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Career Center Student Life

About Faculty & Staff

Request Career Presentations

Submit a request for a Career Center presentation in your classroom, for your group, or event.

The following topics may be requested:

  • Resume Cover Letter (50 minutes)
  • Interviewing and Professionalism (50 minutes)
  • Internship/Job Search Strategies (50 minutes)
  • Major/Career Exploration (50 minutes)
  • First-Year Seminar (50 minutes)
  • Career Center Overview (15 minutes)
  • Career Center Tabling

Partner With the Career Center

Want to partner to embed career development components into your curriculum or organization? Connect with your Career Center liaison.

Denise Hamilton, Ed.D.
Experiential Learning Coordinator & Career Counselor
College of Education
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Emanuel Melgarejo, M.A.
Experiential Learning Coordinator & Career Counselor
College of Health & Human Services
College of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies Liaison
Michelle Okada, M.S.
Lead Career Counselor & Experiential Learning Coordinator
College of Arts & Letters
College of Engineering & Computer Science
Stephanie Francis, M.B.A.
Internship Coordinator
College of Business Administration
Emma Wadiak, M.A.
Career Development Specialist
On-Campus Employment & Campus Organizations

Best Practices for Collaborating with the Career Center

  • Connect with your liaison
  • Use career fair and event participation as extra credit or class assignment opportunities
  • Invite us to a staff or department meeting
  • Refer employers to us via Handshake
  • Assign mock interviews using Big Interview
  • Encourage students to explore major and career options via FOCUS2 Career and What Can I Do with This Major
  • Teach 21st century skills needed at work by showing New World of Work videos and asking students to complete the suggested assignments
  • Encourage students to research industries that interest them using California Career Zone and Library resources
  • Suggest that students use the Smart Thinking tutoring tool in Canvas for resume feedback as well as drop-in at the Career Center
  • Note: For faculty who assigned C2C “College to Career Readiness” program, this curriculum is being updated; please contact for assistance.

Campus Services

Find Us

Career Center
Lassen Hall, Room 1013
Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. , (Virtual Appointments Only)

Contact Us

Phone: (916) 278-6231