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Resources for Virtual Networking, Employment and Professional Development

To assist Sac State Business Administration students navigate professional development, networking and employment opportunities during these unprecedented times as a result of COVID-19, this page will serve as a resource page for information, tips, and opportunities for students trying to navigate the virtual workplace environment. This page will be updated as new resources are identified.

If you are an employer or organization and would like to be featured on this page, please contact our Office of Student Engagement Director Bonnie Beevers (bonnie.beevers@csus.edu)

Parker Dewey Micro-Internships

Micro-Internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. These projects enable Career Launchers to demonstrate skills, explore career paths, and build their networks as they seek the right full-time role.

Unlike traditional internships, Micro-Internships can take place year-round, typically range from 5 to 40 hours of work, and are due between one week and one month after kick-off. Micro-Internships are used by companies ranging from those in the Fortune 100 to emerging start-ups, and go across departments including sales, marketing, technology, HR, and finance. All Micro-Internships on the Parker Dewey platform are fixed-fee, paid engagements.

If you are launching your career, Parker Dewey provides a tremendous opportunity. Not only can you explore different career paths and work on interesting assignments, you can also demonstrate your abilities to potential employers while building your professional portfolio and network. Beyond that, your academic experience will improve as you apply what is taught in the classroom to the real world (and vice versa). Oh, did we forget to mention that you get paid for all of this?

Program Benefits

  • Work on interesting projects
  • Develop relationships with potential employers
  • Gain valuable experience
  • Explore career options
  • Demonstrate your capabilities
  • Generate income

Remote Work Websites for New Opportunities in 2022

If you have ever thought about working from home in the past, you probably found that it was pretty tough to find a remote role. However, with so many changes in society in the last few years, that has started to change.

URx Talent Development Program

June 16 – August 18, 2021

Every Wednesday, 12 noon - 1 p.m. (PST)

The URx Talent Development Program (TDP) is a series of employer-hosted workshops presented by members of the URx community.

These workshops will feature topics to help prepare you to be successful during the upcoming recruitment cycle and during your future internship and new grad roles.

TDP will take place remotely through the Hopin platform.

URx Talent Development Program flyer

Apple Support College Program

Apple Support College Program is hiring!

These are year-long part-time remote positions to start in early August. Students need to have a minimum GPA of 2.7 and be willing to commit to work for a year (enrolled through December 2021). These customer service positions are open to all majors. They are looking to interview about 40 students in the next few weeks.

U.S. Department of State's Virtual Student Federal Service

BitProject

Bit Project is an open source, fully remote student initiative aimed at making developer education more accessible to underserved communities.

We're looking to recruit members to join our people and marketing teams!

Bit Project is a fully remote, student organization at UC Davis that is dedicated to developing open-source technical education for underserved communities. We work with leading companies like MongoDB, Twitter, and Postman to develop curriculum on a broad range of topics to help prepare students to enter the tech industry.

As Bit Project continues to expand, so does the need for individuals to join our team. We’re looking to recruit passionate students to assist with recruiting, learning and development, and onboarding within our organization. As a member of our people team, you will help recruit top talent to join Bit Project and ensure each member has a smooth transition into our organization. If these positions don’t seem to be the right fit, we encourage you to take a look at the open positions our marketing team has to offer. From Illustrators to Social Media Specialists, there is something for everyone!

By joining Bit Project, you will enter a community that is powered by collaboration. We believe learning is more fun — and more effective — when we put our heads together! With the efforts of everyone involved, we can implement Bit Project across the nation to fortify technical communities everywhere.

Note: Because we are a student organization, each position is unpaid and voluntary. Nonetheless, we provide great opportunities for students to spark change in their communities and get experience in fields they are passionate about

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How to Network on LinkedIn - 7 Proven Tips for 2022

You probably already have a LinkedIn account…

You might even have some connections as part of your network from your last job or university…

But that’s far from everything you can do to take advantage of LinkedIn to build new connections and really take your career to the next level!

In fact, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Here are the 7 essential tips you need to follow to become a LinkedIn networking expert: