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Black Women Describe Navigating Race and Gender in the Workplace

Author Maura Cheeks along with Professor Elizabeth Morrison, Vice Dean of Faculty at NYU,  interviewed “10 women of color in order to understand the challenges they face in the workplace, how they cope with those challenges, and how those coping mechanisms affect their chances of long-term success.” After reading the article check out some TED […]

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United in STEMM

United in STEMM is a CSU initiative for CSU students of color, regardless of their gender expression or sexual orientation, who interested in careers in science, technology, engineering, math, and medicine (STEMM). There are many opportunities to get involved on campus, and build community with students, staff, and STEMM employers!

LGBTQ+ Workplace Resource Guide

From finding inclusive companies, getting comfortable with the interview process, to coming out at work, here is a resource guide to help you navigate the corporate landscape as a member of the LGBTQ+ community.

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Job Searching As A Survivor of Domestic Violence

Read from a domestic violence survivor on challenges protecting safety and privacy during a job search.

Salary Negotiation (CSU Career Center)

Use this guide to help you navigate the steps to Salary Negotiation from our CSU experts!  Learn what to assess and how to find your own key points to make in any negotiation. 

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Big Interview

  Big Interview is a great resource to get you ready for both virtual and in-person interviews.

86% of CSU graduates secured plans or at least one job offer

Grads are employed higher than the national average and earn an average of $53,900

86% of CSU graduates are employed in a field or profession related to their career plans

I worked hard in all of my classes and was accepted into a research lab my sophomore year, but my accomplishments came from persistence and determination. I will now continue on my education in a Masters of Science Program at The University of California, Irvine in Biological Sciences and Biotechnology where I plan to pursue a medical degree afterwards. I hope that students take advantage of the support that CSU provides, and I will always be a RAM at heart!

Savannah R., '18

Neuroscience

M.S. Biological Sciences & Biotechnology

University of California, Irvine

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