The Career Development Center of California State University, Long Beach is committed to providing privacy of personal information for clients of the Career Development Center.

Personal information collected and maintained by the Career Development Center is used in the provision of services to our clients, as well as inform them of services and programs that may be of interest. As such, this collected information is accessible only to Career Development Center staff. The personal information we collect may also be used to construct aggregate reports that assist us in program planning and for statistical reports. Any personal information collected from clients in the provision of services is shared with parties outside of the Career Development Center only in aggregate form.

The Career Development Center's collection and access to students' personal information is governed by federal policy under the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), as well as California State University, Long Beach privacy policies.

University, Long Beach privacy policies.

CareerLINK job listings, resume services, On-Campus Recruiting, and career fair registration services are provided in partnership with the NACElink Network ®, a national recruiting network. NACElink is an alliance of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), a nonprofit professional organization for career centers and employers, the Direct Employers Association, a nonprofit association of national employers, and Symplicity, a state-of-the-art technology provider of web-based tools and software solutions. Please remember that when you visit these other websites, even the affiliated and co-branded sites, the sites' own privacy policies apply.

With regard to the use of NACElink, students' profile data and resumes will reside on NACElink Network servers, and policies governing this data are covered in the NACElink Privacy Policy.

Student and employer information from our website, including CareerLINK and its affiliates, may be used to construct aggregate reports that assist the Career Development Center in program planning for statistical reports or to inform clients of services and programs that may be of interest. This information may also be used to troubleshoot technical problems.

Jobs posted on our website, via CareerLINK, as well as the affiliated and co-branded sites, may or may not be reviewed before posting. Clients are urged to validate job postings and use caution and common sense when applying. The Career Development Center staff strongly advises students to not disclose social security numbers, credit card information or bank account numbers to unknown employers. The University and the Career Development Center cannot be held responsible and/or liable for any damages, real or imagined, past, present or future, from the information contained in or requested by the job postings.

Because the Career Development Center offers job search assistance, we give you the opportunity to create a resume and store it on our system. When you store your resume on our system, you can choose one of the following options:

  • You can store your resume in our database, but not allow it to be searchable by employers or recruiters. If you choose this option, your resume will not be available to employers unless you ask us to provide it.
  • You can allow your resume, including your name and contact information, to be searchable and viewable by employers or recruiters.


Jobs posted on our website, via CareerLINK, as well as the affiliated and co-branded sites, may or may not be reviewed before posting. Once you send your contact and other information to an employer or recruiter or once your resume is accessed from our searchable database, the Career Development Center is not responsible for the retention, use or privacy practices of that employer or recruiter.

You may remove your resume from our searchable database at any time. However, third parties who accessed the database or obtained a copy of your resume may have retained a copy of your resume in their own files or databases. We are not responsible for the retention, use or privacy of resumes in these instances.

We make content or services from our other web sites available to you from links located on the Career Development Center’s website and/or via CareerLINK. We also offer a collection of services, such as career planning tools, networking databases, resume preparation assistance, and other services, that are provided by third parties through links located on our website. Some of these third-party sites are co-branded and have the Career Development Center logo. Please remember that when you visit these other web sites, even the affiliated and co-branded sites, the sites' own privacy policies apply. To read the privacy policies for some of the Career Development Center’s other sites, see the links below this policy.

Unless otherwise noted, responsibility for the content, accuracy of information, changes and updates, quality, safety or suitability of any information found at linked sites resides solely with the sites. The Career Development Center provides these links as a convenience and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the site, or any association with its operators.

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When you use some of the site's features we may pass cookies to your computer. Some of the cookies that we pass to your computer are long term. If they weren't we'd need to ask you for certain information with each new session, such as your log-in information. Some cookies do expire after a short period of time.

You can turn off the ability to receive any of these cookies by adjusting the browser in your computer. The Help menu on the menu bar of most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies altogether. This may materially affect the functionality of this Web Site and the information you can access through it.

The Career Development Center may modify this privacy policy from time to time. If we make substantial changes, we will notify you by posting a prominent announcement on our pages. You should also check this page from time to time to ensure that you are aware of the most recent version of the policy.

Your continued use of the site after our posting of any modifications to the policy will indicate your acceptance of the new or modified terms

If you have any questions, comments or concerns about our Privacy Policy, you may contact us by e-mail at info@careers.csulb.edu or by regular mail at: Career Development Center, California State University, Long Beach , 1250 Bellflower Blvd. BH 250 , Long Beach, CA 90840

For more information:

Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

California State University, Long Beach privacy policies

NACElink Network ®,

Direct Employers Association


NACElink Privacy Policy

This policy was last updated on June 25, 2007. NACElink Privacy Policy - PDF


Alumni Eligibility for Services

Only CSU Alumni are eligible for CDC services and programs.

Employer Policies

Employers, please review our Employer Services Guidelines for essential information critical to your recruitment on our campus.

CareerLINK Jobs provides online job and internship posting guidelines. The Career Development Center does not provide a referral service, and makes no guarantee that all jobs or internships posted will be filled.

  • All job and internship postings are reviewed and approved at the discretion of the Career Development Center and we reserve the right to choose to deny posting a position if it does not appear to support the best interests of students and/or the University.
  • The Career Development Center serves the entire CSULB student population and we reserve the right to deny services to an employer or choose not to post a position that restricts application to specific populations (see: USA EEOC: Prohibited Employment Policies & Practices)
  • Commission only positions must be clearly identified as such in the position description and on any recruitment materials. (Does not apply to internship postings).
  • Independent Contractor or Freelance positions must be clearly identified as such in the Job Title, position description and include the following text: "Independent contractors or freelance workers are responsible for paying their own taxes, filing required government forms and obtaining their own benefits including worker's compensation, disability, etc."
  • Positions must pay at least minimum wage for the state of California, with the exception of unpaid internships for academic credit and volunteer positions.
  • Positions may be posted on CareerLINK Jobs for a max. of six months at a time.
  • Positions that involve on-campus non-commercial solicitation, marketing, advertising or distributing promotional materials will be required to comply with all applicable CSULB Campus Regulations. The position description should include the following statement: "Representatives will be required to comply with all applicable CSULB regulations regarding on-campus publicity and posting and non-commercial solicitation."
  • Positions submitted by Third Party Recruiters must be clearly identified as such in the position description.
  • We do not post positions that involve work in private residences, including business offices in homes, nor do we post positions for personal assistants.
  • We do not post positions that require an initial investment or payment by the prospective employee. Investments include but are not limited to: requirement to attend unpaid orientation or training sessions; direct payment of a fixed fee; payment to attend orientation or training sessions; and/or purchase or rent of a starter kit, sales kit, sample or presentation supplies.
  • We do not post positions or allow on-campus recruitment for employers in the cannabis industry.
  • We do not post positions that discriminate on the basis of citizenship, status, or national origin (i.e. requires U.S. citizens only as a condition of employment), unless U.S. citizenship is required by law, regulation, executive order or government contract. (see: U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices ).
  • We do not post promotional announcements for recruitment events, graduate programs, or other activities that are non-CSULB affiliated.


All Career Fair events hosted by the Career Development Center (CDC) are solely for employers to recruit student and alumni candidates, and for students and alumni to meet employers to discuss career and internship opportunities. Career Fair events are not intended for employers to solicit business contacts. If an employer is found to be conducting business other than recruiting students and alumni for possible positions, that employer will be asked to leave the event immediately. In addition, that employer forfeits any fees associated with the event and will be subject to denial of future services.

Employers identified as third-party recruiters and/or staffing agencies, as well as companies offering independent contractor positions, may be limited to participation in Career Fair events on a wait-list basis; if space is available after the Career Fair registration deadline is reached, companies representing any of the above categories may be permitted to participate in the event, as determined by the CDC.

Multilevel Marketing Companies, also called Network Marketing Companies, which sponsor an individual to set up his/her own business for the purpose of selling products or services and/or recruiting other individuals to set up their own business, are not eligible to participate in Career Fair events. Online Job Posting Companies, recruiting and/or promoting positions on their platform, are not eligible to participate in Career Fair events.

The Career Development Center reserves the right to deny Career Fair services to employers as deemed necessary.


The registration and payment deadline for the job fair is about two weeks (14 days) prior to the event. Registration is subject to cancellation if payment is not received during the stated time frame.

Payment may be made by credit card, money order, or check. Payment by credit card is preferred. Checks and money orders should be payable to: CSULB Career Development Center, and mailed to: 1250 Bellflower, BH 250, Long Beach, CA 90840.

No registrations with payment by check option selected will be accepted within three (3) weeks of the job fair. From that point forward, only registrations with money orders or credit card information provided will be accepted.

Payments will be processed in a timely manner, upon which receipt and confirmation will be emailed.


Registration information for all representatives attending the fair must be finalized two weeks (14 days) prior to the fair.

Standard registration permits a maximum of 4 representatives per registration. Tag teams of representatives that trade places during the event are not permitted.

No additional representatives may attend the fair on the day of due capacity regulations and policies. In the event that you have more representatives attend than previously registered, there will be an additional $100 fee that must be paid at the time of the event.

Table Assignments

Table assignments are made taking into account industry designation, payment confirmation, display needs, electrical needs, number of recruiters present, and competition (attempts are made not to place competing employers next to or opposite each other).

Standard registration permits one table per employer. Tables cannot be shared by employers. Table assignments are final.

Extra Tables

On occasion, employers request extra tables. Because of California fire code and facility restrictions, there are only a limited number of spaces for extra tables and the configurations are therefore limited. Requests are processed by sequence received and by payment collected. An extra table is billed at the standard registration fee rate.

Cancellations, Refunds, No-Shows

Refunds will not be issued for cancellations that occur 2 weeks (14 calendar days) or less prior to any Career Fair event. If an employer cancels or no-shows after the payment deadline and has not yet submitted payment, that financial obligation remains due and payable to the Career Development Center upon demand.

During the period greater than 14 days, employers may request a refund of fees paid, minus a $50.00 processing fee. The University Accounts Payable office issues refund checks, not the Career Development Center. Credit card refunds may take up to 10 days to post back to the credit card holder's account and check refunds may take up to 30 days to be dispersed.

No refunds will be given for "no-shows" to Career Fair events. Fees paid are forfeited and outstanding fees remain due.

No refunds are given to any employer that has violated a Career Fair policy and is denied services. Fees paid are forfeited and outstanding fees remain due.

Third Party Recruiters who choose to post positions on CareerLINK Jobs must:

  • Identify as a third party agency or recruiter in the position description.
    • Third party recruiters are employment agencies, search firms, contract recruiters, organizations, or individuals recruiting candidates for temporary, part-time or full-time employment opportunities other than for their own needs.
    • The position description should begin with the statement "We are a third party recruiter seeking candidates on behalf of our client..."
  • Adhere to the Posting Guidelines and NACE Principles for Employment Professionals.
  • Not charge any fees to the applicants.
  • If requested, disclose to the CDC client contact information, the nature of the relationship between the agency and the client, to whom the student's credentials will be disclosed and if necessary, permit the CDC to verify this information.

The Career Development Center reserves the right to refuse services to employers for any of the following reasons:

  • Dishonesty and/or misrepresentation of the company and/or position.
  • Discrimination according to EEO practices
  • Failure to provide FULL DISCLOSURE of essential information concerning the nature of the position or compensation including but not limited to commission only, Job Responsibilities or applicant requirements; breach of confidentiality; reneging on established agreements between the CDC and the employer (verbal or written); reneging on a job offer to a student
  • Failure to pay for billed services; harassment of California State University, Long Beach students, alumni, staff or faculty
  • Failure to adhere to Career Development Center Employer Services guidelines and/or any other violation of California State University, Long Beach rules and regulations. Any fees paid to the University for Career Development Center services during this period are forfeited to the University.

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  3. Under [Profile], select ‘no’ to [Receive Email Notifications].

Note: By selecting ‘no’, you will no longer receive any email notifications from the Career Development Center.