Career Connection

Career Connection is a bimonthly newsletter that keeps CSU Hospitality & Tourism students, faculty, staff and alumni up-to-date on current job and in​ternship openings, scholarship opportunities and industry events. The newsletter is sent every month on the second and fourth Wednesday.

If you are a current CSU HTM student, alumni or member of your program's faculty or staff, please email jdbraverman@calstate.edu for the link to be added to the distribution list.​

Recruiters and industry professionals who would like their opportunity included in the bimonthly newsletter should do the following:​

  • E-mail Jodi Braverman a one- or two-sentence overview of the opportunity, including location (city and state) and closing date, if applicable.
  • Include a PDF or link where students can go for more information, including how and where to apply.
  • The length of time you'd like the opportunity to be featured (e.g., until August 30, 2019). 



Career Expo
For CSU Students, Alumni & Recruiters | March 2020

E​very spring semester, the CSU Hospitality & Tourism Alliance hosts a regional career expo for students and alumni.

Recruiters: For more information and to register for this event click here.
Students: Follow us on Facebook to get expo u​pdates.


Experience Hospitality

Co-hosted by the CSU Hospitality & Tourism Alliance and the California Restaurant Association Foundation, Experience Hospitality brings together high school students, our partners in hospitality and higher education for a half-day event. This mega field trip kicks off with a College and Career Expo and panel featuring current CSU hospitality students. Students are then separated into groups of 20-30 for exclusive front-of-the-house and back-of-the-house tours of hotels, restaurants and hospitality venues. The day wraps up with an interactive student-industry networking lunch.

To sponsor Experience Hospitality or join in the networking lunch, contact Jodi Braverman or Natalie Tong.


What Recruiters Say

Industry recruiters share why their companies seek out CSU graduates.