Our mission is to help SF State students and alumni have fulfilling careers. To this end, we partner with SF State faculty, staff and student organizations to assist SF State students and alumni in defining career goals that are consistent with their interests, skills, values, and personalities; in mastering the job search skills that will enable them to pursue those goals effectively; and in connecting with employers whose industry specific expertise will help them translate their academic achievements into professional success.
Looking for a job? Trying to find an internship? Interested in graduate school? The Student Involvement and Career Center hosts the Part-Time Job Fair, Graduate School Fair, Fall Career Fair, Spring Career Fair and other career educational events that are open to all students.
The Office of Career Services is dedicated to assisting SF State students with all aspects of their career development. Our goal is to prepare you to be a sought after candidate ready with the skills-sets needed for securing a lucrative and fulfilling career.
How to begin your relationship with our office? First, sign up for our social media links to stay up-to-date with all of our office's career development opportunities. Secondly, check out our calendar of events to find out when and where the next exciting workshop or event is taking place. Lastly, don't wait until your senior year to come to our office. Stop by as a First-Year or Transfer student to begin working with our talented staff in developing your skill sets. Whether you need help with picking a career trajectory or need help developing your resume or help finding a job...our staff is here to help. We know that you are embarking on an exciting adventure here at SF State filled with knowledge-learning, social networking and experiencing everything that college has to offer. Let us be a part of that experience by helping you develop those important job attaining skills you need to join the workforce.
The Career Services Office offers a wide variety of workshops available to all current SF State students and alumni. To register for a workshop, please check out our workshop calendar and register for the event you wish to attend by following the link and logging on to your Orgsync account. Please click on "workshops" bar on the left to view the types of professional development workshops the OCS has to offer.
GatorJOBS provides employment and internship opportunities targeted to SF State students and alumni by employers. Students can search for on-campus Work-Study or student assistant positions as well as opportunities for both employment and internships with off-campus employers.
Student Activities and Events
Fraternity/Sorority Life - www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/greeklife.html
The SF State campus has one of the most unique fraternity and sorority systems in the country for students. With over 30 extremely diverse chapters on campus, joining a fraternity or sorority is a great outlet for students’ academic, service and social involvement. These organizations are both international, regional and local, representing students of all backgrounds.
Get Involved in Student Organizations
Want to join a student organization? Have an idea for starting a new organization on campus? It’s easy to do using our online campus system, OrgSync (http://www.orgsync.com/). There are over 200 recognized student organizations that play a vital role in the active and engaged SF State community. Getting involved in a student organization is a great way to improve leadership skills, meet fellow Gators, explore a variety of interests, complement classroom work and gain professional experience.
There are many SICC programs designed to provide all SF State students with opportunities and resources to develop and hone their personal leadership skill as well as providing an opportunity to for students to network with each other and gain knowledge related to the multifaceted concept of leadership. The program consists of many components, including the annual Leadership Symposium held at the start of the fall semester and an extensive series of workshops held throughout each semester. There’s also the Emerging Leaders Floor in Mary Park Hall for first-year students.