Hot Jobs of the Week

Hot Jobs

  • Gentiva Healthcare Services – Hospice Registered Nurse – Bakersfield, CA
  • Saddleback Eye Center – Medical Assistant – Laguna Hills, CA
  • KPBS – Engineering Assistant – San Diego, CA
  • African Coalition Workforce – Event Coordinator – San Diego, CA
  • SDSU Language Acquisition Center – Graduate Assistant – San Diego, CA
  • EVOD Industries – Solidworks Designer
  • Helix Water District Engineering Intern – La Mesa, CA
  • The Arc of San Diego – Job Coach – San Diego CA
  • Greyhound Adoption Center – Kennel Attendant – El Cajon, CA
  • City of San Dimas – Administrative Aide – San Dimas, CA

To apply or to find more information on any of the postings above, head to Aztec Career Connection where you can find jobs and internships daily.

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Hot Jobs of the Week

Hot Jobs

We are back with our Hot Jobs of the Week segment! Here are few jobs open to undergrad, graduate and graduated Aztecs that you can find on Aztec Career Connection. 

  • YMCA of San Diego County Youth Development Teacher – San Diego, CA
  • CDC Small Business Finance Graphic Design Marketing Intern – San Diego, CA
  • Ballast Point – Accounting Intern – San Diego, CA
  • Arthur J. Gallagher & Co – Gallagher Sales Intern – San Diego, CA
  • SDSUCard Office – Student Assistant – San Diego, CA
  • San Diego Bowl Game Association – Intern – San Diego, CA
  • Falcone Institute – Psycho-Educational Coach Intern – San Diego/Carmel Valley, CA

To apply or to find more information on any of the postings above, head to Aztec Career Connection where you can find jobs and internships daily.

#SDSUMentorMonday: A Student Perspective

A current SDSU student is sharing what her mentor in the Aztec Mentor Program gave to her:
Give an example of a significant conversation you’ve had with your mentor. What did you learn?
I choose to take on a lot in my daily life (especially while at school in order to make the most of my stay at SDSU). My mentor has helped me with many conversations regarding my work/life load and if those choices are benefiting or harming me based on whether or not I am spreading myself too thin to be able to do all things well.
How have you benefited professionally/personally from this mentoring connection?
My mentor is an overall happy person who wants to continue to better himself and his family. These align with my life goals as well. I have benefited immensely just knowing that if wonderful people like my mentor can make “it” happen, then I can too.
Why is mentoring important to you?
I am 28, and I have been through a lot, but there are always people who have been through different situations, or situations similar to yours, but had a different take on it. Mentoring is important because as a human race, we can learn so much from those who came before us if we are willing to listen. Listening gives us the advantage of not starting from the bottom. Rather, we spring off that knowledge that has already been gained and continue to move forward.
What impact has this or another mentoring connection had on your SDSU experience?
To know that there are people like this on campus or off campus but willing to positively influence an SDSU student’s college experience, only makes me more impressed with my choice to attend SDSU.
If you’re interested in being a mentor for a current Aztec, please sign up here: Become A Mentor
If you have any questions, reach out to use at amp@sdsu.edu