SCET Summer and Fall 2021 Course Coordinator Application Now Open

The Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) is a global innovation hub headquartered at UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering where aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators take deep dives into the world of technology entrepreneurship and embark on the path to develop exciting new ventures. The Center is currently seeking Course Coordinators for Summer and Fall 2021 classes. 


External Title: Course Coordinator

Payroll Title: Student Assistant


  • Summer 2021 Class (June 21 – August 13)
  • Fall 2021 Class (August 11 – December 31)

Time Commitment: average of 10-20 hours a week

Pay Rate: $16.07/hour (no tuition remission)

Location: Remote for online classes and in-person for in-person classes



Specific responsibilities will vary by class and instructor. Course Coordinators assist instructors with class administration including, but not limited to, communication with students, SCET staff and class guests; and assistance with managing enrollment, preparing course materials, and bCourses administration. 


See the Schedule of Classes for class details and the SCET website for additional information on fall course offerings. Note that Course Coordinators should be available during the time of the class and they cannot be enrolled in the class for which they are assisting. The work will be remote for online classes and in-person for in-person classes. 


Preferred Qualifications

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Organizational skills and administrative experience
  • Interest in technology entrepreneurship
  • Completion of at least one SCET class preferred
  • Candidates must be reliable, flexible and professional



Student jobs are restricted to UC Berkeley students who are registered for the current academic semester, or in the grace period immediately before or after academic semester registration (grace period defined as a semester or summer, whichever is before or after the period of enrollment). International students can refer to the International Office website for additional details on employment eligibility. Employees must reside in the U.S. in order to hold the position even if the work is remote.


How to Apply

Submit the Application by May 21.



Questions can be directed to Michelle Lee, the SCET Academic Program Manager at

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