The Torrey Pines Kiwanis presented a $10,000 check to the Mission Bay Aquatic Center to purchase accessible equipment and to support watersports for persons with disabilities. The presentation happened at last month’s La Jolla Arts Festival, whose proceeds from the event support athletic programs for persons with disabilities throughout San Diego. Read More
The Mission Bay Aquatic Center is offering discounted tickets to the La Jolla Festival of the Arts. For just $10 per ticket you can enjoy a great day of art, food, and music, all while supporting accessible watersports at MBAC. That’s a savings of $4 per ticket! The 2-day festival is held on June 22 & 23 at the UCSD campus and is considered to be one of Southern California’s premiere art events. The festival features over 200 artists in an intimate setting of original fine art, entertainment, and delicious cuisines complemented with fine wine and craft beer as you stroll the turf of UCSD Warren Field. Read More
In April, the Mission Bay Aquatic Center became the first in the California State University System and second facility in San Diego County to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance. Read More
car2go has expanded its 36 mile home area to include several parking lots at SDSU providing a new cheap and clean transportation option for the campus community. The ground-breaking car-sharing service, from the minds of the Daimler Innovation Group (think Mercedes -Benz), is an on-demand, pay only for the minutes you use, car rental model that may change the way you think about transportation. Read More
There has been a lot of excitement around MBAC in anticipation of the arrival of the new 2013 Correct Craft Super Air Nautiques. Now the wait is over as our four new Super Air 210’s and one new Sport 200 arrived last week. Read More
Each year the Mission Bay Aquatic Center hires watersport instructors, camp counselors, office assistants, and maintenance assistants for the busy upcoming summer season. These summer jobs are a great opportunity for SDSU and UCSD students, as well as students of other colleges, to spend the summer working in a professional and fun work environment. We are seeking hardworking, qualified individuals to join our family and continue to provide a fun and safe educational environment for all.
Employees at MBAC are kept busy throughout the summer and most positions have opportunities to continue as year-round student employment. Working at MBAC is ideal for students who have good availability during the summer, and want a flexible schedule during the fall and spring semesters. Priority consideration for employment is given to current SDSU and UCSD students.
Once hired at Mission Bay Aquatic Center, you will become part of a hard-working, fun-loving team of co-workers who enjoy teaching others about their passion of watersports. Besides working on beautiful Mission Bay, benefits of working at MBAC include: complimentary classes and rentals, Aztec Recreation Center membership, and discounted wakeboarding. If you are interested in becoming an MBAC staff member this summer please review the open positions and qualifications at www.mbaquaticcenter.com/jobs . You can then fill out an application and supplemental questionnaire and turn it in to the Aquatic Center or Associated Students Business Office.
Current Openings:Wakeboarding Instructors Youth Camp Counselors Sailing Instructors Windsurfing Instructors Kayaking Instructors Stand Up Paddling Instructors Rowing Instructors Maintenance Assistant Office Assistants