Joe Arrigo spent many years of experience in sales before becoming a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator practitioner who assists individuals and groups with career counseling and conflict resolution. Long before his career in consulting, Joe Arrigo attended Cal State University Long Beach (CSULB) where he earned a bachelor’s degree.
In 2020, CSLUB was recognized by different organizations in a few areas. CSULB is nestled in one of the city’s established neighborhoods, and since its inception, has had a mission to positively impact student lives through great educational experiences and top-notch teaching and research.
According to a release published in December, an educational think tank and advocacy group, Education Reform Now has ranked CSULB number one for social mobility. The organization assessed 614 institutions that had higher graduation rates and students who were more likely to pay their student debt when ranking CSULB as the top school.
Other notable commendations include one from Money.com and one from CollegeNET. The website positioned CSULB in the top one percent of academic institutions nationwide and ranked it number four in terms of awarding degrees to Hispanic students. CollegeNET also ranked the program number five (which was up two from last year) in the Social Mobility Index.
Outside of his varied professional pursuits, Joe Arrigo enjoys reading and weightlifting, working out four times per week. He also reads upward of 50 books per year and enjoys ping pong, darts, and partaking in political discussion.