Student Assistants

EOP Student Assistants gain professional skills while working towards their undegraduate degree. Some of the tasks they perform include:

  • answering a multi-line telephone 
  • taking accurate messages or referring callers as appropriate
  • making appointments for students
  • making phone calls to remind students of appointments 
  • informing users of program services and directing them to the proper resource 
  • accurately filing and retrieving student files
  • performing simple data entry
  • photocopying, sending faxes, making campus deliveries
  • performing other basic clerical tasks as needed

The required work skills include:

  • customer service skills
  • ability to work independently
  • learn new information quickly
  • follow complex directions 
  • familiarity with office protocol including confidentiality, punctuality, and professionalism
  • strong alphabetization and computer typing skills

Priority will be given to applicants who have overcome barriers similar to those confronting program participants. Average work hours are 5-10 per week.

Angie Perez
Angelina Delgado
Psychology
Sophomore
Yesenia Flores Briseno
Yesenia  Flores Briseno
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Junior
Julia Romero
Julia Romero
Women and Gender Studies
Junior