Monday, November 2, 2015

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition-Internship

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is now accepting applications for spring internships in outreach, communications, membership, development, education, graphic design, public affairs, Women Bike SF, events (Bike to Work Day), Safe Routes to School and advocacy research.

Applications now through December 11, 2015 and candidates will be reviewed on a rolling basis. More information about these internships and instructions for applying can be found on our website.

Public Service Alumni in Residence

Public Service Alumni in Residence

Friday November 6 | 12-3 p.m. | 218 Eshleman Hall

Focus on Public Policy, Politics and Public Interest Law

With alumni guest Devin Kinyon (2000), past PSC staff and participant People's Test Preparation Services and WYSE. Devin currently serves as Assistant Clinical Professor at Santa Clara University School of Law.

Public Service Alumni in Residence

Friday November 20 | 12-3 p.m. | 218 Eshleman Hall

Focus on Community Organizing and New Orleans

With alumni guest Geoffrey Mitchell (2011), past participant and leader Alternative Breaks and Magnolia Project. Geoffrey currently serves as a biologist with Caltrans.

Visual Studies 185X: Songs & Places: México

Visual Studies 185X: Songs & Places: México
SP 2016 / 4 units / CCN 04253

A special course in the Visual Studies Program involving music, cultural history and the visual arts. Of particular interest to students with Spanish language background. Many of you have grown up with this music--but not so many know where it comes from or how it's evolved--the performers, the traditions, the way the songs dovetail with the culture in general. These are beautiful and engaging questions. That's why the course--which also offers a kind of forum or meeting space (hogar cultural) for students with roots in México and Latin America as a whole. And a chance to challenge yourself through the artwork you make in response.

Interested students should read the extended course description, CED/Visual studies Courses/SP2016 and contact Anthony Dubovsky directly:

G.I.S. Technician Opening

Work Schedule: Full-time

Employer: BOLT Staffing

Job Closing Date: Until Filled



Phone: 707-552-7800

Upcoming opening for a G.I.S. Technician in an attractive North Bay city. This is an excellent, well paying opportunity to get valuable industry experience or to keep your current skills sharp. The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year of experience in mapping using ArcMap 10.1 or higher as well as using a G.I.S (Geographic Information System). Familiarity with ESRI Local Government Data Model and water distribution networks, a plus. Give us a call as we are seeking qualified candidates for this full time, 6 months interim term position

BOLT Staffing is your local employment expert. Since 1998, we have been matching job seekers with the best companies, local governments and special districts in the area. We recruit people who know the importance of transparency, budget compliance, and commitment to public service. Let us help you find your ideal position in public service.

Mike Ioakimedes, Government Staffing Coordinator
BOLT Staffing Service, Inc. | Phone: 707.552.7800 |Fax:707.552.6364
3427 Broadway, Suite F-2, American Canyon, CA 94503 |

Cal-in-Sacramento 2016 Fellow

Fellowship Perks:
  • Free summer housing
  • Free summer transportation
  • Weekly student dinners
  • We work with you to find you an internship you'll love
  • Build relationships with political leaders
  • Learn valuable skills for working in politics and public service
Cal-in-Sacramento is one of the nation's most prestigious campus-based public service internship programs. Over four decades, more than 500 Cal students have gone to Sacramento under our auspices to garner first-hand experience in the most dynamic state capital in the country. Many of these students have gone on to careers in public service, government, and politics. The Fellowship is run by the Matsui Center for Politics and Public Service.
 Application Deadline:
November 9th, 2015 - 5 PM

Jacobs Institute Student Mixer & Town Hall

Jacobs Institute team and our co-hosts, Berkeley Innovation, invite you to join us for our upcoming student mixer & town hall, which will take place 6:30-8pm on Wednesday, November 4 in 310 Jacobs Hall. It will be a chance for you to connect with fellow students, share projects, speak up with feedback on Jacobs Hall's first semester, and brainstorm about the future of the Jacobs Institute and of design innovation at Cal. Food will be served too.

A Facebook event is here. If you can come, please RSVP and help spread the word through sharing the event and inviting your friends. We would love to have as many of your voices and ideas as possible represented, so thank you for sharing widely with your networks!

Hart Howerton Fellowship Program

Background: In 2006, Hart Howerton began an educational initiative to fund a select number of Fellowship positions for students at design schools. Each summer, Fellowships allow the firm to employ students in planning, architecture and/or landscape architecture internships in our New York or San Francisco offices. The Fellowship also provides funded travel for research on a topic the Fellow selects.

Application Process/Fellowship Schedule:

The application is a downloadable PDF on our website, The submittal of an accompanying portfolio will be in electronic form, uploaded to the Hart Howerton website.
Hart Howerton Principals make the final selections, though they may seek information from the relevant schools when appropriate. Hart Howerton will select a short list of up to 10 students to be interviewed by telephone or in person before final selection. The list of Fellows will be announced on February 29, 2016. The Fellows arrive in the firm’s offices in late May/early June, and the program is completed prior to the start of their fall semester.

The application deadline is January 22, 2016

Jacobs Hall Spring 2016 Course List

 Jacobs Hall spring 2016 course list

The list includes an expanded introductory design innovation (DES INV) suite, as well as other collaborative, project-based courses that are offered by a dozen cross-campus departments and explore various topics in design, technology, and fabrication.

Have any questions about the DES INV courses or other opportunities at Jacobs Hall, please ask Amy Dinh. Students interested in one of the departmental offerings (i.e. not a DES INV course) can also reach out to the department of interest.

Amy Dinh
Student Services AdvisorJacobs Institute for Design Innovation
College of Engineering | UC Berkeley 

103 Jacobs Hall
(510) 664-7568
Schedule an appointment to chat about design innovation opportunities
Check out the many ways to Learn@Jacobs and Make@Jacobs

The London School of Economics and Political Science

The London School of Economics and Political Science has recently entered into an exchange agreement exclusively with UC Berkeley, allowing Berkeley undergraduates the opportunity to study abroad at LSE for a year through the LSE General Course. Students earn UC credit and can use their UC financial aid as the program is offered via the University of California Education Abroad Program (UCEAP).

Interested in learning more about this unique and prestigious opportunity? Come to the LSE Year Information Session, presented by the Dean of the LSE General Course. Berkeley Study Abroad Advisers will also be available to answer questions about the application process, credit transfer and financial aid.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015
3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
223 Moses Hall


3-4pm: Presentation from the Dean of the LSE General Course, Mark Hoffman

4-5pm: Q&A with the Dean of the LSE General Course and Berkeley Study Abroad Advisers

For more program information on the LSE Year program, including eligibility, please visit:

Students interested in the LSE Summer School can find more information here:

Questions? Please contact the Berkeley Study Abroad Office at

Institute of International Studies Undergraduate Merit Scholarship

Description: The Institute of International Studies (IIS) Undergraduate Merit Scholarship supports undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Research may be conducted independently, in congruence with an honors thesis, or while studying abroad.

Application Details: 
Applicants must submit a one-page research proposal and unofficial transcript. A letter of recommendation from a GSI or faculty member must be emailed directly to Further application details can be found on the IIS website:

Eligibility: Open to any UC Berkeley junior or senior with a minimum 3.5 GPA who has completed at least one semester of study in residence at Berkeley. All majors are eligible and encouraged to apply. (Note: concurrent enrollment students are not eligible to apply.)

Award Amount: Merit scholarships will be up to $2000 each.

Application Deadline: Monday, November 16, 2015.

Monday, October 19, 2015

U.S. Department of State 2016 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program Scholarship

We are pleased to announce the opening of the scholarship competition for the U.S. Department of State 2016 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program in fourteen critical foreign languages.

The application is now live and available online at:

Applications will be due November 23, 2015 by 7:59 pm EST.

Prior to preparing their application, interested students should review the full eligibility and application information on the CLS Program website:

CLS Website:

For questions or feedback on the application, please contact the CLS campus representative Alicia Hayes at

The Student Technology Fund (STF) Project Proposal

The Student Technology Fund (STF) project proposal submission process is now open for fast track projects with a cap of $5000 per project.

Any student, faculty member, or staff member of the University of California, Berkeley is eligible to submit a proposal for consideration by the Student Technology Fund Committee. Individual students must obtain a fiscal sponsor to administer awarded funds, such as a registered student group, ASUC/GA, academic department, or other functional unit.

How to apply:
Before submitting a proposal, please review the Proposal and Funding Guidelines located at

Instructions and link to the online project proposal form are also available here.

October 23, 2015: Online proposals due for the Fall 2015 Fast Track review process

The complete calendar for 2015 and future terms can be found here:

If you have any questions about the STF project proposal submission process, please email

IURD Lunch Speaker Series

CEE Career Fair: Your Connection to Jobs and Internships!

Don't miss the annual career fair tailored specifically to students interested in civil and environmental engineering careers! Employers at the fair are interested in meeting with undergraduate and graduate students at this event.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Pauley Ballroom, MLK Jr. Student Union, 3rd Floor*

ASUC Student Union Facilities Specialist position

Attention all students interested in city planning, architecture, construction, business, etc, or the lower sproul development center. The Facilities, Maintenance, and Operations (FMO) team of the ASUC Student Union is looking for 1-2 Facilities Specialists work-study* students.

The Facilities Team provides operational support and planning assistance to numerous spaces on campus, including the newly-renovated MLK Student Union and rebuilt Eshleman Hall. The Facilities Specialists will support 3 career staff with project management, planning, and evaluation of these spaces while getting a firsthand look at the full reopening of Lower Sproul after more than 5 years of planning and construction.

Pay is $12.50 commensurate with experience, with opportunity for raises.
*Work-study students preferred but we can work around it if necessary.

We would like to hire at least 1 student employee in the next week or two so apply ASAP!

Please send any questions/applications (resume/brief cover letter) to
For Questions please contact James Work
Full job description can be found here:

3rd Earth Architecture Competition

3rd Earth Architecture Competition

Deadline: October 30, 2015

Nka Foundation is issuing a challenge to designers, architects and builders to use their creativity to come up with innovative designs for modest, affordable houses that can be built locally to replace the rural mud house type. The challenge is to design a mud house type of about 2400 sq feet that sleeps 8 to 10 persons to be built on a plot size of 80 x 100 feet. The construction site will be Abetenim Arts Village, near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The building should be designed for use by either musicians, theatre artists, potters, sculptors, painters, textile artists, designers, writers, or media arts practitioners. Total costs of constructing the design entry must not exceed $7,000 (USD) for materials and labor; land value is excluded from this price point.

COMPETITION PRIZES: 1st: $ 1.500; 2nd: $ 1.000; 3rd: $ 500.



Saturday, October 17, 2015


This summer, for our TV series, Roadtrip Nation is partnering with AT&T through their signature education initiative AT&T Aspire to send three young women on a life-changing road trip across the U.S. to talk to the people who are shaping the future of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). It’s your chance to have basically the best four weeks of your life as you drive coast to coast in our bright-green RV asking people who are doing awesome stuff for a living the questions you really want answered: How did you know what you wanted to do? Did you ever feel nervous or scared? What were you doing when you were my age?

Essential Details

Women ages 18 to 24 who are interested in STEM can apply.
Must be available for four weeks in June/July 2016.
This is for a TV show, so you’ll be filmed and the footage may be shared on public television.
The chosen road-trippers help plan the trip, researching and booking interviews alongside Roadtrip Nation.
All expenses are paid by us, plus a daily stipend for food.
All questions are required unless otherwise stated.
Questions? Check out our FAQ page.

To apply, fill out your contact info and answer a few questions by1/25/2016 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Fall 2015 Grants for Student Research

The Center for Race and Gender (CRG) at the University of California Berkeley, announces the availability of grants of $200 to $1500 for graduate students for research or creative projects that address issues of race and gender. Topics should be consonant with CRG’s mandate to support critical research on race, gender, and their intersections in a wide variety of social, cultural, and institutional contexts, especially on the Berkeley campus and its neighboring communities, but also in California, the nation, or the world. Proposals that address both race and gender will are strongly preferred, and proposals that do not address race at all will be de-prioritized. Projects may be oriented toward academic research or may approach race and gender issues from the perspectives of the media, fine arts, and performing arts. 
For more information

Saturja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology- Work Study

The Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (formerly known as CET) is looking for a work-study eligible student office assistant. The person in this position will be exposed to the latest technology trends, top industry leaders and entrepreneurial students in our programs. The student should have an interest in the activities of our Center, technology, and entrepreneurship.

$15 per hour (for up to 20 hours per week)

Required Skills:
Skills required include advanced knowledge of Wordpress. Familiarity with the Adobe design suite, Google tools (calendar, drive, sheets, etc.) and social media is also required. Key traits include excellent written and verbal communication skills, friendly and positive manner, highly organized and driven professional, with the ability to do quick turn editing of text for web posts.

Main Duties:
Assist with event setup and logistics for major Center events such as Collider launches, Entrepreneurship bootcamps, etc. This also position includes assisting the Founding Director and Chief Scientist, Prof. Ikhlaq Sidhu and key staff at the Center.

Institute Of International Studies Undergraduate Merit Scholarship

Description: The Institute of International Studies (IIS) Undergraduate Merit Scholarship supports undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Research may be conducted independently, in congruence with an honors thesis, or while studying abroad.

Application Details: 
Applicants must submit a one-page research proposal and unofficial transcript. A letter of recommendation from a GSI or faculty member must be emailed directly to Further application details can be found on the IIS website:

Eligibility: Open to any UC Berkeley junior or senior with a minimum 3.5 GPA who has completed at least one semester of study in residence at Berkeley. All majors are eligible and encouraged to apply. (Note: concurrent enrollment students are not eligible to apply.)

Award Amount: Merit scholarships will be up to $2000 each.

Application Deadline: Monday, November 16, 2015.

Sheltering Those In Need: Architects Confront Homelessness.

All CED students are eligible to compete if teamed up with an Architecture undergrad. See the website for more information.

The competition is now open. Stage One entries are due by Nov 1.

The Berkeley Prize is now open. Undergraduates in urban studies and in landscape architecture are also eligible to compete if teamed up with an architecture undergraduate.

For more information, contact Professor Lifchez, LIFCHEZ@BERKELEY.EDU

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Volunteer, Construct, Get Involved- Youth Spirits Artworks & Youth Voice Activate Project

From our recent graduate, Sandro Flores: "Currently, I am working as the volunteer architect for a project at Youth Spirits Artworks (YSA), and I am looking to connect CED students with YSA and their Youth Voice Activate Project. In sum, I am looking for volunteer to help constructing a stage, benches and tables for 120 people."

The presentation of the project for the volunteers, students of Laney College and UC Berkeley will take place at:

Laney College, 900 Fallon St. Oakland, CA 94116
Thursday, September 24th at 7:00 pm

Open House for Prospective Graduate Students

The College of Environmental Design actively seeks to diversify the urban design field, planning field, and related graduate studies at UC Berkeley. We invite you to attend our Open House for Prospective Graduate Students on Monday, October 12. Registration begins at 12:30pm on the first floor lobby of Wurster Hall. 

Come meet our faculty, students and staff. Ask questions that are important to you and learn about the graduate programs that meet your needs. All students are welcome.

RSVP via email: 

City and Regional Planning:
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning:

A Social Event for Transgender, Non-Binary, Genderqueer and Gender Questioning Members of the Cal Community

Trans Campus Mixer:A Social Event for Transgender, Non-Binary, Genderqueer and Gender Questioning Members of the Cal Community*

Brought to you by 
Non-Binary Alliance
Queer and/or Trans People of Color Collective
Transgender Employee Network

Monday, October 19th, 2015
Gender Equity Resource Center, 202 Chavez

Co-sponsored by the Gender Equity Resource Center
For disability-related accommodations, see
Questions? Contact Marisa at

Public Service Scholarships

2015 Law and Graduate School Fair (Open to all)

The UC Berkeley Career Center invites you to attend the 2015 Law and Graduate School Fair
Thursday, October 1, 2015
11:00am to 3:00pm
Dwinelle Plaza and Wheeler Plaza (New outdoor location!)

Don't miss this opportunity to meet with representatives from over 30 Law Schools and 60 Graduate / Professional Schools. 

• Gain a real advantage in the application process by getting to know admissions representatives 
• Learn about application procedures, prerequisites and what makes an applicant successful
• Find out where graduates from their programs get jobs
• Obtain brochures and information

Nourish International at Berkeley

Call for Applications – Student Representatives to serve on the Work Group for the President's Task Force on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence and Sexual Assault

Students selected to serve as Student Representatives on the Task Force Work Group will be invited to participate in an in-person meeting at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport Hotel from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, October 10, 2015.
Two to three in-person meetings are expected to occur during the 2015-16 academic year, including conference calls as needed. Student travel expenses for in-person meetings will be reimbursed by the Office of the President.
To apply, complete and submit the application form ( by Wednesday, September 23rd.

Rhode Island School of Design Info Session

Friday, October 30th, 1-2pm or 2-3pm

305 Wurster Hall

Rhode Island School of Design offers graduate education in areas of the Fine Arts, Design and Architecture that are widely respected in creative communities around the world. Molly Pettengill, RISD Graduate Admissions Officer, will offer an introduction to RISD's graduate programs, studio and learning resources, career support and the application process. 
Your interest, curiosity and questions are welcomed.

Information always available at

If you have questions or can't make the sessions, you can contact Assistant Director Molly Pettengill directly at

Apply to be a Cal-in-Sacramento Fellow

Fellowship Perks
Free summer housing • Free summer transportation • Weekly student dinners • We work with you to find you an internship you'll love! • Build relationships with political leaders • Learn valuable skills for working in politics and public service

Info Session
October 22nd, 2015 - 5 PM
109 Moses Hall, Please RSVP

App Deadline
Applications due on
November 9th, 2015 - 5 PM

Questions? Contact Camille at

A Conversation on Music and Mapping

A Conversation on Music and Mapping
with Karen Tongson and Raquel Gutierrez

5-7PM Thursday, September 24, 2015
Wurster Hall Gallery, College of Environmental Design
University of California, Berkeley

Apply to be CalSo Leader

The Cal Student Orientation (CalSO) program is part of New Student Services (NSS). Since the 1960s, CalSO has introduced new undergraduates and their families to the Berkeley campus through CalSO and Getting Your Bearings. The key to our success is the group of continuing Cal students who help implement and facilitate our programs. 

The goal is to hire students who, as a group, will represent the full spectrum of activities, interests, and experiences of Berkeley students. For more information about the position and to download the application, please visit

To hear more about the CalSO Leader position and the skills you develop check out these videos: 

Applications are due October 2nd. 
For more information and to apply visist

Institute of International Studies Undergraduate Merit Scholarship

Description: The Institute of International Studies (IIS) Undergraduate Merit Scholarship supports undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Research may be conducted independently, in congruence with an honors thesis, or while studying abroad. 

Application Details: 
Applicants must submit a one-page research proposal and unofficial transcript. A letter of recommendation from a GSI or faculty member must be emailed directly to Further application details can be found on the IIS website:

Eligibility: Open to any UC Berkeley junior or senior with a minimum 3.5 GPA who has completed at least one semester of study in residence at Berkeley. All majors are eligible and encouraged to apply. (Note: concurrent enrollment students are not eligible to apply.)

Award Amount: Merit scholarships will be up to $2000 each.

Application Deadline: Monday, November 16, 2015.

Please email with any questions, or call 510-642-2474.

Breakwater Chicago Competition

Breakwater Chicago -- an entertainment island built on a passenger vessel on Lake Michigan. This is a unique design challenge and the award is $5,000.  For more information, you can visit

The deadline for this competition is October 25th, 2015. And, Breakwater Chicago may be implementing the winning design. Participating in this competition is free, and students can sign up at

Transfer Tuesdays Workshops for Transfer Students

Tuesdays 12:30-1:30 PM
151 Chavez

  1. September 22, 2015 Strategies for Midterm Preparation
  2. September 29, 2015 “Formalized Curiosity”: Identifying your Research Passion and Purpose
  3. October 6, 2015 Planning Your Research Project: Developing and Sharpening a Research Question
  4. October 13, 2015 Planning Your Research Project: Developing and Sharpening a Research Question (repeated)
  5. October 20, 2015 Source This: Creating an Annotated Bibliography that Works for You
  6. October 27, 2015 Joining a Conversation of Scholars: Successful Use, Integration, and Citation of Sources 
  7. November 3, 2015 Drafting your Research Project 
  8. November 10, 2015 No workshop this week.
  9. November 17, 2015 Revising your Research Project
  10. December 1, 2015 Preparing for Finals

Open Computing Facility (OCF)

The Open Computing Facility (OCF) is an all-volunteer student organization dedicated to free computing for all University of California at Berkeley students, faculty, and staff.

For info on printing up to 250 pages per semester, see:

You'll need to read the info on the OCF site on how to set up an account. Please contact OCF (not CED) for more information on this campus resource.

Intersect Conference- October 10, 2015

Please join us at the inaugural Intersect Conference: October 10, 2015

In response to multiple incidents on campus during the fall 2014 semester, the results of the 2014 Campus Climate Survey and the impact of the spring 2015 Campus Climate Symposium, a partnership between various student serving populations emerged. This group of concerned staff and students came together to address the micro aggressions, prejudices and isms manifesting on campus. Through this day-long conference (followed by a comprehensive curriculum) we hope to examine how intersectionality impacts students, faculty and staff amongst our diverse campus community. 

For more information please contact

Femtor/Mentor Colectiva Recruiting

Chinaca/Chicano graduate students, interested mentoring undergraduate chicana/chicano students? 

Interested students can email Carlos Macias ( or they can fill out the application form by clicking this link:

Global Poverty & Practice Minor Information Session

The GPP Minor introduces students to the theoretical frameworks, methods, and practical skills necessary to engage with global poverty and inequality in imaginative and effective ways.

The "Practice Experience" is a central component of the Minor in which students partner with domestic or international non-governmental or community organizations, government agencies, or other poverty or development programs, on various dimensions of poverty action – from community health and food security to economic justice and grass-roots political power. The combination of the the coursework for the Minor and this real world experience allows students to connect theories and practices of poverty action. Funding is available to support students’ practice experiences.

The deadline to declare the Minor this semester is Wednesday, October 7th. There are no prerequisites to declare.

The Declaration Form and additional information about the Minor can be found at:

Our Information Sessions will provide an overview of the Minor and demonstrate how students from all disciplines can benefit from it. Unless otherwise noted, all sessions will be held in Blum Hall 100A/B (Ground Floor), on the following dates:

Friday, October 2nd, 10am - 11am
Monday, October 5th, 4pm - 5pm

*Held in the Transfer Student Center. This session will have a special emphasis on completing the Minor as a Transfer student, but all students are welcome to attend.

Contact GPP Minor Advisors at with any questions

2016 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize

The Lemelson-MIT Program is soliciting referrals of potential undergraduate and graduate student applicants for the 2016 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize.

The Lemelson-MIT Student Prize honors promising collegiate inventors around the country. The student prize is open to teams of undergraduate students and individual graduate students who have inventions in categories that represent significant sectors of the economy. Inventions can address opportunities in both developed and developing economies. Student applicants must be a full-time, matriculated, degree-seeking student in the Spring semester of 2016 at a U.S. college or university. Postdocs, audit students, and alumni are not eligible. Applicants should also be a named inventor on all inventions entered into the competition and should consider environmental sustainability as an important factor in their inventive work. Patents are encouraged but not required.

The winning graduate student in each of the prize categories will receive $15,000, and the winning undergraduate team in each of the prize categories will receive $10,000. Winners will also receive national media exposure, exposure to investment and business communities, and a trip to MIT for an award celebration in June 2016.

The Initial Application deadline is October 13, 2015. Eligible applicants will be invited via email to submit Category Applications. All Category Applications must be received by no later than November 3, 2015.

For more information about the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize, including the prize categories, eligibility criteria, and application guidelines, visit the program website at:

Questions should be directed to Marlena Love, Awards Program Officer, at

Fall 2015 Career Center Fairs

Resources for Community Development Job Posting

Resources for Community Development, a local nonprofit that does affordable housing development (with a focus on green and sustainable design) is looking for an assistant project manager and undergraduates who are interested in internships. 

For questions please email:

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements via e-mail to

Spring 2016 Semester in Washington, D.C.

The UCDC Program is a UC-sponsored program which sends undergraduates to Washington, D.C. each semester to participate in prestigious internships and research projects for a full semester of UCB academic credit. Students have described this experience as life-changing and one which jump starts careers, distinguishing participants from other graduates after college.

Our application deadline for Spring 2016 is September 30, 2015.

Applications for the Spring 2016 UCDC Program are due Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 4 P.M. and are currently available at Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have junior or senior standing in the semester they plan to attend. Candidate interviews will be conducted in mid-October. Accepted students will be notified in the 12th week of class in the semester they apply.

More details about the program can found on our website,
 Also, feel free to email
drop-in  MTTh in 243 Evans Hall, 
or call 510-642-9102 to set up an individualized appointment.

Volunteer Position Description: Graphic Designer

Position Overview & Purpose: 
The Graphic Designer works with staff to create marketing, outreach and promotional flyers and materials for print and internet publication. Visual communication of our events is critical to reaching diverse communities.

Desired Skills/Experience/Qualifications:
Previous experience in designing flyers and other types of print materials
Facility in desktop design, using photographs, clip art, illustration. Preferable if you have and can use Adobe InDesign
Detail oriented and able to complete projects in a timely manner
Comfortable with receiving feedback, and following directions
Communicate visually across different cultures.

Create concise, visually appealing, and easy to read layouts and flyers for events at EBMC.
Flyers should read well in both color and in black and white. 

Time Commitment & Schedule: 
An average of 2 flyers per month, 2-4 hours every two weeks
Location: The work can be completed anywhere, and sent electronically.

Contact: Xiaojing, EBMC Assistant Director,

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Intern with an East Bay Nonprofit

Seeking to Dedicate your time to Serving Local Communities?
Intern with an East Bay Nonprofit while developing your leadership skills
Units and travel stipends avai
Direct Service Internships (formerly Bonner Leaders) is a yearlong internship program that connects students and nonprofit agencies working with local communities in Berkeley, Oakland, and Richmond.
Applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis
Student interns commit 8 hours/week building healthy communities in the East Bay while also dedicating 2 hours/week (Tuesdays 6-8pm) learning about local issues and developing their leadership and professional skills.

More information:

Career Opportunities for Recent Graduates

We’re running campaigns this coming year to make a difference on some of the top issues facing our generation.

We're pushing big companies to go solar as the next big step toward 100% renewable energy. We're fighting to empower regular voters so we can take back our democracy from billionaires and Super PACs. And we're urging big chains like Subway to go antibiotics-free, so we can stop our industrial food system from overusing antibiotics on animals. 

In short, we're organizing campaigns that can make a concrete difference right now and get our country on a path to a better future. 

We're looking for people who have the passion and the drive it takes to fuel the power of student activism, win positive change, and build for even more victories in the future. 

We're hiring organizers to work on college campuses in Maryland, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. 

Friday, July 17, 2015

Campus Green Building Lab Seeking Design/Build Work-study Student

Assist the Center for the Built Environment (CBE) in the design and
build-out of our workspace renovation this summer. This is a paid
position, work-study preferred. Tasks include the following

Programming: Identify space needs in terms of activities, work styles,
storage needs.

Design: Make image boards to present concepts; identify furniture;
storage, lighting, and other features; produce sketches and design
drawings, produce a budget.

Installation: Coordinate installation of purchased items, including
pick up and possibly fabrication of some items. Some hands-on work
including organization and clean-up of the space will be required
Qualifications: Architecture or interior design skills, CADD, strong
communication skills. Having a car or pickup truck would be helpful
but is not necessary.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to

Cultural Peer Mentors

Are you interested in making new friends from various countries?
A​re you eager to learn about different cultures?

In the Department of Sociology, we have over 250 international students studying here for a short
​period of time, and the Cultural Peer Mentors are here to assist them with their transition.

We hope American students and international students will develop cultural awareness and acquire intercultural competency through frequent cross-cultural interaction. This is an important skill to develop as the world of work and social networking becomes increasingly more diversified internationally

In this program, you will:Meet friends from diverse backgrounds.
​​Create and plan exciting activities for your own group of mentees.
​​Work with a team of Cultural Peer Mentors to develop your leadership skills.
You may pick up the application at 410 Barrows Hall.

For questions:

Women's Leadership Intensive (WLI)

Women's Leadership Intensive (WLI) is a pilot five-day leadership program for women-identified [*] students focused on knowledge sharing, strategizing, skill-building and mentorship in a supportive and rejuvenating environment. WLI is taking place at the University of California at Berkeley on August 16 - 20, 2015.
 Priority is given to undergraduate and graduate students of UC Berkeley. (Space is limited to 30)
We invite women identified [*] students of all ages, abilities, socio-economic and citizenship status, sexualities, religions, and cultural backgrounds to participate. [*] “women identified”: those who experience life through the lens of woman in body, spirit, identity past, present, future and fluid (UC Berkeley Gender Equity Resource Center)
Please check out for the latest updates.

- Application Opens = Wed, July 1, 2015
- Application Deadline = Wed, July 22, 2015
- Reading & Selection Period = Wed, July 22 - Fri, July 31, 2015

For disability related accommodations, please go to with as much notice as possible.

Join our mailing list, to volunteer or questions: please email [Name (first, last), Year in School/Affiliation, email]

Wanted: Students to Transform the Student Technology Experience at UC Berkeley

The Student Information Systems Project ( is replacing the current admissions, enrollment, registration, financial aid, student accounts, and advising systems with a modern, nimble and effective vendor-supported system. A Student Assistant Advising Analyst is needed to work with the Advising Team to analyze graduation requirements and identify issues. The Analyst will be part of a multi-disciplinary team consisting of professional and student developers, designers, project managers, and support staff. The position starts immediately and lasts through the summer with the possibility to continue next year. 
 Pay is $13/hour. For more information, review the job description ( and see Callisto Job ID #896673. 
 To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Brooke Manly –

Causa Justa :: Just Cause

San Francisco Tenants’ Rights Internship (Unpaid)
4-8 hours / week 
Location: 2301 Mission Street

There is an acute housing crisis in San Francisco, and we believe that strengthening tenant and immigrant rights is one powerful way to challenge gentrification and displacement, along with grassroots organizing for social change. We are a multi-racial organization bringing together African-American and Latino communities to fight for the changes our communities need right now, and organizing with a transformational vision for the future.

Interns must be fluent in Spanish
Commitment to racial, economic and gender justice
Comfortable talking to people in person and over the phone, and using computer

Time commitment:
1 or more shifts a week, 3-4 hours each
Because of the training involved, we require a 3 month commitment

To apply, email Molly McClure at

Lake Baths Architecture Competition

This international one-stage architecture competition invites all architecture students and young professionals to develop and submit compelling ideas for the design of Lake Baths located in Serra da Estrela, Portugal.

The Lake Baths are located within a serene and remarkable landscape. The Lake Baths aims to promote a unique experience for the visitors and create a special setting in direct contact with nature. A quiet place to be experienced by single day visitors, trekkers and guests staying at the Lodge.

SITE LAKE BATHS _ Serra da Estrela, Portugal

Early Registration: June 24 - September 18, 2015

Regular Registration: September 19 - September 30, 2015

Submission Deadline: October 03, 2015

Participation fee: 60 / 90 Euros

Open to: Architecture Students and Young Professionals (≤ 40 years old)


Student Learning Center Open This Summer

Summer Sessions courses are in full swing and the Student Learning Center (SLC) is open with tutoring and study groups available for many courses. 

A full Schedule of Services is attached, and details are also posted on our website at 

Services are free and open to all registered Summer Sessions students.

The Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology

The Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (formerly known as CET) is looking for a work-study eligible student office assistant beginning this summer. The person in this position will be exposed to the latest technology trends, top industry leaders and entrepreneurial students in our programs. An interest in the activities of our Center, technology and entrepreneurship are helpful.

$20 per hour (for up to 20 hours per week)

Required Skills:
Skills required include familiarity with Constant Contact, Google tools (calendar, drive, sheets, etc.), social media, and Wordpress. Key traits include excellent written and verbal communication skills, friendly and positive manner, highly organized and driven professional, with the ability to do quick turn editing of text for web posts.

Main Duties:
Assist with office and relationship/contact management, event setup and logistics for major Center events such as Collider launches, Entrepreneurship bootcamps, etc. This also position includes assisting the Founding Director and Chief Scientist, Prof. Ikhlaq Sidhu and key staff at the Center.

4137 Etcheverry Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-1777
510-642-7983 (Phone)

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Fall 2015 Course

L&S 23: The Humanities
Daniel Boyarin (Rhetoric and Near Eastern Studies)
Michael Nylan (History)
L&S 23 (CCN: 51944)
Tuesday and Thursday 5:00-6:30, 159 Mulford Hall, 4 units
Satisfies Historical Studies or Philosophy and Values breadth in the College of Letters & Science.

ARCHmedium Competition

ARCHmedium competitions aim to be a learning experience to complement their formal education which enables students to enrich their learning experience and gain confidence by becoming acquainted with the modus operandi of this kind of competitions inside the professional architectural world, giving them the opportunity to see their projects published in prestigious international magazines and exhibited at architecture schools from around the world.

Entry registration is now open to international undergraduate students and young architects who will be awarded separately from students prizes.
More information can be found here

All Systems Go Student Design Competition

This competition challenges participants to visualize a systemic food, energy, or water infrastructure problem and its consequences, as well as realistic opportunities for intervention, including a prototype of one or more of their strategies that could be realized within the next 12 months. AECOM will make available $25,000 of cash and in-kind staff time to support the implementation of the prototype.

Three short-listed teams will be invited to present their proposals before an interdisciplinary panel at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles in October 2015. Urban SOS: All Systems Go jurors will award $15,000 in prizes, which may be divided among one or more teams.

The competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students at all levels of higher education around the world. Entrants must be enrolled in a certified program during the 2015 academic year at Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D. levels.

For more information, visit: All Systems Go

ULI Fall Meeting Scholarship

ULI – the Urban Land Institute is an independent global nonprofit supported by members representing the entire spectrum of real estate development and land use disciplines. The ULI Fall Meeting is the only event that brings together leaders from every sector of the real estate industry. Thanks to a generous contribution from Wells Fargo, we are able to offer scholarships for undergraduate students to attend the Fall Meeting. 
This scholarship provides undergraduate students the opportunity to attend the Fall Meeting and this year, will include up to $600 in travel expenses. All information can be found here:

A few important reminders:

· Must be a full-time undergraduate student with interest in green building practices.
· Student must complete the application and email their cover letter detailing why they feel most deserving of this scholarship along with their resume to Emeri Lewkowicz at by September 9th, 2015 at 11:59 pm.

To learn more about the Wells Fargo Analyst Program for commercial real estate, please visit:

UndocuAlly Training Program

The UndocuAlly Training Program is excited to announce the recruitment for Student Fellows to join our 2015-16 Planning Committee. Over 150 staff members from dozens of campus departments have now gone through this 8 hour training, and the Planning Community is the result of a great collaboration between our students and staff members from the below departments: 

Counseling & Psychological Services
Financial Aid & Scholarships Office
Multicultural Student Development / Multicultural Community Center
Office of the Registrar
Staff Diversity Initiatives
Undocumented Student Program

Students play an essential role in this program as they guide the direction for our curriculum, as well as develop their facilitation skills. If you know of any students who would be interested in developing their facilitation skills and fit the attached qualifications, please encourage them to apply.

Deadline to apply is midnight, Sunday, August 16th.

Healthy Building Home

Art.Architecture Workshop 2015

Application Deadline June 29th, 2015

The Management of Technology Innovation (MTI) Program

The Pantas and Ting Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (previously known as CET), is now accepting students for its fall 2015 
​MTI ​cohort. 
MTI is for graduate students and helps develop
​​ the critical skills necessary for success in industry and entrepreneurship settings. MTI is helpful to students interested in research-driven commercialization or venture creation, as well as those interested in a general understanding of how their research can affect industry. The
​ ​program is flexible and multi-disciplinary​. It brings together graduate students, MBA students, and academic and industry advisors to collaborate on problems worth solving for economic and societal impact

Additional information is located on our website:

2015 Scholarship Opportunities

The San Francisco Construction Specifications Institute Foundation, Inc. proudly offers scholarships to sophomore or above college students with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or above and enrolled in a school of architecture, design, engineering, or construction in California. Eligible students must have declared a major of Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Construction Management, Environmental Design, Landscape Architecture or a construction industry profession.

Scholarships for eligible applicants may be as much as $4,000.00, but not less than $1,000.00, at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee based on funds available.

Scholarship Information and Application is attached or please email Matt Crawford at for more information.

Deadline: Before June 30th, 2015

CED Connects

The College of Environmental Design is pleased to announce CED Connects, an online networking resource connecting CED students with alumni who might provide advice, information, and support. As a student, you can gain perspective on your long-term career goals; acquire advice on balancing education, career, and extracurricular activities; and receive honest feedback and encouragement. As an alum, you have the opportunity to build a student's confidence, knowledge, and motivation needed to succeed by sharing your expertise and support. CED Connects on LinkedIn provides a powerful tool to let students and alumni broaden their network and networking skills. 

Create or update your LinkedIn Profile. Add "UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design" to your profile.
Ask to join the LinkedIn Group “CED Connects
Connect with students/alumni who share similar career, academic, or cultural interests
Set up a time to meet over coffee, email, a phone call or Skype
Post questions, events, career advice, professional resources, and jobs

Friday, April 3, 2015

Design Studio Workshop: Building a better Student Financial Aid and Billing experience, April 9, 5:30-8:30pm

Food will be provided, Chipotle. It would be great if you can join us!

Forward this message to a friend, and don’t forget to RSVP: email by Sunday April 5th (space is limited).

Paid Student Position: Social Media Coordinator - CET

The Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology is engaged in a wide range of dynamic new projects and investigations ranging from new course development to applied research projects. Work
​-​study students, interns, researchers, and visiting scholars contribute as part of CET’s extended team.
​ ​
CET is currently looking to fill a part
​-​time student position
​to support and grow our social media communication as well as support the editing of CET's communications and research.
​Required skills include professional experience working in and/or with social media platforms, experience managing successful social media campaigns, and strong writing and editing skills. Experience using constant contact is a plus. The salary is $15 per hour. Work-study eligibility is preferred.

Please contact
​Yeri Caesar ( with a statement of interest
​ and resume​.

Call for NOMA Student Travel Grants - Due May 8

The College of Environmental Design is now accepting applications for National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS for the 2015 NOMA Conference, October 15-17 in New Orleans, Louisiana. CED students can be awarded up to $600.

Applications are due via email to Kathleen Pera by the last day of instruction: May 8th, 4:00 PM.

LAUNCH: 17th Annual UC Berkeley Startup Competition: Public Finals & Awards Ceremony

This year’s LAUNCH is more than a competition, it’s an accelerator propelling top UC-affiliated startups to fundable. Fifteen teams ranging from SmartBod (smart vibrator) to Blowfish Health (asthma management device) have undergone a rigorous four-month curriculum to refine their customer segments, develop sales plans and define their metrics that matter.

Join us for the finals to:
· Meet and engage with all 15 teams at the pre-finals demo showcase
· See the Finalist teams pitch and receive feedback from top Silicon Valley VCs
· Watch them compete for $50,000 in prizes, including People’s Choice
· Network with past LAUNCH participants and entrepreneurs from UC Berkeley and beyond
· Get inspired by some of the Bay Area’s hottest startups


Career Center Now Recruiting Peer Advisors for 2015-16


The Career Center prepares undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni to make informed decisions about their futures by providing comprehensive resources, programs, and counseling on career development, internships, employment, and graduate school. The Peer Advisor position is an integral role in the success of our programs and services. Working directly with and supervised by a Career Counselor, Peer Advisors are trained to be extremely knowledgeable about Career Center services, and will assist students through providing daily customer service in the Career Center, one-to-one advising, and conducting workshops.

**Two peers will be assigned as ‘specialists’ in the pre-health careers field; additional training and resources will be provided to ensure expertise in this area to deliver programs and advising.**

To apply: You must submit your application (resume and essay) through Callisto. Search for Job #887796 or Career Center Peer Advisor in the key word field. A full description can be found there.

Applications due Wednesday, April 8, 2015.
For questions, contact Santina Pitcher at

Now Accepting Applications for the 2015 AIA/F Diversity Advancement Scholarship

March 25, 2015

The AIA/F Diversity Advancement Scholarship provides assistance to high school graduates, college freshmen, and community college students from a minority and/or financially disadvantaged background who intend to pursue a NAAB-accredited professional degree in architecture.

We are now accepting applications via SlideRoom for the 2015 AIA/F Diversity Advancement Scholarship. Please visit the 2015 AIA/F Diversity Advancement Scholarship web page for more information, including eligibility requirements. Applications and all supporting documentation must be completed in SlideRoom no later than 11:59 PM on Wednesday, April 22nd.

Questions may be addressed to

Summer Internship 2015

Deadline April 15th

15th Annual Lavender Graduation Registration

Friday, April 24th, 2015
Time: 6pm Reception, 6:30-8:30 Ceremony
Location: Alumni House

Keynote Speaker: Cara Stanley, M.A. Director, Student Learning Center at UC Berkeley & Lecturer African American Studies

Registration: Please fill out the registration FORM to let us know you are attending. It is particularly important for us to know the number of graduates so we may have a count for the rainbow tassels. All guests should do the same as well.

If you have any questions, please contact Dee Mauricio at or call (510)643-5730

Prytanean Prize

Open to UCB women students with junior standing. The Prytanean Alumnae ( are currently accepting applications for the Prytanean Prize. The instructions and forms are attached and can be accessed on a public link Prize applications are due 12n on Friday, April 3, 2015 via email to PRYTPRIZE@GMAIL.COM


Please save your submission packet as a single document with your “first and last name” (e.g. Mary Ritter). You can include your recommendations in your document. If your recommender prefers to submit directly, please share the email above and instruct them to name the document “first and last name” “REC” “last name of recommender” (e.g. Mary Ritter Rec Wheeler”)

For questions, please contact the Prytanean PEP Chair, Patty Friesen at

Restoration Field School in Italy- April 15th

There are spaces open in all of our programs and we are extending our application deadline to April 15th for our summer 2015 field school, the San Gemini Preservation Studies Program, now in its 16th year, dedicated to the preservation of cultural heritage and offering students the opportunity to study and travel in Italy.

To find out more about our program and review the syllabi, please visit our WEBSITE. People interested in applying should contact us as soon as possible.

The Green Program


Summer Business Program at Haas

Dear Undergraduate Student,

Complement your Cal degree with a unique Summer Business Program at Haas.

The Haas School of Business invites you to consider the BASE Summer Program (Business for Arts, Sciences and Engineering). BASE is a six-week business boot camp that enables non-business majors to take business courses while earning full academic credit. Some former BASE students have gone on to earn MBA degrees, while others have accepted jobs in marketing, product development, consulting, and financial services.

The ideal participant of the BASE Program is an undergraduate student majoring in liberal arts, sciences or engineering. BASE is the ONLY premier business summer program or institute where students can earn units.

Financial aid may be available. Many UC Berkeley students are eligible for summer financial aid:

Application Process
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible given the popularity of the Programin the past 17 years. There is no application fee. To download the application or for more information please visit our website at

Download our program brochure (.pdf).

Workshop in Ghana


Join a diverse, international team of architecture students, designers and artists to uncover the beauty and mechanics of earth architecture through collaborative building. During the workshop we will construct one of the shortlisted designs from the 2014 Mud House Design competition. We will be building in the Abetenim Arts Village in rural Ghana. The village is run by the Nka Foundation, a non-profit which promotes culture understanding through the arts in the form of workshops, projects and other volunteer opportunities. 
 For more information please see our website or email us at

Applications Due 4/24/2015

Kid Regards,
Chris Tomasetti, Manuel Cordero and Angela Yang

Monday, March 23, 2015

San Miguel Allende, Mexico Summer Abroad Course

Dear Students, space remains available for the exciting San Miguel Allende, Mexico Summer Abroad Course. Late applications will be accepted for another week. Please pass the word. Those interested should contact Lan Vu ( in the Summer Sessions Study Abroad office.  

Summer Abroad: Forging the Mexican Nation
UC Berkeley Study Abroad is excited to announce that applications are now open for our Summer Abroad program in San Miguel de Allende.

If you have any questions, please contact

Looking for Summer Internships around the Environment or Activism?

Sign up here to receive bi-weekly opportunities from Green Corps and our alumni.

We have over 350 alumni working with groups like Greenpeace, Food & Water Watch, the Sierra Club, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, National Wildlife Federation, Union of Concerned Scientists and more. Many of these alumni will be looking for spring and summer interns and are participating in the Green Corps Alumni Internship Network.

Click here to add your name to our mailing list about these opportunities that will be happening across the country.

Email with any questions.

Reception & Student Project Demos

Lecture: 5:00 – 6:15 p.m.
Reception & Student Project Demos: 6:15 – 7:00 p.m. Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall

Creating for our comfort, providing for our existence, responding to the daily challenges that impact our lives, is a matter of design. There has never been a more exciting or vital time for the presence of design, and the need for “humanism” in design has never been more crucial to our future.

By focusing our talents on the needs of each individual as equal, designers have given birth to a new order: “Inclusivity By Design.” This “Design For All” philosophic challenge doesn’t simply ask “Why?” but rather, “Why not?”

Designer and gerontologist Patricia Moore will examine the potential for this new order by design and explore the opportunities for our lifespan autonomy.

Co-sponsored by: Berkeley Center for New Media | CITRIS Data & Democracy Initiative CITRIS Mobile App Challenge | Health@CITRIS | Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation

Questions? Email

16th Annua International Career Symposium Dinner

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Alumni House

Application Deadline: Friday April 3rd, 2015

The 16th Annual Harvey Masonek International Career Symposium Dinner, sponsored by UC Berkeley Career Center, is a special round table dinner held on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015.
The event is a special affair where students, staff, and professionals united by a common interest in international affairs and foreign policy issues, engage with a keynote speaker and participate in a lively discussion with a table leader.

Dinner invitations will be extended, on a space available basis, to current UC Berkeley students in any major who demonstrate a genuine interest in current international issues. This is a special opportunity for Cal students to network and converse with peers and a table discussion leader regarding the world of international affairs.

Space is limited to approximately 90 students; therefore, participant selection for the Symposium Dinner will be determined by the response which you provide to the questions below.

If interested, please submit an application today.
International Career Symposium Application

Port of Oakland's 2015 Summer College Internship Program

We are currently recruiting college and graduate level students through a competitive selection process. Up to sixteen (16) students will be hired for the 2015 Summer College Internship Program. This nine-week Program will begin on Monday, June 15, 2015 and conclude on Friday, August 14, 2015.
 The Program will offer students an opportunity to gain valuable work experience in aviation, communications, community relations, contract compliance, engineering, environmental programs, executive office, governmental affairs, human resources, maritime, legal and airport security. Internship assignments will be located at the Port administration building at 530 Water Street, Oakland International Airport or in the Port maritime area.

Students can access and complete an online application at

APPLICATION DUE DATE: April 10, 2015 @ 5:00 PM PDT

For questions, please call (510) 627-1419 or email us at

MVE + Partners has a job opening on Callisto -- look at Jobs/Internships/Interviews
Search Job # 886820

"MVE + Partners, Inc. is one of the country’s most innovative and respected architectural firms, encompassing an experienced team of facility programmers, planners, architects, computer graphic specialists and interior designers. With over 40 years of industry experience, MVE provides an extensive variety of key architectural, planning, interiors and graphic design services to sophisticated clients, having established a successful reputation based on its expertise, strength and diversity of work."

Prytanean Prize

 The Prytanean Alumnae ( are currently accepting applications for the Prytanean Prize. Prize applications are due on Friday, April 3, 2015 via email to PRYTPRIZE@GMAIL.COM

The Prytanean Society was founded at Berkeley in 1901 to recognize Cal women undergraduate students who demonstrate faith, service and loyalty to the University Of California, Berkeley. The Prytanean Prize is awarded to a woman student with junior standing in recognition of campus and community service as well as academic excellence (GPA Of 3.2 required). The recipient will receive at a $1250 cash prize that will be presented at the Prytanean Alumnae Brunch on Saturday, April 11, 2015, 9-12pm at the Bancroft Hotel.

For questions, please contact the Prytanean PEP Chair,
Patty Friesen at