At SFBU’s Career Center, students can access resources such as one-on-one career counseling, seminars, and computers and processes dedicated to job searching. Counseling helps students plan for their careers and prepares them to join the workforce with job fairs and job skills seminars.
Students can benefit from the knowledge and information presented by industry experts in SFBU’s speaker series. In addition, students can visit companies onsite to get information about particular technologies at Fremont's Manufacturing Day.
In these workshops, students learn a variety of job search skills, such as networking, writing a resume and cover letter, and interviewing.
SFBU students get a chance to meet employers in person at career fairs. Career fairs are tried-and-true ways to get yourself in front of potential employers. Students can learn about the skills required for these jobs and determine how their skills fit these requirements.
SFBU understands the importance of social skill development. For this reason, Career Services provides opportunities for students to broaden their social awareness by volunteering. As a university in the Bay Area, SFBU feels a sense of responsibility to the local community. Learn more about how you can volunteer your time and efforts to help those in our area.