WorkAbility IV staff can provide support during what can be a stressful time and provide much-needed encouragement, advice or use the link to make an appointment to meet with one of the staff members for one on one employment services.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Q: How do I become qualified for services?
A: You must be a CSUSB student and a Department of Rehabilitation Client.
Q: What does WA-IV Employment Services offer?
- Assistance in acquiring internships, volunteer opportunities or part time jobs
- Mock interviews and coachingFederal resume buildingCareer and transferable skill assessments
- One-on-one career counseling
- Updating of resumes
- Assistance with job applications
- Targeted job employment
- Connection to employers
- Specialized workshops
- Employment fairs
- Assistance with technology
- Professional networking such as LinkedIn
Q: Can I get help with making or updating a LinkedIn Account?
A: Yes. Make an appointment where/how to get individualized help or attend a workshop
Q: Do I need to make an appointment?
A: You can do a walk in visit, but an appointment is recommended to assure you will get the help you are requesting. Where/how
Q: If I have already graduated can I still use WA-IV services?
A: Alumni have a one year grace period from the time they graduate to use our services.
Q: Where can I find employment?
A: Refer to the Job Postings Tab in the WorkAbility Iv Virtual Job Club website for up-to-date job listings.
Q: Does WA-IV offer any workshops?
A: WA-IV offers a variety of workshops including: Workforce Recruitment Information, Federal Internship Preparation, ADA and the Workplace, Resume Development, Transferable Skills, Stress Management, Job Fair Preparation, Disclosing Hidden Abilities Follow the Link: to Workshops to see what’s being offered in the spring.