What do you uniquely bring to an organization? Knowing this helps you demonstrate your story to employers. Let us help you in this interactive tool!
Are you a good listener? Do you negotiate well? Do you find you adapt well? Find out what skills are top for you.
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Being curious is an important way to begin a successful career search. As you meet others you can informally ask many of the questions you might ask people more formally about their job.
Taking time to identify your primary interest areas can help you find a major and career path that fit you well and possibly identify new careers you haven’t even considered.
70% of CSU graduates secured first-destination employment or education plan at the time of graduation
Grads are employed at a rate 10 points higher than the national average and earn an average of $45,000
3 out of 4 CSU graduates are employed in a field or profession related to their major
I worked hard in all of my classes and was accepted into a research lab my sophomore year, but my accomplishments came from persistence and determination. I will now continue on my education in a Masters of Science Program at The University of California, Irvine in Biological Sciences and Biotechnology where I plan to pursue a medical degree afterwards. I hope that students take advantage of the support that CSU provides, and I will always be a RAM at heart!
Savannah R., '18
M.S. Biological Sciences & Biotechnology
University of California, Irvine