Students looking for jobs at SF State have just received a new, streamlined platform to make finding employers easier.
The SF State Career Services and Leadership Development, or CSLD, partnered with the jobs site Handshake to make connecting students with employers more efficient.
Handshake is a university
After the recent termination of Parkmerced janitors and handymen, the former staff and their supporters picketed April 23 for the second time in two weeks.
When Preferred Building Services replaced Villas Parkmerced Maintenance Management as contractor, 32 employees' contracts were terminated April 10. Parkmerced residents received an email from
Hundreds of demonstrators shut down Bay Area streets and restaurants April 15 as part of a nationwide fight to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Protesters rallied in Oakland fast food restaurants, including primarily McDonald's locations, to demand living wages and a workers' union for employees before marching from 14th
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Picketing with signs that read “Preferred Building Services Save Our Good Jobs,” former janitors and repairpersons protested the termination of their contracts with Villas Parkmerced Wednesday.
Led by union organizer Colin O’Leary from United Service Workers West, the picketers marched
Representing San Francisco senior citizens in legal matters like racial discrimination and housing, SF State alumnus Carlos Torres began his career as an advocate for underserved communities.
Torres said he developed his passion for labor rights while working at La Raza Centro Legal, a nonprofit legal
University Corporation released a Request For Proposals April 3 inviting businesses to apply for tenancy in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
The RFP process will determine which business takes over the lease for current proprietors Frank and Shally Meng, who operate Asia Express on the lower level
SF State President Leslie E. Wong assured students the University will help provide classes in the face of an upcoming $3 million campus-wide budget cut.
Every department, including academic, administrative and athletics, will submit an action plan to brace for the deficit, but it will not affect
While most people enjoyed traditional feasts and family gatherings this Thanksgiving, many retail workers had to compromise their plans to work during the Black Friday frenzy. Stores that were previously closed on the holiday, like Best Buy and Target, opened late Thanksgiving afternoon this year.