The Staff Development Center at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) officially opened its doors on September 12, 2017 as a result of CSUSB’s Strategic Plan, Goal #2 – Faculty & Staff Success: foster innovation, scholarship, and discovery for faculty and staff success.
The purpose of the Staff Development Center will focus on staff success at CSUSB by increasing training opportunities for staff in the areas of job-specific and technical training, diversity and inclusion workshops, professional and personal sessions, and career discussions including a resource for job-seeking staff regarding their resumes, cover letters, and interview preparation.
The Coyote Learning Circle is intended to promote your professional and personal development at CSUSB through community learning and discussion that is relevant to areas of growth. You will be exposed to a variety of resources that emphasize opportunities for growth like communication, interpersonal relationships, diversity & inclusion, and leadership development.
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Navigate your way towards a more rewarding career by participating in one of the offered career pathway programs.
Pawz for Learning is a self-paced, self-guided, and self-reported professional development program for CSUSB employees. Employees are encouraged to "pause” for a minimum of one (1) hour per month for 12 consecutive months and invest in their professional development through a blend of learning activities.
What Our Colleagues Have to Say
See what our colleagues have to say about how CSUSB supports staff success.
"I am a firm believer in the Staff Development Center as I am 'product' of their services. I've worked towards a promotion for almost 2-years, but it wasn't until I sought their assistance that I was able to land the job! And I strongly believe that between their help and my determination to pursue additional development, it made all of the difference."
-One-on-One Appointment, April 2019