Nichola Retzius Career Advisor | email@example.com Initially I wanted to go to law school and become a criminal lawyer. I really enjoyed campus involvement as a student which led me to change my focus to working in Higher Education. I started out in On Campus Housing as a Residence Life Director. I loved engaging in … Continue reading Nichola Retzius | Career Advisor Spotlight
When starting a new job, you receive more than just a desk and list of responsibilities. Your company's culture and how you fit into it are just as important. Your job will include colleagues who you’ll be working and interacting with every single day. Therefore, team work and collaboration are essential to excelling within any … Continue reading Be a Great Co-worker
Alex Fanelli ‘13 Talent Acquisition Manager at Empyr | firstname.lastname@example.org It’s crazy how much talent acquisition has really come into its own over the years. Talent acquisition is so much more than sifting resumes and filling positions; it’s learning skill sets, industries, hiring manager preferences and tendencies, and recognizing what’s important in today’s applicant… it’s … Continue reading Alex Fanelli | Empyr | Recruiter Advice
Researching and connecting with people on LinkedIn are usually the first steps professionals take when looking for a job. But, is studying a company's website and staying up to date on industry news and trends enough to land you that dream job? In some cases, it might be. But as it turns out, another option … Continue reading Get Ahead: Informational Interviews
We cannot offer legal tax advice, but the Student Employment Office can answer questions regarding student employment on campus and federal work-study. We are happy to provide you links and resources for tax information. Please see below for answers to common tax related questions: When is the deadline to file taxes? The deadline to file … Continue reading Student Tax Resources
When talking to your boss, professors, or other working professionals, you likely speak in a more professional and formal manner than you would with your friends or peers. This is just as true for email communication as it is for in person interaction. But how do you convey yourself in a professional way through email? … Continue reading Email Etiquette
View the job posting below or on Port Triton! Description The Career Center, Student Employment Office is seeking a highly motivated student to help maintain our Triton Worker Community for student employees on-campus. We provide Student Workers with helpful hints and tips on being successful in their on campus job; information on trends in various … Continue reading WE’RE HIRING
After graduation, employers will be looking for students who know how to utilize their talents, strengths, and interests. Within the job search, soft skills can be just as important as technical knowledge. That’s why working on-campus as a student worker isn’t “just a job”. Working on-campus can give you a basic skill set which can … Continue reading The 12 Career Competencies
Many UC San Diego students receive federally funded work-study awards as part of their financial aid package. The Career Center facilitates two work-study programs each year. These programs enable off-campus non-profit, governmental, community-based agencies and schools to hire students at a significant salary savings. The Non-Profit Partnership is federally funded by the government. These community … Continue reading How can I use my work-study award off-campus? + WE’RE HIRING!
Who is the Student Employment Office? The Student Employment Office is the Central Personnel Office for managing classification, compensation, polices, and employment relations for Casual/Restricted student employees on-campus. We connect students to on-campus employment opportunities which help prepare students for their future long term career goals. We assist approximately 170 on-campus departments in recruiting and … Continue reading Who is Student Employment?