What do we do? We strive to build an informed student employment community, to maximize students’ on-campus work experience, and to help students reach their career goals. If you are employed on-campus and need assistance, guidance, more information, or help to resolve a conflict within your current job, please contact us. We are here as … Continue reading What is Student Employment?
Time flies when you’re having fun! Finals week and winter break is approaching faster than you can imagine. Have you thought about how to balance your studies and job responsibilities with the added pressure? See our helpful guidelines below on how you can succeed in the final stretch. 1. Communicate your availability to your supervisor … Continue reading Preparing for Finals and Winter Break
Maya Vanini 1st Year | Marshall College | Clinical Psychology Major/ Ethnic Studies Minor Could you tell us more about yourself? From Fresno, California, I am the first person in my family to attend UCSD! I enjoy writing creative nonfiction and keeping up to date on current affairs and foreign politics in my free … Continue reading Maya Vanini | Student Researcher | Student Spotlight
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
Emily Zheng ’16 Marketing Coordinator at The San Diego Museum of Art | Majored in Media | email@example.com Where do you work? I work at The San Diego Museum of Art as the Marketing Coordinator, and in my daily tasks, I manage and produce posts for the Museum’s social media accounts, create their e-newsletters, and … Continue reading Emily Zheng ’16 | Alumni Spotlight
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
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
Take full advantage of your experience working on- campus! Many skills you learn and experiences you have will be applied to your future jobs. For example, any job on-campus will help in your career development. It will help you assess if a similar job or a job in a related field is right for you. … Continue reading Career Development & Cross-Cultural Collaboration