As a faculty member or advisor, you play a critical role in students’ development by not only educating them in the classroom but also guiding the decisions they make about course offerings and career opportunities. Please send students to Career Services if they are:
- Exploring interests and potential careers
- Wondering what they can do with their major
- Interested in applying for internships and jobs
- In need of developing interpersonal skills
- Struggling to describe their strengths and skills
DOWNLOAD our Faculty Tool Kit
Our Faculty Tool Kit is a practical tool for preparing students for the world of work. It includes a guide for how faculty can partner with Career Services, NACE's career readiness competencies, our student map (which details how to support students through each phase of their professional development process) and more information on how Career Services partners with top employers seeking talented CSU students.
Here are additional ways to assist students...
Encourage Students to use Hire A Vike
This software hosts internships, jobs, co-ops and on-campus student employment. It is important for students to update their accounts and upload a resume in order to stay up-to-date on relevant career events and opportunities.
Support their Internship Search
Students should begin preparing their internship search materials to impress potential employers a semester ahead of time. When meeting with students, let them know that career specialists are available to assist them with all aspects of this process.
Don’t Cancel That Class!
Things come up…..We get that! Rather than cancel a class, call or email us (preferably 24 hours in advance) and request a presentation on any of the topics listed below. We are happy to share knowledge on a wide variety of career-related topics.
Request a presentation here
Integrate Career Services into Your Curriculum
Let Career Services support you in helping your students learn about the relationships between majors and careers. We can provide presentations on the following topics:
- Career planning process
- General job/internship search including major-specific resources
- Resume and cover letters
- Networking and informational interviews
- Online networking through LinkedIn
- Internship etiquette
- The art of interviewing
- Intro to Career Services (conducted by Career Peers)
Career Services Liaisons AND THEIR Respective Colleges
|Career Services Staff||Liaison|
|Graduate Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences and Alumni Relations|
|Business and Education|
|Business, Engineering, Nursing and Law|
|Urban Affairs and College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences|
|College of Science & Health Professions|