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Student Leadership Development Conference

Slice of Advice  will bring together alumni and professionals working in various industries to share their Slice of Advice with you. Learn more about panelists' career paths, how they got their foot in the door, and how you can prepare for similar careers. These informal conversations with alumni consist of panels, time for Q&A, and networking.

Light refreshments will be provided. Co-sponsored by the CSUF Career Center, Alumni Association & ASI.

 

Spring 2016 Speaker Series Line-Up

 


Careers in Public Administration

Wednesday, March 2nd, Alumni House, 5:00 pm - 6:45 pm 

RSVP for Careers in Public Administration

In this session, explore careers in public administration. Learn from our panelists about skills required, paths into the field, and what careers in public administration are really like.

Panelists

-Carol Jacobs, Newport Beach

-Carlo Tomaino, Lake Forest

-Claudia Keller, LA's Promise

 


How to Thrive in a Male Dominated Industry

Tuesday, March 8th, TSU Hetebrink, 11:30 am - 12:45 pm 

RSVP for How to Thrive in a Male Dominated Industry

In this session, explore careers in engineering, computer science and criminal justice/law enforcement. Learn from our panelists about skills required, paths into the field, and what careers in education are really like.

- Janet Placencia, Project Engineering at Jacobs Engineering

-Jeanette Corona, Manufacturing Engineer at Edwards Lifesciences

-Cynthia Cuadra, Sergeant at Los Angeles Police Department

-Elodia Lopez, Senior Lead Officer at Los Angeles Police Department

-Lisa Gonzalez ‘87, Senior Information Security Analyst, AAA

 


Math & Science Career Connections

Tuesday, March 15th, TSU Tuffree, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm 

RSVP for Math & Science Career Connections

Connect with professionals in the science and math field to learn about their career path, advice for breaking into the field and what their day to day looks like.

-Cinthia Padilla ‘13, Survivability Engineer at Northrop Grumman

-Christopher Ngyuen ‘15, User Acquisition Analyst at MobilityWare

-Maria Browning ’11, Development Scientist at Beckman Coulter

-Christina Daniels '15, Assistant Air Quality Chemist at South Coast Air Quality Management District

-Ben Lewis ’10, Project Geologist at Thomas Harder & Co.

Moderator:
Neha Ansari '15, R&D Laboratory Technician at Becton, Dickinson, and Company

 


Health Professions Exposed: Allied Health Careers

Monday April 11th, MH 341, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm 

RSVP for Health Professions Exposed: Allied Health Careers

Join us for a Slice of Advice from a variety of professionals in the field of allied health. Come learn about the various opportunities, how to plan for this path, and ways to get your foot in the door.

Alumni Panelists:

-Dr. Nikki Garrett, Physical Therapist at Accent Care Home Health and Salus Home Health

-Ualani Hoopai, Health Systems Manager-Primary Care at American Cancer Society

-Danielle Noriega-Jereza, Occupational Therapy Aide at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles

-Diana Quitasol Ong, Registered Dietician, Nutritionist II at Healthcare Corporation, Inc.

-Dr. Kevin Joe, DC, Chiropractor, Joe Family Chiropractic

-Alan Joaquin, Registered Respiratory Therapist at Los Angeles Rehab and Community Extended Care Hospital of Montclair