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President Conoley looks at opportunities offered by Career Development Center

Published November 5, 2019

In this episode of “No Barriers,” hosted by Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley, talks with Erin Booth-Caro, Rosa Trujillo and Daniel Carlos of the university's Career Development Center and the many services it offers to students.

The program looks at how the Career Development Center can inspire students into thinking about their careers and get them training so they are ready to enter the work force through services or internships. The Career Development Center is located in Brotman Hall.

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"In terms of career counseling, it's our job to help students explore that career journey ... and to empower the students through services and connections and just support them through the journey," said Trujillo.

Conoley began hosting shows on Beach TV last year as a way to give viewers the opportunity to learn more about the campus and promote the university's "No Barriers" message.