We help faculty with in-class presentations, workshops and many additional resources.

Career Center School Liaison Model

Every CCSF schools/instructional department has an assigned Career Development Center liaisons. The Career Development Center liaisons will serve as the primary point of contact with their assigned
schools/instructional departments, developing relationships with the faculty, staff, and/or department chairs. The liaisons can provide the following to their assigned schools/instructional departments:

  • Forwarding of employment opportunities, employer contacts, and career resources
  • Notifying about Career Development Center resources, services, and events
  • Conducting outreach in the classrooms and providing career workshops
  • Collaborating on career-relate programs
  • Informing the Career Development Center team on news and updates about their assigned schools/instructional departments

The liaisons have the discretion to decide which contacts to develop relationships with. For example, a liaison may decide to forward career information to the department chair of one instructional department, but for another instructional department, they may decide to forward career information to a staff member.

Other career counselors from the Career Development Center can collaborate and communicate with schools/instructional departments that they are not a liaison for. The liaison simply serves as the primary point of contact.

School/Instructional Department Liaison

Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Ethnic Studies & Social Justice

Jimmy Ly

Business, Fashion & Hospitality

Josephine Ubungen

English, World Languages and Cultures, and Communication Studies

Jimmy Ly
ESL, International Ed, and Transitional Studies Valerie Abaunza
Fine, Applied, and Communication Arts John Salangsanag
Health, PE & Social Services

Valerie Abaunza

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics John Salangsanag
Online Programs, Educational Technology, Library, and Learning Resources Valerie Abaunza and Jimmy Ly

In-Class Presentations

The Career Development Center is available for in-class presentations on the following topics:

  • Introduction to Career Planning
  • Resume Writing and/or Interviewing Skills
  • Job Search Strategies
  • Online Resources
  • Preparing for Career Fair events
  • Other topics by request

To arrange for a career counselor to visit your classroom, please email us at CareerCenter@ccsf.edu