The hope is that these microinternships could lead to full time jobs.
CSU’s Career Center and the College of Business are hosting the Fall All-Campus Career Fair on Sept. 22-23.
CSU’s Pride Resource Center and community partners are hosting a series of events for Pride Month focusing on LGBTQIA+ history and current issues facing the community.
Employers with available positions will join the CSU Career Center through Handshake on April 21 for one-on-one sessions with students.
In Fall 2020, Istre brainstormed, planned, and executed CSU’s first Virtual Career Fair in collaboration with campus partners.
These awards are designed to recognize outstanding individuals and groups who advocate career for all at CSU and beyond.
Campus employment is a potent ingredient in helping students foster community, sharpen professional skills and graduate from college.
Much like classes, research and other facets of CSU, services supported by student fees have had to adapt in the face of COVID-19.
When corporate recruiters nationwide work to fill jobs, they look at Colorado State University students more favorably than their peers at other institutions because CSU alumni have a reputation for strong leadership qualities, teamwork skills and being better prepared to succeed in a job.