preferences you have about job tasks work environments and how you make decisions Knowing your MBTI type may for example prove helpful in deciding what specific areas of law medicine education or business you might prefer SkillScan SkillScan is a card sort activity that helps students identify skills they have acquired through life experiences including school and work In addition the assessment allows you to identify your most preferred skills and skill categories you would like to use in your career choice Self Directed Search The Self Directed Search SDS asks questions about your interests and abilities It then produces a 3 letter

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/students/Career%20Planning%20Process/Self%20Exploration/index.html (2016-02-12)
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