Over 185 employers on campus to recruit right now!

Over the next week over 600 in person interviews for jobs and internships will take place here at the Career Services Center.

To land an interview through this fall recruitment process please do each of the following (the more the better)…

  • Look through Port Triton for Jobs and Internships and then apply in order to secure an interview.
  • Meet employer representatives at the career fair on Wednesday, Oct 22nd (today) from 10:30am -3pm at RIMAC and on Thursday Oct 23rd from 10:30-3pm at the Price Center West Ballroom.  Talk with recruiter in order to secure an interview.
  • Meet recruiters at employer information session to talk with and secure an interview.

Employers are searching for a wide range of skills to fill various types of jobs and internships.  Including: communication and foreign language skills; to software and hardware expertise; to analytical and research skills to name just a few.  All majors are encouraged to  participate!  While recruitment is just one way to land a job, NO student should miss this opportunity to connect with so many employers for so many opportunities.


  1. Use the “career fair, employer information and workshops” tab on Port Triton to search for interviews by companies attending the fair.  Port triton link: https://ucsd-csm.symplicity.com/students/
  2. Use the “career fair, employer information and workshops” tab on Port Triton to search for employer information sessions.
  3. Resume advice: See Triton Career Guide off of CSC site: http://career.ucsd.edu/undergraduates/prepar-resume-covlet/index.html
  4. Wed recruiters are seeking to fill tech opportunities; Thursday recruiters are seeking to fill other or non tech opportunities.  Students can attend one or both days.

Fall Events Hosted by CalCPA – Great Accounting Network Building Opportunities!


SD Chapter Fall Networking Event | K1031014
Thursday, Oct. 23
5:30 – 7:30pm
Phil’s BBQ Event Center
$25/members; $25/guests; $35/nonmembers
*Please note that you might need to hold down the control (Ctrl) key while you click on the link for it to work

SD Professional Issues Update | Y1101014
Monday, Oct. 27
9 – 1pm
The Dana on Mission Bay
FREE for members & their guests
*Please note that you might need to hold down the control (Ctrl) key while you click on the link for it to work

SD Holiday Party | K1051214
Tuesday, Dec. 9
6 – 8pm
Tom Ham’s Lighthouse
$35/members; $40/guests; $55/nonmembers

*Please note that you might need to hold down the control (Ctrl) key while you click on the link for it to work

CalCPA Campus Ambassador Position Application -11/10 Deadline


Are you an outgoing and social undergraduate student studying finance or accounting? Are you looking to increase your professional network? Are you involved with campus accounting, finance, business clubs or honor societies on campus? Are you eager to share great events, career resources and scholarship opportunities with your peers? If you answered yes to any of those questions, the CalCPA Campus Ambassador position is perfect for you.

If you are interested in learning more about the Campus Ambassador program, contact David Lo at (818) 546-3559.

Download an application. Deadline is Nov. 10


UCSD’s Economics & Business Librarian at Rady on Wednesdays


The librarian starts weekly on-site drop-in hours for this quarter, in the location just outside of the MBA Lounge (Room 2N127).

Drop by  12:30-2pm on Wednesdays, or feel free to drop me an email with your questions and requests anytime, via a reply to this message.

I can help you:

  • Locate the high-quality information you need
  • Fine-tune your strategies and efficiency in finding and using information, data, graphics and more
  • Improve how you manage your information flow
  • Learn how to set up individualized news and research alerts to monitor your favorite topics.

Adele L. Barsh

Economics & Business Librarian


Call for papers! The Developing Economist – Publishing Opportunity for Undergrads!


The University of Texas at Austin chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon, international economics honor society, is pleased to inform you of the second edition of our student-run journal: The Developing Economist – An Undergraduate Journal of Economics.


The first edition of The Developing Economist was published in 2014. Our team of editors is committed to continuing the production of an annual volume of high-quality academic work done by undergraduates from across the nation.


Writings should be economic in nature, however, students whose focus is in political economy, finance, or mathematics should not hesitate to send their work.


Attached is a flyer for distribution among your membership. Any mention in newsletters, membership mailing lists, or meeting announcements would be greatly appreciated. Interested students should visit http://developingeconomist.com for submission guidelines. The deadline for submission is January 15, 2015. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.


Thank You,

Christina Kent and Shreyas K.S.

The Developing Economist

The University of Texas at Austin


CPA Exam Requirements Webinar – Becker

CPA Exam Requirements Webinar

  • At this workshop, you will:
    • Understand the CPA exam structure and licensure requirements
    • Get all your CPA exam questions answered
    • Learn about Becker’s study formats: live, online, and self-study
  • Event Details:
    Thursday, October 23, 2014
    RSVP Here: http://bit.ly/CPAReq 

Simulation Workshop Webinar

TACKLE THE SIMULATIONS! At this workshop, you will:

• Overcome the technology hurdle of tackling the simulations
• Learn tips and tricks on how to manage your time and gain points on test day
• Understand the CPA examination requirements
Event Details:
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
RSVP Now: http://bit.ly/SimWorkshop

CA Wide Webinars California

Undergrad Competition for Grad School Tuition

eeeChallenge Your Perspectives 2015

Chalmers University

Challenge Your Perspectives 2015 has now launched!
This is a competition for undergrads to compete for full tuition for grad school.
The competition gives students the opportunity to compete for a full tuition fee waiver worth $40,000 for a two year master’s program at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden! American and international students with a bachelor’s degree from an American university in Engineering, Science, Architecture, and for one of the programs, in Law, Business and Design are eligible to participate.

Participants take quizzes on Swedish Innovation, Chalmers University of Technology, and Technology Management, as well as answer an essay question on Technology Management.

The competition is open until November 30, 2014.


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