Dolphin CareerLink system is intended for the listing of full-time, part-time, internship, and on-campus positions by businesses, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, on-campus departments, and individuals who adhere to Equal Employment Opportunity guidelines. Dolphin CareerLink postings are made by employers without endorsement, direct or implied, by CSUCI Career Development Services or the University. It is the responsibility of any job-/internship-seeker to be aware of the risks of online job seeking and to carefully research potential employers prior to applying.

We expect students to use Dolphin CareerLink in a professional and ethical manner. Please review the Student Guidelines so you are fully aware and informed of your responsibilities before interacting with employers using the Dolphin CareerLink portal.

On-Campus Positions

On-campus jobs are posted through Dolphin CareerLink located on your myCI student portal. Login to myCI to search for on-campus positions.

How To: Apply for an On-Campus Jobs Video (YouTube)

Federal Work Study

Some on-campus jobs will indicate recruitment for Federal Work Study students. To check your eligibility, please contact Financial Aid at 805-437-8530 or If you are awarded federal work study you will go through the application process as indicated above. However, you may need to provide financial aid with additional documentation, as requested. Please review the Financial Aid Website for more information on Federal Work Study or contact Financial Aid directly.

Off-Campus Jobs/Internships

Off-campus jobs and internships are posted on the same job portal as on-campus positions through Dolphin CareerLink.

How to Apply

  1. Review Dolphin CareerLink: Student Guidelines (PDF, 108KB)
  2. Login to myCI and click the Dolphin CareerLink tab located on the right under My Links.
  3. Review the Step-by-Step Instructions (PDF, 108KB)
  4. Read and review each job posting carefully and create/update a tailored resume and cover letter for each position.
  5. Ensure all documents are easy to read, free from typos, uses proper grammar and professionally written.
  6. Have your documents reviewed by the CDAE team prior to submitting your application (plan for at least 2-3 revisions).
  7. Follow the employer’s instructions under the “How To Apply” section in the job posting. It is essential that you follow all instructions indicated in the job posting.

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