Career Services strongly recommends students meet with a career advisor and use our online resources for assistance with preparation of resume and application materials.
Department Internship Coordinators
Special Registration Form.pdf
The Career Center provides off-campus job & internship listing information and related services only as a courtesy, and does not in any way either endorse the employers who list job openings or guarantee the accuracy of the information therein. Those who use the job listings do so at their own risk. The Career Center, its staff, the California State University System and the State of California assume no liabilities related to the accuracy or inaccuracy of information provided in job listings and do not represent or act on behalf of the hiring authority.
|Internship Position||Company||Date Posted||Deadline|
|CivicSpark Americorps Fellow||Local Government Commission||5/26/2016||9/12/2016|
|Computer Teacher/Tutor||Novo Technologies||7/7/2016||8/8/2016|
|IT Internship||Basic Resources||7/1/2016||8/1/2016|
|IT Specialist||City of Livingston||7/21/2016||8/21/2016|
|Sales Research Internship||PowerSchool Group, LLC||7/14/2016||8/14/2016|
|Supply Chain Operations Future Leader Intern||Frito-Lay||9/2/2015||9/2/2016|
Description: Work based opportunities which allow students to apply classroom theory and knowledge while gaining relevant "hands-on" experience in their field of study. Internships can be semester long or take place over the summer. These opportunities can lead to full-time employment following graduation and help build a professional network.
Internships can be for academic credit or non-credit. Please see the NACE Position Statement on internships for more information. Students seeking academic credit for completing an internship will need to work closely with the Department Internship Coordinator for their major. Also, a Special Registration Form.pdf should be completed by students seeking to obtain course credit for an internship.