Career Center Services

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: 9-11 a.m.

Wednesday: 9-11 a.m.

Thursday: 9-11 a.m. & 3-5 p.m. (drop-in hours) 

You can also schedule an appointment with Dr. Love through the Career Center or by contacting your department. Click here for more information.

Meet Dr. Cheryl Love


dr cheryl love

Dr. 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. Check out  Dr. Love's Education Resources.  


 Career Counseling Events



Time Event Location
January 23 12 - 1 p.m. Rock Your Resume

Career Center 

Room 120

January 30 12 - 1 p.m. Your Turn to Intern

Career Center 

Room 120

February 6

12 - 1 p.m.

Succeeding at Interviewing and Managing Anxiety: Navigating the Interview Process

Career Center  

Room 120

February 8

12 - 1 p.m.

Planning for Graduate School Application Process

Career Center  

Room 120

February 27 12 - 1 p.m. Job Search Strategies

Career Center  

Room 120

March 1 12 - 1 p.m. Financial Literacy for College Students

Career Center  

Room 120

March 8


12 - 1 p.m.


Netiquette: Professional Communication Over the Internet

Career Center  

Room 120


Vacancy at Chino Valley Unified 

Elementary and Secondary Schools at Chino Valley Unified School District are looking for:

Mild/Moderate Special Education Teacher – Pool – UNIVERSITY INTERNS ACCEPTED

For any questions, please contact:  

Maria Arreygue
Chino Valley USD
5130 Riverside Drive
Chino, CA 91710
909.628.1201 x1126

Creative Brain Learning

Creative Brain Learning is looking for talented instructors for a cutting-edge enrichment after-school program. If you are interested in being an instructor, please complete an online teacher application at


Start Date:   January 2, 2018 Schedule: M-F: 3:30-5:30 p.m., (Days of the week may be flexible)Grades/Ages:  Elementary students Location:  Pomona PAY:  $15 instructional hour

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent coursework and classroom experience.
  • Must have 2-year classroom experience with groups of 20.
  • Ability to speak and write Standard English
  • Must clear TB and Background check
  • Be a positive role model

Training and Orientation provided. All resources, equipment, musical instruments, student workbooks will be provided.

If you have any question please contact Carissa Sanchez at

Become a Part-time Tutor

REACH Professional In-Home Tutoring is currently seeking tutors to assist K-12 and college students throughout California. There is a high demand for Math, English/Language Arts, Science and bi-lingual tutors.

Tutors are assigned to communities they select – usually near their work location or home. Tutoring is, most often, after school; schedules are flexible and lesson planning is generally not required.

The hiring process starts with your submitted application. If your experience and qualification meet REACH's tutoring criteria, you will be contacted for a phone interview and any questions you have will be answered. You will then meet with one of our Senior Managers for an in-person orientation.

REACH offers competitive compensation, bi-weekly pay and great working conditions. Join the best tutoring team in California. Learn more about us by visiting our web site: Join the already more than 350 REACH tutors who are assisting children reach academic success. Apply using the link below:

Apply via the REACH web site:

Maywood Education Fair 

California State University Fullerton’s College of Education, Educational Leadership Department, would like to invite you to participate in the Maywood Education Fair 2017 ( The event will take place on Saturday October 14, 2017 at St. Rose of Lima School in Maywood.

The Maywood Education Fair is an event created to bring educational opportunities and resources to the community of Maywood, CA (a sanctuary city in Southeast LA) and its surrounding cities. This is a great opportunity to demonstrate to students and their families that pursuing higher education is possible while incorporating resources and services to assist them throughout their pursuit.

We will need help setting up the fair, and also with various tasks throughout the event. If interested in volunteering, please complete the form with your information by October 6th, and a representative will reach out to you with more information. If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to

K-8 Teacher Positions with The California Managed Schools 

California Managed Schools has part-time and full-time teaching opportunities available.  You can view the K-8 Teacher Position Postings (CA Multiple Subject Teaching Credential) on EdJoin: K-8 Teacher positions are listed by County. You may only apply to the county you actually live in for K-8 teacher positions. California Managed Schools consist of The California Virtual Academies (a network of 9 public charter schools throughout California), iQ Academy- Los Angeles and Insight Schools of California (a network of 3 public charter schools), which deliver online/virtual home based instruction to K -12 students in California. California Managed Schools participates in the Teacher Retirement System for the State of California (CalSTRS).

AmeriCorps Internship Opportunity with the American Red Cross

AmeriCorps has a wonderful opportunity for you or someone you know who is interested in serving as an AmeriCorps member.  There are currently 3 openings focusing on the pillars of Disaster Cycle Services: prepare, respond, recover as well as volunteer recruitment. It is an eleven month commitment with an August 28th start date. (Some weekends are required.) In return for your service, members will receive a $15,000 living allowance for the 11 month term, medical insurance and a $5,000 education award that can be used to pay existing college loans or continuing education costs. AmeriCorps members gain project management experience, leadership development and team building skills, while also honing their public speaking skills.  It is truly a fantastic experience.  If interested, please contact Beth Ratcliff at 714-481-5397 or via email at

IEUA's Paid Internship Opportunities  

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA), a public water and wastewater agency serving over 875,000 customers, is looking to hire 3-5 paid interns at a rate between $11 and $16 per hour in our External Affairs Department (EA). IEUA interns will receive hands-on training emphasizing teamwork, independence and leadership skills. Interns will also gain experience in working with K-12 students including special education, experience how children learn through different teaching methods and teaching future generations how to protect our most precious resource, water. Additionally, interns will earn an income while gaining job experience in their field of studies and may qualify to receive college credits. Visit to apply for an internship position. 

Peace Corps Special Education Opportunity  

Peace Corps is seeking teachers for special education in Ghana, West Africa. The position works with primary and junior high school students as well as gender awareness and girls' education and empowerment. Interested candidates that have some experience with special education will be considered competitive applicants. Applications are due October 1, 2017 and the position will depart on May 1, 2018. For more information, please reach out to your CPP Recruiter Tiffany Tai by emailing




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teach grant

small group tutors

CBEST prep workshops


Become a pre-college tutor


norma torres


For more information, contact:
Career Center at (909) 869-2342 (Bldg. 97-100)

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