As an international student, there are a few different processes you must go through in order to obtain a job. There are a variety of on campus employment opportunities offered on campus; ranging from Research 7 Office assistants, campus recreation and HDH just to name a few. Being able to be apart of the student … Continue reading Working On Campus as an International Student
Andrew Campos, Jose Catalan, Kelly Morales, Ramiro Gonzalez work off-campus as tutors at the Sherman Heights Community Center through the UC San Diego Off-Campus Work-Study Reading & Math Tutor Program. What do you all do and what makes your jobs unique? Andrew: We tutor elementary school children in a community center in Sherman Heights, which is an under … Continue reading Student Spotlight | Sherman Heights Tutors
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!
What is work-study? UCSD receives money from the government for work-study. The Financial Aid Office awards work-study to eligible students as part of their financial aid package. Work-study allows students to earn money for personal and education expenses which they do not have to pay back. This money is not applied to students’ UCSD accounts … Continue reading Got Work-Study?