College Student Summer Employment FAQ
1. What is the College Student Summer Employment Program?
a. The College Student Summer Employment Program is an employment opportunity designed to provide exposure to professional careers in healthcare, obtain work experience and develop work habits and communication skills that can be helpful in shaping future career interests.
a. High school graduates who are currently enrolled in college are eligible.
a. Yes, students may partake in the program a total of two (2) times. It does not have to be consecutive years.
a. Yes, anyone under 18 years of age must submit an underage waiver, signed by a parent, with their application.
a. Yes, the hourly wage is $15.
a. You will work no more than 40 hours a week, Monday through Friday, during normal business hours. Part-time may be available.
a. Employees are expected to be available for at least 2-3 months beginning at the end of May through the end of September.
a. Selection is based on the needs of UCLA Health departments. Departments request students with specific skills and knowledge areas, or who have a strong interest in a particular field. Preference is given to current or former UCLA volunteers.
a. We are unable to foresee how many students will be selected. Once we know our department needs, we will be able to start placing students.
a. To apply, please submit a completed application, online assessment and resume.
a. You will be contacted by the program coordinator and offered a position within the program. You will be given the details of your placement at that time.
a. Before you may begin employment, you will be contacted to complete the following tasks:
b. You will also be given a description of your role and instructions for your assignment.