- Transfer Student Programs
- Transfer Student Spotlight
- Academic Support & Resources
- Smooth Transitions
- Student Involvement
Career Education and Student Employment
AACE counselors guide you in understanding and completing all General Education and graduation requirements. Obtain assistance to clarify and attain your career goals. Staff can assist you in exploring majors, developing your skills and helping you prepare to obtain employment with resumes, cover letters, interview practice and more. Meet prospective employers on campus at Career and Internship fairs.
Student employment and internship opportunities are offered by a variety of employers to Cal State East Bay students. Visit the AACE web site to find jobs and internships by signing into the Pioneer Jobs portal on the AACE web site to find jobs and internships.
|Federal Work Study||Federal Work Study (FWS) is a form of financial aid largely provided by federal funding. A student must apply for financial aid each year to become eligible for the award, or to keep working in their current Work Study job. Eligible FWS students earn money by working a limited number of hours per week at a pre-approved FWS site location. Employment may be found on or off campus with employers that have arranged in advance to offer FWS positions to CSUEB students.|