The Career Center Provides information to employers seeking CSU-Pueblo
students for part-time or summer jobs, internships, or full-time
professional employment off-campus.|
Introducing Colorado State University-Pueblo
As a four year comprehensive University,
Colorado State University-Pueblo has served the changing needs of the
citizens of Colorado for more than 70 years.
In 1933, the institution was incorporated as the Southern Colorado Junior
College. In 1936, the institution was renamed Pueblo Junior College. In
1951, PJC became the first accredited junior college in Colorado.
A decade later, Colorado's General Assembly enacted legislation,
changing PJC to a four year institution. Southern Colorado State College.
SCSC received accreditation in 1966.
In 1975, the state legislature granted the institution university status.
Three years later, the state board of agriculture assumed governance of the
University. In 1986, USC, Colorado State University, and Fort Lewis College
joined to form the Colorado State University System. July 1, 2003 USC
officially became Colorado State University-Pueblo.
CSU-Pueblo is a member
university of the Colorado State University System and a member of the
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU), located in
Pueblo, a city of approximately 120,000 people. CSU-Pueblo enrolls 4,200
students in thirty-five undergraduate and eight graduate programs. The
university is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and
CSU-Pueblo, strives to become an excellent regional university with a
polytechnic emphasis, continuing its tradition of teaching effectiveness
and increasing its efforts in basic and applied research while maintaining
a high degree of service to the citizens of Pueblo, the region and the
state. A national model for qualitative change and academic
Companies and organizations may advertise position openings free of charge
in any of the following categories:
Full- and Part-Time Employment
asked to post their openings directly to our online job board at Career
TWolves Employer Login (use link listed above under "Employment
Listings"). This service is free of charge to the
employer. The Career Center reserves the right to monitor all
postings. If you do not have access to the internet, you can fax or
email your position announcement to our office. Contact Us.
Students begin looking for
summer employment as early as December. As soon as you are aware of
upcoming openings, it is a good idea to advertise early on campus (use link
listed above under "Employment Listings").
Students are always seeking internship opportunities.
Internships are usually one or two semesters in length (15 weeks equals one
semester). This allows employers to utilize interns' skills for a
longer period of time. In return the interns gain valuable experience to
assist in their development and preparation for a career. If you need
specific information on how to set up an internship, please contact a
Career Center professional staff member.
Intern Position Request Form
In an effort to make recruiting convenient to companies and organizations
and to provide a wide variety of opportunities for our students, we
encourage and welcome the following options for recruiting
Job Listings are welcome throughout the school year. We also encourage
employers to provide us with company literature, annual reports, web page
addresses, or any other information that might be helpful to our
Student Center Table
We can arrange a table for you in a high-traffic student area for you to
hand out information, answer questions and discuss employment
opportunities. The best times are between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on
Some companies find it most
helpful to use a table in the Student Center during the noon hour and then
provide information sessions later in the day or evening. VCRs and other
audio equipment are available upon request with prior arrangements.
Refreshments and catering services can also be arranged.
CSU-Pueblo On-Campus Interview
CSU-Pueblo offers on-campus
interviewing during the Fall and Spring semesters. Conference rooms are
available in the Student Center and the Career Center for organizations to
conduct on-campus interviews. To make arrangements for this program, please
contact the Career Center.
three Career Fairs throughout the year. The Fairs are designed to provide
opportunities for all students. We encourage employers to recruit for all
of their employment needs: Full-time and part-time employment, internships,
and summer jobs. For a list of all our events or for registration
information please go to our Events page or contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship & Job Fair
Employers are also encouraged to provide information on their
organizations. If you would like to be on our mailing list for our Career
Fair, please contact the Career Center early Fall.