Find work that works for you. This guide discusses disclosure of your mental health condition, obtaining reasonable accommodations, and taking a leave of absence. It also discusses thinking through the ideal work environment, schedule, and support needed for your well-being.
This overview provides tips on different aspects of the job search from start to finish. Click here to learn more about finding job openings, staying organized in the application process, and making connections with potential employers.
This comprehensive site is great for researching which states proactively protect equality for LGBTQ folx in the U.S. Knowing this information can help with deciding where to live and work.
WHAT IS WORK STUDY? Work-study is a type of financial aid where a percentage of your earned wages are supplemented by federal, state, or institutional funds. It can be need- or non-need based. Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credits in order to use their work-study award and may only have one work-study job […]
Check out this presentation by Steve Dalton, author of The 2 Hour Job Search. Learn the systematic approach that has helped hundreds of people land jobs at their dream companies.
Use this site to find employers who support those with chronic illness, get personalized job opportunities sent to you based on your needs, and join a community of chronically ill and disable professionals navigating the job search.
Use this guide to learn about how to find a research opportunity as an undergraduate student and the benefits of participating in research.
Check out this page to find relevant information about being queer and your career. This page is a collaboration between CSU’s Pride Resource Center and Career Center and highlights career events for LGBTQIA* folks and showcases the Pride’s Guide to the Job Search and Employment booklet. This page also provides information about career educators who […]
This career readiness guide was created to help Native students prepare for and successfully navigate the diverse landscape of job opportunities and sectors of work. It includes contributions from Native graduates, professionals and artists.
Find jobs in the area of women and gender studies through the National Women’s Studies Association job board!
Check out this guide to landing a tech job in Silicon Valley.
This is an overview from CSU’s International Student & Scholar Services of CPT, OPT, H1-B visas, and filing US taxes.