Find a Job or Internship
The first step in finding a job is usually creating a resume. Our Resume Builder will help you do just that.
Then, you can use it to apply for local jobs through our online job board.
The job board also lists internship opportunities. Internships typically do not pay, but you can use them to get college credit, learn new skills and gain experience for your resume.
When you find a job, remember that you can also earn college credit for the learning you do there. Check out Cooperative Work Experience for more information about how.
Learning Aligned Employment Program (LAEP)
If you’re looking for a way to get some real-world work experience and make some money while you’re at it, the Learning Aligned Employment Program (LAEP) just might be the perfect fit for you!
If you’re a student looking for a job through the LAEP program, send us an email at email@example.com.
Which Students Are Eligible for LAEP?
Students need to meet all of the following to be eligible for LAEP:
- Enrolled in at least 6 credits for Fall and Spring semesters
- California resident classification
- Satisfactory academic progress in a program leading to a degree or certificate
- Demonstrated financial need—FAFSA/DACA information needs to be current
- Eligibility to work in the U.S
Priority will be given to eligible students who are first-generation college students, current/former foster youth, and students who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
Students need to meet one of the following to be eligible for LAEP:
- First generation college students
- Low-income students
- Current or former foster youth
- Homeless students or those at risk of becoming homeless
- Students with disabilities
- Displaced workers
- Students with dependent children
- Formerly incarcerated students
- Undocumented students meeting AB 540
- Students who are veterans