Whether you are exploring a career, seeking a new opportunity, or looking to expand your professional network and connect with fellow Coyotes, CSUSB is committed to helping you achieve your personal and professional goals.
The CSUSB Career Center provides services and resources to all students and alumni using innovative technology, distance learning, and a strengths-based approach. Our staff meet with students and alumni to help identify the career readiness competencies, interests and values as well as explore career pathways. We look forward to assisting you, wherever you are in your career journey!
Learn more about what we do and how we can support you by clicking on the services and resources below.
Services & Resources
Identifying Fraudulent Employers and Job Scams
Recognize and avoid job scams, learn how to report an incident and get to know ways to protect your identity. Read recommendations here.
Information For Workers
There are options to help working people who have lost their jobs or seen reduced wages or hours as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. These options include Disability Benefits, Paid Family Leave Benefits, and Unemployment Insurance Benefits. Information on California’s options for filing for any coronavirus-related unemployment, leave, or disability benefits can be found at the Employment Development Department.
Unemployment Insurance Information
Recently, Congress passed legislation to enhance states' unemployment insurance programs and to alter requirements to help workers affected by closures or lay-offs as a result of the coronavirus crisis. If you are temporarily out of work and plan to return to the same employer, you do not need to meet the usual requirement of looking for work while you are collecting UI benefits.
If you are self-employed or an independent contractor and are unable to work as a result of the spread of coronavirus, you may be eligible for unemployment insurance.
You may also be eligible to file a claim if your employer has reduced your hours or suspended operations due to coronavirus. To estimate your weekly benefit amount, use California's Unemployment Insurance Benefit Calculator. To learn more about Unemployment Insurance or file a claim.
Disability Insurance Information
If you are sick with COVID-19 or are in a medically-advised quarantine due to exposure to COVID-19, and you have the necessary supporting medical documentation, you are eligible to file a claim for Disability Insurance. This benefit will help provide temporary income assistance to those who are eligible. Learn more about state disability insurance.
Paid Family Leave Information
If you have to care for a family member who is sick or quarantined as a result of COVID-19 and are unable to work, you may be eligible for paid family leave benefits. You may also qualify if your normal means of childcare have been disrupted due to COVID-19. Benefits amounts are approximately 60-70% of wages depending on income. Learn more about paid family leave benefits here.
The IRS has also delayed the federal tax filing deadline from April 15 to July 15, 2020.