Monday, January 23, 2017

John Gardner Fellowship & Info Session

Apply to be a John Gardner Fellow!
Info Session on Tuesday, January 24th
4 p.m. | 119 Moses Hall
2016 Gardner Fellows from Berkeley and Stanford

The John Gardner Fellowship is open to December 2016 and May 2017 graduates of UC Berkeley. The Gardner Fellowship program places 3 fellows from Berkeley and 3 fellows from Stanford every year in nonprofit or governmental organizations that most closely fits their public sector interests. Each fellow receives a $32,000 stipend and is matched with a senior-level mentor during their 10-month fellowship. The goal of the John Gardner Fellowship is to encourage UC Berkeley’s and Stanford's best students to pursue a career in public service.

APPLICATION DEADLINE - FEB 28th 2017 

SUMMER MINOR IN JOURNALISM


Interested in improving your communications skills? Come join our new Summer Minor in Journalism.

UC Berkeley School of Journalism now offers a minor in digital journalism that is open to students of all majors and can be completed in one summer. 

Get hands-on instruction in news writing, video, multimedia, photography and social media.  See our site for more information

Registration opens February 1, 2017 and classes fill fast! 

Students who enroll this summer and complete the minor in one summer or two will receive a $2000 scholarship. 
We look forward to seeing you this summer!

SLC Mastering the Social Sciences Workshop Series


The Student Learning Center (SLC) Social Science Program is happy to announce the Mastering the Social Sciences Workshop Series at the SLC

We designed these workshops for incoming first-year students, new transfer students, and continuing students hoping to improve their learning process. The goal of the workshops is to support students taking social science courses by providing strategies and organizing tools that are essential for mastery.

Confirmation notices and room locations will be provided once students RSVP.   All students are welcome to attend any or all of these free workshops occurring during the first two weeks of classes. 

Happy first week of classes. Have a wonderful Spring 2017 semester.  

Spring Career Fair, Jan 25 & 26

Spring Career Fair
January 25 & 26, 2017
11:00 am - 4:00 pm each day
Recreational Sports Facility (RSF)
Join us at UC Berkeley's largest career fair of the semester!  If you're hoping to land a full-time job after graduating this May or a summer internship this coming summer, don't miss this event!

Recruiters from more than 200 companies across diverse industries are eager to share information about their entry-level career and internship positions.  *NEW* Tech opportunities are now represented on both days of this fair.
  • Wednesday, Jan 25th11AM to 4PM @ RSF — Engineering, Science, & Tech Opportunities
    • Employers: Amazon/A9/Lab126, Adobe, AppDynamics, Bloomberg R&D, PwC, Cisco Meraki, eBay, GM, IBM, Los Alamos Nat'l Lab, Microsoft, Nordson Corp, Oracle, Western Digital, ZS Associates, & many more!
  • Thursday, Jan 26th11AM to 4PM @ RSF — Business, Public Service, & Tech Opportunities
    • Employers: CIA, Salesforce, Visa, Uber, Danaher, Genomic Health, Oracle, US Army, Veritas, Micron Technology, Teach for America, Galileo Learning, U.S. Bank, Acumen LLC, FDIC, Triage Consulting & many more!
Prepare in advance to make a great first impression:
1.  Update your Handshake profile to the latest information to be recruiting ready!  Upload a public resume & sign up for CareerMail while you are in there!
2.  Don't miss your favorite employer - Log into Handshake at http://handshake.berkeley.edu to review this year's Career Fair Directory.  Use the "Career Fair Sessions" drop-down on the event page to search employers by fair day, and take advantage of the other search functions to find employers that fit your needs.  Directory information is updated up to the day of the fair, so be sure to check back frequently!
3.  Use the Career Center's resources to update and polish your resume.
4.  Watch Career Center Quick Clips on Career Fair Do's and Don'ts
5.  Business casual attire is recommended

Currently enrolled Cal students and Alumni Advantage members only; recruiting all majors and class-levels!  Be sure to bring your UC Berkeley Student ID and many copies of your updated resume to the fair.  Registration not necessary.

Student Volunteer Opportunities at the Presidio







 At the Presidio Trust we offer a wide variety of drop-in programs and group opportunities, in which volunteers can work with professionals in the fields of landscape and habitat management, natural resources stewardship, forestry and sustainability. 

We offer programs daily that allow for students in certain concentrations to gain field experience in varying areas of urban park stewardship. All of our programs give students the opportunity to meet and work with professionals in a national park, help the park and gain hands on learning experiences.

Our particular programs of interest for the following year include:
  • Campground Stewardship: The first Tuesday of the month; 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, 5/2
  • Forestry: The first and second Friday of the month; 1/13, 2/3, 2/10, 3/3, 3/10, 4/7, 4/14, 5/5, 5/12
  • Sustainability and Composting: The second Thursday of the month; 2/9, 3/9, 4/13, 5/11
  • Gardens: The third Friday of the month; 1/20, 2/17, 3/17, 4/21, 5/19 
You can find more information on our volunteer programs through visiting our web page here. If you have any further questions or concerns please contact us at: volunteer@presidiotrust.gov.