College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Jobs and Internships 4/1/11

March 31, 2011

I. Adobe Internships
II. Clinical Trials Laboratory Intern - Internship
III. The Shinnyo Fellowship
IV. Media and Public Relations Internship
V. Tour Driver & Support
VI. Become a Career Center Peer Advisor

I. Adobe Internships
Adobe believes in hiring the very best. We are known for our vibrant, dynamic and rewarding workplace where personal and professional fulfillment and company success go hand in hand. We take pride in creating exceptional work experiences, encouraging innovation and being involved with our employees, customers and communities. We invite you to discover what makes Adobe a place where exceptional people thrive.

Click this link to experience A Day in the Life at Adobe: http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/careeropp/fma/dayinthelife/. Internship opportunity to work with other Adobe employees will help find and evaluate new technologies and processes which will improve Adobe's environmental performance and enhance our image in the world as a leader in environmental change.

Requirements
• While the position does not require direct experience in sustainability projects, it does require a strong interest and a demonstrated academic pursuit in the area of green buildings or environmental science.
• May be called upon to write reports and present findings to others in the department.

Education
• Candidates will be pursuing a degree in an environmental field such as Environmental Science or Environmental Engineering.
• Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and actively pursuing a Bachelor's, Master's or Doctorate degree with at least one semester left after internship.

Please visit http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/careeropp/college/internships.html for more information.


II. Clinical Trials Laboratory Intern - Internship
HIV Research Section - San Francisco Department of Public Health
Location: San Francicso, California, United States
Salary: $20/hour
Under the direct supervision of the Recruitment Coordinator, the Intern will be immersed in a stimulating research environment where they will work with a dynamic team of leading researchers, clinicians, counselors, and health educators on a variety of HIV prevention clinical trials. Through this breadth of exposure, students will be able to discuss career options in public health and health sciences with a wide range of professionals. Interested individuals should submit a resume and cover letter to hivsfj@phfe.org. Please include the job title in the subject header of your email submission. For more information, please visit http://www.idealist.org/view/internship/cD5MjB8JWKMD/.


III. The Shinnyo Fellowship
The Shinnyo Fellowship provides advising and monetary support to undergraduate and graduate students who desire to implement a service, peace-building, and/or sustainable social change project locally, nationally, or globally. Project proposals should be innovative, action oriented and emphasize peacebuilding. Two graduates and/or undergraduates from UC Berkeley will be selected through a competitive process to work in partnership with Cal Corps and the Shinnyo-en Foundation to implement his or her project. The selected Fellows will join a group of students from other leading universities across the United State to animate the Foundation’s Six Billion Paths to Peace Initiative (www.sixbillionpaths.org) by continuing to integrate the message and work of this initiative into campus programs and communities.

Through the fellowship students will:
· Enhance one’s understanding of how to contribute to the health of an identified community, develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become transformative community leaders, and increase one’s ability to engage in reflection
· Nurture an awareness of how their inner and outer paths contribute to justice and peacebuilding
· Significantly impact an identified community through a service or peacebuilding project off campus

The fellows will receive a stipend of $3,000 each for the year. Applications are due April 1st, 2011. For more information go to: http://publicservice.berkeley.edu/internship/shinnyo-fellowship.


IV. Media and Public Relations Internship
Foundation for Sustainable Development (FSD) is now accepting applications for a Media & Public Relations Intern in our San Francisco Office. This intern will participate daily in the collaborative efforts of the communications department in sustaining and improving on current strategies, and valued relationships. The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, on top of a detailed and well balanced ability to execute multiple on-going projects. This individual will not only feel comfortable working independently, but as a member of a goal-oriented group as well. The specific scope of work for this position includes both coordination of, and representation at, events pertaining to FSD promotion; therefore the ideal intern candidate will have background in all aspects of successful event planning execution. As a member of the Communications Team you will collectively work in cooperation with the Programs Team and the Executive Director. This internship is unpaid and necessitates the completion of a 500 hour commitment. The intern will have the opportunity to learn the inner workings of a fast evolving international non-profit organization, while gaining valued experience in the ever growing industry of international development.

If interested, please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Alex Muxen at info@fsdinternational.org. Please specify which position you are applying for in your email, and include the dates you will be available for the internship.


V. Tour Driver & Support
We are out on a nationwide presentation tour and are in desperate need of some help behind the wheel of our van and in our social media/content creation. If you are interested, and immediately available, please be in touch at your earliest convenience. The position may be able to afford a small stipend as well. This would be great experience in social media, non-profit work, event coordination and many more areas.

To apply, please email your resume to michael.schneider@globalpovertyproject.com with subject line: TOUR DRIVER & SUPPORT.


VI. Become a Career Center Peer Advisor
Do you like helping other students?
Want to make a positive impact on the lives of your peers here at Cal?

Peer Advisors interact one-on-one with users of the Career Center and provide information on use of resources (including web resources) for career planning, job/internship search, resume & cover letter writing, and applying to graduate school, etc. They conduct workshops & orientations for students on campus (usually in the evenings), provide outreach & liaison to student groups, drop-in advising and other duties and special projects as assigned. This position will require correspondence with supervisors and other peer advisors DAILY through email. All Peers will be required to serve on the Career Center Student Advisory Board which will meet twice per semester (meeting dates TBD). Comprehensive training will be provided.

To Apply: Please email your resume AND cover letter to Santina Pitcher, Peer Advisor Program Coordinator, at santina@berkeley.edu. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. For more information, please click here.