College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences

Careers

Our graduates go on to a variety of different careers after they leave the university. To get a brief introduction to the types of careers that some of our alumni have started, check out our Political Science Alumni page.

Career Center

The university has a full-time staff available at the career center to answer general questions about post-graduation advising. The goal of the center is to provide you with resources and assistance to address all aspects of career planning and job search. Drop-in advising is Monday through Friday from 11:00am to 3:00pm. The Career Center is located in building 97. The entrance is located underneath the Campus Marketplace, across from the Cultural Centers. Visit their website for more information.    

Post-Graduation Opportunities

Capital Fellows Program (Center for Sacramento Studies)The Capital Fellows Program administers four different programs: the Assembly Fellowship, Executive Fellowship, Judicial Administration Fellowship, and the Senate Fellowship. These programs, known collectively as the Capital Fellows Programs, are nationally recognized. The year-long, full-time program fellows receive an outstanding opportunity to engage in public service and prepare for future careers, while actively contributing to the development and implementation of public policy in California. Applications are due every September and require a Bachelor's Degree. 

CivicSpark (AmeriCorps): The CivicSpark Climate Fellowship implements mitigation, adaptation, sustainability, and energy-focused projects to support California's local governments build capacity to address climate change while receiving technical training and building their professional networks. The CivicSpark Fellows are affiliated with AmeriCorps and is a full-time program that takes a year. Applications are due every September and require a Bachelor's Degree. 

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