Student Job Search Resources

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Internships & Full-Time Jobs

Apply to internships and full-time jobs. Research employers. Create a profile so that employers can find you.  Set up a jobs digest.

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Campus Employment

Learn more about how to apply, get hired on campus, and build up your career competencies.

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Student Resource Center

Looking for help or tips on a certain industry or topics? Check out our Resource Center.

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CSU’s Career Center is excited to partner with Parker Dewey to offer micro-internships to RAMS!

A micro-internship is a short-term project that can be completed within 5-40 hours, typically due within a week to a month. These projects require no on-boarding and can be completed by a college student with minimal instruction. These are important but low-risk tasks that can be completed either on-site or remotely. Click here to learn more!

Employer Hiring Resources

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Campus Employers

Want to post jobs and internships? Register for a career fair? Visit our employer page to learn how to engage with CSU students.


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Employer Resource Center

This section is filled with information for employers. Use this resource to learn more about how to recruit and hire CSU students.



Handshake is the place where talent meets opportunity by connecting students and alumni with employers through job and internship postings, on-campus interviews, career events and more.

The Career Center is committed to providing safe, legitimate connections between employers and students. We have a number of polices in place governing employer interactions when they engage through CSU Career Services. Unfortunately, employers sometimes violate these policies or circumvent our processes without our knowledge. Additionally, there are a large number of employers that connect with CSU students outside of formal campus career services avenues.

Whether you are employed on-campus or off-campus, if you feel you have encountered an employer that has violated CSU Career Services recruitment eligibility or recruiting guidelines, which includes our Principles of Community, please let us know by either submitting a report using the link below or by calling our office at 970-491-5707, requesting to speak with an Employer Connections Team Member.

Report an Employer Concern Form

Please note, if you have encountered this employer outside of CSU services and systems, there may be limited recourse that can be taken; however we are committed to providing assistance in whatever ways we can.

The Colorado State University Career Center is committed to empowering and equipping students to discover and pursue academic and career goals that honor their identities through intentional collaboration with campus partners and employers.   As a public institution, we are obligated to allow access to a broad range of employers to meet with our student population. To the extent students are unfamiliar with an employer who is interviewing on campus, the Career Center encourages them to learn more about that employer in order to make informed decisions that are congruent and aligned with their personal values.