This toolkit has been curated to help employers engage in the important work of diversity and inclusion conversations and how to best support our diverse students as they enter the workforce.
Step 1 of getting set up in Handshake as an employer is to first create an employer user account. This is something that each new user will need to do. Use this link to get started.
Information about the different job roles assigned to employer users in Handshake.
An excellent resource to find answers to all of your employer Handshake questions, including posting a job, requesting an interview, video tutorials, and many other topics.
Supervisors can use this as a guideline for working with student employees.
The Flea Market is located on the main level of the Lory Student Center and is another way for commercial vendors to talk to students.
Find out the plans of CSU graduates after graduation.
NACE’s guide to internship programs
Your CSU internship guide.
Job Portal for posting jobs, internship, registering for Career Fair, and more!
A resource for everyone involved in the career development and employment process to provide two basic precepts on which to base their efforts: maintain a recruitment process that is fair and equitable; support informed and responsible decision making by candidates.
Learn about the wage and hour laws are laws that govern the wages rates an employer can pay its employees and more.