Welcome Faculty

Career Development and Alumni Engagement can provide your students with career readiness as an integral part of your course curriculum, or as an opportunity for students to learn about valuable core competencies and labor market trends. We look forward to our collaboration in support of student success. Thank you in advance for your commitment to assisting us in connecting with our students. We welcome your feedback and the chance to connect with you regarding partnership opportunities.

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Request Career Education Materials and Book a Presentation

We have formatted all traditional presentations to provide a new asynchronous and synchronous educational and interactive experience for students, allowing presentations booking in 2 steps and in real time! Available both in-person and virtually. Click below for more information or visit our Presentation Request page.

Post On-Campus Jobs on Handshake

We encourage faculty and staff to utilize Handshake to post a part-time job and also explore what positions are available to CSUCI students. You can also find access to Handshake in your MyCI account.

If you would to request to our On-Campus Employment account, please email career.services@csuci.edu for assistance. 

Additonal Resources:

Request Alumni and Industry Professionals

In addition, we can arrange presentations by employers and industry professionals (many of them alumni), who can discuss their experiences and how their major has helped them in their careers.

Internships & Academic Credit

Information to support faculty and staff who have students seeking internships and academic credit. Access Handshake to connect your quality students with local and regional employers seeking our student talent. Gaining access to Dolphin CareerLink will keep you updated on internship and career opportunities to increase collaboration between CDAE, faculty, employers, and CI students.

Refer Employers

We appreciate your support in referring employers who may contact you in an effort to identify students from your academic disciplines for internships or full-time positions.

Other Resources for faculty and staff

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