UCLA Career Center - Handshake

Handshake is a platform that connects talented Bruins with internships, jobs and career opportunities.

Use Handshake to find workshops, events and other career development programs hosted by the UCLA Career Center.

https://career.ucla.edu/Handshake

UC Program Internships

UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy (CAPPP)
Quarter in Washington Program
www.cappp.ucla.edu

UC Center Sacramento Program
uccs.ucdavis.edu

Department Teaching Assistants

Applications for TAships with the Asian American Studies Department are due in Winter Quarter (February).

The Asian American Studies Department TA application may be found here:

https://tinyurl.com/AASD-TAapplication

HELPFUL TIPS

Still need to find a “match”? Feel free to look for other organizations you can work with.

When you email organizations, make sure to:

  • state your major(s) and, if applicable, your minor(s)
  • let them know you are looking for an internship for academic credit for a particular quarter (make sure to include the start and end dates!)
  • describe why you are interested in their organization for an internship
  • share what skills or knowldge that you have to contribute
  • include your resume and open schedule

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Hiroshi Wagatsuma Memorial Graduate Student/Faculty Grants Deadline: April 1st, 2019

2019-2020 Hiroshi Wagatsuma Memorial Graduate Student and Faculty Grants   The Wagatsuma Fellowship was created in honor of the late UCLA Anthropology Professor Hiroshi Wagatsuma, who for many years served as an important bridge of mutual understanding between students and academics in Japan and the United States. He pursued cross-cultural studies in anthropology, psychology, sociology, […]

Searching for GSR – Arthur Ashe Legacy Deadline: Open til Filled

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