Great People Development
“Putting our people on their path to greatness!”
Campus Life Service’s development and training opportunities focus on the people that make CLS a great place to work. Employee performance excellence and career growth is supported through orientation, trainings, and standards that bring out the best in all CLS employees.
CLS TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Applications for the Fall 2018 award cycle (July 1 – December 31, 2018) of the CLS Tuition Assistance Program are being accepted! CLS TAP provides financial assistance for the professional and career development of CLS’s career employees to pursue undergraduate or graduate degree programs or courses at an accredited college or university. To learn about eligibility requirements and to access the application, visit the CLS Tuition Assistance Program page. The deadline to apply is September 1.
UCSF STAFF ASSEMBLY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Applications for the Fall 2018 award cycle (July 1 – December 31, 2018) of the UCSF Staff Assembly Scholarship Program are open! The aim of this program is to support activities that enrich the professional lives of UCSF career, non-represented, non-union staff. Scholarships may be used for Professional Development and Continuing Education. Submit your UCSF Staff Assembly Scholarship application form by September 30.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT PLANS
Have you sat down with your supervisor/manager to create a Career Development Plan yet this year? More information can be found on the Career Development page.
DISCOVER YOUR CAREER PATH AT MY UC CAREER
Check out My UC Career, a great new resource to support talent mobility within UC. My UC Career is a unique tool for career exploration and growth, developed to support UCSF employees. The site gives you access to six fast-paced modules covering career discovery, job search, resume building, marketing yourself, networking and research, and pre- and post-interview.
UC MANAGING IMPLICIT BIAS SERIES
Newly released: The UC Managing Implicit Bias Series is a series of six eCourses designed to increase awareness of implicit bias and reduce its impact at the University. The program further reinforces the University’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. For more information, log into UC Learning Center.
UCSF Training Compensation Policy