CultureCal: Are you one of the almost 9,000 student employees on campus?

Are you one of the almost 9,000 student employees on campus (work study, GSIs, readers, tutors, etc.)?
Imagine fewer administrative hassles, more smiles from staff, and more simplicity on campus.
Here is your chance to change the way things are run on our campus and have a better experience both
as a student and as a campus employee.
Login now at http://culturecal.berkeley.edu to have your voice heard at CultureCal, an unprecedented
online brainstorming event in which all UC Berkeley employees – including thousands of undergraduate
and graduate student employees – are invited to help define a set of operating principles that will guide
our daily work.
The three departments with the highest rate of employee participation will receive an ice cream
sandwich cookie party catered by Berkeley’s own CREAM!
Join the brainstorming now: http://culturecal.berkeley.edu
Watch a 2-minute video showing how the brainstorming software works: http://youtu.be/zFNH6y_A5co
Watch a short video about the Berkeley Operating Principles project, featuring Cal faculty, staff and
Visit one of our kiosks:
• Oct. 3rd, 7:30am-2:00pm, outside University Hall (Addison & Oxford)
• Oct. 4th, 7:30am-2:00pm, behind Free Speech Café/Moffitt Library
• Oct. 10th, 7:30am-2:00pm, in the Morrison breezeway
• Oct. 11th, 7:30am-2:00pm, outside Evans Hall (across from the pond)
Read about the project’s background: http://bit.ly/P77V7Y
Send questions or comments to operatingprinciples@berkeley.edu
CultureCal ends on Oct. 12, so please login now. We can’t wait to hear your ideas!
Thanks,
Kia Afcari, Project Manager
Berkeley Operating Principles
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