Outdoor Careers Industry Tour March 29, 2019 RSVP by March 26
Need Career Attire? J.C. Penny Suit Up event for CSU students and alumni March 31 6:30 - 9:30 PM 40% off career apparel
Did you know... Drop Ins at the Career Center can help you with your job search
Just In Time Job and Internship Fair April 3, 2019 Part-Time, Full-time, campus employment, internships
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How to be Professional with Customers and Clients

This everything-you-need-to-know guide will show you how to put together (and maintain) the whole professional package from how to dress to impress through how to behave around and communicate with customers and clients.

Dress for Success Guide (CSU Career Center)

Put your best foot forward… or your best outfit forward with this guide on how to dress for interviews.

Learn about Internships (CSU Career Center)

Use our system find out about internships and how important they are at CSU.

Versatile PhD Online Community for Non-academic and non-faculty careers

Versatile PhD is the oldest, largest online community dedicated to non-academic and non-faculty careers for PhDs in humanities, social science and STEM.

Interviewing – How to Guide (CSU Career Center)

Jump for joy after your interview by viewing this how-to guide to successful interviewing built by CSU professionals and employers.

Find Out Your Interests (CSU Career Center)

Taking time to identify your primary interest areas can help you find a major and career path that fit you well and possibly identify new careers you haven’t even considered.

89% of CSU graduates secured plans or at least one job offer

Grads are employed higher than the national average and earn an average of $49,000

83% of CSU graduates are employed in a field or profession related to their career plans

Approach your studies with an open mind, and keep as many doors open as possible. Never rule out a field, a minor, or even an elective, because you never know how your interests will change with time.

David Rasicci, '18

Biomedical Sciences, M.S.

Anatomy, PhD program

Pennsylvania State University, College of Medicine

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