These programs are open to all CSU students, including law students.

The Office of Career Strategy & Employment encourages students to leverage a wide variety of resources in their job search and professional development. One of those resources is the University Career Center. Following are a few upcoming programs that may be of interest, particularly for joint-degree students and those seeking careers outside of traditional legal practice.

Thursday, February 21: U.S. State Department Information Session with Dale Giovengo. Dale Giovengo, Diplomat in Residence in the Midwest, will host information sessions for students and alumni interested in a career in public service at 2pm and 5pm in RW 202. He’ll discuss career opportunities within the State Department, which is seeking talented and motivated students to fill a wide variety of Foreign Service and Civil Service roles. *This is a walk-in event.

Friday, March 1: Resume Rx. At Resume Rx, students receive personalized feedback on their resumes from top area employers—right here on campus from 9am to 4:30pm in RW 280. The event also encourages students to practice their elevator pitch: a succinct and meaningful way to capture employers’ attention and make a lasting impression. *This is a walk-in event.

Friday, March 29: Mock Interview Day. Mock Interview Day—from 9am to 4 pm in RW 280—allows students to practice their professionalism, polish their interview skills and broaden their network. Many of the area’s top employers will be on campus facilitating mock interviews—a great opportunity for students to exercise critical interpersonal skills. *Students must register in advance for this event. Contact the University Career Center to register.