You’ve completed your certificate and possibly participated in the graduation ceremony at Royce Hall. UCLA Extension congratulates you on reaching your goal and is proud to have played a role in your writing education. But your association with us isn’t over yet. As an Extension graduate, you are automatically enrolled in the UCLA Alumni Association which entitles you to numerous benefits as outlined below.
- Membership in the UCLA Alumni Association
UCLA Extension certificate graduates are automatically enrolled in the UCLA Alumni Association, a strong and active network of alumni spanning the country and the globe. This active community of graduates has the opportunity to engage with fellow alumni, expand social and professional networks, and attend world-class cultural and athletic events at a discount.
- Lifelong Learning. At a Discount!
Writing education is lifelong, so don’t stop now. Members of the UCLA Alumni Association receive a 10% discount (up to $50 maximum) on most UCLA Extension courses. (The discount cannot be combined with other UCLA Extension discounts.) To receive your Alumni Association discount on UCLA Extension courses you must enroll in person or by phone. Call the Registration office for more information at (800) 825-9971.
- UCLA Career Center Job Board
Certificate holders have the opportunity to subscribe to BruinView, the UCLA Career Center online job board. Employers across industries post job and internship opportunities at all career levels. Subscription to BruinView is $30 for 6-month access which also includes free admission to job fairs hosted by the Career Center on campus.
- Career Coaching through InsideTrack
UCLA Extension offers individualized and customized online career coaching through InsideTrack, a partner of the UCLA Alumni Association and the UCLA Career Center. You’ll have access to one-on-one meetings with a professional coach, as well as templates and tools to help with your career search. Choose from three affordable subscription options.
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Did your work get published or produced as a result of taking courses at the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program? Did you get accepted into an MFA program? Land an agent or manager? Win a competition? If so, we want to hear about it. The Writers’ Program publishes the success stories of former and current students on our website. Join our roster of hundreds of students who have already shared their successes with us. Help motivate generations of writers for years to come. Write to email@example.com and be sure to write in the subject line “Success Story.”
“My fellow students and teachers provided encouragement, critique and support. I am grateful for the experience.”
Deborah Davidson, whose essay, “Y Shaped Scar,” appeared in the Jewish Journal