Undergraduate Advising is done on a walk-in basis. Advisors are now assigned by major, not alphabetically.
Ever wonder why some people in your classes seem to know everyone else? They probably belong to a student organization. Think about joining one this semester. The following are messages about upcoming student organizational meetings.
Embedded Applications Technology (EAT) is having its first meeting on Thursday, September 6th at 4:00pm. Students and Faculty are all welcome to attend. A few faculty members have been wonderful enough to make some time and introduce themselves and tell us about what they do. Freshmen are strongly encouraged to show up and see what our club is all about. We will be offering free Pizza and Drinks to those who attend. Please RSVP your seat to email@example.com to ensure we buy enough pizza and drinks for everyone.
EAT is a very active club here in the CECS department. Our organization is aimed at researching, studying, designing, and building embedded processor based systems. We hope to develop the skills in our members needed for future careers in these fields. Our organization is introducing its members to state-of-the-art-technologies that are not being currently taught in the department. With our weekly speaker series we invite industry speakers to come give technical presentations and demonstrations of current embedded technologies. So if any of this stuff peaks your interests please come and join us on Thursday, September 6th at 4:00pm. For more info, please visit the EAT website.
What is EMIN?
Engineering Meet the Industry Night, hosted by Associated Engineering Student Body, brings together the all College of Engineering students, faculty, and staff, students from other universities, and Industry employers to network together as a way to bring the companies to the students and to introduce future engineers to their prospective employers. AESB will host various career (Job Interviews, Resumes, etc) workshops throughout the semester for all Engineering students.
The Forty Niner Shops are in the midst of renovating the Outpost with a planned grand opening of the new and improved Outpost in Fall of 2008. During construction, we are providing the following dining alternatives.
CCIE2Be Inc. is a company based in City of Cerritos (10 minutes from CSULB) needs part-time software programmer for the ccie2be.com website. The company would like to hire one or two students on part time basis (about 20 hours a week) with an experience in C# and .NET.
Projects will include:
Technologies we utilize in this project:
This is a great opportunity for a hard working student with a willingness to learn. This opportunity provides valuable real-world experience. Interested students should contact:
Digital Performance (DPI) is an exciting startup who has created several valuable web properties and industry-leading software; both of which are in the midst of rapid growth. DPI is looking for a PHP developer with an interest in search engine optimization to continue our success.
Primary duties include designing, implementing, and testing code. The ability to write code in a timely manner (and sometimes fast-paced environment) is crucial.
Secondary duties include other programming assignments while interfacing with other teams: product management, creative designers, quality assurance, and other developers. Working together to produce solid results is essential; taking the initiative to be productive and efficient is a definite plus.
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently looking for a SQL DBA/Support Analyst to join the West Coast Network Operating Center. We are looking for a well-rounded individual with a solid foundation in sql administration working in a web hosting environment. Hands on experience in application hosting and server maintenance in a Windows environment are required. If you thrive in a dynamic environment and enjoy working with cutting edge technology, then we want to see your resume. Ability to speak Chineese (Mandarin) a plus.