Job & Internship Postings
When you are ready to start your job search, a great place to begin is with Titan Connections, the official CSUF Job Board for students. Employers seeking Mihaylo students will post full-time, part-time and internships opportunities on a regular basis.
In addition, be sure to carefully read Mihaylo Career Services’ bi-weekly e-Newsletter that is delivered to your student email. Your newsletter will include job and internship leads from both Titan Connection and external sources specifically seeking Mihaylo students!
Remember that according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics nearly 70% of all jobs are never actually posted, but found through networking and personal connections! Be sure your networking plan is up and running by setting up an appointment today. Students can have their LinkedIn profile reviewed or get help on informational interviews.
Research from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) shows that 65% of students who participate in internships receive at least one job offer upon graduation. Mihaylo Career Services recommends that all business students complete at least one internship before graduation. If you are considering an internship for academic credit, be sure to consult your concentration’s academic department for specific requirements. In addition, the Center for Internship and Community Engagement can help you to complete the necessary steps to register your internship and enroll in the proper class.
Departments and Centers & Institutes:
Many of Mihaylo’s academic departments and Centers & Institutes also post job and internship opportunities for our students. To learn more, please visit their websites:
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In addition to Titan Connections, there are other external job sites that can be useful for students:
Job Posting Screening: While the Career Center and Mihaylo Career Services do not knowingly accept fraudulent job postings, regrettably, false job postings may appear in our listings from time to time. False job listings are typically used to illegally collect personal information from job seekers or facilitate other forms of illegal activity. Thus, there are risks associated with responding to a job posting. Those responding to a job posting assume all risks of doing so, including the risk of identity theft, other illegal activity or physical harm.