Want to make a difference in a child's education?
The Early Academic Outreach Program, in conjunction with the Center For Educational Partnerships, is looking for energetic, dynamic and motivated UCI students to be mentors for students in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
What Does EAOP Do?
Early Academic Outreach Student Coordinators visit middle and high schools to help students prepare for college. We offer a variety of activities designed to develop their academic skills and to strengthen their college eligibility. The UCI student staff provide one-on-one advising and assistance for topics such as:
  • College Requirements
  • UC Application & Personal Statement
  • SAT Information
  • Financial Aid
  • UCI Field Trips

Employment Qualifications

Here are the qualifications that each potential applicant should meet before applying to EAOP:

  • Current UCI student
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Drivers license, personal transportation and auto insurance required
  • Traveling to designated school sites required
  • Finger-printing and TB test required
    Available to work 2-3 mornings per week
  • Workstudy encouraged
  • Mandatory one week paid training during Welcome Week in the fall
  • Mandatory enrollment in SS195 course during winter quarter, where you will receive 4 units for 40 hours of field work. Any time worked in addition to this 40 hours will be compensated at an hourly rate.
Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions about the job, or what it means to work for EAOP? Check out our FAQ to get the answers.
Student Coordinator Application

Please drop off all applications at the Center for Educational Partnerships:

Center for Educational Partnerships
Early Academic Outreach Program
420 Social Science Tower
Irvine, CA 92697-2505

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Center for Educational Partnerships
420 Social Science Tower
Irvine, CA 92697-2505