Monday and Tuesday: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wednesday and Thursdays: 1:00 - 3:00 pm
**There are no walk-in hours during the summer schedule**
Please call the front desk at 559.278.2381 and our front desk staff will help you match your needs with the appropriate counselor.
You can also schedule an appointment in person by coming into the office.
Thomas Building Room 103 (north of the rose garden)
You can contact Career Services by phone at 559.278.2381 and ask for Stephen Davis or Alex Rodriguez, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employers: In order to request a conference/interview room, a request will need to be submitted through BulldogLink. All requests must be approved by Career Services. If there are any concerns regarding your request, you will be contacted by our Employer Services Specialist.
Staff/Faculty: Please contact Career Services at 559.278.2381 and provide the following information to facilitate your request: room and date(s) needed, department name, contact name, contact phone number, and contact e-mail.
Go to the Career Services homepage. Click on the icon on the right side bar and create a profile. Please allow 1-2 days for your profile to be reviewed and approved by our staff. Once approved, you will be sent a system message welcoming you to BulldogLink and you can begin to post a job. If you are unable to log in, you may not have been approved yet or your account was denied. If your account is denied, you will be sent a system message indicating possible reasons for account denial. If you are unsure if your profile has been approved, please contact Career Services and ask for Stephen Davis.
To find student resumes through BulldogLink, you must gain approval from Career Services. Contact Stephen Davis for access to Resume Books. Once approved, there will be a tab on your home page that states “Resume Books”. Click on this tab and it will display all of the resume book options available to you.
Please contact Stephen Davis at Career Services for information regarding payment options.
Career Services provides assistance with resume writing and review, mock interviews, job search assistance, and networking tips. In addition, Alumni have access to BulldogLink, career fairs, and on campus interviews.
- Make an appointment to meet with a counselor
- Take the assessment(s) advised
- Return to the original counselor to review results
- Go to www.eureka.org
- Click “here to register”
- EnterPV4MCKQ in the student’s site ID code box
Have you seen a counselor?
No: You must schedule an appointment with a counselor to identify what assessments you will need and to receive the proper code for it.
Yes: Verify which counselor and the call will be forwarded to them
Job posting site for Fresno State students and alumni that is free and easily accessible. BulldogLink can be accessed from your Fresno State portal or from the Career Services website.
BulldogLink provides job opportunities from employers who are interested in Fresno State students. Postings include part time jobs, full time jobs, on campus and off campus, internships, and federal work study opportunities.
Another way to look for jobs is by checking out the Fresno State Career Services website, clicking the students tab, and job search preparation. You can also make an appointment with a Career Counselor to fine tune your job search.
Bennett Frost Personnel Services
6465 n. Palm, Suite 101
Fresno, CA, 93704
Clovis Adult School
1452 David E. Cook Way
Clovis, CA 93611
1540 E. Shaw Ave., Suite 112
Fresno, CA 93710
*Disclaimer: Some of the typing certificate providers listed above may charge fees*
You can contact Career Services and schedule an appointment to go over graduate school options, programs, and applications. You can also contact the Division of Graduate Studies about prospective programs, testing, and more.
Contact the Writing Center to receive help with personal statements. You can contact the writing center at 559.278.0334.
Make a list of Law Schools that you would like to apply to and contact their admissions office to see the program requirements. You will also need to study and take the LSAT.
When you register for the GRE you can chose your location for your testing site. Fresno State is a possible location. Please check with the Testing Services Office at Fresno State for more information.
Scores can be viewed online through your GRE Account. You will get an email notification from ETS when your scores are ready to be viewed. It will be titled “Examinee Score Report”. Your Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores can be viewed at your testing site.
Contact Lisa McReynolds, Work Study Coordinator at 559.278.6566 for an appointment or go to the Financial Aid Office for assistance on how to apply. To qualify for work study students must fill out a Free Application for Federal Student aid and have a demonstrated need. Students who qualify can check the Financial Aid Work Study Board and BulldogLink for federal work study job opportunities.
Federal Work-Study (FWS) is a need based employment program for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students. It allows students to work up to twenty hours a week on campus.
Please review your financial aid award letter and verify you have been offered Federal Work-Study. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for assistance.
**Note: Students awarded with Federal Work-Study will have up to fifteen days into the semester to find a position or their work study will be cancelled**
The Workability IV Program is open to all Fresno State students who are currently enrolled or taking classes through open university, and are consumers of Department of Rehabilitation. The program goal is to provide services to students with disabilities in order to provide the students tools and resources to assist them in their academics and careers for after graduation.
You can contact the following project developers:
Erica Ananian-Eastes, M.S.,C.R.C.
Phone: 559. 278.0125
Fax: 559. 278.0132
David Keosheyan, M.S., C.R.C.
Phone: 559. 278.0129
Career Counselors and Career Coaches provide classroom presentations upon request. Please contact Career Services at 559.278.2381 to schedule your presentation.
No, please see your assigned advisor in Advising Services. If you have declared a major refer to your major advisor.
You can meet with your academic or major advisor to plan your classes, and/or visit the Online General Catalog to view your Degree Roadmap. The Roadmap suggests taking courses in specific semesters. However, there may be semesters when a course is not offered or you are unable to enroll in it. Meet with your advisor to determine how best to adjust your plan
Follow these steps to view your Degree Roadmap:
- Go to the Online Catalog Degrees and Programs page to locate your area of study
- Click on your area of study link
- Click on the Roadmap tab at the top