Career Resources

Our staff is available to provide information to you and your students in a variety of ways, including:

  • "Don't Cancel Your Class" - Going to a conference or travelling, put us in your syllabus for a class presentation to cover your class and give your students valuable information.
  • Class or club presentations on resume writing, interview techniques, job and internship search, career options for majors, and other topics.
  • Collaboration on incorporating career development into academic coursework.
  • Assistance hiring students for your department or research projects.
  • Guidelines for writing letters of recommendation.
  • Academic and Career Advising Center Tours.
  • Attending Career and Volunteer Expo

For more information, call 707-826-3341. We will connect you with Academic and Career Advising Center staff.

Posting an On-Campus Job

Since Summer 2018, all on-campus jobs for students should be posted to Handshake in order to promote equity of opportunity across campus. Handshake is the leader in career recruitment technology for higher education, and the platform allows anyone to register as an employer and post opportunities, including: 

  • Part-time
  • Internships
  • Work-Study

Guide to Legal Issues - The National Association of Colleges and Employers provides excellent guides to the laws affecting student workers and internships.