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Online Career Tools

Graduate Business Career Services (GBCS) offers online career tools that you can take advantage to help you in your career development trajectory.



Students can access the below resources by signing into your CareerLINK account on your single sign on page

Beyond B School
Beyond B School provides expert graduate business career training. Watch brief, informative videos on topics including resumes, career change, networking, salary negotiation, and more.

Big Interview
Big Interview teaches you how to tackle interview questions through video tutorials, then you can get hands-on practice with virtual mock interviews tailored to your specific industry, job, and experience level. 

CandidCareer Videos
CandidCareer provides informational interview videos with professionals that outlines what they do on the job, what they like about their jobs, how they got to where they are and much more. Not only does CandidCareer provide interviews about specific occupations and industries, it also offers videos to support you in your career exploration and job search efforts.

CareerLINK is an online job board where employers highlight their internships and jobs specifically for you.  By accessing CareerLINK you have access to the other online resources highlighted.

CareerShift is a job hunting and career management tool to assist you in your job search.  This tool offers you the ability to research company’s contact information for networking purposes, conduct targeted job searches, and create job search campaigns.

GoinGlobal is a resource if you are an international student or   want to work abroad. This tool provides employment information for a variety of countries, H1B visa search engine, access to jobs and internships in the US and abroad and more.


CSULB Student Organizations
A comprehensive list of organizations for you to become involved with including American Marketing Association, Beta Alpha Psi, Financial Management Association, Graduate Business Association, Society for the Advancement of Management, and more.  You can learn more about these organizations by signing in to BeachSync.

Center for International Trade and Transportation
Dedicated to delivering education programs, innovative research, and community outreach in the area of goods movement.

Graduate Studies Resource Center
Provides school related resources and events for prospective and current post-bac students related to graduate studies.

Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Provides programming and mentoring designed to unlock the creative energy of students, faculty, staff, and the community that engages stakeholders across campus and in the community focused on the common goal of innovation and entrepreneurship.



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