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Academic Internship Program

Internships are typically hort-term, voluntary or paid, learning experiences. The most popular type of internship is part-time, 10 to 20 hours per week during the academic year. This schedule allows students to continue with their course work during the internship. Summer is a preferred period for full-time (40 hours/week) internships.
Students enrolled at UCR may earn academic credit for their internships, or they may undertake them solely for professional development.

California Alliance for Minority Participation

The California Alliance for Minority Participation is designed for students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields.* *CAMP-UCR is a program that works to encourage students of color to successfully complete undergraduate science degrees and further pursue their studies at the graduate and professional level.

Career Center

The Career Center provides access to job, internship, and work study listings, career fairs, and career planning information. /

Human Resources

UCR is Riverside County's second largest employer. If you enjoy the university atmosphere and want a challenging job, continuing a UCR career begins here.

Medical & Health Careers Program

The mission of the Medical and Health Careers Program (MHCP) is to create a community of pre-medical and pre-health scholars and to enhance the academic and extracurricular preparation of students aspiring to enter medical school or other health profession programs. We are dedicated to encouraging and supporting all UCR students.

Science Mathematics Initiative

The California Teach Science/Mathematics Initiative (CaTEACH-SMI) is a new UC program initiated by an agreement between the Governor of California and the University of California President. Its mission is to increase the number of highly qualified teachers in science and mathematics annually into California classrooms.

Undergraduate Research

A variety of research opportunities are available to undergraduate students.

University Honors Program

The UHP is divided into two main components: the Lower Division Program (incoming freshmen), and the Upper Division Program (juniors and seniors).  The UHP encourages well prepared and highly motivated students to excel in this challenging academic environment.

Work Study

Students who have received work study aid can find job listings, eligibility information, and contact information at the Work Study section of the Career Center website.

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