In addition to the jobs offered below, check out UCI Student Employment to learn about job opportunities for students both on and off campus.
Undergraduate Peer Academic Advisor
Are you interested in a position which will allow you to expand your communication skills and assist your fellow students? As a Peer Academic Advisor, you will have the opportunity to help students transition to UCI, as well as assist continuing students with academic advising. You will be able to share you knowledge as a UCI student and provide guidance for your fellow undergraduates to enrich their UCI experience.
You can find out more about the Peer Academic Advising Program here: http://paap.due.uci.edu/
The deadline for Peer Academic Advisor (PAA) applications for 2018-19 has past. If you are interested in the position in the future, applications are due by 4:00PM Friday of Week 2 of Winter Quarter.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Estela Magaña at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study Abroad Peer Mentor
Have you studied abroad and loved your experience? As a Social Sciences Study Abroad Peer Mentor you could share your study abroad story and help your fellow peers travel too! Through advising, research, and outreach, you can help other social sciences students enhance their undergraduate education through abroad programs.
If you are interested in this position, the School of Social Sciences is accepting applications for the 2018-19 academic year now through Tuesday, February 6, 2018 by 11:59pm (PST). Please click on the following link for more details about the position, requirements, and application.
If you have any questions, please contact Katrina Tomas at email@example.com.
The title Reader is given to a student employed as a "course assistant." Duties normally include grading student papers and exams. The Reader cannot be given the responsibilities customarily assigned to a graduate Teaching Assistant. Readers may be graduate students as well as qualified undergraduate students. A 3.0 GPA and a satisfactory academic progress toward graduation are expected for appointment. Preference is given to Readers who have taken the course.
The time commitment and duties vary widely, according to the needs of the particular course to which the reader may be assigned. Duties and work load can be affected by enrollment levels, type and number of assignments, style of exams, as well as other factors.
Interested? Applications for Reader positions may be submitted 4-6 weeks prior to the beginning of each quarter. Instructions and additional information may be found within the following form:
For more information, please contact Rachel Fumo by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Student readers will be notified of approved hours through email.