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?
Alice Lee President, Student Foundation 3rd Year | Warren College | Cognitive Science/Computer Science Major Could you tell us more about yourself? I am originally from South Korea, but I grew up mostly in the Bay Area (Cupertino). I can play 5 instruments and speak fluent Korean! In case students do not know, could you … Continue reading Alice Lee | Student Spotlight
Do you like the Triton Worker? Is there anything you want to see? We want your feedback! Please fill out our quick five question survey by April 19th, 2018 for your chance to receive a $25 Visa gift card. Two winners will be chosen at random by April 20th, 2018.
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
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
Laura Martin Sr. Program Manager for the Dean of Arts & Humanities | firstname.lastname@example.org What do you do? Our office supports the entire Division of Arts & Humanities and the initiatives of Dean Cristina Della Coletta. Our department is very busy and dynamic, there is always something happening! I manage our Andrew W. Mellon Foundation … Continue reading Arts & Humanities | Department Spotlight
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?
Mina Habib Employer Concierge at UC San Diego Career Center First year transfer | Eleanor Roosevelt College | Political Science and International Relations Major w/ International Migration Studies Minor I work as an Employer Concierge at the Career Center. I connect with employers who are coming on campus to conduct information sessions or attend the … Continue reading Mina Habib | Student Spotlight