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What Can I Do With This Major?

Find out what could potentially happen from major to career by viewing specific information about a variety of majors.

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The #1 way college students find jobs.

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OPT/CPT/H-1B What You Need to Know

Check out the handouts below to learn more about OPT, CPT, and H-1B for work authorization. What you need to know about CPT FAQ Sheet What you need to know about OPT FAQ Sheet What you need to know about H-1B FAQ Sheet Have questions about your specific application or situation as it relates to […]

Resume Guide (CSU Career Center)

Show your unique story.  Our professional staff developed this guide to help you build your resume, make it you, and develop key material to get an interview.  Use the top third of the resume to grab attention and sell yourself in a convincing way.  Make the reader stop and say “this person has what we are looking for.”

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How to Prepare for the Virtual Career Fair

Preparing for the virtual career fair is a great way to maximize the time you spend with employers. Learn more about what you can be doing before the fair to set yourself up for success!

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Elevator Pitch & 10 Questions Employers Want to Hear

Meeting an employer for the first time and not sure what to say? Read this document to learn how to craft an “elevator pitch” about yourself, as well as see some great questions you can ask the employer.

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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