College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Events 2012.01.20

January 20, 2012

Jan. 24-26 | Check out the 2012 Diversity Career Fair
Jan. 27 | Spend your spring break making a difference

Jan. 24-26 | Check out the 2012 Diversity Career Fair
Tuesday, January 24 - Business and Public Service Opportunities
Wednesday, January 25 - Engineering and Science Opportunities
Thursday, January 26 - All Opportunities
Time: 11am-4pm
Place: MLK Student Union, Pauley Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Come join us for UC Berkeley's first and largest Spring Semester career fair for students seeking full time employment or internships! The Diversity Career Fair is open to all currently registered Berkeley students and Career Center Alumni Advantage members. Everyone is welcome and there are opportunities for all majors! Different employers attend each day, and following is a sample of companies you can meet with: A2Z Development Center, Accenture, Apple, Applied Materials, CBS Interactive, Citizen Schools, Clorox, Eli Lilly, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, Life Technologies, LinkedIn, Macy's, Oracle, Peace Corps, US Department of State...and many more!

Log into Callisto at https://berkeley-csm.symplicity.com/students/ to review this year's Career Fair Directory. Directory information is updated up to the day of the fair - be sure to check frequently. Also, be sure to bring your UC Berkeley Student ID to the fair.

Come to the career fair prepared by watching the Career Center's quick clip career fair videos: https://career.berkeley.edu/MM/Videos-Fairs.stm


Jan. 26 | Spend your spring break making a difference

For the 2012 Alternative Spring Break (ASB) season, SCA will engage 120 students from colleges across the country in meaningful hands-on conservation service at two of our most environmentally challenged national parks: Everglades National Park and Joshua Tree National Park.

2012 Program Dates and Locations:
Joshua Tree National Park, California
Track 1: March 11--17
Track 2: March 25--30
Everglades National Park, Florida
Track 1: March 4--10
Track 2: March 18--24
Program Details:
Each ASB session is one week long. There are two sessions at each location.
There will be 30 college students at each session.
SCA will provide $300 travel reimbursement, transportation to/from airport, and food and transportation during the week.
You will need to bring personal gear and purchase your own travel.
The week generally involves a day of orientation and safety, following by 3 intensive work days and one educational fun day, plus travel days.
Application Details:
College students from across the country are encouraged to apply
Application deadline is January 27, 2012
Interested candidates should email us their resume and an essay answering the question: "Why I want to participate in Alternative Spring Break" and email it to admissions@thesca.org with subject line "Alternative Spring Break." Please limit your essay to a maximum of 1 page.
For more information or questions, contact SCA's recruiting team at admissions@thesca.org.
Email us your resume and an essay on why you want to participate in Alternative Spring Break (no more than 1 pg.) Send to admissions@thesca.org.