What does a student worker at MiraCosta College look like?

As an international student at MiraCosta College, you can work up to 19.5 hours/week. First of all, you have to be a full time student taking at least 12 units in the semester. Thus, even if you work at multiple departments, the total hours you can work in a week have to add up to no more than 19.5 hours. Besides submission of application in the departments and the hire package in Career Center, approval from International Office is required. I want to introduce my job as a Blogger/Student Outreach so that everyone who reads this blog would have an idea what it looks like to be a student worker at MiraCosta College.

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Amandine From France (left) and Nhi from Vietnam work as Student Outreach
  • Duties: Publish at least two blogs in a month
  • Hours/week: At least one hour in international office to blog, sometimes more for additional event, which is pretty flexible
  • Additional activities:
    • Conduct interviews prior to the Coffee Chat Series
    • Help on some international events related to MiraCosta College and its English Language Institute
  • Experiences gained:
    • Being more active on campus
    • Increase writing skills
    • Being more creative
    • Have chance to work with MiraCosta leaders, such as faculty and staff
    • Know more people and gain relationships
    • Gain information

Following are the interviews conducted for the Coffee Chat Series:

 

For more information of working on campus, check out Mari’s blog

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Coffee Chat Series: Meet Edward from Tutoring and Academic Support Center – by Nhi

‘Conversation with Faculty’ is one of the Coffee Chat Series sponsored by MiraCosta International Office where all of MiraCosta international students are welcome to join and have great converstions with MiraCosta leaders. We are open for all of the appropriate questions and topics, especially ones contributing to your success.

This time we are having Dr. Pohlert, the Director of Tutoring and Academic Support Center at MiraCosta College. Free coffee and tea and some suprising treat will be provided. Come join us on Tuesday, 10/17/2017 from 10:00-11:00 am at Cafeteria at the table with a lot of colorful flags from a lot of countries all over the world.

Prior interview for the ‘Conversation with Faculty’ getting to know Dr.

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