Whether you need to hire a student worker, research careers for your grads and undergrads, see what jobs students see, or need meeting space, the Career Center can help.
The Employee Request (ER) System is the primary site for hiring students for work-study and non-work-study positions. Check out Accessing the Employee Request System for guidance on navigating the interface and creating Employee Requests.
The purpose of the Work-Study Program is to stimulate and promote part-time employment of registered students who are eligible for financial aid and are awarded a work-study allocation. The program provides a variety of on and off-campus positions, and the goal is to provide job experience in areas closely related to the student's career or educational goals. The Federal government or other funding sources supply a portion of work-study student salaries, and the hiring unit pays the remaining balance. For more information on the Work-Study Program, please check out our Policies and Procedures page.
SlugQuest Jobs and Internships
SlugQuest is the UCSC Career Center's gateway to off-campus job and internship postings, dates for on-campus employer interviews, and additional job posting and company research resources. To assist students, faculty and staff can gain access to SlugQuest by signing up for an account and creating a username and password.
Here are a few steps to help you quickly get started with your Faculty or Staff account:
Click on this link: SlugQuest Faculty Login.
You're now at the SlugQuest Faculty & Staff registration page. Click on "Register".
Fill out all of the required fields and click "Submit".
Hooray! A verification email will be sent shortly. Follow the instructions in the email.
Once you've been verified, you can start browsing SlugQuest! However, you still need to set a password.
You should receive a temporary password via email. Click on the link in your email and reset your password.
Now you can peruse SlugQuest at your leisure! Check out the Jobs tab to view SlugQuest jobs available to students. You can search by industry, employer, or location, and recommend jobs or employers to students you advise.
If you have any questions about SlugQuest or experience trouble logging in, please contact Chris Arends at email@example.com.
Chancellor's Undergraduate Internship Program
The Chancellor's Undergraduate Internship Program provides on-campus internships in programs and departments throughout the campus. Interns work with a mentor to develop personal and professional skills, and take a leading role in producing project in their internship. A two-unit leadership seminar class is required for fall, winter and spring quarters. A scholarship of $8,200 is paid towards the intern’s registration fees for the academic year.
Bay Tree Conference Center
Conference rooms are scheduled on a first come first served basis for UCSC staff only. Student groups must be sponsored by a registered unit. Rooms are not to be used for academic instruction. It is the responsibility of each group to return meeting room furniture to its original placement if moved during the course of your conference. A fee of $23.50 per hour, minimum of one hour, will be charged to reset room furniture. Career Center reserves the right to re-assign rooms if necessary. Check out the Bay Tree Conference Center for more information or contact the Bay Tree Conference Center staff.