Employers

The Career Development Center provides a variety of services and programs that will help you connect with California State University, Long Beach students and alumni who are well prepared to contribute to your organization's success. We provide an array of cost-effective recruitment services and resources that will expand your talent pool, save you time, and help you prepare the next generation of business, organizational and community leaders.

Post a Job or Internship

The CareerLINK Jobs-Online Job & Internship posting service is a free service for employers who wish to post job and internship opportunities exclusively for CSULB students and Alumni. Registration instructions for employers who are first time users have been provided. Posting instructions for registered users is also available, as well as information on how to manage the applicant pool, how to receive and review resumes, and following up with applicants.

New Users

CareerLINK provides employers with the ability to post unlimited Job and Internship positions to CSULB students and Alumni, at no charge. Employers can also use CareerLINK to register for Job Fairs and On-Campus Interview opportunities and schedule information sessions to enhance your presence at CSULB.

First Time User Registration

Benefits to Employers

  • Post Unlimited Job and Internship positions for FREE (multiple schools posting will be assessed a nominal fee).
  • Post Jobs and Internships exclusively to CSULB students and Alumni
  • Use one username and password for access to all services
  • Enter job information once.
  • Save text of job or internship postings for future openings.
  • Register for Job Fairs and Career Events
  • Request an On-Campus Interview schedule.
  • Schedule an Information Session
  • Track job postings

Registered Users

Jobs and Internships typically posted on CareerLINK include:

  • Name and contact information of employer
  • Position Type (see posting instructions)
  • Job Title
  • Job Function
  • A clear job description (qualifications, responsibilities, skills and abilities required to do the work)
  • Posting Date and Expiration Date
  • Desired Major
  • Location of employment
  • Application instructions
  • Hourly rate (must pay at least the prevailing minimum wage for the state of CA)
  • Salary (Though not required, we strongly suggest providing a salary or salary range when submitting Full-Time job postings)

Salary Resources

Due to the frequency of searches by salary on CareerLINK, our students appreciate when this information is available. A few online resources have been listed for convenience.

Posting Instructions

  1. Login to CareerLINK.
  2. Select Create Job/Internship Posting (Non-OCI) under the Quick Links section, and provide the requested information (job descriptions can be copied and pasted).
  3. Select ONE position type to be assigned to each job. Position types are:
    • Full time
    • Part time off-campus
    • Part time on-campus
    • Federal Work Study
    • Seasonal or Summer
    • Internship
    • Volunteer
  • If you select E-mail as the method for applicants to submit resumes, each application will be e-mailed to you through CareerLINK and you will have access to view applications online.
  • If you select Accumulate Online, you will need to Login to CareerLINK to review applications. You will not be notified by email of interested applicants.
  • If you prefer that applications be submitted via fax, mail, your website, etc., be sure to include specific details in the Special Instructions field.
  • Job and Internship postings can be viewed on CareerLINK for up to a maximum of 6 months. If an extension is needed, you will need to resubmit the posting for approval.
  • Your posting will be reviewed and if approved, posted within 24-48 hours (excluding weekends and holidays).
  • Notification of approval will be automatically sent to you via e-mail.

Managing Applicants and Resumes Online

  1. Login to CareerLINK.
  2. Select View Job/Internship Applicants (Non-OCI) under the Quick Links section, to view your job or internship postings and applicant resumes.
    • Select the Student Resume tab to view resumes.
    • Select appropriate icon(s) in the Documents column to view resumes.
    • Select Delete to remove resumes.

Contacting Applicants

  • Communicate with applicants as you normally would or via e-mail through CareerLINK by selecting target individuals and then clicking Mail to Checked (in Batch Options section).
  • Send personalized e-mails to multiple recipients at one time by using the mail merge fields in the Available Fields box (upper right corner of the screen). Initiate a mailing by clicking Next and then clicking Send Messages.

All CSULB students have free access to job and internship postings in our system. Application responses to postings vary. If for some reason you do not receive sufficient applications from CSULB to make a hiring decision, please contact our office for additional suggestions to promote your opportunity.

The Career Development Center reserves the right to refuse to list job or internship openings or host any recruiting organization on campus. For more details see CareerLINK-Online Job & Internship Posting Guidelines.

For assistance please contact the Employer Development Coordinator or the Internship Program Coordinator.

Hiring an International Student

International Students & Your Business

International students are a great addition to any company; their talents, unique personalities and skills make them perfect candidates for employment.

The amendments made in federal laws governing non-citizens, specifically the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) and the code of Federal Regulations (CFR) governing CPT and OPT make the hiring of International students possible.

Students and Employment

A significant number of international students on F-1 visas, currently residing in the U.S. are eligible for employment under certain conditions. Practical Training: International students on F-1 visas can seek employment in areas related to their major field of study before and after graduation. There are two types of practical training:

  1. Curricular Practical Training (CPT): F-1 students are eligible to participate in a curricular practical training program as an integral part of their academic curriculum. CPT is an alternative work/study, internship or practicum in the students’ major field of study. It allows international students to work off-campus while they are still finishing their studies, during a specific academic term (Fall, Spring, Winter, or Summer). By participating in CPT, students engage themselves in curricular-related employment, part-time during the Fall and Spring semesters and up to full-time (20+hrs. per week) during official academic breaks.
  2. Optional Practical Training (OPT): F-1 students may be authorized for full-time employment through OPT after the completion of their studies at CSULB. If approved for OPT, students are eligible to work for up to 12 months. While in OPT, international students may work only in a job related to their major. Additionally, students with qualified STEM degrees may be eligible for an additional 17 months of OPT. Therefore, international students with STEM degrees can be eligible to work legally in the U.S. for up to 29 months.

More information from the USCIS website (http://www.uscis.gov).

The H-1B Program

H-1B Sponsorship: Students on an F-1 visa may continue to be employed, if they receive approval for a change in visa category usually to H-1B. Students eligible to apply for an H-1B visa can be granted an additional 1-3 years of employment, and they may renew the authorization for up to 6 years.

Employers interested in sponsoring international students for an H-1B visa can obtain more guidance from USCIS website (http://www.uscis.gov).

What is the cost of hiring international students?

The cost of hiring an international student in CPT or OPT is no more than the cost of hiring a U.S. resident. The company’s only investment is the time and effort to interview and select the best candidate for the job.

  • A company may actually find savings when hiring international students who may be exempt from Social Security (FICA) and Medicare Law requirements.

Informational Resources

Federal regulation:

The code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 8 governing practical training:

  • 8 CFR B27a. 12(b)(6)(iii) and ICFR B274a.12(b)(11).
  • F-1 students: 8CFR 214.2(f) (9) & (10).
Additional Resources:
  • IRCA (the Immigration Reform and Control Act).
  • Form I-9: I-9 Handbook for Employers.
  • Information on tax treaties may be found in Internal Revenue Service Publication 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens, and 901, U.S. Tax Treaties.
  • Information on Social Security and Medicare taxes can be found in Chapter 8 of Internal Revenue Service Publication 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens and in Section 940 of Social Security Administration Publication No. 65-008.
Advantages of Hiring International Students:
  • Add diversity to a workplace.
  • Engage staff in cross-cultural experiences.
  • Make global connections.
  • Minimal paperwork required (Up until H-1B)
  • A low-cost solution for short-term projects.
  • Develop a greater perspective of world affairs.
  • Open a window to learn and understand different cultures and societies.
  • Provide affordable language and cultural assistance for developing programs.
  • Gain a broader knowledge and understanding of world issues.
  • International candidates may have knowledge of markets, business practices, and cultures outside the US.
  • International candidates tend to become loyal workers due to a tedious process of their visa requirements. International employees are less likely to quit unexpectedly.
  • Some companies save money if the student they hire is exempt from Social Security (FICA) and Medicare law requirements.

Job Fair

Job Fair participation provides employers with the following benefits:

  • Meet talented CSULB students and Alumni at these popular, well attended career events
  • Screen candidates, collect resumes, and build a pool of candidates for current and future hiring needs
  • Interview candidates at the fair or next day at the Career Development Center by special arrangement
  • Increase your company's visibility on campus
  • Develop early connections with First Year students, Sophomores, and Juniors

Employers participating in recruiting activities at CSULB must meet the basic criteria outlined in the Provision of Services according to the CSULB Employer Services Guidelines.

Please review the Job Fair Policies for information regarding registration, payment, cancellation, and other important job fair related details.

Upcoming Events

2015 STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) Job & Internship Fair

  • Thursday, September 17, 2015
  • Registration opens July, 2015

2015 Fall Job & Internship Fair - (Open to all majors)

  • Wednesday, October 21, 2015
  • Registration opens July, 2015

2016 Spring Job & Internship Fair - (Technical & Non-Technical Majors)

  • Thursday, February 25, 2016
  • Registration opens October, 2015

2016 Education Job Fair

  • To be announced

Job Fair Information

Past Events

  • 2015 Education Job Fair CSULB- CSUDH Joint Event -Friday, March 27, 2015 - List of attendees
  • 2015 Spring Job & Internship Fair -Thursday, February 26, 2015 - List of attendees
  • 2014 Fall Job & Internship Fair - October 9, 2014 - List of attendees
  • 2014 STEM Job & Internship Fair - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics - September 18, 2014 - List of attendees

Internship Program

The Internship Program is designed to allow undergraduates to integrate classroom study with supervised experience in their field. The Internship Program operates as a partnership between the University and organizations from government, industry, business, and the non-profit sector.

Benefits to Employers:

  • Internships provide a continual pool of pre-screened, highly motivated employees.
  • Internships allow you to handle staffing needs with creativity and flexibility-freeing permanent employees to do more advanced or higher priority work.
  • Internships provide completion of special projects and fill the gap during peak workloads.
  • Internships reduce recruitment costs and lower training costs.
  • New ideas and fresh insights are brought to the company.
  • Internship students returning to campus are great public relations agents-they have a very positive effect for future recruiting and hiring efforts.
  • Internships help maintain an on-going positive relationship with the university that complements the organizational or corporate goals that focus on community involvement.

NACE Internship Standards

National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has set the following standards to ensure that an experience is educational and thus eligible to be considered a legitimate internship, all of the following criteria must be met:

  • The experience must be an extension of the classroom: a learning experience that provides for applying the knowledge gained in the classroom. It must not be simply to advance the operations of the employer or be the work that a regular employee would routinely perform.
  • The skills or knowledge learned must be transferable to other employment settings.
  • The experience has a defined beginning and end, and a job description with desired qualifications.
  • There are clearly defined learning objectives/goals related to the professional goals of the student's academic coursework.
  • There is supervision by a professional with expertise and educational and/or professional background in the field of the experience.
  • There is routine feedback by the experienced supervisor.
  • There are resources, equipment, and facilities provided by the host employer that support learning objectives/goals.

To become an Internship Employer:

  • Determine which functional area would be best served by using students from the program and develop written position descriptions.
  • Determine who will select, supervise, mentor and evaluate students.
  • Develop an orientation or training plan for students.
  • Review Internship Program Guidelines according to the CSULB Employer Services Guidelines for approval guidelines.
  • Third Party Recruiters please refer to Services for Third Party Recruiter Guidelines according to the CSULB Employer Services Guidelines.
  • To post an internship opportunity use the [Post a Job or Intership] tab

Criteria for Unpaid Internships:

The U.S. Department of Labor established the following 6 criteria in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to determine if an internship or training program can be excluded from the minimum wage requirement. If all six of the following criteria apply, the trainees are not employees within the meaning of the Fair Labor Standards Act, and are properly classified as unpaid volunteers/unpaid interns.

  • The internship, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer, is similar to training which would be given in an educational environment;
  • The internship experience is for the benefit of the intern;
  • The intern does not displace regular employees, but works under close supervision of existing staff;
  • The employer that provides the training derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern; and on occasion its operations may actually be impeded;
  • The intern is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship; and
  • The employer and the intern understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship.

(Note: The FLSA makes a special exemption for individuals who volunteer for a state or local government agency and for individuals who volunteer for humanitarian, religious, charitable, civic purposes to non-profit organizations.)

If you have any questions, please contact the Internship Advisor or call 562-985-5826.

Hiring an International Student

International Students & Your Business

International students are a great addition to any company; their talents, unique personalities and skills make them perfect candidates for employment.

The amendments made in federal laws governing non-citizens, specifically the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) and the code of Federal Regulations (CFR) governing CPT and OPT make the hiring of International students possible.

Students and Employment

A significant number of international students on F-1 visas, currently residing in the U.S. are eligible for employment under certain conditions. Practical Training: International students on F-1 visas can seek employment in areas related to their major field of study before and after graduation. There are two types of practical training:

  1. Curricular Practical Training (CPT): F-1 students are eligible to participate in a curricular practical training program as an integral part of their academic curriculum. CPT is an alternative work/study, internship or practicum in the students’ major field of study. It allows international students to work off-campus while they are still finishing their studies, during a specific academic term (Fall, Spring, Winter, or Summer). By participating in CPT, students engage themselves in curricular-related employment, part-time during the Fall and Spring semesters and up to full-time (20+hrs. per week) during official academic breaks.
  2. Optional Practical Training (OPT): F-1 students may be authorized for full-time employment through OPT after the completion of their studies at CSULB. If approved for OPT, students are eligible to work for up to 12 months. While in OPT, international students may work only in a job related to their major. Additionally, students with qualified STEM degrees may be eligible for an additional 17 months of OPT. Therefore, international students with STEM degrees can be eligible to work legally in the U.S. for up to 29 months.

More information from the USCIS website (http://www.uscis.gov).

The H-1B Program

H-1B Sponsorship: Students on an F-1 visa may continue to be employed, if they receive approval for a change in visa category usually to H-1B. Students eligible to apply for an H-1B visa can be granted an additional 1-3 years of employment, and they may renew the authorization for up to 6 years.

Employers interested in sponsoring international students for an H-1B visa can obtain more guidance from USCIS website (http://www.uscis.gov).

What is the cost of hiring international students?

The cost of hiring an international student in CPT or OPT is no more than the cost of hiring a U.S. resident. The company’s only investment is the time and effort to interview and select the best candidate for the job.

  • A company may actually find savings when hiring international students who may be exempt from Social Security (FICA) and Medicare Law requirements.

Informational Resources

Federal regulation:

The code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 8 governing practical training:

  • 8 CFR B27a. 12(b)(6)(iii) and ICFR B274a.12(b)(11).
  • F-1 students: 8CFR 214.2(f) (9) & (10).
Additional Resources:
  • IRCA (the Immigration Reform and Control Act).
  • Form I-9: I-9 Handbook for Employers.
  • Information on tax treaties may be found in Internal Revenue Service Publication 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens, and 901, U.S. Tax Treaties.
  • Information on Social Security and Medicare taxes can be found in Chapter 8 of Internal Revenue Service Publication 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens and in Section 940 of Social Security Administration Publication No. 65-008.
Advantages of Hiring International Students:
  • Add diversity to a workplace.
  • Engage staff in cross-cultural experiences.
  • Make global connections.
  • Minimal paperwork required (Up until H-1B)
  • A low-cost solution for short-term projects.
  • Develop a greater perspective of world affairs.
  • Open a window to learn and understand different cultures and societies.
  • Provide affordable language and cultural assistance for developing programs.
  • Gain a broader knowledge and understanding of world issues.
  • International candidates may have knowledge of markets, business practices, and cultures outside the US.
  • International candidates tend to become loyal workers due to a tedious process of their visa requirements. International employees are less likely to quit unexpectedly.
  • Some companies save money if the student they hire is exempt from Social Security (FICA) and Medicare law requirements.

Info Sessions

Schedule an Information Session

  • Login to CareerLINK
  • Go to Quick Links and click on "Request New Information Session"
  • Complete the online form and submit. Be sure to provide a presentation description and state what majors you are seeking. This information is needed to promote your event.
  • You will receive a confirmation by e-mail.
  • There is no charge for this service.

Information Session Promotion

Because this is a free service, Info Session promotion by the Career Center is limited. The event will be promoted by direct email on CareerLINK and fliers are created to get the word out on campus, but attendance at info sessions using these methods can still be unpredictable. The companies who use the Job Fair or some other student activity to promote their Information Session can usually expect increased attendance.  You may also choose to place an ad promoting your event in the campus newspapers, Daily 49er, (562) 985-5736.

Refreshments

Individually-wrapped snacks and bottled water can be served at Career Center Information Sessions.

On-Campus Interviews (OCI)

The basic difference between a CareerLINK non-OCI job posting and an OCI job posting is that you conduct your interviews at the CSULB Career Development Center rather than at your own site, but there are others. A major one is that an OCI posting has filters in place so that only students who meet your basic screening criteria can apply. Also, email blasts are sent out to eligible students to promote your OCI opportunity generally giving you a large candidate pool of qualified students. CareerLINK Jobs takes care of setting up the interview schedule according to your specifications. You choose the type of interview that you prefer, select the candidates that you want to interview and CareerLINK does the rest. OCI accepts only full-time, entry-level professional positions or internships for this program.

Regular CareerLINK job postings are not filtered so students can apply whether or not they meet your exact qualifications

New Users

CareerLINK provides employers with the ability to post unlimited Job and Internship positions to CSULB students and Alumni, at no charge. Employers can also use CareerLINK to register for Job Fairs and On-Campus Interview opportunities and schedule information sessions to enhance your presence at CSULB.

First Time User Registration

Benefits to Employers

  • Post Unlimited Job and Internship positions for FREE (multiple schools posting will be assessed a nominal fee).
  • Post Jobs and Internships exclusively to CSULB students and Alumni
  • Use one username and password for access to all services
  • Enter job information once.
  • Save text of job or internship postings for future openings.
  • Register for Job Fairs and Career Events
  • Request an On-Campus Interview schedule.
  • Schedule an Information Session
  • Track job postings

How do I get started with OCI?

  1. Log into CareerLINK
  2. Click on the "On-Campus Interviews" navigation button at the top of the page
  3. Click Request a Schedule.

Complete the form and include the position description, requirements and salary range and submit.

Note: Multiple positions can be attached to the same schedule.

What types of On-Campus Interviews are available?

Open

The open schedule allows students and alumni meeting your job requirements to self-schedule an interview time and submit their resumes online. Your schedule fills with no more action on your part. You will be able to view the resumes as they are submitted for the interviews. The schedule closes two days prior to your interview date.

Preselect (type most often used by employers)

A pre-select schedule allows you to pre-screen student resumes for your interviews. After reviewing the resumes during a specified selection period and making your pre-selections online, the CareerLINK system automatically notifies the selected students. They are then responsible to self-schedule a timeslot for the interview schedule. There are trigger dates that prompt action on your part, i.e. for resume review and candidate selection. CareerLINK will prompt you by email when a trigger date is nearing. There are preset system dates for these activities but these dates can be easily modified by Career Center at your request.

Room Only

This option allows you to create your own interview schedule of CSULB students outside the online CareerLINK system. This choice is suggested if, at a job fair, information session or other student meeting, you develop a list of students that you would like to interview. Reserve an interview room in advance of the event.

Set up your own time schedule directly with the candidates and send a copy of the schedule to the Career Center the day before your interview. Some employers also use this option to conduct second interviews. We are happy to provide a free interview room based on availability. Students will not see your OCI job posting in CareerLINK when you select the Room Only interview type.

OCI FAQ

How can I schedule an Information Session at the Career Center?

Login to CareerLINK.

Go to Shortcuts and click on "Request New Information Session."

Complete the form and submit. It is important that you complete the "Description of Event" section because this will be viewed by students. In the description, please include which majors you are seeking. You will receive a confirmation by e-mail. Food and beverages are not permitted (bottled water excepted). At CSULB Information Sessions usually last for one hour and are scheduled between 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM or 3:00 - 5:00 PM.

There is no charge for this service but scheduling priority will be given to employers who are conducting CSULB On-Campus Interviews.

How many CSULB students are graduating in a given major?

Total of students graduating at CSULB in a given major

Are third party employers permitted to participate in On-Campus Interviews (OCI) Interviews?

Yes. Third party recruiters may use the OCI Program for the recruitment of employees for their internal staffing needs but they may not post OCI positions for their client companies.

May I recruit for "commission only" sales positions?

Yes, "commission-only" positions are permitted in On-Campus Interviews if the job description clearly states that it is a "commission-only" position.

Is it possible to interview CSULB alumni as well as new graduates?

Yes. CSULB graduates can use all Career Center services for one full year following the receipt of their degree. After that year, our very large alumni base is eligible, with the payment of an annual fee, to use an array of career services which includes On-Campus Interviews (OCI).

My company would like to increase its visibility on the CSULB campus, how do we do begin this process?

Simply contact our Employer and Job Development Specialist, Michelle Gomez, (562) 985-1612. There are various means of getting more involved with student organizations, academic departments and faculty. Terri will be happy to discuss these options with you.

What are the directions to the CSULB campus and what are the parking arrangements

A week prior to your interview date the OCI staff will e-mail to the primary company contact a campus map and instructions for obtaining the free parking pass that is provided to all OCI recruiters.

If you have any questions, please contact the OCI Program Coordinator at (562) 985-8468.

Hiring an International Student

International Students & Your Business

International students are a great addition to any company; their talents, unique personalities and skills make them perfect candidates for employment.

The amendments made in federal laws governing non-citizens, specifically the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) and the code of Federal Regulations (CFR) governing CPT and OPT make the hiring of International students possible.

Students and Employment

A significant number of international students on F-1 visas, currently residing in the U.S. are eligible for employment under certain conditions. Practical Training: International students on F-1 visas can seek employment in areas related to their major field of study before and after graduation. There are two types of practical training:

  1. Curricular Practical Training (CPT): F-1 students are eligible to participate in a curricular practical training program as an integral part of their academic curriculum. CPT is an alternative work/study, internship or practicum in the students’ major field of study. It allows international students to work off-campus while they are still finishing their studies, during a specific academic term (Fall, Spring, Winter, or Summer). By participating in CPT, students engage themselves in curricular-related employment, part-time during the Fall and Spring semesters and up to full-time (20+hrs. per week) during official academic breaks.
  2. Optional Practical Training (OPT): F-1 students may be authorized for full-time employment through OPT after the completion of their studies at CSULB. If approved for OPT, students are eligible to work for up to 12 months. While in OPT, international students may work only in a job related to their major. Additionally, students with qualified STEM degrees may be eligible for an additional 17 months of OPT. Therefore, international students with STEM degrees can be eligible to work legally in the U.S. for up to 29 months.

More information from the USCIS website (http://www.uscis.gov).

The H-1B Program

H-1B Sponsorship: Students on an F-1 visa may continue to be employed, if they receive approval for a change in visa category usually to H-1B. Students eligible to apply for an H-1B visa can be granted an additional 1-3 years of employment, and they may renew the authorization for up to 6 years.

Employers interested in sponsoring international students for an H-1B visa can obtain more guidance from USCIS website (http://www.uscis.gov).

What is the cost of hiring international students?

The cost of hiring an international student in CPT or OPT is no more than the cost of hiring a U.S. resident. The company’s only investment is the time and effort to interview and select the best candidate for the job.

  • A company may actually find savings when hiring international students who may be exempt from Social Security (FICA) and Medicare Law requirements.

Informational Resources

Federal regulation:

The code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 8 governing practical training:

  • 8 CFR B27a. 12(b)(6)(iii) and ICFR B274a.12(b)(11).
  • F-1 students: 8CFR 214.2(f) (9) & (10).
Additional Resources:
  • IRCA (the Immigration Reform and Control Act).
  • Form I-9: I-9 Handbook for Employers.
  • Information on tax treaties may be found in Internal Revenue Service Publication 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens, and 901, U.S. Tax Treaties.
  • Information on Social Security and Medicare taxes can be found in Chapter 8 of Internal Revenue Service Publication 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens and in Section 940 of Social Security Administration Publication No. 65-008.
Advantages of Hiring International Students:
  • Add diversity to a workplace.
  • Engage staff in cross-cultural experiences.
  • Make global connections.
  • Minimal paperwork required (Up until H-1B)
  • A low-cost solution for short-term projects.
  • Develop a greater perspective of world affairs.
  • Open a window to learn and understand different cultures and societies.
  • Provide affordable language and cultural assistance for developing programs.
  • Gain a broader knowledge and understanding of world issues.
  • International candidates may have knowledge of markets, business practices, and cultures outside the US.
  • International candidates tend to become loyal workers due to a tedious process of their visa requirements. International employees are less likely to quit unexpectedly.
  • Some companies save money if the student they hire is exempt from Social Security (FICA) and Medicare law requirements.

Corporate Partner Program

The Career Development Center would like to thank our corporate partners for their support and willingness to serve our students, faculty, staff and alumni. These organizations have determined that hiring CSULB students and alumni is a top priority and have partnered with us to enhance their presence on our campus through The Career Development Center. Because of the support of our corporate partners, the Career Development Center is able to offer products and services to our students and alumni that would not be possible otherwise.

Organizations interested in partnering with the Career Development Center may contact Online Form or call (562) 985-4151