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The Career Center at California State University, San Bernardino empowers students and alumni to develop a lifelong skill set for an ever-changing labor market through exploration, programming, and experiential learning opportunities to meet their personal and professional goals. To help meet this mission, the Career Center has adopted the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Career Readiness Competencies. NACE defines career readiness as the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace. The NACE Career Readiness Competencies serve as a foundation for the Career Center’s services and programs to ensure students are ready for the professional world of work upon graduation. Refer to the legend below to learn more about these competencies.

NACE Career Readiness Competencies

Critical Thinking CompetencyCritical Thinking
Exercise sound reasoning to analyze issues, make decisions, and overcome problems.

Leadership CompetencyLeadership
Leverage the strengths of others to achieve common goals, and interpersonal skills to coach and develop others.

Career Management CompetencyCareer Management
Identify and articulate one’s skills, strengths, knowledge, and experience relevant to career goals.

Digital Technology CompetencyDigital Technology
Leverage existing digital technologies ethically and efficiently, and demonstrate adaptability to new technologies.

Professionalism CompetencyProfessionalism
Demonstrate personal accountability, effective work habits, integrity, and ethical behavior.

Oral Written Communications CompetencyCommunication
Articulate thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively in written and oral forms.

Global Fluency CompetencyGlobal Fluency
Value, respect and learn from diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, sexual orientations, and religions.

Teamwork CompetencyTeamwork
Build collaborative relationships with colleagues and others, and negotiate and manage conflict.

Meet Our Staff

Headshot of Roger Woolsey, Executive Director

Roger Woolsey | Executive Director
P: (909) 537-3253


Headshot of Jon Paul Hernandez, Employer Relations Specialist

Jon Paul Hernandez | Employer Relations Specialist
P: (909) 537-3265


Headshot of Valentina Felix, Career Advisor

Valentina Felix | Career Advisor
P: (909) 537-3247


Headshot of Sarai Maldonado, Career Advisor

Sarai Maldonado | Career Advisor
P: (909) 537-3682


Yaquelin D. Aguayo - Headshot


Yaquelin D. Aguayo | Event Coordinator
P: (909) 537-3254




Headshot of Olivia Nanez-Salazar, Office Manager

Olivia Nanez-Salazar | Office Manager
P: (909) 537-3251


Headshot of Denise Perez-Flores, Career Advisor

Denise Perez-Flores | Career Advisor
P: (909) 537-3256


Headshot of Oscar Fonseca, Career Advisor

Oscar Fonseca | Career Advisor
P: (909) 537-8243


Headshot of Jose Carreno, Career Advisor

Jose Carreno | Career Advisor
P: (909) 537-5250


Headshot of Gaby Sandoval, Front Desk Receptionist

Gaby Sandoval | Office Receptionist
P: (909) 537-5250


Meet Our Paraprofessionals 

Career Center Paraprofessionals

Career Center Paraprofessionals

Paraprofessional Career Center Role Major
Andrea Escamilla Peer Career Educator History 
Crystal Rosas Peer Career Educator Biology
Lauren Juarez Peer Career Educator Administration - Management
Ariana Cardoso Internships & Social Media Student Assistant Communication - Public Relations
Sebastian Aispuro Internships & Social Media Student Assistant Communication - Media Studies
Madeline Juarez Employer Relations Student Assistant Administration - Management
Victoria Orozco Employer Relations Student Assistant M.S. - School Psychology Ed. S
Roberta Salgado Employer Relations Student Assistant M.S. - Industrial/Organizational 
Andrea Morales Here to Career Student Assistant Computer Science