College of Education and Allied Studies presents
CEAS Career Development Day
Build Your Future: Pathways to Careers
Last updated on February 8, 2013
The College of Education and Allied Studies (CEAS) at California State University, East Bay will host a Career Development Day on Saturday, February 23, 2013. The event is from 9 am to 3:30 pm on the Hayward Hills Campus in the New University Union, Multipurpose Room. The theme is Build Your Future: Pathways to Careers!
This will be a wonderful opportunity for everyone to network and for employers to hire undergraduate and graduate students, credential candidates, and alumni from the following areas:
- Education (Curriculum, Reading, EdTech Leadership, Online Teaching and Learning)
- Educational Leadership (Administrative Services)
- Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism
- Single and Multiple Subject Credentials
- Special Education
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Counseling (Marriage Family Therapy, School Counseling, and School Psychology)
8:30 am Student registration opens
9-10 am Employer check in/career fair set up
9-11:25 am Student workshops (see chart below)
10-11 am Employer reception with CEAS
11 am - 1pm Career fair
12 - 1 pm Boxed lunch pick up for all pre-registered participants
12 - 3:30 pm On-site interviews
1 - 3:25 pm Student workshops (see chart below)
|Time/Location||New UU 2007A/B||Old UU 307A/B/C||Old UU 311|
|9:00 – 9:45 AM||Counseling & Psychology in
Schools and Community Panel
|Credential Completers Workshop|
|9:50 – 10:35 AM||Credential Educators Panel||Resumes, Applications, and Documents|
|10:40 – 11:25 AM||Hospitality, Recreation, Tourism, & Kinesiology Panel||Interview Preparation: Before, During, & After||Credential Completers Workshop|
|1:00 – 1:45 PM||Practical Networking Methods||Resumes, Applications, and Documents|
|1:50 – 2:35 PM||Practical Networking Methods||Interview Preparation: Before, During, & After|
|2:40 – 3:25 PM||One-on-One Q&A||One-on-One Q&A||One-on-One Q&A|
Come with your resume to meet recruiters from various organizations who want to meet and interview prospective teachers, counselors, administrators, specialists, and allied studies majors for open positions. Come and meet recruiters from...
• Albany Unified School District
• AlphaVista Services Inc
• Bayview Hunters Point Foundation
• Castro Valley Unified School District
• Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
• City of Emeryville
• City of Newark
• Community Youth Center
• East Bay Asian Youth Center
• FirstSteps for Kids
• Holiday Inn Dublin
• Kids Country
• Marriott International
• Natomas Unified School District
• Oakland Unified School District
• Pacific Child and Family Associates
• Quest Therapeutic Camps
• San Lorenzo Unified School District
• Si Se Puede Behavioral Intervention, Inc
• Stockton Unified School District
• West Contra Costa Unified School District
and many others!
Some components of this event are limited to pre-registered participants only, so don't delay!
The event will be held in the New University Union. Upon arriving to campus, please look for road signage that directs you to the designated lot for the event.
The University will start its project to demolish the vacant Warner Hall building in mid-February. This will impact parking near the University Unions (event site) and travel time while on campus.
Though parking lots A and B, which are near the University Unions, will remain open, some sections of the two lots closet to Warren Hall will be fenced off and used as construction staging areas. Road blocks will go up in mid-February, closing off car traffic along West Loop Road directly in front of Warren Hall. I recommend that you approach the University on Harder Rd. and not Carlos Bee Blvd.
This is a weekend that the campus has other events scheduled. Therefore, please allow sufficient time when planning your trip to Cal State East Bay. I look forward in seeing you at the CEAS Career Development Day.
Campus Map and Directions
A campus map is available at: http://www.csueastbay.edu/about/visitor-information/maps-campus-locations/hayward-campus-map/index.html.
Please plan your travel carefully, http://www.weather.com/weather/monthly/94542?month=1.
Individuals with disabilities that may require special accommodations, please contact the Accessibility Services Office at (510) 885-3868 two weeks prior to the event.
For Student Questions:
Credential Student Service Center
For Employer Questions:
Sylvia Head, Employer Relations Coordinator
Academic Adivising and Career Education