The four Associate Directors have over 50 years of combined experience in the recruitment and relationship management profession and are not new to helping people make the connections they need to succeed.
If you are looking for a job, now is the time to apply! In the fall, many departments are looking to fill open positions, replacing students who graduated during the spring and summer. Therefore, most departments on-campus are currently hiring. Our job board has 50+ jobs listed and Port Triton has many more. Check back … Continue reading Hot Jobs Added for Fall
City Year: City Year is an education focused non-profit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service. As tutors, mentors, and role models, City Year corps members make a difference in the lives of children; transforming schools and communities in 28 US cities. Want to set up a time … Continue reading City Year Hires UCSD Students
Joseph Gonzales ‘16 Intake Advisor at the School of Global Policy and Strategy | email@example.com It’s funny that I am currently working in this field, because as an undergrad I wish I knew more about my academics. I never went to my major advisors or used that resource to my advantage. If I could do … Continue reading Joseph Gonzales: Alumni Spotlight
Danielle Monique D. Cerdeña Lab Assistant at UC San Diego School of Medicine Second Year | Muir| Global Health w/ Music Minor As a lab assistant at the School of Medicine of UC San Diego, I have the opportunity to apply knowledge from STEM courses to real-life settings. Furthermore, working alongside teaching surgeons and medical … Continue reading Danielle Monique D. Cerdeña: Student Spotlight
Are you one of the 11,000 students who are planning to be on campus this summer? Did you know there were that many students on campus during the months of July, August, and September? Don’t fall victim to the myth that campus closes after spring quarter. Students are here, and jobs are, too! Take advantage … Continue reading Make summer work for you!
Before graduating college and beginning the job search, you’ll want to make sure you have a basic skill set to make you more hirable and help successfully transition into the workplace. One important skill is to be able to self-reflect by assessing, articulating, and acknowledging your personal skills and abilities while also learning from experience … Continue reading The Importance of Self-Reflection
Every employer is responsible for taking federal payroll taxes out of employee’s compensation for Social Security and Medicare. DCP is a qualified retirement plan and is the university equivalent to FICA (Federal Insurance Contributions Act). Students can be exempt from these taxes if they are registered for at least half-time (6 units at UCSD) AND … Continue reading Deductions to your paycheck over summer?
Due to summer break, there will be no new issues of The Triton Worker until next academic year, but we are still here for you! If you have any student employment related questions or concerns, feel free to contact us. Over the summer, check our Facebook page for jobs, tips and tricks, and other updates. Look … Continue reading We’re still here for you!
Christian E. Duran Fourth Year | Warren College | Psychology Major Academic Peer Adviser at the Computer Science and Engineering Department Before this job, I was rejected from the Wellness Peer Educator Program. I felt discouraged because if I couldn't get a position that was related closely to my major—I wondered if I was even … Continue reading Christian E. Duran: Student Spotlight