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College of Education & Integrative Studies

Career Center Services

Career Counseling

From classes to careers, we are here for our students. Our goal is to provide our students with guidance on setting career goals, job searching techniques, resume writing and interviewing skills. All CEIS students are able to meet with our college's appointed Career Counselor, Dr. Cheryl Love. She is the Liaison to CEIS in the Career Center and provides drop-in career advising for students and alumni from all CEIS departments. (note: in a rare case where Dr. Love is booked or unavailable, you can visit Cal Poly Pomona's other counselors in the Career Center.)

Office Hours - Bldg. 94, Room 291:

Tuesday 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Thursday 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. (drop-in hours)

Click here for more information.

You can also schedule hour appointments with Dr. Love in the Career Center Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. through Bronco Connection or contact your department.

Get to Know Dr. Cheryl Love

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Dr. Cheryl Love serves as a Career Counselor and Liaison to the College of Education and Integrative Studies.  She has been a member of the Cal Poly Pomona Career Center Team since the beginning of 2014. Cheryl has 25 years of experience as a counselor and teacher in all four higher education systems (UC, CSU, Private and Community) as well as the public school and non-profit sector.  This breadth of experience has provided her with the knowledge and skills  to work with diverse student populations to assist them with identifying their career goals. 

Cheryl has a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies, master’s degree in counseling, a multiple subject teaching credential and a pupil personnel service credential from California State University, Fullerton and a doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles in educational psychology with an emphasis in counseling.   As part of the CPP Career Center Team she helps to oversee the Clothes Closet, assists with student development programming, and event/workshop planning.  Cheryl is also involved in her community through her volunteer work with the Inland Empire chapter of the Red Cross in the community involvement and outreach departments and her work with a food distribution organization that helps to feed families throughout San Bernardino County.

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Career Counseling Events

Date Time Event Location
April 4th Noon - 1:00pm CEIS My Planner Contest 94 - 2nd floor
April 13th Noon - 1:00pm CEIS Advising Workshop – What Can You Do With Your Major 6-115
May 2nd Noon - 1:00pm Succeeding at Interviewing and Managing Anxiety Career Center Classroom
May 12th 9:00am - 3:00pm Career Success Conference BSC URSA Major

 

Education Job Opportunities & Upcoming Events

ATTENTION TPI STUDENTS & ALUMNI, AND CURRENT

CAL POLY POMONA , CSUF, AND LA VERNE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS!

TWO FREE CSET Multiple Subject
ADVANTAGE WORKSHOPS

Applications:
TEST PREPARATION SUBTEST I
— LANGUAGE ARTS & HISTORY AND
TEST PREPARATION SUBTEST II — MATH AND SCIENCE

SUBTEST I Workshop
Five Thursdays 4-7 p.m. or 5-8 p.m.* March 30—April 27, 2017
Application Deadline: March 20, 2017**

SUBTEST II Workshop
Five Thursdays 4-7 p.m. or 5-8 p.m.*
May 4—June 1, 2017
Application Deadline: April 24, 2015**

*Depending on instructor availability
**$20 refundable deposit and unofficial copy of transcripts must be submitted with application

ADVANTAGE? REIMBURSEMENT OF THE $99 TEST FEE WHEN YOU PASS! REIMBURSEMENT IS FOR CURRENT ACTIVE TPI MEMBERS ONLY.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS APPLY: CALL OR COME IN FOR DETAILS: 909 -274-4190
TPI CENTER: 26A –1610



Options for Youth


The Southern California College Advising Corps

The Southern California College Advising Corps is coming to the Cal Poly Pomona Career Center to hold an information session.

Date: 4/25/17
Place: Career Center Bldg. 97-Room 128
Time: 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.

The Southern California College Advising Corps' (SCCAC) mission is to improve college outcomes for low-income, first-generation and underrepresented students. The program’s goal is to raise the number of California students who attend and complete college by encouraging and assisting high school students with their college searches, applications, financial aid and transition to postsecondary education.

SCCAC welcomes applications from recent college graduates of any 4-year institution. Advising is a two‐year full time service position ideal for any early career professional.

Please RSVP in BroncoConnection. Log into your BroncoConnection account. On the left side under the "EVENTS" tab find this event and RSVP.


 El Camino College Compton Center

Upward Bound Math & Science Program

The program is seeking English (9-12 grades), Math (Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus), Science (Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science or Advanced Biology),

Spanish (I, II & II), and Computer Science teachers for the summer.

Benefits of working with the Upward Bound Math & Science Program:

  • Excellent opportunity to work with the local community and highly motivated students
  • Expand your resume
  • Give back to the community
  • Ability to teach at two different college locations: El Camino College Compton Center and California State University, (TBD)
  • Full support of the Upward Bound Math & Science staff throughout the summer

 

Job Description & Responsibilities:

  • Create a course syllabus reflecting the Common Core State Standards that includes a midterm and final examination
  • Implement a safe learning environment where students are challenged by academic rigor and supported academically and personally
  • Demonstrate sensitivity and cultural awareness in working with disadvantaged high school students
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and orientation/training
  • Responsible for teaching two or three 2 hour long classes a day
  • Work with the Program Manger in selecting course content and classroom activities
  • Meet all deadlines for paperwork or other information requested by the Program Manager
  • Exercise effective classroom management
  • Develop positive and supportive rapport with students
  • Available to provide tutoring for students as needed
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El Camino College Compton Center

Summer Teaching Position(s)

The CCCD Upward Bound Math Science (UBMS) program is seeking qualified teachers to work for our Summer 2017 program. An integral part of the program is an intensive six-week summer component, which provides academic supplemental instruction and gives students the opportunity to experience college life. Summer teachers are individuals who will be committed to the educational philosophy of UBMS.

Requirements:

  • Qualified to teach in one of the following areas: English (9-12 grades), Math (Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, and/or Calculus), Science (Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science and/or Advanced Biology), Spanish (I, II & III) or Computer Science
  • Teaching Credential preferred or equivalent teaching experience in high school setting
  • Must be available for the entire summer program (June 19 –July 28)
  • Proficient with computers
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Must be available for orientation and training prior to start date
  • Preferred experience working with disadvantaged youth
  • Professionalism and use of good judgment in regards to teacher/student relationships
  • Must possess reliable transportation to commute to the Compton Center Campus and to California State University, TBD (room/board is not provided)

Summer Details: June 19– July 28

El Camino College Compton Center (June 19 – July 21)

California State University, (TBD) (July 23– July 28)

Compensation:
Hourly rate of $22.80

Deadline to apply:
Monday, April 17, 2017

To apply, submit the items below via email to Ranesha Rene’ Stewart at rastewart@elcamino.edu

  • Resume & Cover Letter explaining your interest in working for UBMS
  • Copy of Bachelor’s Degree (unofficial or official)
  • Copy of CBEST scores (unofficial or official)
  • Contact Information for two references

For inquiries call (310) 900-1600 ext. 2767


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Tutor Position(s)

The Compton Community College District Upward Bound Math & Science (UBMS) program is looking for qualified undergraduate/graduate students interested in being Tutors. Tutors will work with students from Compton High and Dominguez High School. Tutors will provide support services to UBMS staff to help increase the number of students prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education and careers in math and science fields.

***Employment for this position is contingent upon continued funding.

Job Description & Responsibilities:

  • Plan, organize, and conduct small group and one-on-one tutoring sessions
  • Assess and monitor students’ academic progress and provide necessary academic intervention
  • Prepare and maintain accurate records of daily contacts with students
  • Adhere to policies and procedures regarding contact with students and school personnel
  • Enforce program rules and regulations
  • Supervise program participants
  • Able to work independently or with minimal supervision
  • Participate in mandatory paid trainings
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Referred

 

Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student. Must be enrolled in at least 6 units (will be requested to show proof of enrollment)
  • Must be in good academic standing, 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Must possess the ability to tutor high school subjects:
    • Math (Geometry, Algebra I & II, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus)
    • Science (Chemistry, Physics, and Anatomy & Physiology)
    • English (9th- 12th)

Preference will be given to tutors who can tutor multiple subjects

  • Tutors must have a “B” grade or better in the subject in which they want to tutor
  • Have some experience working with low-income and first-generation students (MESA, AVID, CalSOAP, EAOP, ETS, or Upward Bound)
  • Have some experience working with high school students in an educational setting
  • Be available at least 3 days, Tuesday- Friday 3:00pm-5:30pm and some Saturdays (7:45am-1:45pm)
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Possess a valid CA identification
  • Possess strong leadership skills
  • Possess effective oral and written communication skills
  • Possess good organizational skills
  • Must successfully pass live scan fingerprinting

Compensation:

  • $9.75-$12 (varies by experience)

To Apply:

Submit the following items via email to Ranesha Stewart at rastewart@elcamino.edu

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter- Include what subjects you are interested in tutoring and why you are qualified
  • Most recent transcript (unofficial)
  • Verification of college enrollment (class schedule)
  • Contact information for two references
  • Include an attachment with your hours of availability for Spring 2017. Please include days (Exclude Mondays and Sundays). Work hours are from 3-5:30pm

during weekdays. Saturday work hours are 7:45am -1:45pm.

Example:

Name
    Tuesday   
  Wednesday 
Thursday        Friday      
    Saturday   
UNAVAILABLE Available
3pm-6pm
UNAVAILABLE Available
3pm-6pm
Available
8am-1pm