Come learn about working in Environmental and Tech fields from Meiling Gai, the COO of Clarity Movement Co, a start-up company working with renewables.
Dr. Meiling Gao is the Chief Operating Officer at Clarity Movement Co. where she is building relationships with government and corporate partners to transform how air quality data is collected and used. Dr. Gao holds degrees from the University of California Berkeley, Harvard University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology in public health and chemical engineering. She was previously a USAID Global Development Fellow in Colombia and a Fulbright Scholar in China where she conducted research on the impacts of urban development on air quality and health.
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Come learn about study, work, intern, teach, and volunteer abroad opportunities for UC Berkeley students at our 2019 Study Abroad Fair!
Sponsored by Berkeley Study Abroad, the Study Abroad Fair is Cal’s signature event of the year for education abroad.
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The Haas Institute's Research to Impact and the Center for Research on Social Change have teamed up with the College of Natural Resources to present this informative lecture by Monica M. White. Her research investigates Black, Latinx, and Indigenous grassroots organization that are engaged in the development of sustainable, community food systems as a strategy to respond to issues of hunger and food inaccessibility.
Wellness Wednesdays: Gardening and Environmental Wellness
Environmental Wellness is living a lifestyle that is respectful of nature and living in a healthy environment. Learn more about how you can practice environmental wellness while gardening in the shared campus garden.
2-3pm: Weeding, gardening, and free pots with seeds to take home
3-4pm: Tour of the Student Organic Garden at Oxford Tract
Peace Corps Info Session
Talk to a representative from the Peace Corps about the program and the application process. October 1st is the deadline for programs departing in June 2020.
Join us for UC Berkeley's largest career fair. This fair will kick-off the academic year and the on-campus recruiting season. Recruiters from diverse industries will bring information about their entry-level career and internship positions. Recruiting all majors and degree levels.
Please note that the fair spans three days with different industries represented each day:
-- Tue, Sept 17. 11 am - 4 pm: Business/Public Service Opportunities
-- Wed, Sept 18. 11- 4 pm: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Opportunities
-- Thurs, Sept. 19. 11- 4pm: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Opportunities
To view participating employers attending by fair day, log into Handshake.
Make your best first impression by preparing in advance. See the Career Center's Career Fair Tips to Get the Most Out of Career Fairs.
Registration is not required. This fair is open only to current enrolled UC Berkeley students and alumni who are registered for the Career Center's Alumni Advantage program. Be sure to bring your UC Berkeley Student ID and many copies of your updated resume to the fair. Business casual attire is recommended.
This fair is recommended for students seeking positions which require 5 years of work experience or less.
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De-stress with Dogs
Come pet dogs (including Pickle the beagle/pug), relax, mingle with other students, and spin our CNR Wellness Wheel to learn about on-campus wellness resources and get prizes!
State of the College - Fall 2019 Welcome Message
Dean Ackerly will be giving a State of the College presentation, followed by a Q&A session. Join CNR faculty, staff, and your fellow students to hear an overview of the college's strategic plan for the new school year and reflect on the accomplishments of the previous year.
If you will attend, please click here to RSVP by Friday, Aug. 30 so we can plan refreshments.
Come on out to the Student Environment Resource Center in bNorth to connect with environmental organizations from campus and beyond! Hear about the amazing work your peers have been doing on campus and how you can join them. Everyone is welcome!
**Registration will open 2 weeks before the event. Please check Handshake and register**
Attend this event to get ready for a Fall job/internship search and On-Campus Recruiting! Companies DO want to recruit all majors for positions in a wide variety of fields and industries. In this multi-faceted program, you will hear from a panel of diverse professionals to learn about opportunities, the hiring process, and how to best market yourself for success! A Career counselor will also briefly explain the recruiting timeline as well as share tips for identifying jobs, internships and OCR positions using Handshake. The program will conclude with casual networking with our employer panelists.
Open to ALL MAJORS!
Anti-Plastics: Action Lunch
Earlier this year the most comprehensive piece of legislation to reduce single-use plastic in U.S. history was introduced in California. Join The Story of Stuff Project to learn more about the California bill, the global plastics crisis and how you can take action at the local level. The presentation will conclude with a plastic flower making workshop in preparation for a creative direct action at the California State Capitol in Sacramento on August 21st. Food will be provided.
Related Media: How Plastic Production Pollutes Small Towns
Thinking about getting involved in undergraduate research? This workshop is a great place to start! You will get a broad overview of the research opportunities available to undergraduates on campus, with suggestions on how to find them. You'll also learn about upcoming deadlines and eligibility requirements for some of UC Berkeley's most popular undergraduate research opportunities, such as the Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (URAP), Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF), and the Robert and Colleen Haas Scholars Program, a senior capstone experience for ALL majors.
In the second half-hour, we focus on the process of securing a faculty sponsor for your research project. We will cover how to identify potential faculty sponsors on campus as well as how to prepare for the first meeting so that you make a great first impression.
The workshop will be especially useful for undergraduates, but is open to all UC Berkeley students (undergraduate, graduate, and visiting scholars) regardless of academic discipline.