The goal of Career Readiness in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (CSTEM) is to increase the preparedness of our students before they graduate by providing career options, connections between college and community members, and the skills to successfully transition from college into fulfilling, full-time employment in their domain of interest.
ASI typically interviews and hires students in the spring semester for employment the following fall semester. The ASI Elections open each spring semester.
CSTEM also has two representatives who serve on the ASI Board of Directors. Those individuals have to commit to 10 hours a week and receive a semester parking pass and $500 per semester scholarship.
The Career Center offers information about resumes, interviewing, job search, grad school, career direction and other career related topics. Workshops are offered throughout the semester.
Offered through the Career Center, the Office of Internships helps faculty mentors and students partner with local businesses and community partners for academic credit or non-credit paid internships.
STEM Science Writing Workshop with Dr. Julie Jameson and Dr. Darcy Taniguchi, Department of Biological Sciences, and Talitha Matlin, STEM Librarian. Get help with research reports, Master's theses, statements of purpose, essays, and more! Tuesdays from 1:00-2:00PM.