Showing posts from January, 2017

EOP STEM and BESSA Tour of Salesforce HQ

Visit  Salesforce HQ in San Francisco  and get familiar with what they have to offer. The event will take place   Friday February 3rd  at from  12pm-1pm .  Further instructions for event will be emailed to you prior to the event. This event is open to Technical and Non-technical majors. There will be interview prep, speakers from Salesforce in both tech/non-tech positions, tour of the HQ , and make sure to bring your resumes!!! Open to   all EOP students   who are first generation, low  income and/or underrepresented students. This event is brought to you by a collaboration between BESSA and EOP STEM. See you  February 3rd ! Sign up here: a/ QLSfXmze2vUPH54CPjjm02qo3FMEuN ssZB_sUd2K5oP6lo0wUfQ/viewform

Free iClicker Rental for EOP students

If you have any EOP STEM students who need an iClicker for the semester please have them apply to our FREE iClicker rental program for the semester. The application is below.  Sign up to rent a FREE iClicker from the EOP STEM program for the Spring 2017 semester!  Once you sign up, you'll get a confirmation for a pick up day. First come first serve. Link: zrxF5qcXpm8Ik1 If you have any questions, please email

Spring 2017 Introductory Public Health Class SEATS AVAILABLE

SEMINAR ON SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH AND MEDICINE Public Health 116.001 Class Number 32501 Monday  4pm-6pm , with discussion sections Dr. Malcolm Potts Looking for an extra 3 units? Interested in public health, ethical issues, or being taught by an AWESOME undergraduate student?? Want guaranteed enrollment and internship opportunities in health? Public Health 116 is a 3-unit course that introduces students to broad ethical issues in public health. This is an introductory course and is open to students across all majors. Many topics in the course are interdisciplinary and assignments often value the input of different academic perspectives. In addition to being an ELECTIVE for the public health major, public health 116 qualifies students to apply to two internship programs: Field Study Internship (FSI) and Health Service Internship (HSI). FSI and HSI are highly competitive programs that place former public health 116 students into Bay Area intern

Submit Your Student Work for 2017 Berkeley Circus Submissions! (Feb 1 deadline)

The 7th Annual Berkeley Circus and Circus Soirée will be held on  March 3rd and 4th, 2017 , respectively. We will open our doors to distinguished visitors and critics, reach out to our network of engaged alumni, and provide opportunities for our students to meet important figures in the environmental design realm. Importantly, this will also give CED the chance to highlight the extraordinary work coming out of the college. The Circus is also a great opportunity for you all to see the work of colleagues and students in other departments. Review of Student Work will occur in three ways: Teams of reviewers, composed of Distinguished Visiting Fellows and two CED faculty members, will be assigned to review work presented in one of three formats:   Research Poster Presentations:  Graduate and undergraduate students will be selected, based on proposal submissions, to display a  36”x 48” poster (landscape orientation) . Design studio posters will not be considered. Posters will

UCDC - Intern in Washington D.C.!

Fall 2017 SEMESTER IN WASHINGTON, D.C.:  Now Accepting Applications! Application deadline for Fall 2017:     Feb 23, 2017 Want to learn more?   Come to one of our information sessions in 236 Evans Hall .  An alumnus of the program will speak about his or her experience and and we'll be there to present internship information and answer any of your questions.   Info Sessions are in 236 Evans Thu, Jan. 26, 2017   10-11 a.m. Wed, Feb. 1, 2017   4-5 p.m. Mon, Feb. 6, 2017   12-1 p.m. Thu, Feb. 9, 2017   5-6 p.m. UCDC sends juniors and seniors to Washington, D.C. each semester to participate in prestigious internships and research projects for a full semester of UCB academic credit.    Students call the experience life-changing and one which jump starts careers, distinguishing them from other graduates after college.   All majors are welcome. UCB financial aid is transferrable. Applications  are currently available at

Climate Reality Project Internship Opportunities

After the results of the election we know that national climate policy is more threatened now than ever. So now we are looking to win locally. We are launching a national program to convince campuses to go 100% renewable electricity by 2030. You can read more about our 100% committed campaign  here . Last semester we helped Plymouth State get fully committed. To help make the biggest difference possible we are looking to hire interns at Berkeley. Feel free to contact  Beth Ramey at:  with any questions, or if you are interested in getting involved with any of our campaigns!  

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. Apply Today! APPLICATION DEADLINE - FEB 28th 2017 


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 25th ,  11AM 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 26th ,  11AM to 4PM  @ RSF — Business, Public Service, & Tech Opportunities Employers:  CIA, Sale

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 mo


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Applicants: A Strategy For The New Year!

APPLICANTS: A STRATEGY FOR THE NEW YEAR  A plan for medical students applying to the residency match in 2017 and beyond.

Spring QT Pie: A Queer, Trans, LGBTQ+ Undergrad & Grad Welcome Event

Spring QT Pie:  A Queer, Trans, LGBTQ+  Undergrad and Graduate Student  Welcome Event Thursday, February 2, 2017 6:30-8:30pm Multicultural Community Center 220 MLK Jr Student Union This QT* Pie welcome to the Spring semester will help undergraduate and graduate students who are new to campus - or new to our campus queer, trans, LGBTQ+ communities - connect with student organizations, resources, community and more! Save the date - more details to come! Student orgs - we will be sending out a form to sign-up to table at QT Pie soon! Let us know if you want to join the planning team!  Email Marisa ( ) and put "QT Pie" in the email subject. *QT = queer and/or trans and is pronounced "cutie" Questions?  Marisa at Sponsored by: Gender Equity Resource Center, Queer Alliance Resource Center and UNITY Theme Program so far!  For disability-related accommodations see .

Part Time Position at Street Plans SF

The Street Plans Collaborative is seeking a part-time employee in our small but growing San Francisco office to assist with a variety of projects focused on active transportation, placemaking, public engagement, and Tactical Urbanism. If you are a creative person who is passionate about creating better streets and better places, we’d love to hear from you! Street Plans is an award winning urban planning, design, and research-advocacy firm with offices in Miami, New York City, and San Francisco. Our firm is known for advancing innovative practices to implement new ideas and concepts for a range of public, private, and non-profit groups. We seek to improve the balance of multi-modal transportation options and create successful public spaces as a means to creating more competitive and sustainable 21st century communities. We fulfill this mission by working at the intersection of transportation, land use, and urban design in cities and towns across the United States and abroad.

Spring 2017 Women's CommUNITY Dinner - Tues Jan 24, 2017, 5-7pm

A welcome event for the UC Berkeley women's community! Location: Tuesday, January 24, 2017 5:00-7:00pm Gender Equity Resource Center 202 César Chávez Student Center Many paths, many passions and many identities.   Food, fun and friends!   All students, academic appointees and staff welcome!   Children and partners welcome! Everyone welcome! Facebook event: m/events/370544533295551/ Want to help plan or volunteer day-of?   Please sign-up here! Do you want to be a representative/ambassador for your women-focused student, staff or faculty organization?   Please sign-up here!   Questions?  Contact Marisa at . For disability related accommodations, please see  with as much notice as possible.

Graduating seniors: Administrative Assistant Position - Summer Programs!!

Summer Programs Assistant – 50% Career Position Departmental Overview The College of Environmental Design (CED) operates three academic departments – Architecture, City and Regional Planning, and Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning.  CED and its constituent departments confer both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Graduate programs are regularly ranked in the top 5 nationally and internationally. CED has 55 full-time and 35 part-time teaching faculty, 44 career staff, and over 1,000 students. The College is housed in Wurster Hall, which also includes Wurster Gallery, the Environmental Design Archives, the Environmental Design Library, computer labs, a fabrication shop, digital fabrication lab, and Materials Store. The College of Environmental Design offers several introductory summer programs for those interested in exploring the field of architecture, landscape architecture and environmental planning, urban design and sustainable city planning. CED also offers