Cal State San Bernardino’s WorkAbility IV will host a panel discussion on Thursday, Nov. 2, for students interested in a career in education.

The “Careers in Education Panel Discussion” will take place from noon to 2 p.m. in CSUSB’s Lower Commons Pine Room.

The 90-minute discussion will provide students the opportunity to learn and ask questions about education and career road maps from faculty and staff who work in education.

Panelists include:  

  • Carolyn Eggleston, special education professor, executive director of the CSUSB Reentry Initiative, director of the Center for the Study of Correctional Education;
  • Steven Bronack, associate dean, education-administration;
  • James Graham, supplemental instruction coordinator, undergraduate studies ; and
  • Angela Arteaga, internship career counselor, Career Center.

Recently, WorkAbility IV (WA-IV) expanded its career services through a CSUSB Student Success Initiative grant. The expanded services provide tailored activities that foster relationships between students, faculty, staff and professionals with disabilities through five interactive panel discussions that center on different majors of study: psychology and related fields, information systems and related fields, business and public administration, education and natural sciences. 

These 90-minute panel discussions provide students the opportunity to interact and learn about the road maps that CSUSB faculty, staff and professionals with disabilities in these major fields of study followed to obtain their positions. Moreover, professionals with disabilities will discuss disabilities and their impact on learning, the work environment and overcoming their particular challenge(s).

Lunch will be provided and the panel is free to attend, but seats are limited. To RSVP, please call Elizabeth Williams at (909) 537-3583 or email at

To request accommodations, please contact WorkAbility IV at (909) 537-7207 or email at; 72-hour advance notice required.

WorkAbility IV is a specialized program that provides pre- and post-employment services for students with disabilities who are registered clients of the California Department of Rehabilitation. Program services include: assistance in acquiring internships, volunteer opportunities or employment; mock interviews and coaching; resume and cover letter building; career and transferable skill assessments; one-on-one career counseling; assistance with job applications; targeted job development; connection to employers; specialized workshops; employment fairs; and assistance with technology and professional networking.

Visit the CSUSB WorkAbility IV website or call (909) 537-7207 to learn more about its services and programs.

For more information on Cal State San Bernardino, contact the university’s Office of Strategic Communication at (909) 537-5007 and visit


Cal State San Bernardino’s WorkAbility IV will host a panel discussion at noon Thursday, Nov. 2, in the Lower Commons Pine Room, for students interested in a career in education.