About Faculty & Staff
Request Career Presentations
Faculty, staff and student club/organization leaders can select from a variety of career-related presentation topics through the “Request a Live Presentation” link below. Presentations that exceed the 5 pm hour will need to be manually requested based on staff availability through the Request Staff to Table or Speak at an Event form. Due to the high volume of presentations we receive, the Career Center may have limited capacity for multiple requests in one course. For additional support, please contact email@example.com
Request Staff to Table or Speak at an Event
For tabling, panels and event speaker requests, please use the form below.
As an alternative, we recommend that students view our recorded asynchronous presentations through the Career Center YouTube videos channel or utilize resources below:
- How to Use Labor Market Insights
- Sac State Career Network (Video Library)
- Big Interview Resume Curriculum and Interview Curriculum
Please also encourage students to attend the All Majors' Career Fair on October 3-4, our Here to Career workshop series and other career events as part of a class assignment.
Partner With the Career Center
Want to partner to embed career development and workforce development components into your curriculum or organization?
Connect with the Career Center Team
The Career Center can also serve as the connection between faculty and employers. Refer community members, and potential employers/internship hosts to our Employer Relations team.
We recommend the following report for information on helping students build momentum toward careers: Purpose First.
Best Practices for Collaborating with the Career Center
- Use career fair and event participation as extra credit or class assignment opportunities
- Refer employers to us via Handshake
- Assign mock interviews using Big Interview
- Listen to the HirED Podcast
- Encourage students to explore major and career options via FOCUS2 Career and What Can I Do with This Major
- Encourage students to research industries that interest them using California Career Zone, ONet and Library resources
- Suggest that students use the Smart Thinking tutoring tool in Canvas for resume and cover letter feedback
- For students in need of extra help to select a career or find a job, encourage students to make an appointment for Career Center Counseling.
- Note: For faculty who assigned C2C “College to Career Readiness” program, this curriculum is being updated; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
- Join a Professional Learning Community or Teaching Institute in collaboration with CTL on how to help students be Career Ready
Connect with the Career Center
Lassen Hall, Room 1013
Phone: (916) 278-6231