The mission of UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies is to serve the critical lifelong learning and skill development needs of individuals, organizations and the community.
We accomplish our mission not only through education and training, but also by partnering with corporate and community organizations in a number of other beneficial ways.
Advisors and Instructors
To ensure our educational offerings remain relevant and continue to meet the needs of the workforce, we are consistently seeking prominent professionals for ongoing and ad-hoc advisory and instructor roles
Joint events and speaking opportunties
We are seeking awareness building opportunities for both ourselves and our partners, such as attending and hosting education/job fairs, seminars & workshops, and other community events.
Instructional Space/Meeting Room Rentals
Our University City Center (UCC) offers comfortable, well-equipped meeting space for up to 100 attendees. Our contemporary-designed rooms are outfitted with comfortable new chairs, tables, and state-of-the-art equipment that is provided at no extra charge. Additionally, all rooms have complimentary wireless internet connection.
UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies’s UCC is conveniently located directly off the 805 freeway at Governor Dr. and has ample free parking.
University City Center
6256 Greenwich Drive
San Diego, CA 92122
The Center for Research on the Regional Economy (CRRE) is a world-renowned research center housed within UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies.
The CRRE works both private and public partners, developing the research design that works best for their organization.
For more information, extendedstudies.ucsd.edu/crre
Scholarships built with our partners and awarded to deserving students are a win-win opportunity. Students get the career training they may not otherwise be able to attain, qualifying them for in-demand jobs. Partners gain exposure to qualified workers for difficult to fill positions in a cost-effective manner.
Some Extended Studies certificate programs include a hands-on internship for students to gain work experience in local organizations. Our partner companies have found these to be useful opportunities.
Interns enter the workforce towards the end of their learning path with a defined skill set and knowledge base.
Internships serve as a trial run for both the employee and employer potentially decreasing the timeline and cost of sourcing new talent.