Friday, February 27, 2015

Jobs in Service Panel

Jobs in Service Panel
Tuesday, March 3rd, 4:30-6pm - YWCA Berkeley, 2600 Bancroft Way
Join us at this special panel for a conversation with representatives from City Year, Peace Corps, Teach for America, and Teach for China. 
Learn about opportunities to make a difference both here and abroad, and gain knowledge to help you through each application process. 
Find out more about this event here, or contact Cal Peace Corps Representative Clint Niehus at 

Public Service Showcase

March 10th 6-8 pm
First Congregational Church of Berkeley

Questions? Contact Mike at

Berkeley Global Internships Program

Berkeley Global Internships program gives students the opportunity to:
Undertake a professional internship in their field of interest in various international and domestic locations

Earn academic credit for their internship via a ten-week online course
Learn about the local culture and history of the location they choose
Use any financial aid that they may be eligible for

Internships locations are: Dublin, Madrid, Mumbai, Paris, San Francisco, Singapore, and Toronto. Also, this year we are excited to be offering a new engineering focused program in Toronto as well as a general program in Mexico City.

Deadline: March 2.

For a more in-depth description of the program and the various options students have, please visit:

Join the Zero Waste Youth USA

You are invited to join Zero Waste Youth USA in empowering the next generation to create a zero waste future.

3rd Annual Zero Waste Youth Convergence
Sunday, March 15th
Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley
9:00am to 4:00pm

Register now at!
Early Bird Registration is $10.00 per person until March 1st and $15 until March 14th.
Group rate for 5 people or more is $10.00 per person.
Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are included.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Asheville Summer DesignBuild Studio: Now Accepting Student Applications

The ten week, hands-on, multi-disciplinary, educational program will take place amid the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful Asheville, NC. The DesignBuild Studio will run from June 1 to August7. Student applications are due by April 15.
This summer students will work with the local community to explore how design can address issues of community sustainability. Students will define, generate, and explore conceptual solutions while integrating technical, financial, legal, and social constraints to complete a built project.

The 2015 ​DesignBuild Studio will explore the process of developing conceptual solutions and translating them into a built space. The program will be led by instructors Luke W. Perry and Miriam Gee, both returning from last year's studio.

Interested students can visit our DesignBuild Studio webpage to submit an online application (PDFs of applications are also available to download). In addition, students can inquire with Chris Joyell ( to receive additional information re: project description, tuition, scholarships, housing, application and selection process.