Find Part-time Jobs

Many job openings are available through Handshake and ASUCD. However, there are many additional succesful strategies and resources for finding a job.

On-campus jobs intended for currently enrolled students include:

Part-time non-UC Davis affiliated include:

When applying to job vacancies, it is important that you understand all of the skills, abilities, and requirements needed to perform the stated job functions. You should have a resume and a cover letter ready to provide to the hiring employer.

It is recommend that you research the integrity of each organization or person that lists a job before applying to any position. You must personally undertake this responsibility by thoroughly researching employers prior to visiting a potential employer’s house or business office. Neither the ICC nor UC Davis is responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of off-campus employment.

I want to apply for a work-study job on-campus, but Handshake says I am not eligible even though I am. Can I still apply?

Work-Study is a financial aid award. To see if you have this award, review your personalized financial aid notice at MyAwards. All on campus jobs can be converted to work-study positions.

Work-study eligibility is inaccurate for UC Davis students within Handshake. It may appear that you do not qualify for certain on-campus student employment opportunities, but you CAN still apply for these positions. When you apply, submit your Work-Study Eligibility Certificate, along with your other application materials.

Eligible students can obtain a Work-Study Eligibility Certificate (with a 30-day expiration date) through MyAwards. Work-Study Eligibility Certificates will become available in mid-June.

Reference: https://financialaid.ucdavis.edu/undergraduate/types/work-study