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Employment Opportunities

Each year the CCI hires and trains Pacific Students to be Community Tutors for Stockton Unified School District and Volunteer Action Group Leaders for our Reach Out team. Community Tutoring pays $13 an hour and offers flexible hours. Volunteer Action Group Leaders are unpaid, attend a monthly meeting and go out on selected Saturdays throught the academic year.

  • Community Tutor:  You will provide tutoring services for elementary and junior high school students at various off-campus sites.  Community Tutors must be able to provide transportation or be willing to carpool with other tutors to program sites. Tutors must be knowledgeable in basic math and/or reading as well as enjoy working with kids.
  • Volunteer Action Leader (unpaid): You will lead groups of Pacific students on selected weekend days to partake in volunteer service events with one of our partner local non-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Plymouth Square Retirement Home, Very Special Bowling, Boggs Tract Community Farm, Stockton Homeless Shelter or St. Mary's Dining Hall. As a VAG leader, you will take a leadership role in engaging with new and ongoing volunteers and act as a point person between volunteers and partner agencies during the service event. This is a great entry level leadership position if you are interested in later joining our Reach Out Leadership team!

If you are passionate about sharing your knowledge with others and are ready to make a commitment to working in and with the Stockton community, please find us on Tiger Jobs through Inside Pacific and complete our supplemental application here.

Leadership opportunities are also available. The recruitment process for the CCI Leadership Team begins early spring semester. There are a variety of positions with flexible hours.    

Leadership Team Experience 

  • Each position allows students to have real-world experiences and creates a foundation for their learning
  • Students serve and empower each other, involving the campus and community, as they bring learning to life
  • Students create their own learning direction, focused on a discrete menu of learning outcomes options
  • A week before school begins, students are given an overview of learning experience options to further expand their understanding of local and global issues that then help to develop how each individual connects with the rest of the world

18-19 Leadership Team

If you are interested in taking on the Leadership Team experience, contact the CCI for more information.