CareerLINK (BeachLink) Login - Students
What is CareerLINK (BeachLink)?
CareerLINK (BeachLink) is the CSULB online job search site that provides users with the ability to search and apply for full/part time, on/off-campus jobs/internships, Work Study positions, and on-campus interviews (OCI) exclusively to CSULB students and alumni.
CareerLINK (BeachLink) also includes the following:
- Going Global - Worldwide job & internship listings & career information
- Interview Stream – Get ready for your job interview; record, review and practice interviewing
- NACElink Job Board – Search national job postings offered by Direct Employers Association
- NACE Salary Calculator – Job salary estimator
Activate your account
Username: Enter your Campus ID number
Password: Enter the First letter of your last name in uppercase, followed by your campus ID number.
Name: Joe Fortyniner
Note: After activating your account, you may change your password by clicking the [profile] link.
Please note that your password is not the same as MYCSULB or BeachBoard; the CareerLINK (BeachLink) account is not connected to these systems.
RSVP Save Your Spot!
Attendees who RSVP will have priority seating
- Login to CareerLINK (BeachLink)
- Click on the Events tab
- Select Employer Info Sessions or Workshops in the drop down menu
- Select the event, and RSVP!
Detecting Fraudulent Job Postings
Protect yourself from being caught in a scam using fraudulent job postings designed to elicit money or personal information. Educate yourself on what fraudulent job postings look like.
You may be viewing a fraudulent job posting if:
- You are asked to provide your credit card, bank account numbers, social security number, or other personal financial documentation.
- The posting appears to be from a reputable, familiar company, but the domain in the contact's email address does not match the domain used by representatives of the company or contains the domain @live.com
- The job that the employer wants you to perform is different than the job that was posted. The employer may say he or she is out of the country and needs to have tasks completed prior to returning to USA. These tasks will involve money.
- The position requires an initial investment, such as a payment by wire service or courier. Western Union is often referenced for such transactions.
- You are asked to purchase prepaid cards (e.g. Green Dot MoneyPak)
- The posting includes many spelling and grammatical errors.
- You are sent a large check to deposit in your bank account to cover a purchase for the employer (these checks are worthless and will bounce).
- The employer responds immediately after you submit your resume, asking for personal or financial information.
- The position indicates a "first year compensation" that is far above the average compensation for that position type. The posting emphasizes the high earnings rather than job responsibilities.
- The company's website contains information only about the job you are interested in, but lacks information about the company.
Jobs & Internships List
The following list includes all job and internship opportunities on the CareerLINK job board. To see further deatils of the job, you will have to log onto CareerLINK.