Academic Affairs Student Apprenticeship Program (AASAP)

*WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME*

The UCSD Academic Affairs Student Apprenticeship Program (AASAP) offers substantive, practical work-learning experiences to undergraduate and graduate students at UCSD and other local universities.

Students who successfully complete UCSD apprenticeships have a competitive edge in the job market. These apprenticeships are opportunities for students to apply their academic knowledge to the professional work arena. Through this practical UCSD work-learning experience, students have the flexibility to explore career options while gaining exposure to valuable networks and developing first-rate skills in business administration, fiscal management, human resources, information technology, academic research and student affairs. UCSD AASAP also serves as a career-development resource for students after they have completed their apprenticeships, assisting with resumés, cover letters, and job interviews.

Departments that participate in UCSD AASAP gain an expanded workforce of talented, highly-motivated students to assist in well-defined projects in the areas of academic administration and research. Training and mentoring these students is an opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of personnel—a group representing the workforce of the future and who play a key role in the successful planning of UCSD’s growth and development.

CURRENT APPRENTICESHIP OPENINGS

Apprenticeship listings are updated on a regular basis and may be filled prior to the listed closing date.

  • Academic Research
  • Business & Program Administration
  • Fiscal Management
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Student Affairs

INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS

  • What is Academic Affairs?
  • How to Apply
  • Recruitment, Selection & Orientation
  • Program Administration Requirements
  • How to Have a Successful Apprenticeship
  • Academic Credit (Optional)
  • Compensation
  • Frequently Asked Questions

INFORMATION FOR DEPARTMENTS

  • How to Post an Apprenticeship
  • Recruitment, Selection & Orientation
  • Program Administration Requirements
  • How to Have a Successful Apprenticeship
  • Compensation
  • Academic Credit (Optional)
  • Frequently Asked Questions

FORMS

BROCHURES

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

UCSD AASAP Coordinator
9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0001
La Jolla, CA 92093-0001
Phone: 858.822.7990
Fax: 858.822.0072
Email: aasap@ucsd.edu