Triton Alliance Benefits

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We established the Triton Alliance to recognize employers who support our innovative programs and initiatives and invest in the professional and career development of our students and alumni. Participation in the program is instrumental in helping UCSD provide high-quality services and programs to our students and alumni.

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Why join?

A partnership with UC San Diego provides engagement opportunities with top student and alumni talent, the University, community leadership, and cutting-edge research. In addition, Your participation provides students and alumni with professional insights and valuable connections to ensure a successful and satisfying career transition.


Program Levels
Platinum
Gold
Silver
Small Business,
Government & 
Nonprofit
Costs per year $10,000 $5,000 $3,000 $2,000
Complimentary registration to general career fairs 3 2 1 4
Complimentary information sessions 3 2 1 3
Event sponsorship package 2 1
Specialized event (e.g., hack-a-thon, case study competition, exclusive recruiting day, etc.)
Access to Resume Book
Luncheon with UC San Diego faculty and/or staff
Named interview room
Priority scheduling for on-campus interviews and events
Ongoing strategic recruitment consultations
Office hours
Tailored campus marketing plan (social media, email marketing, newsletters, Center Lobby screens, job highlights, etc.)
Access to robust digital recruiting software
Coordination with student clubs and organizations
Diversity recruitment campus strategy
Invitation to serve as panelist or industry expert in seminars
Premier table location at all fairs
Reserved Parking
Participation in brand ambassador program


Register now to become a member of Triton Alliance or Contact a member of our Industry Engagement team

  • Richard RathburnAssociate Director, Industry Engagement (Life Sciences/Biotech)
  • Michelle Tillman - Associate Director, Industry Engagement (Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities)
  • Wil Dyer - Associate Director, Industry Engagement (Engineering and computer science)