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Student Jobs and Internships


2018 EOP Bridge Mentor - Deadline: 03/30/2018

EOP Transitional Programs is looking for mature and enthusiastic CSUN students to assist us in providing leadership and guidance for first time EOP freshmen. Positions available include Mentors and Office Assistants for our Residential Bridge, Commuter Bridge, and FreshStart Programs.

Dates are as follows:

Transitional Programs Training: June 8, 2018 – Training Prep June 11 - 15, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Transitional Programs:

Residential Bridge: June 24- August 3, 2018

Commuter Bridge: June 29- August 10, 2018 (Commuter Bridge closing date is subject to change)

FreshStart: August 16- 20, 2018 (Tentative dates)

• Additional work days may be required for all Programs • Number of positions available are contingent upon funding • Attendance and participation in training is mandatory for all staff

2018 EOP Bridge Mentor Job Announcement (.pdf)

Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018

Step 1. Click on the link to view .pdf application
Step 2. Complete and Save the application to your computer
Step 3. E-mail complete application, resume and letter of recommendation to eoptp@csun.eduor print and drop off at the EOP office located in University Hall 205

2018 Job Descriptions:
Residential Bridge (.pdf)

Commuter Bridge (.pdf)

2018 Applications:
Bridge Mentor  Application (.pdf)

Bridge Office Assistant Mentor Application (.pdf)

Behavior Instructor - Passport to Adaptive Living - Deadline: 03/31/2018

Passport to Adaptive Living (PAL) has immediate openings for enthusiastic
individuals seeking employment opportunities as Instructors in the field of
"in home" behavioral health services for individuals with autism and other
developmental disabilities. This is a part time hourly position to start, but
has potential for full time hours and is a perfect opportunity for
undergraduate and graduate students looking for a start in the helping
profession. All applicants must demonstrate flexible availability to work
20-30 hours/week.
Specific Locations:
Santa Maria, Nipomo, and Buellton, Canoga Park, North Hollywood, and Winnetka
**Spanish speaking desired, but not required**
Instructors - General Job Description and Prerequisites
As an instructor, prospective staff will teach individuals with autism and
other developmental disabilities functional skills that will improve their
quality of life. Instructors work with individuals (age 3 years old &
adulthood) 1-1 in the learner's home. Instructors are mainly responsible for
implementing intensive behavior intervention programs (daily teaching of
language skills and teaching appropriate behaviors) , social skills programs
(play interaction), and adaptive skills programs (dressing, hygiene, and so
forth) under the supervision of a clinical program coordinator.
Extensive training is provided upon hire. Training consists of flexible
blended learning format (online and onsite) consisting of role play, field
training, and learner specific training.
Instructors must submit a 1 page resume, must meet or exceed for the
following prerequisites, and be able to present a copy of the following items
upon interview:
•       A minimum of 48 college units  in psychology, education, child
development or a related field
•       Valid CA driver’s license
•       proof of automobile insurance, & reliable transportation
•       Social Security Card or Valid Passport
•       Most recent college transcripts or proof of degree
•       no field experience necessary
•       DOJ Clearance
Applicants must be available and willing to work week day afternoons/evenings
and weekend hours.
Hourly Wage and Benefits:
•       Starting wage is $15/hr to $18/hr
•       Mileage and Drive Time for in-between travel
•       RBT training and supervision
•       Opportunities to earn gift card bonuses
•       Strong supervision
•       Wages are dependent upon combined education and experience supporting
individuals with developmental disabilities. If candidates have experience,
they may qualify for a higher rate. No experience necessary (training is
•       Upon hire you will be expected to obtain finger print clearance and
attend training. Training is mandatory and will be discussed upon interview.

Contact Email:

Website: http://pal-services.org/

Transit Assistant - 03/19/2018 - Deadline: Open until a sufficient number of qualified applications are received for this recruitment.

City of Thousand Oaks - Thousand Oaks, CA

Do you have an affinity for numbers, and would like to contribute your
skills, experience, and creativity to an award-winning transit program?  City
of Thousand Oaks Transit supports six municipal agencies, and is seeking a
detail oriented, and highly collaborative individual to provide
administrative and financial support for an innovative transit program,
focused on providing exceptional service to its residents.

Primary responsibilities:

Perform a variety of general bookkeeping and clerical accounting duties and
Create and maintain accurate records of transit related financial information
(e.g. grants and expenditures)
Review and track budget; compile budget request data
Prepare and process requests for payments; review vendor invoices and reports
for accuracy
Prepare, analyze, and distribute financial and statistical reports
Assist with filing required local, state, and federal transit related reports
accurately and in a timely manner
Develop spreadsheets, documents, and reports to track and summarize data
Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate should possess:

Exceptional attention to detail, organization, and prioritization skills
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills to work effectively with
colleagues, management, external partners, and members of the public
Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office applications, particularly Excel and
Initiative, and be highly motivated and results oriented
A minimum of a high school diploma, or equivalent
A college degree in Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration
or related field, a plus
2+ years experience of administrative or financial program support experience
1+ year of analytical experience, preferably in public administration;
transit experience preferred
A valid Class C California’s driver’s license

Core Competencies:

Strategic Thinker                    ●  Technically Knowledgeable
Results Oriented                     ●  Flexible/ Adaptable
Planner/Organizer                   ● Customer-Focused
Interpersonally Effective
Deadline to apply:
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FILING DEADLINE: Open until a sufficient number of qualified applications
are received for this recruitment.

Initial review of candidates targeted for Monday, March, 19, 2018.

Editorial Intern - FLOOD Magazine - Deadline to apply: 04/01/2018

FLOOD is looking for editorial interns who are passionate about music, film,
television, food/drink, technology, fashion, video games, sports, literature,
and just about anything else under the sun. Interns will work side by side
with FLOOD editors on a daily basis with responsibilities that include
researching and writing for the website, transcribing interviews, assisting
at FLOOD events, and copy-editing reviews and features, in addition to
various office duties. This is not a “get our coffee/make copies” kind of
position: we’re looking for applicants who are interested in a unique
learning experience and gaining editorial skills for the future.

Editorial interns work fifteen to twenty hours a week (two to three days a
week) at FLOOD HQ in Los Angeles. The internship runs in three cycles per
year: Winter/Spring (January–May), Summer (June–August), and Fall/Holiday
(September–December), however the dates are flexible as to best accommodate
a variety of school schedules. FLOOD does not provide travel or housing
assistance for internships. Interns must be able to receive academic credit
for completing this internship. Note: this is an unpaid position.

Job Requirements

– Currently pursuing a college degree in journalism, writing, English, or
any other related field
– Currently within/planning to be in an academically sanctioned internship
– Strong background in writing and the editorial process
– Working knowledge of Chicago Manual of Style
– Ability to travel to the FLOOD offices in Los Angeles two to three times
a week

Please send us your resume, three to five writing samples (preferably across
a few different subjects a la our website categories), and a brief cover
letter that includes your favorite albums, films, TV shows, and books from
the past year.

Send your completed application to the attention of Anya Jaremko-Greenwold at

Accounting Assistant - HOLLOW GLEN - Deadline: 04/19/2018


I need someone to reorganize my office and accounting system and operation
Deadline to apply: 04/19/2018
Contact Email: bob@tuffias.com

Graphic Design Internship - Creative Studios LA - Deadline: Not Provided

Creative Studios Los Angeles (CSLA), is LA’s first all-inclusive multimedia
production space thoughtfully designed by creatives.  CSLA is seeking a
creative, self-motivated, video editing intern to work closely with.  This
internship has the potential of turning into a paid position in the future,
depending on skills and work ethic.

Our mission is to empower artist and innovators to create at their highest
level by providing the space, pro-equipment, and production solutions they
need to share their vision and voice with the world.

Our production services include: branded content, promotional & instructional
videos, music videos, live productions, podcast shows, and audio recording.

See informational flyer. Contact information:  or (747) 256-1826


Video Editing Internship - Creative Studios LA - Deadline: Not Provided

Creative Studios Los Angeles (CSLA), is LA’s first all-inclusive multimedia
production space thoughtfully designed by creatives.  CSLA is seeking a
creative, self-motivated, video editing intern to work closely with.  This
internship has the potential of turning into a paid position in the future,
depending on skills and work ethic.

Our mission is to empower artist and innovators to create at their highest
level by providing the space, pro-equipment, and production solutions they
need to share their vision and voice with the world.

Our production services include: branded content, promotional & instructional
videos, music videos, live productions, podcast shows, and audio recording.

See informational flyer. Contact information:  or (747) 256-1826

Sunday School Teacher - Deadline: Not provided

The Relevant Church of Woodland Hills is offering internship/volunteer
credits for Sunday School Teachers for our Children's Church.

This internship allows students the opportunity to learn how to develop and
execute lesson plans based off of themes from the Bible.  Students would also
work with children to create, rehearse and perform shows based on their
skills and talents.

Gain experience while having fun and developing yourself and your community.

For more information about our church please see our website: http://relevantchurchwh.org/ or contact: 818-839-1942

Childrens Church Credit Hours Flyer

Success Coach Program - Peer Mentor Program - Deadline: Ongoing

The Office of Student Involvement and Development (OSID) is a department comprised of two learning centered offices/spaces: Student Development, and the Matador Involvement Center, and together they support an overall departmental mission:

The Office of Student Involvement and Development exists to develop and support students in becoming engaged members and successful graduates of the CSUN community. Through purposeful co-curricular programming, advocacy, and advisement, the Office of Student Involvement and Development familiarizes students with the campus and its resources, fosters social connections and campus pride, provides opportunities for involvement and leadership development, and cultivates students’ passion to positively impact their communities.  

Through active collaboration with our faculty, staff, and students, the Office of Student Involvement and Development supports students in the completion of their educational and personal goals; promotes cultural awareness and understanding of individual differences; and inspires lifelong commitment to learning, service and California State University, Northridge.

The CSUN Office of Student Involvement and Development: Connecting, Developing and Celebrating our Students!


Under general to limited supervision, Peer Mentors for the Office of Student Involvement & Development (OSID) are responsible for the execution of the Peer Mentor Program activities for incoming first-year students. A detailed description of the Peer Mentor Program is available at the end of this packet. 

Student staff will assist professional staff to support this program, as well as general office/departmental functions year-round.



  • Meet with assigned mentees
  • Document progress and attendance on mentees/mentee groups through evaluations/assessments provided.  
    • Encourage mentee success through articulation of university policies, reminders and deadlines
    • Communicates regularly with mentees, peer mentor group and program coordinator
      • Use critical thinking skills to address mentee concerns/questions
      • Work with multiple information sources, data-tables, rosters, etc.
      • Coordinate mailings and notifications to students and fellow student staff members
      • Assists overall office customer service (phone, online, in-person)



  • Basic desktop publishing skills
  • Familiarity with technology as it relates to Personal Computer (PC) and/or Apple computers and smart devices.
  • Familiarity with Operating Systems for both Microsoft and Apple platforms including applications utilized for online research and the creation of documents, spreadsheets, publications, presentations, emails, etc.
  • Good customer service                    
  • General knowledge with utility and functionality of basic office equipment (copy, fax, phone)
  • Openness to learn             



  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher

*maintained throughout entire time of service

  • Sophomore, Junior, or Senior academic standing

 Demonstrable knowledge of the following:

  • Knowledge of group and individual mentoring processes
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (incl. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook or other email/calendaring platforms).

Demonstrable ability to do the following:

  • Clearly express ideas and directions verbally and in writing
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, student organizations, faculty, staff, administrators, and the general public.  
  • Interpret and apply University rules and regulations
  • Recognize multicultural value systems and work accordingly
  • Ability to lift 40 lbs. unassisted
  • Proficient in the use of, (or ability to quickly learn) technological devices including computer applications (incl. MS word, Excel, PowerPoint), Projectors, Radio Head-sets and the like.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to access and communicate well via email, telephone, and MOODLE/Canvas interfaces. 


  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to communicate well via e-mail, telephone and Moodle
  • Attend all training sessions
  • Arrive on time (or in some cases early) to events;
  • Be able to work in a multi-faceted and diverse environment;
  • Be available for office hours (will vary depending on projects);
  • Effective oral and written communication skills 


Areas concerning eligibility, hours of work, the classification for student employees, and salary are in alignment with the University’s Office of Human Resources (HR) and the ‘Student Assistant / Work-Study Student Compensation Plan’.  More information can be accessed at any time online at: http://www.csun.edu/careers/student-assistant-compensation-plan.   

Classification: Student Assistant Level II
Jobs assigned to Level II receive general supervision; however, the job involves a broad variety of skilled tasks which may require previous experience, education, or specialized skills. Frequently, jobs at this level will include the responsibility or the application of independent judgment and decision making. Jobs at this level should be those which may require previous education or experience or those which work most independently with considerable authority for independent action.


At this time, Peer Mentors (or student assistant II per HR) are $12 per hour. Per review of job performance (annually or semi-annually) Peer Mentor will be considered for salary increases. 

Term of Employment:

This is a one-academic-year position with extensions upon successful evaluations.  

  • Position Starting Date:   July 2017
  • Position Ending Date:      Late May 2018

(Dates depending on various factors including the start and conclusion of each semester)


Hours of Work:

Generally, Peer Mentors will work 10 hrs/week, during which time they are in classes, and 20 hours during times they are not in classes.  Typically, that assumes:

  • January – May (10 hrs/week)
  • September – December (10 hrs/week)

Weekly in-office work schedules can be arranged between 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday- Friday

  • After-hours and weekend work will be required (5 hrs/week, between 6:00am –10:00pm, Sunday-Saturday—as scheduled between mentor and mentee)
  • Applicant should be aware that time-off may be limited, except for recognized campus closures and holiday breaks
  • Applicants will receive priority registration for subsequent semesters worked so as to enable them flexibility to attend mandatory office meetings, etc.


* *Student assistant(s) may be hired to assist Program Coordinator with program logistics. Student assistant(s) will have the same classification level, but with elevated administrative responsibilities. Student assistant(s) will be eligible to work up to 20 hours a week, at the rate of $12 an hour. 

Per HR, the following information more fully explains the guidelines which must be adhered to as a student employee on campus:

1. Generally, students shall be given a 15-minute break during a 4-hour shift, and at least a 30-minute break for lunch during a 5 to 6-hour shift. The 15-minute break is paid time; the 30-minute lunch is unpaid time. The 15-minute break cannot be accumulated for lunch and cannot alter the normal work schedule.

2. The CSU policy restricts student assistant work time. In addition, the Internal Revenue Service guidelines for student assistants to remain exempt from social security and Medicare deductions, limits their normal working hours to 20 during the school year. An exception is allowed during winter inter-session, spring break, and summer session, or if the hours exceed 20 for a short period of time and infrequently. The CSU policy states that it is permissible for student assistants to work up to 30 hours in a week when enrolled in classes, only under emergency or other unusual situations. Exceptions to this policy require approval of the Financial Manager (MPP Administrator) in each department or College. While the exception may be granted on an emergency basis, frequent use of the exception will result in Human Resources review and contact with the department and/or college.


Peer Mentor Program Description

The mission of the *Success Coach Program (working title) is to promote the success, persistence, and motivation of new students throughout the year. This program is designed specifically to retain students who are at risk of not persisting through personal support and peer mentorship efforts. A variety of workshops, social gatherings, and university sponsored events will be highlighted for students to embrace the academic, social, and cultural environments of the university. The Success Coach Program will help first year students become more acclimated to student life while raising awareness on the educational expectations of the university, in an effort to encourage academic persistence. 

The Success Coach Program is housed in the Office of Student Involvement and Development, and coordinates with other departments in order to better serve CSUN students. Coaches will be students of sophomore, junior or senior class level who have been trained to support first-year participants (mentees). Individual and group meetings between mentor and mentee will be implemented to promote success and support and to ensure that personal goals are being created, implemented and met by mentees. 


TO APPLY VISIT: www.csun.edu/osid/csun-mentorship-program


Jobs at the Oviatt Library

Now you can find Oviatt Library Jobs at the CSUN Career Center website! 

5 Step To-Do List:

  1. Register at https://csun-csm.symplicity.com (instructions at http://www.csun.edu/career/students)
  2. Create a profile.
  3. Find Oviatt Library Jobs by searching “Oviatt Library” (with quotation marks)
  4. Apply to Library Student Assistant – General Pool to be considered for all available jobs in the library. You may also apply to additional specialized student positions as posted.
  5. You MUST complete and upload an Oviatt Library Student Employee Application to be considered for a position. You may also include additional documents such as resume and work samples.


Summer Internship in Mayor's Office of Public Engagement - Los Angeles, CA

The Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement (MOPE) is the result of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s vision for an inclusive, transparent, accountable and responsible city government. MOPE acts as a point of coordination for dialogue between the Mayor’s Office and the diverse constituents and communities of Los Angeles. 


An internship in MOPE provides the opportunity for students to help organize, produce, and staff various events to create opportunities for the Mayor and his residents to engage with one another. Interns will experience the exciting day-to-day operations and mechanisms of working in a unique department within the Mayor’s Office, while closely learning how policy affects a community and its residents. Interns are encouraged to take on leadership roles and special projects as skills progress and share event and program ideas at weekly meetings. 

Examples of events and programs organized by MOPE include

Official Appearances – where the Mayor may speak, preside, present, or receive 

Neighborhood Walks – where the Mayor walks around a neighborhood to inform the community on issues and connect Angelenos with City Hall 

Office Hours – where the Mayor and Senior Officials hear the concerns of constituents and implement resolutions 

Constituent Services, Mayor’s Help Desk, Mayor’s Mobile Help Desk – handles one-on-one constituent complaints, concerns and suggestions, essentially serving as the customer service arm of the Mayor’s Office 

Mayor’s Youth Council, Government 101 and Civic University – programs designed to close the gap between public knowledge and how Los Angeles City Government works to empower constituents to effectively influence government 


Interns also assist workers in two departments within MOPE: Constituent Services and Area Representation 

Constituent Service Representatives assist the Mayor in aiding the public through problem solving by fielding complaints or suggestions. CSR’s then communicate with, mediate between and/or refer constituents to the appropriate person or city department to bring about “a resolution or a good reason why not.” 

Area Representatives are tasked with issue-based problems and concerns which affect communities-at-large. AR’s are assigned to six main planning areas: Central, West LA, Eastside, South Los Angeles, Valley and Harbor. Dubbed “the face of the Mayor in the community,” AR’s organize, represent or staff the Mayor at a variety of events, as well as meet regularly with stakeholders, community leaders and businesses. 



An internship in MOPE enables interns to: 

 Personally assist and network with professionals with years of experience in the government and a range of other fields 

 Network with a diverse group of students from a variety of colleges and universities 




 Participate in the weekly Brown Bag Lunch Speaker Series with speakers like Rich Llewellyn, Legal Counsel to the Mayor and 

 Shadow Area Representatives from MOPE to help with a variety of events and field work, such as: 

Canvassing neighborhoods to raise awareness on issues like soil contamination from a nearby battery plant 

Staffing a Neighborhood Council BBQ at the Getty House, the Mayor’s official residence 

Volunteering at National Night Out, an event that promotes police-community partnerships 

 Receive training from the Constituent Services Team on Office Management Systems for data documentation and logging of constituent cases 

 Assist Constituent Service Representatives at the Mayor’s Help Desk by helping constituents with complaints, concerns, or suggestions 

 Lead various long-term projects, with current/past projects including: 

Updating the office’s social media presence and highlighting staff and local businesses 

Writing grants in order to obtain funding for MOPE programs 

Organizing a college fair attended by the Mayor and financial aid officers 

Planning programming for the Mayor’s Youth 



 Interns must be undergraduate students, graduate students, or recent graduates of a two- or four-year college, university, or vocation school 

 Ideal candidates must be able to: 

Communicate well 

Display a record of academic achievement 

Demonstrate a commitment to public service 

Work in a fast-paced environment 

 Candidates must also maintain a high standard of ethics and integrity in a work environment 



Internship candidates should send a resume, writing sample and cover letter (detailing interest in the internship) to and cc . The subject title should say, “Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement: Internship Opportunity”. For additional questions, please use the above e-mails. 


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