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Room A-200, next to the Counseling office.

Cuyamaca College makes no representations nor guarantees about positions listed with the Student Employment Office. Cuyamaca is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, nor other aspects of off-campus employment. It is the responsibility of students and alumni to research the integrity of the organization to which they are applying. Students and alumni are advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or private party."
Cuyamaca College uses selected criteria to determine which job openings may or may not be posted on the JobLink.

Career & Student Employment

Job opportunities


POST OPENINGS on Job-Link, the free online job board.

REVIEW RESUMES of students and alumni looking for employment.

Register for your Job-Link free account.

If you already have a Job-Link account, please log in.



Access the Cuyamaca student services Job Board

Both on-campus and off campus jobs can be viewed for free at JobLink. Cuyamaca, Grossmont College, enrolled high school students and alumni may use this service.

Post a resume. (Make an appointment with Career Services to get some  help with your writing and organization.)

Access job opportunities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To look at the job list you may use a Career Center computer or use your own.

You will need a log-on I.D.

Please bring a picture I.D. and your Social Security card to the Career Center. You will be issued an I.D. number to log on to the Job Board.

E-Mail Account Required

Students will need an e-mail account to register for Cuyamaca JobLink. You may use your own email account, but If you need a new e-mail account go to . You will be asked to supply your student user name and password.

Register for your free JobLink account.

Log in If you already have a JobLink account.

Job Opportunities not shown on JobLink

Come to the Career Center and ask for the "Job Clipboard". Job descriptions from employers who need someone to work for them are added as they come in.

To expand your job search into specialized areas, ask the Career Center for the "Jobs Search Sites" handout. This is also available when you take  Career Center classes.

Pest Inspection

The Department of Food and Agriculture has an on-going application process for pest inspection positions. Applications accepted all year long.

Pest Exclusion jobs


Work for the City of San Diego:

City of San Diego job board

Look through EMPLOYER FILES in the Career Center

The Career Center Library maintains Employer Files which contain job applications, company literature, annual reports and other helpful information on many of the businesses and organizations in San Diego County- and the nation.

Free Fax and Internet

You are welcome to use the fax and internet in the Career Center for job and career related research.


Contact the Cuyamaca department coordinators to find out about Internships in the lines of work where you have the most interest.

Gain Experience by Volunteering

Misc. positions in San Diego.

Student workers / internships in the areas of Community Services, Land Use and Environment, Public Safety, Finance and General Government, Health and Human Services.

Click on the County department home pages for information specific to each department; For example: Sheriff's Dept.

Volunteer opportunities in the Attorney's Office, City Clerk's office, Family Justice Center, Fire-Rescue, Library, Metropolitan Wastewater, Parks and Recreation, Police and Water/Reservoirs.

The Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) provides Federal employment opportunities to students who are enrolled or accepted for enrollment as degree seeking students taking at least a half-time academic, technical, or vocational course load in an accredited high school, technical, vocational, 2 or 4 year college or university, graduate or professional school.

Established in 1962, BUNAC is a non-profit work and travel expert and has been helping young people work and volunteer abroad.

Programs include AmeriCorps, Disaster Corps, Green Jobs Corps, Citizen Corps, Business Partners Program, Governor's Mentoring Partnership, CalVet Corps, Operation WelcomeHome, and WePrepare.

Search for volunteer opportunities by zip code, city or state.

AmeriCorps members are similar to Peace Corps members, except AmeriCorps serve only in the US. A stint in AmeriCorps usually lasts 10 months to one year. Paid volunteer. Tuition benefits.

The San Diego Center challenges its corps members with natural resource work ranging from trail construction and fire hazard reduction to heavy equipment operation. There are also Caltrans internships.

Take a working vacation and volunteer to help protect California's  National Parks.

Career Technical Education

This web site is supported by Carl D. Perkins VTEA IC funds through the System. Office, California Community Colleges,
Grant #08-C01-020

Revised  August 05, 2013
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