San Francisco Bay University is committed to career readiness. They create pipelines that connect people with jobs, careers, and advancement opportunities in the United States. Most of their students are first-generation college-goers, workers re-entering the workforce after being laid off during layoffs, or immigrants seeking new career opportunities.
By offering training programs in high-demand areas such as technology, engineering, and business administration, SFBU is able to ensure that its students attain the necessary skills and knowledge to be competitive in today’s job market.
Their curriculum blends classroom education with hands-on experiences through industry internships and employer relationships to provide real-world skills and knowledge that translate into immediate employment.
For a recent graduate of their Master of Computer Science program, a degree from SFBU translated to a career as an iOS Engineer at Apple and working on making Apple products even more impactful for their users. These are the types of jobs that SFBU students hope for and many gain access to upon graduation.
Another student who obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science at SFBU is currently employed as a UI Software Engineer at Citigroup. Citigroup is just the kind of company that pays great wages and offers generous benefits to their employees. These are the kinds of careers anyone would be lucky to have.
San Francisco Bay University degree programs include bachelor’s and master’s in Computer Science, bachelor’s and master’s in Business Administration and a master’s in Electrical Engineering as well as an Intensive English Language Program.
It’s a common mistake that even the most successful businesses make: not properly training their new employees, especially for highly technical or complex jobs.
Some companies believe that new employees will learn as they go, on the job, foregoing a new hire training program. While there is plenty of space for on-the-job training, knowing how to train new employees effectively means happier employees and better retention rates. SFBU knows this and weaves this philosophy into how they teach. Silicon Valley companies also utilize this approach in how they train their new employees.
Even better, students who get a job at a Silicon Valley company have access to some of the most extravagant employee perks in the job market. From remote working to catered meals and generous paid leave, Silicon Valley jobs offer graduating SFBU students the opportunity to work for a company that treats them how they truly should be treated.
Comprehensive wellness programs are also usually offered at Silicon Valley companies. Private health and dental care is a benefit that many look for in a job and is a tax-deductible business expense for Silicon Valley firms. Offering help when it comes to health, fitness, stress, and general wellbeing, can be beneficial to staff, and help to improve productivity as well as reduce absenteeism. Students graduating from SFBU who land a job at a Silicon Valley firm can expect perks just like these.