The CSULB Career Development Center empowers students to become effective leaders of their personal career journeys. Through career counseling, employer connections, and professional development opportunities, we prepare them to become skilled and productive members of the local, national, and global workforce.
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Full Proposal Deadline(s) (due by 5 p.m. submitter’s local time):
July 19, 2017
Third Wednesday in July, Annually Thereafter
for BIO, CISE, EHR
July 20, 2017
Third Thursday in July, Annually Thereafter
July 21, 2017
Third Friday in July, Annually Thereafter
for GEO, MPS, SBE
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND REVISION NOTES
Eligibility requirements have been revised to clarify the
Though our physical office is closed due to the state mandate, the Career Development Center team is still here to serve you.
We do have an online chat function to connect with students and alumni! Feel free to ask us questions about resumes, cover letters, interviewing, student employment, the extern program, or any other Career Development and Student Employment relevant questions! We look forward to hearing from you!
Please check out the student section of our website to find resources and videos regarding resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and job/internship search. Virtual events hosted by employers/graduate program are listed on our SIU Career Development Center Facebook page and/or Hire a Saluki.
See Career Development Center FAQs below for more information.
Student Employment FAQs can be found at studentjobs.siu.edu.
- Can I still schedule an appointment?
One-on-one Remote Advising:
All of our career advisors are offering remote appointments, available via the Career Portal found on your MyTC. You can use these appointments to work on overall career search strategy, to refine your resume and cover letters, or to practice for an interview.
We’re offering a series of online, live workshops on a number of topics including how to improve your LinkedIn profile, networking strategies, and making the most of a summer internship. Is there a topic you’d like to see us add? Let us know!
CEPD Website and Calendar:
This will be updated throughout the semester, please check https://www.tc.columbia.edu/career-education/
Online CEPD Course:
Accessed through Canvas https://tc.instructure.com/courses/724
CEPD shares news and updates about our programs and resources on our social media channels. Stay connected with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter.
We’d love to hear from you. Stay in touch with us at
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NSTA conferences offer the latest in science content, teaching strategy, and research to enhance and expand your professional growth. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to collaborate with science education leaders and your peers. Each year, NSTA hosts a national conference on science education (in the spring), three area conferences (in the fall), and a STEM Forum & Expo.
Twitter hashtags: #NSTA20 (2020 conferences), #NSTA (all-purpose)
Proposals are no longer being accepted for the 2020 STEM Forum & Expo, the 2020 area conferences (Pittsburgh, New Orleans, and Phoenix)), or the 2021 Chicago National Conference.
We are working remotely to support you along your career path! Here are some ways to connect with our office:
- Professional Materials Review: Email your resume, cover letter, portfolio, artist statement or other document to email@example.com. We will review your document and provide feedback within 3-5 business days.
- Schedule an appointment: We are available to do virtual appointments. You can schedule a 50 minute time block or a 20 minute time block. Check Calendly for availability.
- Email Questions: We are here for you! Email us with your career questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Use our online resources including our new Job Board Roundup, MICAnetwork, GoinGlobal, and iGrad.
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Mission & Outcomes
Finding your future after college doesn’t have to be daunting. It’s a process that should unfold over 4 years. The staff at the Center for Career Development (Rebecca Corbin Loree Center) are here to help you the moment you walk on campus. Our easy-to-join programs are accessible & one-on-one counseling will help you chart your own journey and shape a future tailored to your own skills, goals, and PASSIONS.
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