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  • Researching the World of Work
    global marketplace CareerOneStop CareerOneStop is the result of collaboration between the U S Department of Labor and the U S Department of Education It is designed to provide information on high growth in demand occupations along with the skills and education needed to attain those jobs Choices Planner Choices Planner is an online career information delivery system that helps students compare connect and choose from a vast network of work and education options effortlessly building powerful plans Using Choices students can gather information about occupations industries educational programs salaries related occupations educational requirements tied to various occupations and occupational videos In addition students can learn about themselves through the use of the Work Values Sorter Transferable Skills Checklist Interest Profiler and the Workplace Skills Checklist while creating an online Portfolio at the same time to save your self exploration and research information To access Choices Planner proceed through the following steps Go to www bridges com On the Student Sign In page click on the Site ID tab to enter Choices and not create a Portfolio Students can save all their work in Choices in their Portfolio Click on the Site ID tab and enter 0110689 Password careercenter Click on the Choices Planner under Your Tools To create a Portfolio and save your work in Choices select the create a new portfolio link After creating an account resign in at the Portfolio Name tab on the Student Sign In page Glassdoor Glassdoor com gives you an inside look at company salaries reviews and interview questions for more than 80 000 companies O NET Online O NET Online is the nation s primary source of occupational information The database also provides the basis for our Career Exploration Tools a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find

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  • Researching the World of Work
    Information System EUREKA is an online career information system that provides information on college majors and universities including community college and vocational programs The system also has information on occupations and career fields as well as career assessments you can take to explore information about yourself In order to login to EUREKA 1 Go to www eureka org Click Sign Up 2 Under Students Clients enter Site ID Code SDJOP5F click Next 3 Complete the personal information form 4 Double click on your counselor teacher s name if listed Click Next 5 Choose a Log in name and Password Sacramento State Majors View a list of Sacramento State undergraduate majors with links to each academic major s home page Academic advisors in each department are available to answer any questions you might have and provide you more information about the major Assist Exploring Majors Assist helps you explore majors offered at UC and CSU campuses It provides several paths you can take to learn about specific majors requirements for majors major preparation at community colleges and transferring courses to the University of California or California State University Sacramento State Clubs Organizations Sacramento State student clubs and organizations provide a great way for students with similar interests to meet Academic clubs often invite professionals from the world of work to club meetings or events Clubs and organizations also are a great way for students to build their support network Sacramento State Career Center The Career Center provides walk in career counseling services and follow up career counseling sessions Assistance with choosing a major changing your major relating your major to the world of work and developing an education or career plan Sacramento State Academic Advising Center The Academic Advising Center offers new student orientation mandatory freshman advising and advising on General

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  • Decision Making
    On Campus Recruitment Partnerships and Sponsorships Alumni and Community Services Career Counseling EMBA Program Career Planning Process Faculty and Staff Vice President for Student Affairs Office Strategic Planning And Assessment College 2 Career Internship Boot Camp Contact Us Lassen Hall 1013 916 278 6231 careercenter csus edu Jobs Career Connection jobs csus edu Internships cmcgee csus edu Career Events s a csus edu Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Follow Us Decision Making and Action Steps Choosing a Major and Career Path Students make decisions every day Choosing a major and or a career field essentially involves the decision making process The effectiveness of choosing a major and career field can be greatly influenced by the information available to you at the point of decision making and the effectiveness of your decision making relies on accurate and up to date information Give due time to gathering information about yourself college majors and the world of work as you go through the process of choosing a major and or career field Relating Education to Work and Career Read the story of Juan and Sasha and how they learned to relate their education to work and career Decision making Chart This chart outlines the major steps in the decision making process This chart outlines a fairly linear process There are additional strategies students may use to help them make decisions about majors and career fields This chart outlines one suggested way students can use to get started Decision making Handout This handout provides the reader with a more detailed outline of the decision making process Career Path Decision making Matrix This handout provides students with a chart to compare and contrast three majors minors We recommend that students meet with an Academic Advisor in each department they are considering as

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  • Experiential Education
    jobs csus edu Internships cmcgee csus edu Career Events s a csus edu Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Follow Us Experiential Education Career Connection Career Connection is the Career Center s online job and career management system This online job posting service allows students to search full time part time internship and volunteer positions within the Sacramento area The system also lists Career Center events and links to those employers participating in Career Center events Informational Interviews An informational interview is a great way to gather first hand information about an occupation or a field you d like to know more about Talking with someone who has knowledge of the field or is already working in the profession can be helpful in obtaining up to date information The information you obtain can also assist you in making a more informed decision about the type of education you need for the career you are considering Job Shadowing Job shadowing is a close cousin of informational interviewing in which career explorers or job seekers conduct short interviews with people in their prospective professions to learn more about those fields Job shadowing can be thought of as an expanded informational interview Where an informational interview typically lasts about a half hour a job shadowing experience can be anywhere from a few hours to a day to a week or more depending on what you can mutually arrange with the person you ve chosen to shadow Internships The Career Center has information and resources available on internships Internships provide students with academically related work experience and in many cases pay Internships are designed to give students the opportunity to work in pre professional positions while still in school Internships are any type of carefully planned and monitored work experience in which

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/students/Career%20Planning%20Process/Experiential%20Education.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Internships Awareness Week
    President for Student Affairs Office Strategic Planning And Assessment College 2 Career Internship Boot Camp Contact Us Lassen Hall 1013 916 278 6231 careercenter csus edu Jobs Career Connection jobs csus edu Internships cmcgee csus edu Career Events s a csus edu Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Follow Us Internship Awareness Week Don t miss the Career Center s 3 rd Annual Internship Awareness Week IAW The week s activities includes presentations by employers and professionals regarding internship opportunities how to find internships and what it takes to be a successful intern Remember it s all about the experience Monday April 25 2016 What Every Intern Needs to Know to be Successful 10 am 11 00 am University Union Forest Suite 2nd Floor Presenter Donavan Davis Group Talent Acquisition Manager Enterprise Holdings Learn about the do s and don t s of interning and how to stand out above the rest Find out straegies for making the most of your internship experience Internships Through UEI What s That 11 30 am 12 30 pm University Union Forest Suite 2nd Floor Presenter Nancy Blanton UEI Human Resources Representative UEI Did you know that UEI University Enterprises Inc is right here on campus They offer internships and jobs Find out how to get them Tuesday April 26 2016 Road Trip Nation Internships 11 30 am 12 30 pm University Union Forest Suite 2nd Floor Presenter Romel Antoine Road Trip Nation Learn how you can find your path by traveling across the U S to interview inspiring leaders from all walks of life Wednesday April 27 2016 Study Abroad 10 am 11 00 am University Union Forest Suite 2nd Floor Presenter Janice Silvers Study Abroad Coordinator International Programs Office of Global Education Back by popular demand It is very possible

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  • Career Connection - Online Job Board
    hiring experience employment or recruiting practices or otherwise 3 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

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  • Capital Fellows Programs - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    Administration Fellowship California Senate Fellows These programs known collectively as the Capital Fellows Programs are nationally recognized The 18 Assembly Fellows 18 Senate Fellows 18 Executive Fellows and 10 Judicial Administration Fellows receive an outstanding opportunity to engage in public service and prepare for future careers while actively contributing to the development and implementation of public policy in California The ranks of former fellows include a Justice of the California Supreme Court members of the United States Congress and the State Legislature a deputy director of the Peace Corps state and local government officials corporate executives and community leaders Frequently Asked Questions Fellowship Poster Fellows in each program work for 10 11 months receive health benefits and a monthly stipend of 2 627 and are employees of Sacramento State They work as full time members of a legislative executive or judicial branch office and are typically given assignments with a significant amount of responsibility and challenges Fellows also enroll as graduate students at Sacramento State and receive graduate units from the Sacramento State Government Department or Public Policy and Administration Program The enrollment fees are paid by the programs The selection process for the fellows programs starts in the late fall when the application period opens Anyone with a bachelor s degree by September 1 2016 and a demonstrated interest in state government and public service is eligible to apply There are no preferred majors Applicants must be 20 years of age by September 1 2016 Graduate postgraduate and mid career applicants are welcome Non U S citizens must provide proof of appropriate immigration status The Capital Fellows Programs do not meet the requirements for F 1 or J 1 visas Fellows are selected in the spring and start their programs in fall with an intensive orientation conducted by the

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  • Career Ambassadors Program
    public speaking skills while gaining invaluable knowledge through close working relationships with the campus and community Description The Career Ambassadors Program CAP was established in August 2015 at Sacramento State as a peer education program designed for students to help other students develop and enhance their career skills This program consists of a team of enthusiastic and outgoing student volunteer leaders who assist with outreaching and promoting the many resources and services the Career Center offers to Sacramento State student The Career Ambassadors utilizes a combination of communication marketing leadership and teamwork skills to effectively support the mission and vision of the Career Center to positively impact students the university and the community Benefits of Career Ambassadors Program Student Ambassadors benefit significantly from participation in the program to include Leadership opportunities available to Student Ambassadors provide additional experience in community service politics social and cultural experiences and develop relationships with administrators on all levels Training and actual experience provides opportunities to develop communication interpersonal organizational public speaking and problem solving skills Community service experience develops a sense of belonging and contributing to the community as well as providing opportunities for personal professional satisfaction in the knowledge that efforts have improved the lives of others Resume enhancement occurs as a direct result of involvement in leadership and community service activities which reflects positively on future applications for employment Letters of recommendation will be made available upon request to Student Ambassadors in appreciation for their service to the campus and the university Recognition awards and scholarship opportunities may be available to eligible Student Ambassadors based on outstanding academic achievement leadership accomplishments and community service efforts How are ambassadors chosen Ambassadors are selected based on their leadership and campus involvement Ambassadors must also demonstrate academic stability Preferred Qualifications Currently enrolled student with a

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/cap/index.html (2016-02-12)
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