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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - The Job Offer
    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 The Job Offer Four Topics to Consider What If I m Still Waiting What If I Don t Want This Job What If I m Considering Relocating Four Topics to Consider Job Duties What are the job duties and responsibilities Are they realistic and exciting Will the work be challenging to you Is there variety to the work How is there opportunity for growth Work Environment Do you like the physical work environment Do you feel comfortable with your future supervisor and fellow employees Is your supervisor likely to be a good mentor Do your values and lifestyle correspond with the values and culture of the organization Organization What is the organization s reputation Is the organization growing or downsizing Compensation What is the compensation package Does the salary meet your financial needs and obligations If the salary is low are there opportunities for significant responsibilities and advancement What is the benefits package offered Be aware that some smaller employers offer creative benefits to attract good employees including stock options transportation costs meals flextime telecommuting etc Back to top What If I m Still Waiting On average a company will allow 1 2 weeks for you to evaluate and sign an offer Depending on the position size of company and the job market this time frame may be negotiable Come into the Career

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/joboffer.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Salary Information
    campus organizations Does the University that you re graduating from carry a strong reputation in the area that you re attempting to gain employment Is your GPA impressive Are you their prize candidate How does the offer that is being made to you compare to similar ones being made to your classmates Are you fielding highly similar offers from other employers Are they offering more Your negotiating power will increase as your career progresses As you build your portfolio of skills and accomplishments you ll have more to offer an organization In turn they ll be willing to negotiate your salary depending on their immediate need for your skills and the estimated value of these skills to their company A Note About Government Non Profit Organizations Government and nonprofit employers usually have less room to negotiate salaries Government salaries are based upon education and experience and publicized on the job announcement Benefits packages are often very comprehensive and may amount to 20 30 of your salary Back to top Discussing Salary Expectations If at all possible avoid discussing salary during initial interviews On the other hand you want to make sure that you get market value for the work that you will potentially be doing There are several options for dealing with this dilemma Turn the question around and ask what the hiring range is for the position This way you won t under or over value yourself when the job offer arrives Let them know that while money is important it s more important for you to learn about the company and the position in order to determine if you are a good fit After you learn more about the position you ll be better prepared to research the fair market salary Back to top How Do I Find Out What The Salary Range Is Research research and research Generally salary ranges are not the easiest data to uncover It s relatively feasible to find nationally reported salary levels for specific industries and functions However finding more specific regional salary data can require some creative research The following resources can be helpful to you Talk with your career counselor who is familiar with employment salary trends Review current job listings on various job boards including GatorJOBS which provide current comparable salaries Consult with professional associations who often conduct salary surveys or have information about local salaries Check with web sites such as JobStar org or Salary com SF State Library also has a plethora of resources for career research including resources for salary and wage information for a variety of occupations and professions Back to top What Can I Negotiate Besides Salary If the salary that is offered to you is firm there are other parts of a compensation package that you may be able to negotiate Start Date If possible schedule a vacation before you start work It may be many months or an entire year before you ll be able to take vacation time from your new

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/salaryinfo.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Handouts and Videos
    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 Handouts and Videos Letters Resumes Interviewing Internships Jobs Careers Videos Download free Adobe Reader Accessibility Statement The documents contain accessibility barriers If you need help in accessing the information please contact 415 338 1761 or email us at sicc sfsu edu Letters Resumes Cover Thank You Letters Creating a Cover Letter PDF The Cover Letter PDF Cover Letters PDF Thank You Letter PDF Resumes Resume Guide PDF Resumes and Cover Letter Example PDF The Scannable Resume PDF Resume Components PDF Guide to Writing a Resume PDF Avoid the Top Ten Resume Mistakes PDF Action Verbs List PDF The Curriculum Vitae What is a Curriculum Vitae PDF CV for a Student with a Bachelor s Degree PDF Back to top Interviewing The Interview PDF What Happens in an Interview PDF Interviewing for Faultless Selection PDF Professional Dress PDF Illegal Interview

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/handouts.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement & Career Center - Alumni Services
    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 Alumni Services Recent Graduates Alumni Association Membership Student Involvement Career Center Membership Non SF State Alumni Students Recent SF State Alumni Recent SF State alumni have a six 6 month grace period following graduation without charge to use Student Involvement Career Center services After the six month grace period alumni must either join the Alumni Association or obtain Student Involvement Career Center Membership to continue utilizing basic career services Back to top Alumni Association Membership Student Involvement Career Center Membership Alumni Association Membership Members of the SF State Alumni Association automatically receive a Student Involvement Career Center Membership a 25 00 value Any SF State alumni may join the SF State Alumni Association In addition to Student Involvement Career Center services there are many additional benefits Click here to visit the SF State Alumni Association Web site for additional information Student Involvement Career Center Membership Alumni of SF State who are not a member of the SF State Alumni Association may utilize basic Student Involvement Career Center services by obtaining Student Involvement Career Center Membership The cost of this membership is 25 annually an can be purchased at the Bursar window in the One Stop area of the Student Services Building Click Here to Download Membership Form PDF Download free Adobe Reader Accessibility Statement The document contains accessibility

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/alumni.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Employer Services
    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 September 1 2015 cp Employer Services Posting Jobs and Internships Career Events On Campus Interviewing Demographics Policies and Guidelines Hiring an International Student Download free Adobe Reader Posting Jobs and Internships Advertise your employment opportunities to SF State students and alumni The Career Center provides several ways to help employers meet their hiring needs including part time seasonal summer internship co op and full time employment opportunities For more information on posting positions at San Francisco State click here Back to top Career Events As part of their hiring strategies many employers want to establish visibility for their organization at SF State and to have the opportunity to talk to students face to face This can be accomplished by participating in a variety of on campus career events coordinated by the Career Center in collaboration with colleges academic departments and student organizations For a description of career events offered click here Back to top On Campus Interviewing The OCI Program provides your organization the opportunity to interview graduating students and alumni for full time career positions and internship opportunities Interviews are conducted in the Career Center for the convenience of both students and employers SF State students and recent graduates use GatorJOBS to submit their resumes for your consideration All communication and interview scheduling is conveniently handled on line between you and the candidates To schedule an OCI date please submit your request online using your GatorJOBS account or send an e mail with your contact

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/employers.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Student Organization Directory
    the responsibility of student organization leaders to keep the contact information current for their organization and also to decide whether or not to post contact information at all New organizations may be in the process of being listed List of Recognized Student Organizations 2015 2016 List of Recognized Sport Clubs 2015 2016 Go to the OrgSync Student Organization Sport Club Directory This online directory provides more information about each organization as well as interactive searching List of Recognized Student Organizations 2015 2016 Note organizations are being added to this list daily as they get approved 37DegreesNorth Geography Society SF State 4 Corners Accounting Students Organization African Student Association Alliance for CHANGE at San Francisco State University ALPFA at SF State Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc Alpha Kappa Omicron Sorority Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Pi Sigma Sorority Inc American Society of Civil Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers Animation Society Anime FX Ascend Chapter at SF State Asian American Christian Fellowship Asian Student Union Association for Computing Machinery Student Chapter at SFSU Bella Voce Opera Beta Alpha Psi Beta Phi Biology Fundraising Social Club Black Student Union Camp Kesem San Francisco Ceramics Guild Chemistry and Biochemistry Student Association Chi Rho Omicron XPO Inc Chi Sigma Iota Chinese Language Flagship Society Chinese Student and Scholar Association Christian Students Cinema Collective Cinema Studies Graduate Student Association Circle K International Classics Students Association Clinica Martin Baro Community Health Organizing Club Castellano College Democrats College Panhellenic Conference College Students in Broadcasting Comparative Literature Student Association Counseling Student Association Criminal Justice Student Association Culture Creators Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated Disciples Reaching Evangelizing All Mankind Economics Students Association Educational Opportunity Program Student Organization Empower Royalty Engineering Societies Activity Board Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students Ethnic Studies Student Organization Fashion Network Association Feminism in Action Financial Analysis and Management Education Gator Army Company Gay Business Graduate Association General Union of Palestine Students GeoClub Global Brigades at SFSU Gospel Gators Graduate Literature Association Graduate Students in Accounting Association Group of Leaders Determined Habesha Student Union Health Education Student Association Hermanas Unidas Hermanos Unidos Hip Hop State of Mind Hmong Student Association Holistic Health Network Hospitality Management Society Improv Nation San Francisco State University Improving Dreams Equity Access and Success INCubed Indian Graduates Association Indian Student Association Indonesian Student Organization Industrial Designers Society of America Information Management Systems Association Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Interfraternity Council International Business Graduate Association International Business Society International Educational Exchange Council International Relations Students Association Japanese Student Association Kinesiology Student Association Koinonia Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority Inc Lambda Theta Nu Sorority Inc Latino Greek Council League of Filipino Students League of Golden Gators LIGHT on Campus Lions Club at San Francisco State University Literature and Arts Association of Graduate and Undergraduate Students Lyrical Opposition Malaysians in America Student Association Management Organization for Business Students Marketing Association Masters of Arts Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Masters of Social Work Council Medicine Education and Development

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/organizationdirectory.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Student Leader Orientation Dates
    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 18 2015 cp Student Leader Orientation Dates All presidents and financial officers treasurers of student organizations seeking University recognition must attend or

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/leaderorientation.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Constitution Guideline
    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 November 17 2015 cp Constitution Guideline The sections outlined below are the required sections for student organization constitutions Name The name the student organization cannot include the University abbreviation or logo but can be the name of the organization at SF State for example Math Club at SF State The name should reflect the purpose of the organization and clearly differentiate the club as a student organization and not a University department or program The choice of language within the name should remain reflective of the University s mission Purpose Why does the organization exist What does the organization wish to accomplish Membership Who is considered a member and what are their rights Please note that the constitution must clearly state that only currently registered SF State students may be voting members Faculty and staff including the advisor can participate but not have voting privileges or any decision making power The membership section must be in compliance with the CSU s non discrimination and open membership policies Click

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