Cal Poly Pomona Student Employment

Working for ASI is an opportunity to open a door that will transform lives. We embrace challenges as an opportunity to grow and value the perspective and needs of others.

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If you are unable to complete the online application, contact asirecruitment@cpp.edu for an alternative application process.

Application Process

Do not miss an opportunity by submitting an incomplete application.

1.) Upload your Documents

You will need to upload a PDF version of your resume, cover letter, and additional supporting documents (i.e., certifications, transcripts, etc.). Read the job description thoroughly as it will provide the requirements for the position. Visit the CPP Career Center for resources and support with your resume, cover letter, and interview preparation.

2.) Complete your Profile

After submitting your application, you will need to return to the ASI Career Center to complete your profile. In your profile, you will be required to enter your employment history, education, skills, and other valuable information. If you experience difficulties completing your profile, contact asirecruitment@cpp.edu.

3.) Keep an Eye on your Email

Add the following email addresses to your contacts to avoid emails going to spam/junk folders

Benefits

As a CPP student, working for ASI has the benefits of supporting you as a student and preparing you for future opportunities.

  • Professional Development

    Aspire to Inspire (A2I) is an exciting professional development path available to all ASI staff. It consists of various workshops, sessions, and training (both on and off campus) that support professional development, grow leadership skills, and showcase staff talents.
  • Sick Leave

    Upon completion of 90 working days, student employees are eligible to receive and use 24 hours of paid sick leave. The full policy is available to employees upon hire. COVID-19 sick leave may also be available, based on state and federal guidelines.
  • Flexible Work Schedule (remote/hybrid/on-site)

    • Remote – The position’s work consists of a flexible workspace. Employees’ work is primarily virtual; however, the employee may be expected to be on-site on occasion. Employees are required to reside in the state of California.
    • Hybrid – The position’s work mode will fluctuate between working remotely and on-site. Employees are required to reside in the state of California.
    • On-site – The position’s work mode will be on-site. The employee will report to one of the ASI facilities or to the field location.

Eligibility

A few requirements need to be met to work for ASI.

  • Legal Eligibility

    Must be eligible to work and have the legal right to work in the United States. Form I-9 document verification must be by the student at the time of hire. Learn moreabout the I-9 documents you will need to provide.

  • Background Check or Live Scan

    A background check (including a criminal records check) or Live Scan may be required. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check or Live Scan may affect the application status of applicants or the continued employment of current ASI employees who apply for a new position within ASI. If a position requires a background check or Live Scan, it is specifically noted in the job posting.

  • Student Enrollment

    Must be enrolled at Cal Poly Pomona (CPP) with a minimum of 6 units per term for undergraduate students and 4 units per term for graduate students throughout their employment. International undergraduate students must be enrolled in 12 units per term and 8 units per term for international graduate students. Exceptions to the unit load requirements are allowed during the summer term and for students who have applied for graduation for the current term.

  • Grade Point Average (GPA)

    Student employees are required to have a minimum overall and Cal Poly Pomona GPA of 2.0 and be in good academic standing with the university.

  • International Students

    International students currently enrolled at Cal Poly Pomona with an F-1 visa are eligible for employment with ASI. If offered a position with ASI, students will be required to provide ASI Human Resources (HR) with a valid social security number before working their first shift. The process of obtaining a social security card can take a couple of weeks to several months. For more information on how to obtain a social security number, visit the Cal Poly Pomona International Center.

  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Students

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students are eligible to apply for student employment with ASICPP and are not required to disclose their status to ASI during any portion of the hiring or onboarding process. If offered a position, students will be required to provide ASI HR with original and unexpired documents to satisfy the Form I-9 requirements as set by the Department of Homeland Security. View the Form I-9 acceptable documents.

ASI does not offer a Federal Work-Study program

Individuals enrolled in Extended University are not eligible for hire.

Essentials for a Candidate

You have been offered the position, what’s next? The Human Resources (HR) department will begin communicating with you via the associatedstudentsinc.hr@adp email. Your onboarding experience and background check or Live Scan forms (if applicable) will be provided via email. You will be able to review documents digitally and complete the ADP hiring wizard online. However, you will be required to provide HR with original and unexpired documents that satisfy the I-9 requirement as set by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). An appointment will be scheduled for verification of I-9 documentation. Prepare ahead of time and ensure you have the necessary I-9 documents with you. Copies, photos, or other versions of the original document(s) will not be accepted. List of acceptable I-9 documents.