More than 50 employers will attend the Social and Behavioral Sciences Career/Graduate Fair scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 30, at Cal State San Bernardino.
The event, scheduled from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union Events Center, is open to all students regardless of major, CSUSB alumni and the public. There is no admission charge for the career fair; parking at the university is $5 per vehicle. Job seekers are encouraged to dress in business attire and bring copies of their resumes.
“This is the perfect time to achieve that New Year’s resolution to start a new career or get into a better job,” said Larry Burns, director of the CSUSB Career Development Center. “Employers ‘hire CSUSB’ because they know Coyotes are tech-savvy problem solvers who come ready to work on day one. Finally, all employers that will be attendance are either hiring or offering internships.”
The list of employers scheduled to attend is diverse and includes Lowes, Prime Health Care, the San Jose Police Department, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Target, the U.S. Navy, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Verizon, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, AT&T, the County of San Bernardino Department of Behavioral Health, the Los Angeles Police Department, Farmers Insurance, Kaiser Permanente and others.
Also scheduled to attend are representatives from graduate programs, including representatives from CSUSB and Hope International University.
In addition, the CSUSB Alumni Association will host a discussion panel featuring some of the university’s graduates, who will discuss the transition from being students to starting their careers. Scheduled to participate are:
- Lisa Canini (master’s degree in national security studies, 2005), senior analyst at Government Accountability Office’s Homeland Security and Justice Team;
- Erik Fallis (bachelor’s degree in political science, 2005), media relations specialist at the California State University’s Chancellor’s Office;
- Maral Hernandez (bachelor’s in political science and criminal justice, 2005), director of public policy and constituent services for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership;
- Georgia Moore (bachelor’s in social work, 2003, master’s in social work, 2007), social services practitioner at San Bernardino County Children and Family Services;
- Donovan Rinker-Morris (bachelor’s in political science, 2000), attorney specializing in corporate/commercial matters, labor/employment matters, and transnational legal regimes;
- Phillip Southard (bachelor’s in criminal justice, 2003) account executive at O’Reilly Public Relations; and
- Dorothy Traudt (bachelor’s in criminal justice and women’s studies, 2008) social services practitioner at San Bernardino County Children and Family Services.
The panel discussion will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Santos Manuel Student Union Skybox.
Other career fairs scheduled at CSUSB for 2013 are the:
- Arts and Letters Career/Graduate Fair, Feb. 28;
- Education and Non-profit Job Fair, March 19; and
- Career Expo, May 15.
Employers interested in participating in the Jan. 30 event or others planned for 2013 may contact Lucas Cuny at email@example.com or (909) 537-5250 to register. You may also register online through CoyoteLink.
Those who are in need of reasonable accommodations, call (909) 537-5250. A 72-hour notice is required.
For more information on the Social and Behavioral Sciences Career/Graduate Fair, contact the Cal State San Bernardino Career Development Center at (909) 537-5250, or visit the Career Development Center website.
For more information on Cal State San Bernardino, contact the university’s Office of Public Affairs at (909) 537-5007 and visit news.csusb.edu.