Working at UF CPET
2018 SSTP Counselors

Working at UF CPET

UF CPET prides itself on providing UF Students and other job opportunities that are rewarding for both the employee and the community we serve. Our department is mission focused and all roles in the department focus on providing customer service and support for our K-12 Student & Teacher Outreach programs. Student positions also help provide students with opportunities to build communication and other important professional skills. 

Student Office Assistant

Requested Commitment:   10-20hrs Per Week  

UF Students are welcome to apply at any time for an Student Office Assistant position with UF CPET.   Student Assistants mainly assist with everyday office tasks including, but not limited to file management, data entry, and application management.   Number of positions vary by semester. 

If you are interested please contact us at cpet@cpet.ufl.edu to check availability.


Summer Counselor

Requires Full Time Commitment During Program Period
Summer 2020 Applications will Open in January

Each summer we hire counselors to serve as both logistical support as well as student mentors for high school students attending academic summer programs on the UF Main Campus. Counselors should have at least 2 years of undergraduate experience as well as an interest in STEM and working with high school students. All counselors are provided with training and professional staff support.  The time commitment required varies by program but varies between 3 weeks and 10 weeks. 


Staff Positions

Education/Training Specialist II 

The Education/Training Specialist II position assists with the design, coordination, teaching and follow-up activities connecting secondary school science teachers and students with scientists and current laboratory-based research, especially in the areas and technologies related to the biosciences. Primary responsibilities are related to an NIH Science Education Partnership Award and affiliated programs with a focus on bench and translational research related to emerging pathogens. Other significant responsibilities include assisting in coordination and teaching in an Academic Enrichment program for undergraduate students underrepresented in the Health Professions.

Learn More & Apply Here by November 15th