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College 2 Career Readiness Program (C2C)
Your Key to Success!

NOTE: Be sure to join the C2C Portal by clicking on the green "Join Now" button in the upper right corner, underneath the social media icons!

**New Career Assessment in Level I**

The first 25 users to complete the self-assessment, research academic and career options, and save your results to the Portfolio in FOCUS 2 will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $25.00 Hornet Bookstore gift card!

C2C Program Levels

Where Do I Begin?
Use the links above to access each level described below:
  • Assistance with Choosing/Changing a Major/Career:  Levels I & II & III
  • Learn about my interests, values, and skills: Levels I & II
  • Make a decision on my major/career path: Level II & III
  • Look for an internship in major or field of interest:  Levels IV & V
  • Seek a volunteer position: Level IV
  • Learn about professionalism: Level IV
  • Assistance with job/internship search strategies:  Level V
  • Learn how to write a resume and cover letter: Level V
  • Requirement for a class (Begin at assigned level or Level I)

NOTE: Unless designated as (Optional), each step of the C2C Levels is required to receive credit for completing the College 2 Career Readiness Program.

C2C Program Overview

Click HERE to access the Frequently Asked Questions page

Career Center
California State University, Sacramento

6000 J Street, Lassen Hall 1013
Sacramento, CA 95819-6064
(916) 278-6231 

1) Individuals needing or having questions about accessibility are welcome to contact the Career Center at (916) 278-6231 or
2) For technical support contact

Portal Information


Mission and Goals

The Career Center provides proactive and comprehensive career services to students through: career development, experiential learning, on-campus recruitment and employer relations. The professional staff creates a supportive and educational environment where students can actively participate in their own career development within the global work world.