Want to know what it’s like to go to Law School? Dreaming of becoming a doctor? Reaching for that MBA? What about taking the next step and pursuing another degree? Then look no further! The ASUC Undergraduate-Graduate Mentorship Program (UGMP) provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to obtain individualized guidance from a graduate student. The graduate student will be a mentor who will offer advice and answers to the undergraduate who is interested in gaining more knowledge about his/her academic field of interest, the graduate school process, or just about future academic endeavors.
Participants will be expected to enroll in and attend a DeCal during the spring semester, which will take place every other week for an hour and a half. The class will include guest speakers and panelists directed towards providing undergraduates with information about graduate school. Mentors and mentees should meet at least once a week outside of class to reflect on course workshops and gain advice on their future goals.
This is a great chance for undergraduate students to take advantage of the wisdom and experiences of the graduate and professional degree students on campus. Not only will undergraduates learn about the graduate process, but they will also establish relationships with their mentors, bringing students with similar interests together.
So Apply Now! Applications will be due in late January, and the DeCal will begin in early February of Spring 2012 with a mixer to introduce the undergraduate and graduate students to one another and allow them to mingle and hopefully find the right mentor/mentee. Like us on Facebook, and do not hesitate to contact us with any questions!
It is the ASUC’s hope for the program to enhance the Cal student community’s academic potential, to close the gap between undergraduate and graduate education, and to continue the academic success of this university.
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Date: Thu, Nov 24, 2011 at 7:37 PM
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Tri Delt’s address is 2300 Warring Street!
Interested in making a change in the lives of local youth? Do you have Work Study?Become a BUILD mentor and help youth improve their literacy skills and reading!
Applications Due: Friday, December 2nd
Fraternity & Sorority Service Liaison
University of California, Berkeley
(714)852-9206 | www.calgreeks.com
Service Tracking form URL: http://www.calgreeks.com/resources/service-opportunities/
I am writing to ask for your help in identifying an ideal candidate for an exciting opportunity as the Social Media Editor for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Please share this job announcement with your staff and colleagues who you know would be great candidates.
Please feel free to have interested applicants contact our recruiter directly should they have questions or wish to know more about this wonderful opportunity! Our recruiter’s direct line is listed in the announcement below. Thank you.
Position Opening: Social Media Editor (Media Communications Specialist 1)
UC Berkeley – Main Campus
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions must provide a fair opportunity for every applicant to obtain admission to the University, operate in a professional manner that ensures positive staff morale and values hard work and dedication, communicate and collaborate effectively, present a coordinated effort to standardize procedures and document best practices, offer a variety of methods for professional development, and provide first-class customer service in a cost-effective and transparent manner.
This is a six month contract position with the possibility of a one year extension.
• Under the guidance of the Electronic Communications Specialist 3, learns to develop and execute social media strategy for news, information, events, deadlines, and other key information to promote UC Berkeley to a variety of populations. Builds audience base for content delivered via social media. Utilizes tools/metrics to gauge effectiveness of efforts and adjusts accordingly. Creates basic reports and analysis of social media efforts to determine outcomes and effectiveness.
• Under the guidance of the supervisor, carries out special projects, either short-or long-term, focusing on digital and social media efforts for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (OUA). Assists others in OUA with projects, publication editing and design, presentation development, and other assignments as needed. Posts Twitter messages; answers questions and posts messages on prospective student interactive websites; coordinates central Facebook site for OUA and other social media outlets. Builds followings and helps to amplify UC Berkeley OUA messages, news, events, and announcements via social media.
• Supports department and/or campus in general assignments such as event support, application review, project management, publication design and creation, and media relations as assigned.
• Participates in reader training and other OUA training to gain an understanding of the processes occurring within OUA to better facilitate effective social media communication.
• Drafts simple news releases, routine statements, newsletters and brief articles.
• Working knowledge of concepts and principles of news, media communications and media relations.
• Working knowledge of the campus, its achievements, mission, vision, goals, objectives, programs and infrastructure.
• Basic written, verbal, interpersonal communication skills and political acumen.
• Basic organizational skills.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Human Resources Services
University of California, Berkeley
Student Life/A&E Business Operations
2515 Channing Way, MC 5150
510.643.5001 main line
SASCERADE in the City
When: Friday, DECEMBER 2nd, 2011
9pm (first bus) and 10pm (second bus – upper classmen priority)
Where: Club Mist in San Francisco
Hello Ridiculously Beautiful Community!
Are ya’ll tired of school, midterms and other stressful items in life?
Do you want to celebrate when all this is over?
Do you wanna get down and silly with some fine ass people?
WELL… LEZZ DO IT. SASCERADE IN THE CITY!
You may ask.. what is this sascerade in the city? Well, its a bunch of fine ass, good looking people, getting on a bus, then getting into a club, and then getting down with each other! The date is still up for confirmation, but the save the date in your calender – Friday, DECEMBER 2nd, 2011! THE LAST DAY OF INSTRUCTION.
Tickets will be $20 for ticket into the bus and the club!
Proceeds will be going to help fundraise SASC SI! SASC Summer Institute is a 5 day 4 night program in the summer that engages Southeast Asian youth with learning about the historical context of the War in Southeast Asia, the refugee experience and contemporary issues within the Southeast Asian community. Also, it provides a safe space for students and mentors to open up and learn from each others experiences while creating new ones together through workshops, dialogue and fun activities. SO… Say you’ll come celebrate the end of fall semester 2011 with us! Get down with some cute/awesome/fun people! and go cray before RRR week kicks in!
You can get tickets/ turn in money to and SASComm or SASC Internal member!
GET IT COMMUNITY!
Get ready for some SASClovin’! ❤
Again, this is the application link: http://www.calgreeks.com/ifc/ifc-executive-applications/
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Dear friends and allies,
Igor A. Tregub
UC Berkeley, Class of 2008 (B.S. Mechanical Engineering/B.A. Political Science) | GO BEARS!
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“The arc of history is long, but it bends towards justice.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
CA Higher Education Sustainability Conference
Hosted by UC Davis
June 18th-22nd, 2012
Submissions Due: January 20th, 2012
The California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC) highlights cutting-edge case studies as well as research, curriculum development, and community partnerships. This unique event is jointly organized by independent/private colleges, California Community Colleges, California State Universities, and the University of California creating the opportunity for dialogue across institutions.
The CHESC seeks speakers who have crossed silos within their institutions to create sustainable change, infuse concepts of sustainability into curriculum, and/or to pursue research questions related to sustainability (especially where the research has or could be applied to campus sustainability). We are especially excited about proposals where a connection has been made across academic and operational departments. In the words of Fritjof Capra:
“The more we study the major problems of our time, the more we come to realize that they cannot be viewed in isolation. They are systemic problems, which means that they are interconnected and interdependent.”
Campus staff, faculty, students, and administrators are encouraged to submit proposals on case studies, pilot programs, and replicable best practices. We are equally interested in projects where a key lesson was learned and projects that were successful in the traditional sense.
This year potential speakers will be asked to submit proposals that highlight or create a link between at least two of our core topic areas (click the titles below for more information on each):
a. Climate Action Planning
d. Food Systems
e. Green Building
g. Institutionalizing Sustainability
h. Local (Regional Case Studies)
i. Procurement and Business Services
l. Social Equity
m. Student Affairs and Auxiliaries
o. Waste Reduction and Recycling
p. Water and Landscape
During this call for proposals process, we will also be accepting proposals for:
Throughout the conference, we will highlight posters that describe research, creative activities, and best practices related to sustainability. This is an opportunity for students, faculty, campus staff, and administrators to present and communicate their work from the past academic year to a diverse audience.
The convergence is a post-conference, half-day workshop on Thursday, June 21st, 2012. It will highlight new student campaigns, upcoming projects, and skill sharing workshops. Students will also have a chance to network with other student leaders from California Community Colleges, California State University, University of California, and Private campuses throughout the state collectively as well as with students from their own systems. The convergence is free, and students can attend it without attending the main conference.
For more information, please visit our Call for Proposals website
CA Higher Education Sustainability Conference
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