And The Winner Is...

RESOURCES ON CAMPUS

The CED Undergraduate Advising Office is open for drop-in appointments. Here is this week's schedule:


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
10 am - 12 pm
Heather / Anthony
Isela
Omar/ Anthony
Heather
Omar
1 pm - 4 pm
Starting 1:15: Heather / Anthony,
Susan
Omar, Heather
Heather
Starting at 1:30: Isela/ Anthony
Isela, Omar
Isela, Heather


































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Wednesday, 9/11/19, noon - 4pm
RSF Field House Gym, Special Event entrance

Co-sponsored by the Career Center, Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), and the EECS Department, come join us for UC Berkeley's career fair especially designed for EECS-focused students! If you're entering your final year as an EECS or CS student—or you have skills suitable to technical and computer science-related positions—this is the fair for you!   Registration is not required.
IMPORTANT: This fair is for FULL-TIME/CAREER recruitment only. If you are seeking an internship, do not attend this day, attend the EECS Internship Fair on September 12 instead.    
Over 50 employers are scheduled to participate!
    • All majors are welcome
    • Smart casual attire is recommended


































    The Big Ideas Contest is Back! 
    Now in its 14th year, the Big Ideas Contest is back and ready to support early-stage innovators and their transformative projects! This year’s contest will feature new tracks, including Financial Inclusion and Education & Literacy, and increased award levels (up to $20,000!) If you are an undergraduate or graduate student from an eligible campus with an innovative solution to a pressing social challenge, you are encouraged to apply (deadline November 20). Not sure if your idea/project/team is a good fit for Big Ideas? Sign up for an online or in-person advising session to discuss your big idea and to learn more about the contest criteria. 

    Big Ideas Information Session: Featuring Kaloum Bankhi, 2019 Big Ideas Winner
    Thursday, September 12, 6pm PT | B100 Blum Hall, UC Berkeley 
    Attend the first info session to learn about the contest requirements, get feedback on your idea, and network with fellow innovators. In addition, come hear Matt Turlock of Kaloum Bankhi (2019 winner) share his Big Ideas experience and how it helped shape him as a social innovator. (Live-stream will be available) RSVP Here!

    More about Big Ideas: 
    Big Ideas is an innovation contest that provides up to $300,000 in funding, training, networks, and recognition to interdisciplinary teams of students who have transformative solutions to real-world problems. Learn more about the application requirements and upcoming events by going to the website bigideascontest.org.






































































































    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    East Bay Community Energy East Bay Community Energy (EBCE) is the Community Choice energy service provider for approximately 550,000 customer accounts across Alameda County. EBCE’s charter is to provide its customers with low carbon, cost-effective electricity that integrates innovative energy products and maximizes local benefits through the development of local solutions, ranging from increasing access to rooftop solar to supporting the adoption of electric vehicles. 

    We want creative problem solvers that are excited to work in an entrepreneurial environment and grow our organization! EBCE is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce that is reflective of Alameda County’s rich culture and communities. Position Summary EBCE is seeking to hire a part-time Outreach Intern, reporting to the Marketing Director. EBCE is looking for candidates that engage with our our customers at local events and potentially also manage a semester-long project that furthers EBCE’s mission.


    Application Deadline: September 15th 

    Job Title: Research Assistant
    Hourly Rate: $16 / hour
    Period: 2019 Fall, 2020 Spring, and 2020 Summer
    Hours: 10-20 per week in Fall, Spring and 10-40 in Summer

    The Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) is a research center associated with the Institute of Transportation Studies and the School of Public Health. SafeTREC projects are generally multidisciplinary with an aim of accessing expertise in the University to address issues of safety and mobility.
     
    We are seeking undergraduate students for assistance in manually geocoding California statewide traffic collision data for Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS) website. The work will involve in manually assigning geo-Coordinates for collisions without longitude and latitude using an in-house web tool. The position would be at 10-20 hours per week for the fall/spring semester and 20-40 hours per week in summer break.

    Desired Skills:
    • Basic knowledge in Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
    • Able to work independently and manage time effectively
    • Able to work in an office environment
    • Experience with ArcGIS products are plus.

    Contact SangHyouk Oum, shoum@berkeley.edu, for more information.

    ULI San Francisco, a nonprofit focused on promoting responsible land use is hosting an event through their Women's Leadership Initiative committee. The event is geared towards exposing undergraduate women to careers in real estate on October 1st at the Prologis office in SF (Pier 1, Bay 1). 

    Every student who attends and completes the post-event survey is guaranteed an informational interview with some of the participating companies!

    The registration fee is $15 but you’ll be reimbursed with a $15 Amazon gift card at the door. You can find more info about the event here:https://sf.uli.org/events/detail/2E8BDA6C-83F0-45B1-B965-4166DCE621B4/

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