New Career Center Director says her vision for the center has a first-generation student focus that includes working on confidence-building and career readiness.
Thambi, a junior biology STEM major at CSUSB, shares her experience as an exceptional student and active community member.
Roger Woolsey, CSUSB’s new Career Center executive director, says his vision for the center includes providing support for students with the best services and programs to prepare them for postgraduate success.
A job and volunteer fair held by the Career Center and the Office of Community Engagement for students is taking place now through 2 p.m. in front of the John M. Pfau Library
The Cal State San Bernardino Career Center hosted an intensive two-day preconference to prepare about 40 students planning to attend the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities 31st annual national conference.
The contract’s funding of more than $1.6 million will allow CBA to significantly increase its programming inside California state prisons, expanding its partnerships with other CSU campuses and growing jobs in the region.
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.
Cal State San Bernardino was well represented at the annual conference of the Hispanic Association for Colleges and Universities in San Diego when President Tomás D. Morales attended with about 40 CSUSB students.
More than 1,000 Cal State San Bernardino students took refuge from warm, balmy weather by sledding, snowboarding and playing in makeshift wintery conditions for the 11th annual CSUSB Snow Day held on Jan. 18.