What do employers want to see on resumes from new graduates? Indicators of initiative, responsibility, leadership, and team building skills. Participation in clubs and organizations is the most effective way to help distinguish your resume from your competition. Check out all the clubs for your major and get involved.
Get Involved. Get Connected. Make the most of your college experience.
Working hard in classes and getting good grades is, of course, priority #1 while in college. However, the very best college experience includes more than what happens in your required coursework. Opportunities to develop leadership skills, gain professional work experience, benefit from mentoring, develop lifelong friendships and a network of colleagues, and many other professional skills are available to you through participation in student life activities.
Studies consistently show students who participate in these additional activities achieve higher academic grades and enjoy their college experience much more.
Find academic advising information for the College of Agriculture here.
Participation in clubs and organizations is the most effective way to help distinguish your resume from your competition. Check out all the clubs for your major and get involved.
Engage in learning activities that give back to the community around us.
The College of Agriculture -- and each department -- offer a variety of scholarships and rewards.
Get real-world experience while still a student
Cal Poly Pomona offers over 2,000 student assistant positions from an orientation leader and resident advisor to a lab technician. Student assistants are offered flexible schedules and job experience for their future career.
Student Life News
Sep 10, 2019
When fall semester kicked off Aug. 22, Cal Poly Pomona welcomed more than 4,000 first-time freshmen. Among those new faces were Kiah...
Nov 28, 2018
Wayne Bidlack, who served as dean of the College of Agriculture during a period of great change from 1995 to 2007, died Nov. 2. He...
Jul 26, 2017
Fourteen Cal Poly Pomona students attended a three-week study abroad course this summer in Costa Rica to learn about tropical...
Jun 12, 2017
Cal Poly Pomona’s latest Horsehill Vineyards vintage, a 2016 Zinfandel rosé, received gold medal recognition at the 2017 Los Angeles...