CSU Saturday in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
Oct14

CSU Saturday in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Since the beginning of the CSU Vietnam program, a variety of recruitment marketing strategies have been developed and improved by the Center for International Training Cooperation (CITC), CSU’s representative in Vietnam. Saturday Coffee is an interesting initiative that has been offered since 2014 in Ho Chi Minh City (also called Saigon). This event is based on a habit of Saigon people who enjoy going out on the weekends, visiting a...

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The Flames of PTSD
Oct14

The Flames of PTSD

WRIT TEN BY: JOSHUA MCGINNIS As military firefighters, we are in more danger inside the wire than on the outside. Aircraft crashes could range from UAVs, helicopters, armed F-16s, C-5s to name a few. This includes armed weapon systems, carcinogenic hazardous materials, fire and explosive safety systems. Other hazards on base include response to indirect fire attacks and general fires that would be reported. The fire department has a...

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New and Exciting Initiatives
Apr19

New and Exciting Initiatives

Written by Amanda Manjone The Student and Alumni Engagement team has been busy working on new initiatives to bring the CSU campus to you, no matter where you are located.  One highlight of how we are doing this is the newly-formed CSU Knights Run club.  We have heard from our students and alumni that many of you share a passion for running and fitness so this club is the perfect way for you all to connect!  Another exciting offering...

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Career Services – Mentorships
Apr19

Career Services – Mentorships

Building Successful Mentorship Relationships Written by Heather Kimbrel   Sometimes we need that special person in our lives with whom we can share our challenges, ideas, and successes.  We need someone who has been where we are trying to go, someone with an outside perspective we can turn to for guidance.  We need a mentor.  A mentor is someone with more experience who can offer feedback and guidance to help us grow into better...

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Cover Story – Jay Kolick
Apr19

Cover Story – Jay Kolick

Breaking Barriers and Continued Service Written by Libby Reilly Jay Kolick was one of the youngest sworn law enforcement officers of Pennsylvania when he began his career at the age of 19. He began with patrol work and the courts, working for a judge in warrant summons and extraditions. He was eager and hardworking, doing all he could to learn, improve, and build a career of which he was proud. Kolick did just that. He worked in law...

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Career Services – Finding Direction
Apr19

Career Services – Finding Direction

Finding Direction: Using Self-Assessments When Your Major is not a Roadmap to a Career Written by Elizabeth Mimms Without a solid idea of career aspirations, you can head down many paths of uncertainty if your coursework did not direct you into a particular field of employment. With that in mind, how do you put your degree in perspective of employment choices? When your major is not a roadmap to a career, you still have hundreds of...

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