STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) events at SDSU give students a chance to learn about occupations and meet professionals in these fields.
Career Services recognizes the importance of STEM-focused programming to
help students find internships and careers in their desired field.
Programs include workshops and opportunities to network with employers who hire STEM
students. Programs take place throughout the year, but most STEM
programs are scheduled to coincide with the STEM Employment fair in
October, and the Spring Career and Internship Fair in February.
Sample STEM events include the STEM Technical Resumé workshop and the STEM Technical Interviewing workshop.
The Security Clearance Symposium is a STEM sponsored event, but is open to students of all majors.
Events are open to undergraduate and graduate students at all levels. For more information, view the current calendar of events, or visit Aztec Career Connection.
October is STEM
Each October SDSU Career Services, in collaboration with the College
Engineering and the College of Sciences, offers the campuswide STEM
Careers Month. October events are offered in an effort to build new
collaborations and centralize STEM-related opportunities on campus.
Each of these events is centered around a panel of employers who share their expertise about employment issues. Many of these employers are SDSU alumni. In addition to Career Services workshops and symposiums, many STEM employers offer information sessions throughout the year, allowing students to learn more about their organizations.
STEM employers also post hundreds of jobs every year with Career Services. To learn more about specific opportunities (internships and full-time employment), visit Aztec Career Connection and follow instructions provided to apply for a specific position.
Who can participate?
The STEM program at SDSU Career Services focuses on students studying within the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. If you are studying in other fields, but have an interest in pursuing a career in STEM, you are also welcome to participate!
- New to SDSU, or continuing your studies? Find resources and connections with others on campus in STEM-related fields.
- Nearing graduation? Find connections to jobs and employers as you pursue a STEM-related career. Or explore graduate school opportunities.