Frequently Asked Questions
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DIRC offers student employment across all five identity-based cultural and community resources, as well as the department.
How do I apply?
Please visit Titan Connection to submit your resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts. The application is open from Monday March 16th to Monday April 6th.
I want to apply to different centers and different positions; how do I apply?
For each position and each center that you apply to, you will need to submit a separate application.
Can graduate students apply?
Yes. This is not considered a graduate student assistantship, but we are happy to have graduate students apply.
Do I need to have work-study to apply?
Work study is not required to apply for any of the positions, however preference will be given to students with work-study for a small percentage of the positions.
I am a non-DACA student, can I apply? As a non-DACA student, will I be paid if selected for a role?
Yes, non-DACA students are encouraged to apply. Under special circumstances, the Department is able to hire and pay non-DACA students in the various DIRC student leadership positions for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Can other graduate students from non-CSUF campuses apply?
No. We are only accepting applications from full-time enrolled CSUF students.
Can I edit my application?
No, you cannot edit your application after it has been submitted. If you have questions please email email@example.com
What happens if I do not submit my resume to firstname.lastname@example.org?
Your application will be considered incomplete and will not be reviewed.
Am I required to attend an information session?
No, it is not required, but it is highly encouraged.
Will all applicant receive an interview?
Not every applicant will receive an interview. Due to a high volume of applications, we are unable to interview everyone. All students who apply will be contacted with the status of their application.