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What Do You Value in a Career? (CSU Career Center)

What matters most to you? Do you love nature? Want to be rewarded financially? See what shows up top on our assessment.

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.

ACLU Know Your Rights

Do you know your rights? These easy-to-use resources were created by the ACLU so you can have your rights at your fingertips.

Employment Background Checks: A Job Seekers Guide

Privacy Rights Clearhouse, a legal nonprofit, provides this guide to background checks.  This guide explains what can be covered in a background report, your rights under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and what you can do to prepare for a background check.  It also explains your right to get a copy of a background check and what to do if your report includes inaccurate or incomplete information. 

6 Steps to Creating Healthy Office Culture (CSU Career Center Webinar-Prerecorded)

Discover a six-step approach to making necessary changes to your own behavior. When you change yourself, you change the system, breaking free of unhealthy behavior patterns.

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Tailor Your Resume: Ram Career Ready

Make sure your resume addresses the job requirements and industry standards.  Find out how on our CSU built training module to Tailor Your Resume!

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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