The Workability IV Program is a career development and job placement assistance program. The program is a joint program of the CSULB Career Development Center, Disabled Student Services, and the State Department of Rehabilitation (DR) for students and alumni with disabilities. The Workability IV Program is located in the Career Development Center in Brotman Hall - room 250.
The Cooperative Education Program (Co-Op) is a uniquely designed program to allow undergraduate students or first semester seniors an opportunity to integrate classroom study with supervised practical and professional experience in the field. Advisors are trained to assist students seeking internships related to their academic majors or career-related work experience.
Comprehensive Services is a Career Development Program which promotes internships and job placement for students with disabilities. An important goal for this program is to ensure that students with disabilities are comfortable and confident in accessing all services provided by the Career Development Center. Comprehensive services is a resource for those students who are building a bridge between their academic life and a career.< High Tech Center | Faculty Handbook Table of Contents | Frequently Asked Questions >