Human Development majors are well-prepared to work with people of all ages, and people from diverse cultural, ethnic, gender, socioeconomic, and religious backgrounds. The Human Development and Women's Studies programs introduce students to a broad understanding of human experience and behavior, and prepare students for a variety of careers in areas such as teaching, educational leadership, social work, health care, counseling, mental health, law and law enforcement, or human resource and organizational work in community or corporate settings. Click on the buttons below for more information.
If you are uncertain about what type of work would be a good fit for you, make a career advising appointment with Academic Advising and Career Education.
A helpful resource for learning about the education/training requirements and average salaries of many careers is the Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook.
JOBS AT CSUEB
If you want to work on campus, here are CSUEB job listings.
OTHER JOB LISTINGS
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OTHER RESOURCES FOR WOMENWomen of Color in Doctoral Program
Colleges and Universities
Human Rights organizations
Immigration & Migrant Family Services
Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs)
Non-profit Organizations (NPOs)