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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Student Involvement & Career Center
    directed to Lee Twyman We look forward to working with you on your event Back to Top Facilities in Cesar Chavez Student Center CCSC Room Capacity Description Special Requirements Rosa Park A 35 Meeting Room Rosa Park B 60 Meeting Room Rosa Park C 35 Meeting Room Rosa Park A C 130 Meeting Room 3 standard setups Rosa Parks D 25 Meeting Room 2 Standard setups available Rosa Parks E 25 Meeting Room 2 Standard setups available Rosa Parks F 25 Meeting Room 2 Standard setups available Rack N Cue 50 Billiards and Games Fees may apply Jack Adams Hall 375 Conference Room Fees may apply Meeting with SICC partners is required One scheduled event per day Must be reserved at least 4 weeks in advance Richard Oakes Multicultural Center ROMC T 144 30 50 Meeting Room Multicultural focused programming T 153 18 Conference Room Furniture cannot be moved Drop down screen white board in room T 160 30 Conference Room 2 Standard setups available Drop down screen white board in room Procedure Requesting a room in the CCSC can either be done through applying online or visiting the CCSC scheduling office in T 123 or call 415 405 0723 Once the request is made a tentative confirmation of the reservation will be sent via email to SICC for approval Once the event has been approved by SICC a reply email will be sent to CCSC Meeting Services After CCSC Meeting Services receives confirmation from SICC that the event has been approved a final confirmation of the event will be sent via email by CCSC Meeting Services to the student organization officer in PDF format A SICC University Partners meeting may be needed before event approval depending on size and complexity of the event including all events held in Jack Adams Hall Large events should contact SICC as soon as planning begins to allow staff to best serve support you in your planning Back to Top Facilities in Creative Arts Room Capacity Brown Bag Theater 55 seat capacity Coppola Theatre 150 seat capacity Knuth Hall 320 seat capacity Little Theatre 250 seat capacity McKenna Theatre 700 Studio Theatre 75 seat capacity Standard Classrooms 50 seat or less capacity Large Classrooms Greater than 50 seat capacity Procedure Submit an Event Schdeuling Request Form online through the College of Creative Arts The information submitted online will be reviewed by the College of Creative Arts Office of Event Management If the event is feasible under CCA guidelines the information will be forwarded to SICC for approval The event will be reviewed by SICC staff Please also note that an event planning meeting with SICC University Partners may be needed before event approval depending on size and complexity of the event Large events should contact SICC as soon as planning begins to allow staff to best serve support you in your planning Once approved by SICC staff the event will be given a hold on the CCA Production Calendar The event planner s will

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/facilities.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Code of Conduct
    Sorority Council How to Join Hazing Alternatives To Hazing Colonization Greek Letters Greek Terms Events Programs Leadership Symposium Workshops Career Fair Graduate School Fair Part Time Job Fair SICC Events Calendar Outdoor Events Activities Board SLAB Join SLAB Meet SLAB Student Life Events Center Operating Policies Facility Reservations Rental Rates Decoration Policies Food and Beverages Vendor Program How to Participate Policies Resource Library Majors Careers By Industry Area By College Major For Family Members For International Students For Veterans Leadership Resources General Career Links Faculty Staff GatorJOBS for Faculty Staff Classroom Presentations Organization Advisors SICC Events Conduct Policies Employer Recruiting Policies About Us Staff Directory Quick Links GatorJOBS for Students GatorJOBS for Employers OrgSync Login SICC Facebook SICC Twitter Student Life Calendar Additional Resources links to helpful websites Select a Link Select a Link Dean of Students Campus Recreation Office of Student Conduct Residential Life Associated Students Inc Cesar Chavez Student Center Student Affairs Enrollment Management Search Student Involvement Career Center Search Student Involvement Career Center Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8 a m 5 p m Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update June 9 2014 cp Code of Conduct By attending any Career Event you understand that you are a guest of the sponsoring organizations and agree to abide by the following guidelines During a career event appropriate and inappropriate behavior includes but is not limited to Appropriate Behavior Wearing professional or business casual attire Conducting oneself in a professional and business like manner Lining up and waiting your turn when the sponsoring organization is busy Limiting the number of questions and your time with the sponsoring organizations Follow up with each organization later for more detailed information

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  • Smoke-Free Campus Policy << SF State News << San Francisco State University
    smoke On February 19 1993 Governor Pete Wilson signed and issued Executive Order W 42 93 banning smoking in state owned buildings and leased space Consistent with this order Assembly Bill 291 signed by the Governor on October 11 1993 extended this smoking prohibition to include all state owned passenger vehicles as defined in Section 465 of the California Vehicle Code Both enactments became effective January 1 1994 At its September 2002 meeting the California State University Board of Trustees adopted a resolution that added Section 42356 to Title 5 California Code of Regulations The Section delegated authority to presidents and the chancellor to adopt rules regulating smoking on CSU campuses and properties The resolution was adopted in response to discussions and concerns about secondhand smoke Section 42356 gives presidents and the chancellor authority to set policy regarding regulation of secondhand smoke on campuses grounds and to limit smoking to specified areas or ban smoking on the campus altogether On August 1 2003 as president I issued University Executive Order 03 31 extending the prohibition on outdoor smoking from 20 feet to within 30 feet of a campus building or ground level air intake structure In August 2003 the Franciscan Shops Inc Bookstore decided to end the sales of tobacco products in its snack shops On April 27 2004 the Academic Senate of San Francisco State University approved and transmitted a resolution calling for a smoke free campus This University Executive Directive creates a smoke free campus and limits smoking to specified areas It further prohibits the sale of tobacco products on campus III Provisions A University owned or leased property 1 Effective August 23 2004 The University shall be a smoke free campus Smoking is prohibited on University owned or leased property except for officially posted designated smoking areas

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~news/announce/smokingpolicy.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Career Center
    for an Internship Currently enrolled SF State students in any major at the Sophomore Junior Senior or Graduate levels are eligible Some programs allow alumni to apply within six months to one year of graduation Some employers may require a minimum GPA International students with F1 statuses are eligible if the internship listing does not have government restrictions How Do I Find an Internship Some internships are formalized yearly programs with an application process very similar to an ordinary job On the other hand it is often possible to consult with networking connections to build a custom internship Consider the following sources GatorJOBS our online job listing service is one of the best ways to find an established internship An Internship Directory is available in the Career Center Networking opportunities friends family current or former employers classmates faculty members Print Media Newspapers newsletters job fairs professional associations student organizations professional magazines community service or volunteer groups The Community Involvement Center located in the Humanities Building Room 135 maintains records on hundreds of organizations that offer internships Talk with a Career Counselor in your area of study Where Can I Do an Internship Internships can be located close to home near campus anywhere in the USA or internationally What are the Requirements to Earn University Credit Getting course credit for an internship is like taking any course for credit The course will be listed on your transcript showing that you have practical as well as classroom experience The requirement for credit varies from department to department and is generally determined by your department faculty advisor Your faculty advisor will determine the amount of credit according to your level of responsibility and the number of hours per week on the job A faculty advisor will assess your learning and performance and may require that you write a report or provide a critical analysis of a project The internship must provide you with specific problems to solve and be related to your field of study See the Internship Advisor Contact List at the top of this page for a list of advisors on campus Is There a Charge for Working as an Intern Only internships which are taken for academic credit require tuition payment just like any other course The tuition and charges pay for supervisors monitoring evaluation of your work performance and transcript notation There is no charge for internships not taken for academic credit In fact a wage may be required according to the U S Dept of Labor s Fair Labor Standards Act FLSA Please review the Wage and Hour Division s six point unpaid intern test if you would like to know more about unpaid internship regulations The employer should never charge you Can I Develop an Internship on My Own Yes You can arrange your own placement related to your field of study If you wish to earn academic credit the internship must be approved before you register for classes See your department s faculty advisor for more

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~career/students/internships.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Career Center
    in Visual Arts Careers Peterson s Job Opportunities Engineering Computer Science San Francisco Guide Living and Doing Business 2 copies The Complete Guide to Environmental Careers in the 21st Century The Creative Business Guide to a Graphic Design Business The Directory of Environmental Web Sites Compact Disc The Directory of Environmental Web Sitess Booklet The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Users Guide The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers for Chemical Engineers The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers for Chemists The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers for Civil Engineers The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers for Electrical Engineers Computer Scientists The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers for Geoscientists The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers for Mechanical Engineers The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers for Physicists The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers in Materials Science and Engineering The Sloan Career Cornerstone Series Careers in Mathematics USA International Television Film Production Distribution Vault Careeer Guide to the Top Hospitality Tourism Industry Employers Vault Career Guide to Advertising Vault Career Guide to BookPublishing Vault Career Guide to Capitol Hill Careers Vault Career Guide to Fundraising Vault Career Guide to Interior Design Vault Career Guide to International Careers Vault Career Guide to Journalism Information Media Vault Career Guide to Marketing Brand Management Vault Career Guide to Media and Entertainment Vault Career Guide to Pharma Sales Marketing Vault Career Guide to Supply Chain Management Vault Career Guide to Technology Careers Vault Career Guide to The Top Consumer Products Employers Vault Career Guide to the Top Government and Non Profit Legal Employers Vault Career Guide to the Top Internet Industry Employers Vault Career Guide to the Top Pharma Biotech Employers Vault Career Guide to the Top Tech Employers Vault Career Guide to the Top Transportation Industry Employers Vault Guide to Environmental Careers Vault Guide to Fashion Industry Vault Guide to the Top Media Entertainment Employers Vault SEO Guide to Investment Bank Diversity Programs Your Film Acting Career How to Break into the Movies TV Survive in Hollywood 3rd Edition Back to top Directories 2004 Directory of San Francisco Attorney 2004 Regional Life Science Employment Directory Book of Lists 2007 Book of Lists 2008 Book of Lists 2009 Book of Lists 2010 3 Copies Dictionary of Holland Occupational Codes Directory of Japanese Affiliated Companies in the USA Canada 2002 Directory of SF Attorneys Hoover s Master List California Edition Job Operrtunities Enginering and Computersciemce O Dwyer s Directory of Corporate Communications O Dwyer s Directory of Public Relations Firms The 2002 2003 Reel Directory The 2003 2004 Reel Directory The Book of US Government Jobs Back to top Grad School Continuing Education Best 162 Medical Schools Best 170 Law Schools Best 296 Business Schools Complete Book of Medical Schools Free Money for Graduate School Game Plane for Getting into Medical School Game Plane for Getting into Graduate School Getting into Graduate School Getting into Law School Getting into Medical School Graduate Admissions Essays Pocket Guide to Graduate School Admissions The Directory Business Information Resources Back to top International Job

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  • What Can I Do With This Major?
    Strategies Acrobat Reader required Links A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Accounting HTML Accounting PDF Accounting Links Anthropology Archaeology HTML Anthropology Archaeology PDF Anthropology Archaeology Links Art HTML Art PDF Art Links Audiology Speech Pathology HTML Audiology Speech Pathology PDF Audiology Speech Pathology Links Biochemistry HTML Biochemistry PDF Biochemistry Links Biological Sciences Biology Zoology Microbiology HTML Biological Sciences Biology Zoology Microbiology PDF Biological Sciences Biology Zoology Microbiology Links Botany HTML Botany PDF Botany Links Broadcasting Electronic Media HTML Broadcasting Electronic Media PDF Broadcasting Electronic Media Links Business HTML Business PDF Business Links Chemistry HTML Chemistry PDF Chemistry Links Child Family Studies HTML Child Family Studies PDF Child Family Studies Links Classics HTML Classics PDF Classics Links Communication Studies HTML Communication Studies PDF Communication Studies Links Computer Science HTML Computer Science PDF Computer Science Links Criminal Justice HTML Criminal Justice PDF Criminal Justice Links Economics HTML Economics PDF Economics Links Education HTML Education PDF Education Links Engineering HTML Engineering PDF Engineering Links English HTML English PDF English Links Environmental Studies Sciences HTML Environmental Studies Sciences PDF Environmental Studies Sciences Links Finance HTML Finance PDF Finance Links Foreign Language HTML Foreign Language PDF Foreign Language Links Geography HTML Geography PDF Geography Links Geology HTML Geology PDF Geology Links Graphic Design HTML Graphic Design PDF Graphic Design Links History HTML History PDF History Links Hospitality Hotel Restaurant Admin HTML Hospitality Hotel Restaurant Admin PDF Hospitality Hotel Restaurant Admin Links Interior Design HTML Interior Design PDF Interior Design Links International Studies HTML International Studies PDF International Studies Links Journalism HTML Journalism PDF Journalism Links Management HTML Management PDF Management Links Management Information Systems HTML Management Information Systems PDF Management Information Systems Links Marketing HTML

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/majors/default.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Environmental Science Resources
    Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update June 9 2014 cp Environmental Science Resources Internet Resources Educational Programs Government Agencies Non Profit Agencies Private Sector Temp Agencies Internet Resources Environmental Careers Organization www eco org link opens new window Environmental Jobs Site www ecoemploy com jobs link opens new window Student Conservation Association www thesca org link opens new window Back to top Educational Programs Monterey Institute of International Studies www miis edu link opens new window New College of California www newcollege edu link opens new window New College of CA Green MBA www greenmba com mambo link opens new window SFSU College of Behavioral and Social Science bss sfsu edu bss link opens new window SFSU College of Science and Engineering www sfsu edu cse link opens new window SFSU Community Involvement Center cic sfsu edu link opens new window Back to top Government Agencies California Air Resources Board www arb ca gov link opens new window California Coastal Commission www coastal ca gov link opens new window California Department of Toxic Substances Control www dtsc ca gov link opens new window Contra Costa Water District www ccwater com link opens new window Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy www nps gov goga link opens new window Peace Corps www peacecorps gov link opens new window San Francisco Department of Environment www sfenvironment com link opens new window State Water Resources Control Board www swrcb ca gov link opens new window USA Federal Jobs www usajobs opm gov link opens new window US Environmental Protection Agency www epa gov link opens new window US Fish and Wildlife Service www fws gov link opens new window Back to top Non Profit Agencies Action for Nature www actionfornature org link opens new window Bay Area Wilderness Training www bawt org link opens new window California State Parks Foundation www calparks org sitemap html link opens new window Center for Biological Diversity www biologicaldiversity org swcbd link opens new window Clean Water Action www cleanwateraction org link opens new window Clean Water Fund www cleanwaterfund org link opens new window Crissy Field Center www parksconservancy org our work crissy link opens new window ECO students bss sfsu edu envstudies ecostudents html link opens new window Forests Forever www forestsforever org link opens new window Foundation for Sustainable Development www fsdinternational org link opens new window Golden Gate Audubon Society www goldengateaudubon org link opens new window Green Corps www greencorps org link opens new window Greenpeace USA www greenpeace org usa link opens new window GRID Alternatives www gridalternatives org about htm link opens new window Healing Waters www hwaters org link opens new window Janet Pomeroy Center www janetpomeroy org link opens new window Literacy for Environmental Justice www lejyouth org link opens new window Marin Conservation Corps www conservationcorpsnorthbay org link opens new window National Wildlife Federation www nwf org link opens new window

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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Sociology Resources
    Area By College Major For Family Members For International Students For Veterans Leadership Resources General Career Links Faculty Staff GatorJOBS for Faculty Staff Classroom Presentations Organization Advisors SICC Events Conduct Policies Employer Recruiting Policies About Us Staff Directory Quick Links GatorJOBS for Students GatorJOBS for Employers OrgSync Login SICC Facebook SICC Twitter Student Life Calendar Additional Resources links to helpful websites Select a Link Select a Link Dean of Students Campus Recreation Office of Student Conduct Residential Life Associated Students Inc Cesar Chavez Student Center Student Affairs Enrollment Management Search Student Involvement Career Center Search Student Involvement Career Center Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8 a m 5 p m Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update June 9 2014 cp Sociology Resources Internet Resources Government Agencies Non Profit Agencies Internet Resources Indeed com www indeed com link opens new window Career Builder www careerbuilder com link opens new window Monster www monster com link opens new window Craigslist www craigslist com link opens new window SimplyHired www simplyhired com link opens new window Idealist www idealist org link opens new window Human Service Career Network www hscareers com link opens new window Deep Sweep www deepsweep com link opens new window Foundation Center www fdncenter org pnd jobs index jhtml link opens new window Non Profit Career Center www nonprofitcareer com resource searchdb searchdb cfm link opens new window Non Profit New and Information Resource www pnnonline org jobs link opens new window Non Profit Jobs Cooperative www nonprofitjobscoop org link opens new window Non Profit Oyster www nonprofitoyster com link opens new window Opportunity Nocs www opportunitynocs org link opens new window Social Work and Social Services Jobs

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/sociology.html (2016-02-13)
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