Dolphin CareerLink

Start here for your job/internship search!  
Dolphin CareerLink is part of NACElink, the world's largest network of college and university career centers and includes over 5 million employers. Dolphin CareerLink (DCL) is your one stop shop for jobs and internships from local, regional, and national employers who are posting at numerous colleges and universities. For employers who are seeking to #HIRECSUCI, DCL can help connect you to CSUCI's students and alumni to achieve your recruiting goals.

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Login to myCI and click the Dolphin CareerLink tab located under Services.

Additional Online Job/Internship Databases

Review a comprehensive list of job/internship databases to expand your job search.

Internship Guidelines

Information, resources and guidelines to help students navigate the internship process.

Jump Start Your Career

A step-by-step guide that assists CI students through the stages of goal setting, career planning and professional development.

Career Resources

Workplace Harassment

CSU Channel Islands student interns and student workers should never have to encounter harassment or discrimination in the workplace.  If you have questions or concerns about personally experiencing or witnessing an instance of possible discrimination or harassment in your  workplace environment, or an instance of a site’s refusal to provide reasonable accommodation to an individual with a disability, please contact Jean Estevez, Interim Title IX Inclusion Officer, at jean.estevez@csuci.edu, or 805-437-2077, or Lindero Hall 1836.

Additional Resources:
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: Support and resources related to discrimination and any form of harassment in the workplace.
California Department of Fair Employment and Housing: Protects the people of California from unlawful discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations (businesses) and from hate violence and human trafficking.

Diversity Resources