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Sac State holds education career fair

Students and employers converse about possible job opportunities at the Educator Recruitment Expo in the University Union Ballroom on Tuesday, April 19.

Andrew Brown

April 21, 2016

Sacramento State's 2016 Educator Recruitment Expo in the University Union Ballroom on Tuesday, April 19 saw even more potential employers than last year. Hundreds of students in business casual attire showed up to the event, which featured 118 different educational organizations. The Career...

Students exposed to STEM careers

Joel Boland

November 23, 2015

The Career Center at Sacramento State organized the first STEMposium: Career Awareness and Exploration event on Monday, Nov. 23 in the University Union. Students rotated between tables to have small group discussions with professionals in science, technology, engineering and mathematical careers, as we...

All majors career fair held by Career Center at Sac State

The Career Center at Sac state held an all majors Career Fair in the University Union ballroom at Sac State on October 6. 

Christine Kittle

October 7, 2015

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From zero to 120: learn To stay on track to graduate

Nadine Tanjuakio l @nadinetanj

September 6, 2015

The Academic Advising Center hosted an event designed to help students learn about the different programs available to assist with staying on track for graduation in the Redwood Room of the University Union on Sept. 3. In addition to the hosting department, the Career Center, Peer Academic Re...

Federal Bureau seeks Sac State students for service

Elizabeth Zelidon

October 8, 2014

Sacramento State students with limited leadership positions, language skills or who download content off the Internet may not be eligible for the FBI’s recruitment standards.On Monday, Sac State’s Career Center welcomed the FBI for an informational on its paid internship program where applications a...

Employers share knowledge at career fair

Jasmine Alston

September 30, 2014

The University Ballroom filled up with Sacramento State students Wednesday as they searched for potential employment opportunities and networked with employers.Some of the recruiters were Sac State alumni who came back to assist students with finding employment.Mike Faringer graduated in 2010 and now...

New Associated Students Inc. president aims to increase student services on campus

State Hornet Staff

May 14, 2014

Associated Students Inc. President-elect Lauren Lombardo’s main focus is not to change the university’s identity but to improve on its strength through student resources.With 40 percent of Sacramento State’s student population transferring community college and 94 percent living off campus, Lo...

Sacramento State health care graduates earn among highest salaries in nation

Folsom Hall provides practical learning experiences for students to learn skills needed to succeed in health care related fields.

Ilian Cervantes-Branum

May 2, 2014

Sacramento State health care graduates are making some of the nation’s highest salaries, according to a recent PayScale survey. Sac State ranked eighth nationwide for healthcare professionals in the 2013-2014 PayScale College Salary Report. “It really starts with the students that we are b...

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State Hornet Staff

February 11, 2014

It has been four or five years, give or take a few semesters, and it is finally time to graduate. Requirements are met, grades are decent enough and the eagerness to have that degree in hand is growing. So, now what? Too often are students graduating from college with little to no plans for the fu...

Students prepare for the future with Career Center

The Sacramento State Career Center located in Lassen Hall is a valuable resource that is often overlooked by students.

Kathleen Pizzo

November 6, 2013

Child development major Aneece McKinney, 22, is among the many fall 2013 Sacramento State future graduates who have yet to find a job relevant to their degree.“I think my education has helped me, but I’ve been looking for a job and it’s hard,” McKinney said.Although students said they have the ed...

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