Academic Advising and Career Education (AACE) recognizes the important role faculty members and campus staff play and the influential clout they possess in the overall development of our students.
Below highlights some of the services and resources that AACE offers to faculty and staff. Note that if you are interested in hiring students for campus employment, visit Employer Relations. Please remember that AACE is always looking for new ways to collaborate with faculty members and campus staff to help students clarify and attain their career goals and have opportunities to successfully complete their educational goals. For instance, we welcome any opportunity to visit your class to present on career-related issues like resume writing, the job search, the job market, career decision making, networking or interviewing.
Classroom presentations are tailored to your curriculum and student organization meetings to teach various areas of career development such as job search strategies, resume development, and interviewing skills. We can also host employers in your classroom to give your students a "real world" perspective. AACE is now offering Don't Cancel That Class program.
AACE has designated counselors who serve in a liaison capacity with each college. All AACE counselors are available to counsel any CSUEB student on career decisions; however, we do try to make it easier for you in your communications and requests with our office, in providing you direct contact.
Handshake is Academic Advising and Career Education's online career services management system that allows students to:
As a faculty member or student advisor, you may obtain free access to Handshake by contacting Sylvia Head at 510-885-2453.
AACE manages the AACETubes that are found around the campus including the SA Lobby, AACE Lobby, New University Union, AE Building, and the Science Building. Please review postings guidelines regarding the AACETubes.
Career and internship fairs are an extremely effective way for employers to reach our students. Thousands of students attend our fairs every year.
Employers contact AACE regularly, searching for opportunities to reach out to your students. Oftentimes, the request is to have a professional come to your classroom to either talk about the subject matter directly related to your course or to simply come in and introduce students to career or internship opportunities. If you are interested in having an employer visit your classroom, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Institutions of higher education should be interested in how their graduates are doing in the larger world after they leave. At Cal State East Bay, we survey our graduates shortly after they leave, to determine how many are employed, how many are continuing their education, and how many are still in search of adequate employment. AACE (Academic Advising and Career Education) has conducted these surveys off-and-on for the past 20 years. Below are the latest data collected that shows what CSEUB graduates are doing after graduation.