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Administrative Intern Program 

In the year-long program, interns work with UCI mentors 10 hours per week in campus departments where they enhance their leadership skills. Students s also enroll in a three-quarter course where they receive 12 units of Pass/No Pass credit.

Alternative Break Programs – Volunteer Programs 

The Alternative Break Program places teams of college students in communities to engage in service and experiential learning during their winter or spring break. Participants perform short-term projects for community agencies and learn about critical …

Anteater Network 

Find an alumni mentor via the UCI Alumni Association’s online tool “The Anteater Network.”

AntLeader Search Engine (ASE) – Center for Student Leadership 

The AntLeader Search Engine helps students find leadership opportunities tailored specifically to their needs and goals. It contains paid and volunteer leadership positions around campus as well as leadership training events.

ASUCI – Antleader Mentorship Program (AMP) 

This program for first-year and transfer students eases their transition to UCI and builds leadership skills. AMP is a student-led program that provides workshops, socials, and one-to-one mentorship motivate and encourage student engagement.  

ASUCI Internships 

Explore the many opportunities to get involved with Associated Students within the seven branches: Office of the President, External Vice President, Internal Vice President, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Legislative Council, and Judicial Board. …

Campus as a Living Lab (CLL) internship 

CLL is a hybrid seminar & internship experience offering an interdisciplinary opportunity for green careers. Students participate in a year-long seminar that can be applied to our most pressing environmental, social, and economic challenges.

Campus Representatives – Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

Campus Representatives are student staff  who lead campus tours, attend local college fairs, and share presentations about UCI.

Cross-Cultural Center – ACTIVE Program Peer Facilitators 

The ACTIVE Program provides peer facilitation on diversity and social justice topics to the campus community. ACTIVE peer facilitators complete a rigorous training and enroll in a year-long course. Applications are available in the fall.

Cross-Cultural Center – Intern Program 

The CCC Intern Program allows students to participate in a year-long internship to gain valuable leadership skills while also developing cultural competence around a variety of issues. Applications are available at the beginning of the spring quarter …

Cross-Cultural Center – Student Assistants 

Student manage the front desk in the main lobby of the Cross-Cultural Center during our hours of operation. Front Desk Assistants provide customer service to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners.

FRESH Volunteer Program 

Volunteers work on projects aimed to reduce basic needs insecurity with dedicated individuals.

Global Sustainability/Housing – Student Positions 

Several positions support the mission and vision of UCI Student Housing’s Sustainability Program & partnership with the Global Sustainability Resource Center (GSRC). Applications are due in the spring for the following year.

International Center (IC) – I-STEPS Leaders 

I-STEPS Leaders assist with I-STEPS classes and plan social events for students enrolled in the courses. I-STEPS Leaders receive 1.3 pass/no pass units. Application deadline is in spring quarter.

International Center (IC) – Internships 

Interns enhance their leadership and communication skills by planning programs, events, and activities for the UCI international community. Internships are one academic year commitment and are paid internships.

International Center (IC) – Student Assistants 

These Student Assistants provide customer service and administrative support to IC staff on meeting immigration-related needs of international students including file maintenance, data entry, and review of incoming immigration requests.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender Resource Center (LGBTRC) – Internships 

Internship opportunities are available to support programming, event management, marketing, and outreach on behalf of the LGBTRC. All internships are the for academic year and request 8-10 hours of work per week.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center (LGBTRC) – Volunqueers 

The LGBTRC Volnqueer Program is an academic year opportunity for students to gain valuable leadership skills and cultural competency while contributing to the mission and vision of the center. Volunqueers participate 3-5 hours/week during all 3 quart …

LGBTQ Mentor (Counseling Center) 

Mentors receive extensive training and receive ongoing supervision to assist peers with issues ranging from confusion about sexual orientation or gender identity, coming out to family & friends, integration of multiple identities (ex. LGBTQ and e …

Life Coach (Counseling Center) 

The COACH Program offers students the opportunity to become a life coach in order to provide one-to-one direct service. Participants leader about strengths, areas of growth and are supervised by a licensed psychologist.

Office of Academic Integrity – Student Conduct Peer Advisor 

Peer Advisors assist students who have been notified for an alleged policy violation. They also promote awareness and provide education about the Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Processes to students and campus partners.

Peer Educator (Counseling Center) 

Peers are trained to provide direct service to students through workshops and receive 3 units/quarter of 198 Group Study on a pass/no pass basis. They are supervised by a licensed therapist and develop skills including communication, bystander traini …

Student Housing Advisor 

Student Housing/Resident Advisors serve as leaders, role-models, and resources in Student Housing. Their primary role is to shape an environment that is safe, inclusive, and conducive to personal and academic success.  They serve in an after-hours du …

Summer Multicultural Leadership Institute (SMLI) Staff 

This annual summer program in August provides 50 incoming first-year students with an introduction to student life, campus climate, and social justice education. Staff applications are available in June/July.

Sustainability Opportunities for Students ( 

This online resource for the UCI Sustainability Office provides a searchable index for students and alumni to find internship opportunities related to sustainability including: Paid, volunteer, academic credit, fellowships, and ocean-related.

UC Veterans Summer Writing Workshop 

Student veterans from all UC campuses gather for 5 days to practice the art of storytelling. Participants will learn how to compose personal narratives about their military experiences. All expenses paid with some limitations.

UCI Alternative Break 

A service-learning program for students to explore social issues through meaningful service, education, and reflection during their academic breaks, and weekend programs.

UCI Basic Needs Field Study 

Support the operations and planning for the FRESH Basic Needs Hub by engaging in research to understand the complexities of college students’ basic needs insecurity including: food, housing, and financial insecurity.

UCI Costa Rica Program – Global Sustainability 

The program team travels to Costa Rica over Spring Break  to engage in community-centered service work as well as collect data for research. Program participants enroll is a 2 unit winter quarter class to learn about sustainability, cultural diversit …


This program enables upper-division undergraduates to develop & deliver their own lower-division seminar classes. Under the DUE, this program  provides a unique opportunity to integrate research, teaching, & learning.

Veteran Mentorship Program 

Be matched with a veteran faculty, staff or graduate student mentor to establish a personal connection & ask questions about UCI, your classes or even for general advice on how to transition back into civilian life or transition to your career.