Showing posts from July, 2018


The Concord Group has an internship opportunity for the Fall as a Researcher/Intern. Follow the link for more info: https://theconcordgroup.


UCB Fam aka revolutionary troublemakers! After a very impressive cohort of applicants and competitive process, our UC Berkeley Basic Needs Manager - Hiring Committee has selected 3 finalists! We cordially invite you to our finalist round hosted on campus at UC Berkeley. The exact location is TBD - we are working with our MLK Student Union Team to identify a great space: 10:00 - 11:00 am Community Presentation ( RSVP ) 11:10 - 12:00 pm Community Meal ( RSVP ) 12:00 - 1:00 pm Finalist Interview with Students ( RSVP ) Please sign-up for the dates and sessions that you will be able to join us via this live link or by clicking the full link below: RSVP: tfTK02n2 Please let me know if you have any trouble registering Please submit your RSVP - ASAP, space is limited to 25 participants per session. Upon your registration, I will send bcal /calendar invitations to all who complete our RSVP. We are so excited for

EOP Fall 2018 Intake Internship APPLICATION DUE THIS WEEK

We are excited to announce that the  EOP  Fall 2018  Intake   Inter nship   application  is now open! We would greatly appreciate it if you could forward this email to all your members/students/peers in order to help us spread the word. The information is detailed in the flyer and more information is listed down below. ​ "Interested in being more involved with first generation, low-income, and historically underrepresented students? Need 1-2 units for Fall 2018 semester? Want to be more involved with the  EOP  community?  Apply  to our Fall 2018  EOP   Intake   Internship ! As an  intern  you will: Participate in weekly training seminars that critically examine advising needs of  EOP  students while building professional and interpersonal skills Coordinate special projects throughout the semester working closely with  EOP  counselors Learn from academic counselors and manage their schedules Work a minimum of 6 hrs/week for 0,1, or 2 units on a P/NP basis  The  a


Campuses have long been places brimming with ideas about how to create a better society, stemming from the energy and idealism of their students, and the knowledge and creativity of their educators. College campus are places that foster the resources, and facilitate the ideas that can improve society.  PIRG Campus Action  believes that when these resources are used right, ideas that begin on campuses can quickly spread throughout our society and influence it for the better. PIRG Campus Action is hiring campus organizers to work with students on college campuses across the country, giving them the resources they need to unlock their potential to spread change across our nation. Campus organizers work with students who believe it’s their right and responsibility to shape the future we all want. Organizers will help student activists decide the strategies and tactics used to run a campaign. They act as a trainer, an inspirer, a full-on changemaker and a behind-the-scenes support syst


The Associates Home Loan Scholarship was created with our future leaders in mind. Associates Home Loan understands that college prices are rising every year and this scholarship serves the purpose of helping one student lower their tuition expenses by $1000 and to educate the future self employed individuals about their options when it comes to self employed loans and alternative credit options. Applicants will be required to answer a simple question in the form of a 500-word essay and the winner will be selected based on the essay submitted. The Associate Home Loan Scholarship committee will select a winner by the end of April 2019. The $1000 will be sent directly to the winner’s school financial aid department. Eligibility: High school students graduating in 2018 that have been accepted into a college, university, or trade school. Students currently enrolled in a college, university, or trade school that have not yet reached their final year. Guidelines: Associates Home Loan wants to

NEW CLASS - EDUCATION 198: Intro to Research

This Fall 2018, the Transfer Student Center is offering fifteen sections of  Education 198: An Introduction to the Research University for Transfers .  This 1 unit, pass/not pass transition course is a great introduction to student life, academic expectations, enrichment opportunities, and campus resources. The course addresses the unique experience and perspective transfer students bring as they prepare to launch into upper division coursework. One key goal of this course is to provide transfer students with the support and information they will need to thrive at Cal. You can find more information regarding our courses and services below or by visiting our website at sitioncourses

United Students Against Sweatshops 1ST MEETING

Join the first meeting by signing up  when you're available  HERE   Spread the word and check out our  FACEBOOK

Career Center JOB OPENINGS

The Career Center is currently hiring 2 Work Study students for communications/marketing positions starting in Fall 2018. Students in these positions will have access to and work directly with all the professionals in the Career Center, exposing them to the latest trends, industry leaders, and other resources related to career development. Communications Assistants will support the counseling staff in a variety of ways:  * Researching and writing material for mass distribution through Handshake (CareerMail) * Assist with preparation of promotional materials  * Produce/design program materials when needed  * Leveraging media to build brand awareness  * Conduct market research  * Media coverage of events and/or assist with production of short, fun video clips  Hours are flexible depending on the student's availability. Ideal candidates will be able to work 12-15 hours a week, Monday- Friday, between  8am - 5pm.  Occasional evening hours may be required. Work to begin prior to cla

Jacobs Hall makerspace JOB OPENING

We are expanding the Jacobs student supervisor team this fall!  The student supervisors play a pivotal role in supporting our awesome community of makers and designers. I ncoming freshmen, and rising sophomores and juniors, are invited to apply to join the team. Unfortunately, we are not accepting applications from rising seniors, since we seek students with potential to stay on the team for more than one year.  Visit the Jacobs website  or read the attached job description  for more information about the role and how to apply. If you have any questions, please email Kent Wilson ( ). 


The EOP STEM Mentorship Program is now open!  Please share this opportunity with your networks: EOP is searching for a group of students that are interested in becoming a mentor or mentee for the EOP STEM Mentorship Program. Mentorship provides guidance and support for 1st generation, low income, and historically underrepresented college students in the STEM field. Mentor Application: tor Mentee Application: tee Application Due:  August 3rd, 2018

Breadth Courses with Open Seats!

Are you a student looking for good breadth courses? The Discovery and Big Ideas Courses have space in them at this point! The one caveat is that we held some seats in two especially popular courses for new students, so continuing students would not gobble them all up. These are Drugs and the Brain and Human Happiness. Otherwise all of these are fair game for anyone looking for a great breadth experience. Follow these links for more info on these available classes: http://lsdiscovery.berkeley.ed u http://bigideascourses.berkele

ARKxSITE Architecture Competition

ARKxSITE   announces the  SITE MEMORIAL  international architecture ideas competition Open to  Architecture Students  and young professionals   (≤ 40 years old) REGULAR REGISTRATION PERIOD UNTIL _ AUGUST 31, 2018! REGISTER HERE The   Site  Memorial ,  located  in  Lisbon,  is  a  new  landmark  and  a  destination  point  inviting visitors for a unique and singular experience between the land and the water;  it  is  a   contemplative  walk  through  history   that  leads  to  a  place  of  gathering  and  a  look-­out  point  where  the  Tagus  River  becomes  a  powerful  scenery.  There  are  no  limitations in height, depth or extension beyond the river bank. Competition Opening:  April 30, 2018 Regular Registration Period:  June 30 -­  August 31, 2018   Late Registration Period:   September 01 -­ September 17, 2018 Submission Deadline:   September 22, 2018 Jury Evaluation:   October 12 -­ October 26, 2018 Competition Results:   November 16, 2018 With the in

William Duff Architects Networking Event COMING SOON

I am an intern at William Duff Architects in San Francisco and we are hosting a happy hour networking event on  Friday, July 27 . The firm is interested in getting to know architecture students and recent grads in the Bay Area this summer. Everyone 21 and over and working in/studying architecture is welcome!  Thanks, Alexandra Croft Follow this link to RSVP by JULY 20, 2018: d/e/1FAIpQLSflxfb0o3m4Y_0_1kG1 _tTVVg6DXLt-vjSZlIYNOIWy9CJHcA /viewform  

Hiring UCB CalFresh Ambassadors

We have some fantastic student leadership opportunities for the upcoming year, for both undergraduate and graduate students.  Vikrem is our new UCB CalFresh Coordinator , they are looking for passionate students to join the CalFresh team for the upcoming school year!  We are looking for: 6 ambassadors  who will be  PAID  at $15/hour for 5 hours a week for the whole school year as well as   6 interns  that will be compensated with academic units 1 (45 hrs) or 2 (90 hrs) This is a fantastic opportunity for students to help their campus community get access to fresh healthy food. Students will help expand the CalFresh brand across campus and work closely with both, (i) Alameda County Social Services and the (ii) Alameda County Community Food Bank. I have included the application link below!  Applications are due  July 20, 2018 at 5:00pm PST . WnBPPwv2 If there are any questions please reach out to Vikrem via  vspadda@berkeley.e


 CNR still has several seats open for  ESPM 5- From Farm to Table . This course has been approved as an elective for the  Food Systems Minor .  ESPM 5 has also been approved as a social science core class for most ESPM majors.  Please advise students looking for a great class to check out ESPM 5:

Acting Class Open in Session D

THEATER 114 – INTERACTIVE THEATER – ACTING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE (PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP) Engage for 6 weeks in creating a social justice summer theater company. Each day we deepen our practice by developing full-bodied and whole-hearted skills: the technical needs of an actor (voice, speech, physical movement, and character development) and the personal cultural awareness and communication habits of an activist. We will activate our imaginations, give voice to stories of injustice, and move the classroom community from page to stage, from company membership to civic leadership. Grounded in the work of Augusto Boal, we will experience the role of theater in education, justice-making, and societal transformation, and strengthen our practice as writers, actors, directors, witnesses, and makers of theater and social change. Interactive theater training and performance mixed with multicultural and communication skills prepare us for deeper artistic, academic, and activist work in our person