An internship is one of the best ways to gain experience while you're still in school, as well as network with peers and potential employers.
UCSD's Career Services Center is an excellent internship resource for students. They'll help you find an internship that's right for your interests, skills, and availability.
Port Triton is UC San Diego's database of off-campus jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and on-campus jobs (including work-study).
The Academic Internship Program is actually a cluster of programs/ academic courses that offer you an opportunity to apply academic knowledge and analytical skills in professional internship and community settings while earning academic credit.
UCSD's Study Abroad office can help you find internship opportunities around the world. Some help you gain work experience, and others may provide academic credit.
The REAL Portal is a tool for students to create research profiles and find research opportunities — a one-stop-shop for all things undergraduate research.
UCSD is committed to providing graduate and undergraduate students with a wide range of summer research opportunities, both on and off campus.
UCDC is an academic program created in 1997 for the purpose of providing approximately 30 students per quarter an opportunity to continue their studies while interning for a quarter in Washington D.C.