Spring Job & Internship FairJob Empolyer talking with Students

The Job & Internship Fair draws students from all majors and is a means of showcasing your part-time and full-time positions and internships. It is the most well attended student event of the office.

Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015
11 am - 3 pm
NEW LOCATION: Library, 5th Floor (South Wing)
Recruiter Registration

All registrants receive advance advertising of your visit, a table with two chairs, lunch, and day-long refreshments for two representatives.


  • Non-profit or government: $240
  • For-profit: $325
  • Sponsorships: From $750 to $5,000

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Joint Education Job Fair Job Fair at CSUDH

This collaborative event, held at CSU Long Beach, allows you to meet with hundreds of credential candidates and alumni from CSUDH and CSULB!

Date: Friday, March 27
12 noon - 4 pm
Recruiter Registration

Fee:  $200 for 2 reps with lunch; $25 each additional rep

Recruiting Guidelines at CSUDH Recruiting Events and Job Fairs

  1. The Career Center serves the entire CSUDH student population and will not sponsor organizations that restrict consideration to specific populations, i.e., Latinos, older students, women, etc.
  2. We will not cooperate with organizations that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender.
  3. We do not help to promote positions that require an investment of cash or other purchases by the prospective employee. The only exception to this will be necessary and appropriate personal safety clothing and gear or equivalent.
  4. At our employment fairs, eligible participants are employers offering paid employment opportunities or paid or volunteer internship opportunities. Excluded activities: recruitment for home based business/direct sales/franchise or distributorship opportunities; sale of merchandise, services or products; polling or surveying of students; fundraising or petition drives; recruitment of students for educational programs outside of CSUDH.

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