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No classes Oct. 13, 2021
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No classes Nov. 12, 2021
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No classes Nov. 25-28, 2021
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Career Services


We will continue to serve you remotely for the Fall 2021 term. Please email us at and we will respond as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience.

Work @ Facebook!

Facebook is hosting “Facebook Week” from Nov 2 - Nov 4. 
Students will have the opportunity to tune into any/all of the following:

  • Tuesday, November 2 at 3pm PST: Sales & Account Management @ FB - RSVP here
  • Wednesday, November 3 at 2pm PST: Infrastructure @ FB - RSVP here
  • Thursday, November 4 at 2pm PST: Software Engineering @ FB - RSVP here

Each session will focus on the following areas:

  • Educating students on the Facebook mission, teams, and opportunities: We hope to help students better understand the work that we do, and the career opportunities available to them at Facebook.
  • Providing insights into Sales & Account Management, Software Engineering and Infrastructure @ FB : Students will have an opportunity to hear directly from members of our different teams and learn about their day-to-day roles.
  • Q&A with the FB team

For more details, visit

Please RSVP by Monday, November 1!

Manufacturing Week October 25-29

Our neighbors in Contra Costa County are hosting numerous events for Manufacturing Week (Oct 25 - 29, 2021!)
For a PDF schedule with links to more info, click here

What's Your Why?

Our current focus is helping students to discover their purpose, their answer to the question, "What's Your Why?" Once students are empowered to realize their "Why," we can help them with the "How." Visit What's Your Why to learn more about our "What's Your Why?" campaign, and to read about some of our CSM community members' career journeys.

Students can meet with a career counselor to refine their interests and goals, and design an educational plan that links classroom learning and workplace experiences.

Krystal Duncan, Dean

To make an appointment with a career counselor, call (650) 503-4207. 


Contact Us

Christine Su

Career Services Coordinator

Career Corner

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