2018-2019 Catalog

Career Center

WH D-360

(310) 243-3625

The Career Center offers assistance to students seeking to determine and match their academic studies, skills, interests, and abilities with a potential career path. The Career Center provides individual career counseling appointments, 15-minute “drop-ins,” and interactive workshops throughout the year. In addition, students are offered a wide variety of resources in the Career Center Library and on the Career Center’s webpage (http://www4.csudh.edu/career-center/) that support career development and career planning.

Each year the Career Center plans a variety of events such as career panel presentations, employer information sessions and large job & internship fairs that connect students with employers.

The Career Center assists students who are seeking employment and/or work experience by listing opportunities for full-time and part-time positions, internships and on-campus student assistant/work study positions on ToroJobs (http://www4.csudh.edu/career-center/).

Information about preparing to apply to graduate and professional schools is also available through the Career Center. A series of informational workshops and events focused on choosing and applying for graduate school, graduate school test preparation, and a graduate school fair are scheduled each year.

Details about all programs and services are posted on the Career Center webpage (http://www4.csudh.edu/career-center/). Students are advised to check the webpage frequently for new and updated information. Career Center programs and services are free to currently registered students of the University. Appointments with counselors should be scheduled through ToroJobs at least a week in advance due to heavy demand for services.

Career Placement

The Career Center may furnish, upon request, information bout the employment of students who graduate from programs or courses of study preparing students for a particular career field. Any such data provided must be in a form that does not allow for the identification of any individual student. This information includes data concerning the average starting salary and the percentage of previously enrolled students who obtained employment. The information may include data collected from either graduates of the campus or graduates of all campuses in the California State University system.