Jobs & Internships

Welcome to UCSC Career Success' Job, Internship, and Experiential Learning hub. Here, you can find resources for getting employed on or off campus. Make sure to check out our resources section 


  • Handshake is the official job board of UCSC Career Success. Use it to search for jobs and find career development, networking, and recruiting events hosted by UCSC and external employers.
  • Learn more about Handshake here. 


On-Campus Employment 

  • Handshake is the sole platform to apply for on-campus student employment, including work-study postings.  You can filter to view on-campus postings by clicking "on campus" and filter to view work-study postings only by clicking "work-study." 
  • The ER system is formally retired and will not be accessible for students past June 28, 2022. Please utilize Handshake to search for on and off-campus opportunities on and after June 28, 2022. Contact if you have any questions.


Off-Campus Employment

  • Click on the link above for Job Search boards and resources for off-campus positions. More resources can be found below.

 More Professional Development Resources

Internship & Volunteer Resources

Browse resources for volunteering and internships.

Undergraduate Research at UCSC

Get involved in undergraduate research in all disciplines both on and off campus.

UC Advocacy Network Student Ambassador

This virtual program is a great opportunity for students who want to flex their political power and influence state and federal higher education policies, share the student perspective with lawmakers, and develop resume-building experience in public affairs and advocacy.  Ambassadors promote and participate in UCAN digital campaigns, which make it easy for people to call, email, and tweet at lawmakers on critical issues. They also help with petition drives, bringing the UC community together in support of critical budget and legislative issues that affect everyone. Apply here before September 20, 2020.

Browse your major department's website

Your major department may offer professional development events, list job openings and internships available within the department, and share scholarship offers.

Connect with Alumni on the Career Advice Network

The Career Advice Network can virtually connect you with alumni working in your desired field.

Join a Student Organization

Cornucopia isn't the only or last way to get in touch with student organizations. Many student organizations offer professional development workshops and networking opportunities.


Non-UCSC Affiliated Job Boards

Public job boards can be utilized to find full-time jobs, part-time jobs, and internships. Here are a couple examples of boards that can help you find the best fit opportunity for you!

Local Job Boards

General Job Boards