Careers

Job Opportunity! (As of 3/2/21):
Autism Spectrum Interventions (http://asiautism.com) is an Applied Behavioral Analysis company providing individualized ABA services to children with special needs and their family. At ASI, they focus on providing direct therapeutic interventions to patients by modeling and coaching of ABA techniques to increase language and communication, social, and appropriate play skills.

ASI is in the process of recruiting and hiring 25 new staff. They plan on having new employees trained and providing service ASAP!

ASI is in the process of recruiting, training and hiring staff. Please review the recruitment flyer below.

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Job Opportunity! (As of 12/8/21):
Project Homekey is seeking to fill (2) Case Manager positions for their shelter in Stanton. Students interested in entering the social services field are encouraged to apply at this growing agency. The schedule for this positon would be from 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM.

To apply, please contact Bruce Rojas, Assistant Director of Housing Stabilization at Project HomeKey, using the following email: brojas@afhusa.org.

For more information about the program, please review their webpage: https://www.affordablehousingpipeline.com/blogs/california-affordable-housing/homekey-roomkey-motel-conversions-stanton 

Maximizing your University Experience & Course Selection:

Students often ask "What can I do with a sociology degree?" The answer is just about anything. Sociologists are employed by medical centers, public health and welfare organizations, survey and polling organizations, law firms, research institutes, the criminal justice system, education institutions and advertising firms, to name just a few. Students with a bachelor's degree in Sociology often secure employment as social researchers, case workers, paralegals, public relations workers, administrators, community organizers, public policy researchers, and data analysts. Sociology also provides great preparation for going on to law school, business school, and for graduate degree programs in social work, education, public policy, religious ministry, mass communications, public health, non-profit administration, and international affairs.

Today's economy and labor market require employees to be creative, versatile, and adaptable. Employers are looking for people who are broadly educated with critical, analytical, organizational, and communication skills that will enable them to master new tasks and solve new problems many times over throughout their careers. Sociology is exactly the kind of major in which to learn those skills. Sociology offers its students a broad education in critical thinking, analytical problem solving, reasoned judgment, and effective communication. Students who earn a degree in Sociology are well-rounded and equipped with valuable intellectual and communication skills and abilities which enables them to find jobs in a wide range of careers.

For information on careers, you may visit the American Sociological Association (ASA):

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