Find internship and job postings from the CSU Political Science department!
Student Training & Education in Public Service provides an informative website to find out information about careers in public service as well as degrees which assist in the obtaining of these public service jobs.
There are many ways you can go about looking up if an organization has sponsored an H1B visa in the past 5 years. One example being GoinGlobal, which you can access through our website here. Perhaps an easier option to add an extension to your browser.
This article provides experience and several suggestions for how to go about finding professional development in an organization as a person of color.
The Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) is a partnership with the National Park Service and Environment for the Americas designed to provide internship opportunities for young Latinx adults, in a variety of career fields. The program helps raise awareness of public lands, including national parks, and engage the next generation of stewards. Applications generally open […]
This article includes a list of thoughtful questions students can ask recruiters during interviews or other interactions to assess their organizations’ DEI priority and commitment.
Professionalism has become coded language for white favoritism in workplace practices that more often than not privilege the values of white and Western employees and leave behind people of color.
This is an activity for students and supervisors to discuss career competencies that the job requires and that they want to develop for future goals, using a reflect, plan and dream model.
Thinking about going to graduate school and unsure if it’s the right choice for you? A veteran provides some perspective on pursuing a graduate degree.
Learn more about Careers in Social Work as well as various social work degree programs organized by state.
Parker Dewey provides students access to paid micro-internships, short project-based experiences with employers that help you gain critical skills to build your resume. Students can create a free account, upload their resume, search for, and apply for projects that match their interests and skillsets. The micro-internship board updates frequently with new opportunities. Many of these […]
NoCo Inspire is the platform used by the Larimer County Work-Based Learning Alliance. The Alliance exists to align education and workforce to increase sustainable community access to work-based learning by removing barriers and sharing resources.