Career Resource Library
Find information on hundreds of majors, occupations, employers, graduate programs, and scholarships. Search for full-time employment, part-time and seasonal
jobs, and internships.
Ten computers with MS Word are available to access the Career Development Center website, create resumes, research employment opportunities, and access
Eureka and Choices, interactive software programs designed to identify careers that match your skills and interests.
The Career Resource Library contains more than 700 books and publications. To view the titles or search by keyword, click on the following topics:
- Career Planning: Includes books on careers based on interests, how to decide
on a career, industry projections, job success, and changing careers.
- Majors and Careers: Includes books on career opportunities for almost every
major offered at CSULB
- Resumes and Cover Letters: Includes books on writing resumes and cover
letters (with examples), and creating portfolios and vitas.
- Job Search: Includes books on preparing for an interview, planning a job search
strategy, international opportunities, internship programs, and job search planning for special populations. Also featured in this section are networking
and professional association directories, and regional job banks.
- Employer Directories: Includes directories of employers in the industries
of Art and Communication, Business, Education, Engineering/Technology, Entertainment, Environmental, Government, Health and Human Services, and Social
- College and Graduate School Information: Includes books on
colleges/universities and graduate programs across the nation, as well as aides on preparing for graduate school admission.
- Scholarships and Financial Aid: Includes books containing information
on scholarships and funds available for college students.
To see where these books are located in the Career Resource Library, refer to the CRL
To search for other related publications use COAST, the University Library online catalog.
The Career Development Center has on-line resources where you can start career planning or conduct a job search via the Internet.