College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Join Us-Google Resume Workshop + Internship Session

photo of the googleplex HQ of google in mountain view, california

Googleplex, Mountain View, CA. Image courtesy of Linda Jenkins.

September 15, 2022

GoogleOnCampus comes to CSUMB:  Join us for a resume workshop and internship (technical and non-technical) info session on Thursday, September 22, 2022, through our partnership with the Monterey Jazz Festival and the CSUMB Center for Advising, Career, and Student Success.

Resume Workshop:  2-3 pm, University Center Ballroom (Building 29)

Are you submitting applications for internships and full-time opportunities this semester? Join Google for this resume workshop to find out how the format, structure, and detailed content of your resume impacts the chances of receiving an interview opportunity with Google. Don't forget to bring a copy of your most updated resume with you for this workshop.

Building Your Career:  3-3:45 pm, University Center Ballroom (Building 29)

Interested in learning about how to maximize each year of school to ensure that you're industry-ready for internships and full-time opportunities?  Join Google to receive detailed tips on updating you resume, preparing for technical interviews, and communicating effectively with your recruiter (non-technical internships with Google will also be discussed).

RSVP Required, sign up early!


This event is part of the Monterey Jazz Festival-CSUMB 2022 Education Showcase.  From Dean Juanita Cole:

There are many things to be excited about at this year's Monterey Jazz Festival. Mainly, the communion between these young artists and the audience will be amazing to observe. As part of the Education Showcase, MJF partnered with Google to provide the performers, including our CSUMB students, with resume and internship workshops before the concert event. This seamlessly integrates our career development initiative into education activities so that the academic journey is intentional and prepares students for life after graduation, whether that means going on the job market or continuing to graduate school. I am especially thrilled that the event amplifies the talent of HBCU ensembles and leverages the combined power of inclusive excellence, education, and the performing arts.