San Diego Impact Torero Trek

Details:

Torero Trek Details
Trek Information Details
Date May 3rd, 2019
Time 8AM - 3:30PM
Location San Diego, CA
Theme and Industry Social Impact
Application Deadline Extended
Cost

Free - Transportation & Lunch Provided

San Diego Impact San Diego May 3rd, 2019
San Diego, CA

Application Process:

Step 1: Apply

Apply to Torero Trek:

Application Closed

Step 2: Selection

A selection committee reviews and scores all student applications.  Please review and consider the selection rubric given within the Torero Trek FAQ before submission.  Previous treks have been highly competitive.

Students will be notified via email of their acceptance status.

Step 3: Preparation

If selected, students must:

  • Submit résumé to résumé book for participating companies
  • Complete online commitment form
  • Submit $50 refundable deposit to Career Development Center
  • Attend pre-trek meeting to receive Torero Trek schedule and sign required documents

Company Site Visits To:

GRID Alternative GRID Alternative The nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, GRID develops and implements solar projects that serve low-income households and communities. Through our unique, people-first model, we are putting money back into families’ pockets, reducing the energy cost burden for housing providers, and jumpstarting solar careers...
Junior Achievement Junior Achievement Since 1950, Junior Achievement of San Diego County has provided life-changing programs to more than 1 million youth—in the classroom and after school—to foster an understanding of how the “real world” works. To ensure youth are prepared for their future, JA teaches them how to get a job, start a business and how to manage money...
The Dojo Cafe The Dojo Cafe The Dojo’s mission is to create cafes designed by and for underserved communities that serve ethnically diverse drink and food, where local residents can congregate, show off their talents, network, grow, advance social good, and develop social capital within the community...
Fair@44 Fair@44 Fair@44 is a not-for-profit project of the City Heights Economic Development Collaborative. Fair@44 is a business incubator for local micro-entrepreneurs that are looking to expand their food or craft business and grow their customer base and serves as a flexible and adaptable outdoor space for community events...

Questions?

Please read our frequently asked questions:

Torero Trek FAQ

For More Information:

Please direct all other questions to Maya Sykes, at msykes@sandiego.edu or 619-260-4654.  Thank you!