Sociology

Job and Internships Opportunities

Adelante Wayfinders Mentoring Program

The Adelante Wayfinders Program is now open for Fall 2022!

This program aims to support students on their undergraduate academic journey and prepare them for graduate and post-college opportunities.

If you are interested in being a mentee and want to gain access to resources from students who were in your position once, check out the mentee application here

#CaliforniansForAll College Corps
Research Participation Program at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention

The ORISE Research Participation Programs at the CDC is an educational training program that allows college students, graduates, and faculty to participate in projects and research opportunities that provides a connection to unique resources offered by the CDC. 

The following opportunities are open to both current undergraduates and alumni who have completed a B.A.  There are additional programs for alum who have completed their B.A., are in graduate school, or have completed their Master’s Degree—visit the website for more information.  Lots of sociologists work at the CDC—it is NOT only for those in biological sciences and health fields!

  • CDC Birth Defects Surveillance and Research Summer Fellowship Reference Code CDC-NCBDDD-2022-0184
  • CDC Cannabis Strategy Fellowship, Reference Code CDC-NCIPC-2022-0179
  • CDC Fellowship in Local Area Monitoring and MNRH Data Visualization Analysis
  • CDC Public Health Communications Fellowship, Reference Code CDC-ID-2022-0130
  • Research Participation opportunities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Reference Code CDC-General-RPP-2022
  • CDC Policy Analysis Fellowship, Reference Code CDC-NCEH-2021-0235-A
  • CDC Public Health Informatics Fellowship, Reference Code CDC-CSELS-2021-0104
Now Hiring Summer 2023 Orientation Leaders!

New Student Orientation is seeking multiple student Orientation Leaders for the Summer 2023 position! Orientation Leaders play a key role in supporting new students and guests during their transition to Chico State. They serve as knowledgeable, friendly, welcoming representatives of Chico State, advise students on General Education and graduation requirements, assist students with schedule planning and course registration, serve as a resource for campus programs and services, and lead presentations and campus tours. We seek exceptional students from all majors, including first-year students, to serve in these high impact leadership roles.

Apply Here: Orientation Leader Application(opens in new window)

Free Food - Sign Up for After Events Texts
After Event Texts are Associated Students Dining Services text alert system that keeps you in the loop on all free food opportunities on campus. When free food or leftovers from an event (AS or otherwise) is available, the Associated Students will alert you of where and what items are available. Click here(opens in new window) to sign up today!