Matador Memories - An Oral History Project
CSUN Alumni has partnered with the Oral History Project to create something special for all Matadors! Representatives from the Oral History Project will be reaching out to alumni like you by postcard, email and phone in the coming weeks to get your CSUN story.
Your story is part of CSUN history, and we want to know how your alma mater has impacted you.
The Oral History Project is looking for stories about career success, love stories, first-generation graduate stories, or any story you want to share about CSUN or how CSUN influenced your life. Click here for more information.
Ask A Matador
Matadors- take advantage of our mentoring platform! Ask A Matador will connect you with the best CSUN alumni experts who can help you with advice and introductions. How it works:
You ask for help: Check out our tips on how to ask a question.
We recruit the best alumni: CSUN finds and asks the best alumni experts to help you.
You get a response: Alumni will share advice with you via email, a phone call or a meeting - usually within a week.
CSUN Alumni Zoom Backgrounds
Meet with multiple mentors in one evening! Read more
Join this speed networking event and reach out to alumni. Build your network and develop relationships can lead to lasting mentorships. Read more
Partnered with the Marilyn Magaram Center, Chef Harold Avila will teach about broth and stocks and the techniques of how to make them. As well as applying that knowledge into how they are the base for soups and sauces.Attendees will be provided the recipes and ingredients to cook along or watch and enjoy the demonstration. Read more
Partnered with the Marilyn Magaram Center, Chef Harold Avila will demonstrate how to make a risotto and how different kinds of rice affect how the risotto will cook. Attendees will be provided the recipes and ingredients to cook along or watch and enjoy the demonstration. Read more
Save the date for the next webinar in the Emerging Career Series! Read more