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Thank You For Joining us!

Staff Assembly would like to say thank you to all the staff and volunteers for participating in this year's UCLA All-Staff Picnic! What a great day to come together and celebrate as staff. Check out the article from UCLA Newsroom for more photos from the UCLA All-Staff Picnic. #GoBruins! (photo credit: Patricia Marroquin/UCLA)

UCLA Athletics Staff Appreciation Days 2017

UCLA is proud to offer deals and discounts for UCLA staff. Join the Bruins at Staff Appreciation Days this fall!

  • Football vs. Oregon - Saturday, October 21 (Homecoming Game)
  • Women's Soccer vs. Oregon - Thursday, September 28 @ 5:00pm
  • Men's Soccer vs. Oregon State - Thursday, October 26 @ 4:30pm
  • Women's Volleyball vs. Arizona - Friday, November 3 @ 6:00pm
  • Women's Basketball vs. UCSB - Sunday, December 3, time TBD

2018 Staff Enrichment Program (SEP)

Campus Human Resources is pleased to announce recruitment for the 2018 Staff Enrichment Program (SEP), celebrating its 38th year. This highly successful, one-year program, beginning its next cycle in January 2018, is designed to foster career development and provide skill-building opportunities for staff in administrative support positions.

Key program goals include the following:

  • Offer professional development opportunities
  • Develop the internal talent pool of highly skilled and qualified applicants for current and future job openings
  • Support the diversity efforts of the University

The application for the 2018 program is due by Friday, September 15, 2017. Click here for more information. For more information about the Staff Enrichment Program or the application process, contact our SEP Coordinator, Megan Eigenbrod, at (310) 794-0872 or meigenbrod@chr.ucla.edu.


Help Improve Health & Transportation in Westwood


There is an exciting opportunity for you to participate in the Physical Activity through Sustainable Transport Approaches (PASTA) project, a public health study on transportation and physical activity in the UCLA and Westwood communities. The study will identify risks and benefits associated with different modes of travel and aims to help understand how to improve transportation infrastructure and health. All prospective participants will be automatically entered into a raffle for an iPad and other prizes by visiting the link below. Participation in the study is not required to participate in the raffle. Visit www.x.co.pasta to determine your eligibility today.