Weekly Opportunities - August 29, 2016
1. Psychology Department Welcome Event
Welcome back to the semester! The psychology department will be hosting a welcome event for all psychology students. 
When: Tuesday, August 30th, 2016 from 12:00pm - 2:00pm 
Where: Tolman Breezeway 
Who: For all Psychology Majors and New Transfer Students 
Why: Come meet your department Chair, Professor Ann Kring, and the Vice Chairs, Professor Serena Chen & Professor Lance Kriegsfeld 
See you there! 
2. Research Assistant Positions - Psych 99/199
Gain research experience in a faculty member's lab! Receive 1 unit of credit for every 3 hours of work per week in the lab. Students may enroll up to 3 units total.  
3. Big Ideas Courses and L&S Discovery Courses - Fall 2016
At this point in time all the fall Big Ideas Courses and Discovery Courses have space in them, although some are getting close to full. Looking for great breadth courses? We have a new SBS breadth course on Energy and Civilization, and a new AL course on Edible Stories. Phase II is our big phase, so hurry if you want to nab one of these courses! 
4. Enrollment changes
Registering at Berkeley consists of two steps: enrolling in classes and paying your bill.
Note: You need to pay at least 20 percent your bill by August 19, or you will be dropped from your courses.
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    1. Program Assistant in Center for Latin American Studies
    2. SAT and ACT Coaches
    3. Psychological Technicians and Administrative Assistants
    4. Research Assistant - Laboratory for Human Neuroscience - Northwestern University
    5. SFVAMC Study Coordinator
    6. Paraprofessionals (Instructional Support Specialists) for Autism Program classrooms
    7. eLearning Assistant for the SIS Training Team 

    1. Program Assistant in Center for Latin American Studies

    Looking for an opportunity to work in an exciting workplace that serves as the hub for Latin America-related activities and research at UC Berkeley? The Center for Latin American Studies seeks a motivated student to assist with general program support, including but not limited to: assistance with preparation and execution of public events and conferences; interacting with students, faculty, and the general public; publicity efforts for CLAS events via social media and flyer distribution; general administrative support; video and photography support at public events. Please include a cover letter with resume.

    Email Resume at diony@berkeley.edu

    Workstudy job listing website: http://financialaid.berkeley.edu/work-study

    Job # ( for both positions): 6524328119

    2. SAT and ACT Coaches

    Study Smarter, a small, top-level tutoring business based in the East -

    Bay Area, is looking to hire and train an enthusiastic new test preparation tutors. We’re searching for strategy-oriented people who can help every student achieve a personal best. This position comes with a fun, casual work environment as well as extensive support and job mentoring.

    The ideal applicant is conscientious with a dynamic personality, has strong interpersonal ability, and has an interest in skill development. Although applicants should be enthusiastic and willing to learn, no prior teaching or SAT/ACT coaching experience is required. Paid training begins after hiring.

    Unlike many other tutoring positions, our test prep tutors have the advantage of working full-time hours. This position also provides fully paid health, dental, and vision benefits. Start date and schedule are flexible.

    If you’re interested in teaching, learning about learning, fantastic coworkers, and flexibility accompanied by fiscal stability, please get in touch.


    • Proven excellence on a standardized test- SAT: 650+ per section, ACT: 29+, GRE scores, or an exam administered by Study Smarter
    • A two-year committment (with flexible scheduling throughout)
    • Reliable personal transportation

    Please apply by calling 510.350.8444 and submitting a resume and cover letter to jobs@studysmarter.com.

    3. Psychological Technicians and Administrative Assistants - Oakland, CA 

    TSRC Administrative Assistant job post

    TSRC Psych Tech Job Description 

    Please contact Christian Asuelo, the Practice Administrator for the Trauma & Stress Recovery Center, at (415) 346-8650 for questions or inquiries. 

    4. Research Assistant - Laboratory for Human Neuroscience - Northwestern University

    The Laboratory for Human Neuroscience, under the direction of Dr. Joel Voss, is seeking one full-time Research Assistant. Current research in the laboratory involves neuroimaging, noninvasive brain stimulation, and eye-tracking methods for studying memory. The successful candidate will contribute to an ongoing, large-scale study on the effects of noninvasive brain stimulation on memory brain networks, supported by the National Institute on Aging and the National Institute of Mental Health. Primary responsibilities involve administration of noninvasive brain stimulation, collection of MRI and behavioral data, data organization, and assisting with data summaries and analyses. Other responsibilities include basic clerical tasks and other related duties.

    The ideal candidate will possess:

    • A bachelor’s degree in neuroscience, psychology or related field
    • Experience in cognition and/or neuroscience experiments with humans (especially EEG or MRI)
    • Experience working with special populations
    • Strong organization abilities and excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Basic experience with at least one computer programming language
    • A commitment of two years is required.

    For more information about the laboratory, please visit: http://www.lhn.northwestern.edu/.

    Northwestern University is committed to fostering diversity. Salary and benefits are competitive.

    To apply, please visit: http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers/ and respond to job posting:28680.

    Please include with your application a letter of interest, your C.V., and names of three reference providers. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

    5. SFVAMC Study Coordinator

    The Stress and Resilience Laboratory at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) is seeking qualified individuals to assist with multiple research projects focused on PTSD.

    If you are interested in applying, please email a cover letter and resume to the following email addresses with the subject heading: “Study Coordinator: Stress and Resilience Lab”:sabra.inslicht@ucsf.educindy.m.villanueva@gmail.com         

    U.S. Citizenship required.

    Position Description:

    The Study Coordinator will assist in managing several research studies in the Stress and Resilience Laboratory. These research projects investigate the neurobiological and psychological factors of learning and memory in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. The position is ideal for individuals seeking experience in a high caliber academic environment and to advance a career in behavioral health/research. The lab is seeking a minimum 2-year commitment for this position. This is a part-time position, with the possibility to be extended to full-time. Salary is commensurate with education and relevant experience.

    Essential Duties Include:

    • Scheduling/facilitating study visits with participants, including obtaining informed consent and adhering to all human subjects research regulations
    • Coordinate administration of the study protocol involving a fear conditioning/ psychophysiological task and biological sample collection (including blood, saliva, hair samples)
    • Prepare and manage Institutional Review Board Documentation and grant applications
    • Coordinate all aspects of data collection and management, including entry, verification and analysis
    • Manage shipment of biological samples to offsite laboratory, sample tracking, and correspondence with laboratories
    • Plan and Track Budgets
    • Coordinate recruitment, screening, tracking, and retention of participants
    • Collaborate with study team and PI to continuously improve procedures
    • Additional responsibilities will depend on current needs of the research group, and may include assisting with programming of tasks, analyzing scientific data, manuscript preparation, conference presentations preparation

    Required Qualifications:

    • B.A. or B.S. in Psychology or other related field
    • 1-2 years previous experience in human subjects research including IRB correspondence
    • Experience drafting grant submissions specific to awarding institution (UCSF, DoD, NIH) and coordinating submission deadlines
    • Ability and experience in conducting and coordinating psychological research studies, including tracking of participants, data entry and management using database software (e.g., Excel, Access), analyzing and interpreting patient medical and psychiatric records
    • Experience working with Superlab or Acqknowledge Software
    • Psychophysiology measurement experience using Biopac or similar equipment
    • Ability to communicate with individuals of varying educational and social backgrounds about potentially sensitive issues.
    • Knowledge of and experience with advertising and marketing.
    • Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
    • Must be highly organized and detail oriented

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience with grant and budget preparation
    • Experience in administering structured psychiatric interviews
    • Prior experience in a mental health setting

    6. Paraprofessionals (Instructional Support Specialists) for Autism Program classrooms

    Emerson Elementary is a full service Title One community school located in the Temescal area of north Oakland.  At Emerson, Instructional Support Specialists work under the supervision of a special education teacher to deliver language, social skills, and academic instruction to students with mild to moderate autism. The ISS position is a critical part of Emerson's special education program and ISSs routinely use the experience gained to move on to careers in teaching, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, school psychology, and applied behavioral analysis. ISSs from Emerson have also gone on to graduate programs at UC Berkeley, University of Washington, Marquette, and Stanford.

    The ISS position begins in late August and is 10 months per year with the option to work 4 weeks during the summer. This position requires a bachelor's degree. Excellent benefits and training provided. For more information please contact Susan McWilliams

    Phone or Text: (510) 761-1327     

    Email: susan.mcwilliams@ousd.org 

    For more information about Emerson: http://www.ousd.org/emerson

    7. eLearning Assistant for the SIS Training Team 

    Position Overview

    Do you want an opportunity to do work that will positively impact every other student on campus?  Then consider joining the Student Information Systems (SIS) Project Training Team. The SIS Project is a complex, multi-year initiative that will replace the University’s aging, disparate and outdated systems with an integrated, centralized system. The Training Team coordinates all the outreach and training activities in support of the SIS Project. Based on user needs, they provide full- and part-time employees with training in a lab, classroom, or group environment, as well as in individual sessions, and they produce training documentation accessible to all staff, including manuals, videos, and online content.

    The eLearning Assistant is responsible for helping students, as well as faculty and staff use the new CalCentral by developing clear, concise, and, ideally, fun explanatory videos and online materials.  He or she will also provide general training and administrative support as part of the larger Training Team, including hosting training events for students as needed. Ideal candidates will have experience in Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Powerpoint and have strong writing skills.  The eLearning Assistant must be responsible, friendly, and able to work both independently and as part of a larger team.  

    Working on the SIS Project is a demanding job - the expectations are very high - but the rewards are great. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team consisting of professional and student administrators, developers, project managers, and support staff. The outcomes of the project will impact the campus for years - even decades - to come.


    • Most hours will be spent working in the office (conveniently located on the south side of campus at 2850 Telegraph Ave.) but there may be opportunities to work remotely.
    • You will be working on a enterprise-wide IT project gaining direct experience that can help launch your career.  
    • You can make your ideas about how to make the online web experience for students, staff, and faculty a reality.

    Required Qualifications

    • Advanced skills with Adobe Creative Suite (i.e., AfterEffects, Premier, InDesign, Photoshop, )
    • Proficient with Microsoft Powerpoint
    • Excellent writing skills
    • Responsible and dependable
    • Friendly and approachable
    • Ability to work productively in teams
    • Able to work independently on assigned, sometimes complex, projects and complete them with minimal instruction
    • Strong organizational and administrative skills
    • Minimum GPA of 2.0
    • Successful completion/clearance of a UC criminal background check and fingerprinting through the UC Police Department
    • Ability to work 30-40 hours/week during Summer 2016


    • Teaching, training or public speaking skills,
    • Ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of clients and staff
    • Technical documentation experience
    • PeopleSoft experience
    • Minimum GPA of 2.3
    • Ability to work summer and fall

    Terms of Employment

    • The period of employment for this position commences immediately and continues through the end of the summer 2016, with the possibility of extending through the fall, pending satisfactory job performance.
    • The eLearning Assistant is paid a wage of $15.00 per hour. The position's classification title is Student Assistant III. The eLearning Assistant must be a spring 2016 or summer 2016 enrolled UC Berkeley student with a minimum GPA of 2.0 (2.3 or higher preferred).   Students with less than a 2.3 GPA may be asked to limit their work hours.
    • The student is required to work 20-30 hours per week during the summer. A work schedule will be determined in consultation with your supervisor.
    • Initial employment with the SIS Training Team is contingent upon the successful completion/clearance of a UC criminal background check through the UC Police Department.
    • The student must complete training about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
    • Continued employment is contingent upon satisfactory job performance evaluation by your supervisor.
    • It is a requirement that anyone in this position work in a safe and responsible manner while not putting himself/herself or others at risk. This includes complying with applicable policies and regulations; observing warning signs; learning about potential hazards; and reporting unsafe conditions.

    Job Duties

    Under the direction of the Outreach and Training Lead, the eLearning Assistant will perform the following duties:Examples of eLearning Assistant Duties

    • Develop videos explaining aspects of CalCentral to students.
    • Develop text or online materials to explain CalCentral changes
    • Monitor social media for student comments that may need addressing
    • Host sessions to help students understand new functionality
    • Provides feedback and suggestions on training curriculum and user needs.

    Administrative Duties

    • Update the Student calendar (bCal) regularly.
    • Use JIRA tickets to track work.
    • Attend monthly all-student team meetings.
    • Maintain online training files.
    • Attends weekly Training Team meeting as available
    • Documents work hours and completed tasks

    The Bay Area Children’s Association (BACA) is currently hiring additional Allied Behavioral Health Staff The Bay Area Children’s Association (BACA), is non-profit, multidisciplinary mental health agency for children, adolescents, young adults and their families. Our clinic offers both outpatient services as well as Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP). We are looking for a dedicated, self-motivated individual to provide assistance in our adolescent IOP as an Allied Behavioral Specialist (ABS). An ideal candidate is one who is organized, works well alone on administrative tasks, and is a team player. An ABS would work closely with other support staff and our licensed mental health clinicians when the IOP is in session during afterschool hours (T-Th, 3-6pm). We are looking for someone that takes initiative, follows through on tasks, is reliable and flexible. Previous experience working with youth and/or families is preferred. If you are interested, please email Gina Nelson (gnelson@baca.org), our Director of Clinical Operations. Please send your resume and a brief description about why you want to work in the mental health field.

  • placeInternship and Volunteering Opportunities


    1. Test Librarian Psychology Clinic, Clinical Science Program 
    2. Volunteer Research at UCSF Memory and Aging Center
    3. Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Science Center Research Assistant position 
    4. Administrative and Program Internship 
    5. Research Assistants in the Emotion and Pain Laboratory at the San Francisco VA Medical Center
    6. Request for Assistance with Posting for Research Volunteers at UCSF Department of Psychiatry
    7. Mentorship and Tutoring Program - Stiles Hall 

    1. Test Librarian Psychology Clinic, Clinical Science Program 

    Two Volunteers needed at 9 hours per week each

    Location:  Psychology Clinic (2205 Tolman Hall)

    Phone:  510-642-2055 (Johanna Cates or Jamie Villegas-Reyola)

    We are seeking volunteer assistants to help with day-to-day tasks in our psychology services clinic testing center. This provides a valuable learning opportunity in the tests used in applied psychological assessment, including socio-emotional, cognitive/neuropsychological and educational/learning evaluations.

    Library duties for the Psychology Clinic Test Library:

    • Check in/out testing materials for graduate students conducting Psychological Assessments
    • Identify inventory needs
    • Keep the Library well-organized
    • Assist, as needed, graduate students with test scoring
    • Complete in-house training in ethical and confidentiality standards and security related to Protected Health Information
    • Photocopy, scan and file, as needed by Clinic staff


    • Psychology undergraduate preferred
    • Must have excellent organizational skills
    •  Professionalism
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Comfort working with spreadsheets
    • Scheduling flexibility (preferred)
    • Available at least 1-2 evenings per week (preferred)

    2. Volunteer Research at UCSF Memory and Aging Center

    Applications The Rankin Lab is currently accepting applications for student interns at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center (MAC). The MAC is a clinical research unit within the UCSF Department of Neurology that investigates the clinical (neurological, cognitive, behavioral, neuroanatomic) characteristics of patients with various neurodegenerative diseases. We are looking for part-time interns for a research lab within the MAC that primarily focuses on altered personality and socioemotional behavior in both patients and healthy aging adults, with a particular interest in the neuroanatomic substrates of social and emotional cognition (empathy, self-awareness, reading social cues, moral reasoning, etc.) This opportunity is ideal for those students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in psychology or medicine. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide-range of activities in support of a research team while furthering your knowledge of neurological functioning of both the healthy and aging population.

    Your help will be valuable in multiple areas: 

    • Preparing and organizing materials for patient testing 
    • Administrative support – copying, mailings, assembling educational and research materials
    • Data entry and filing
    • Writing for educational programs including website
    • Additional project-specific tasks such as performing chart reviews, watching and cataloguing patient videos, preparing datasets for analysis. In addition, our student interns have the opportunity to observe neurological and neuropsychological testing, case conferences, and weekly journal clubs. Please note that we are only reviewing applicants who are available at least 15-20 hours per week.

    Students can apply for the position using this link: Rankin Lab Application Form.  

    3. Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Science Center Research Assistant position 

    The Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Science Center (www.cbtscience.com) is a thriving clinical practice that is dedicated to bringing research into clinical work and training.

    We are looking for a new Research Assistant (RA) to join our team. If you are a student or recent graduate who is interested in moving toward a career that combines research with clinical work, this is the perfect position for you!

    We need someone for this position who will be available for the full academic year - September 2016 through May 2017.

    As a RA, you would have the opportunity to help us:

    • conduct literature searches
    • manage large datasets
    • analyze data and help present data analyses in research papers, conference presentations, and chapters
    • prepare research papers, conference presentations, and training workshops
    • conduct a study of how feedback provided to therapists by their clients impacts therapy outcome
    • conduct a study examining how the quality of social relationships might impact symptom change over the course of therapy
    • build infrastructure to allow us to easily collect data from our patients
    • organize and help run research meetings
    • read and present research articles to the group

    You will also be able to:

    • have limited opportunities to assist us in our clinical work
    • learn about assessments and measures used in clinical practice
    • learn about combining quantitative and qualitative research methods
    • learn about cognitive behavior therapy

    We are looking for an advanced undergraduate student or a recent college graduate who is familiar with Excel and SPSS (or willing to learn), is comfortable working independently, has experience coding and managing data, and is able to spend all day Friday at our offices (10 AM to 5 PM). We are located in the Rockridge area of Oakland, easily accessible by bus or BART. This is a volunteer position, so unfortunately we are not able to pay for your time.

    If you’re interested, please send a CV and a description of why you are interested in this position to Dr. Janie Hong at hong@cbtscience.com.

    4. Administrative and Program Internship 

    About Exhale: Exhale is an award-winning, national organization whose mission is to create a social climate where each person’s unique experience with abortion is respected, supported and free from stigma. Through direct services, leadership development and communications, Exhale’s pro-voice movement is transforming public dialogue about abortion.


    The Administrative and Program Internship is an opportunity for an undergraduate or graduate student to improve their skills around nonprofit administration, office management, and program support. This is a paid, temporary, non-exempt position. The duration of the internship will be 3-6 months beginning in September or October. Candidates must be available to work 10-15 hours per week.


    • Process requests for materials and resources
    • Respond to emails sent to Exhale’s general inbox
    • Utilize Salesforce database for data cleanup and organization
    • Assist with social media tracking and evaluation
    • Assist with mailings and communications
    • Work on the production of the annual Talkline report
    • Assist with review and editing of organizational documents and guides
    • Assist with volunteer counselor training logistics
    • Back-up support for staff when out of the office
    • Some light lifting and other tasks as needed


    • Promote an atmosphere in keeping with Exhale’s vision, mission, values, and goals
    • Desire to grow professionally and/or personally, especially in the areas of nonprofit administration and program support
    • Experience with office/administrative work
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
    • Experience with Salesforce or other databases is a plus
    • Interest and/or experience with social media
    • Ability to both follow directions and perform independently
    • Commitment to working as a part of a team
    • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Comfortable with learning new technologies

    Application Process: Candidates are invited to submit a resume and a cover letter to careers@exhaleprovoice.org - please be sure to put “Administrativeand Program Intern” in the subject line of your email. Deadline is September 30th.

    Exhale is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified individuals to apply for open positions regardless of race, color, religion, sex, and sexual orientation. 

    5. Research Assistants in the Emotion and Pain Laboratory at the San Francisco VA Medical Center

    We are looking for bright, enthusiastic individuals to volunteer in the Emotion and Pain (ePain) Laboratory at the San Francisco VA Medical Center

    Who we are: We are the ePain Laboratory Laboratory at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and UCSF. We are examining how the brain processes pain and emotion in people susceptible and/or resilient to trauma. We use various methods to examine pain and emotion: qualitative sensory testing with heat and cold, thermal grill illusion, repeated brief heat application, fear conditioning, and other methods.

    Research Assistants will be responsible for various duties, including but not limited to:

    • Recruitment calls
    • Phone screens
    • Database management
    • Marketing

    Psychology, cognitive science, social welfare, pre-med, or other majors interested in getting clinical experience with veterans who have PTSD, exposure to trauma, or are healthy are encouraged to apply. This position requires 8-16 hours per week for at least one year.

    What we are looking for:

    • Interest in clinical psychology/research
    • Familiarity with PTSD
    • Ability to keep detailed records
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Familiarity with data collection
    • Recruitment experience is a plus

    Research assistants need to be adaptable/flexible, have excellent interpersonal skills, and be motivated.

    Benefits of working with us: gain valuable experience in a reputable setting, get a letter of recommendation upon completing position successfully, and help veterans!

    To apply, please contact Nidhi at epainlaboratory@gmail.com. In your e-mail, please attach a cover letter and resume/CV.

    For more information on our lab, please visit epain.ucsf.edu.

    6. Request for Assistance with Posting for Research Volunteers at UCSF Department of Psychiatry

    Volunteer Research Assistant Position

    University of California, San Francisco

    Department of Psychiatry

    Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute

    Dr. Danielle Ramo’s lab at the University of California, San Francisco is seeking 1 or 2 research volunteers who are interested in acquiring training experiences in the area of digital health intervention and substance abuse.

    Volunteers will be working on a study that aims at developing novel Facebook intervention to treat tobacco use and heavy episodic drinking among young adults. Duties will include helping with developing the interventions and performing user tests on Facebook. Volunteers may also be asked to perform literature searches on relevant topics, and help to prepare conference presentations. There may be opportunities to deliver smoking and drinking interventions to young adults through Facebook and/or to help publish research results. Interest in clinical research in the addictions and experience with Facebook are essential. Experience with survey and database software (e.g., Qualtrics, Excel) is preferred. We are looking for people who can come to our research clinic at the Parnassus campus of UCSF, work 16 hours per week and make a commitment of at least one year.

    If interested, please send your resume and a letter of interest to Manpreet Kaur at Manpreet.Kaur@ucsf.edu

    7. Mentorship and Tutoring Program - Stiles Hall 

    Stiles Hall has been around for over 130 years serving the Berkeley community. Throughout the 50’s and 60’s, this non profit organization played a significant role in bringing activists like Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X to our campus prior to the Free Speech Movement. Today, Stiles Hall is in the forefront of private initiatives to promote inclusion at Cal. Our dedication to engage UC Berkeley students with the larger Berkeley community has been successful throughout the years. Mentors are matched with children from local elementary schools to foster a positive relationship and yield role models, friends, and advocates. Mentoring Sites are LeConte Elementary and Rosa Parks Elementary. Tutors provide space to create strong one-on-one relationships through structured supervised tutoring. Tutoring Stiles are LeConte Elementary, Cragmont Elementary and King Middle School.

    Hours vary for programs and are mostly flexible. Units available!

    Please refer to http://www.stileshall.org/get-involved/ for more details.

    Apply here http://www.stileshall.org/get-involved/application/ online!

    We are located at 2400 Bancroft Way on the corner of Dana and Bancroft.

    Please feel free to email me at communityservice@stiles.org for any questions

  • whatshotMiscellaneous


    1. Career Center Fairs Fall 2016
    2. Mastering the Social Sciences Workshop Series at SLC
    3. StirFry Seminars Mindful Facilitation Certificate Program
    4. Weome Week Info Sessions for Students interested in Education/ Youth Work
    5. Apply to be a BUILD Reading Mentor (for Work Study or Units) 
    6. Mini-Workshop for Therapists and Helping Professionals
    7. Sociology 198: Getting into Graduate School (GIGS)
    8. Transfer Student Success
    9. Strategy Consulting Opportunities at Parthenon-EY

    1. Career Center Fairs Fall 2016

    2. Mastering the Social Sciences Workshop Series at SLC

    The  Student Learning Center (SLC) Social Science Program is happy to announce the   We designed these workshops for incoming first-year students, new transfer students, and continuing students taking social science courses who are seeking to develop useful learning processes. 

    Students can RSVP for any or all of these free workshops occurring the first two weeks of classes. The workshop topics, days/times, & attached flyer can be found below.


    SLC Mastering the Social Sciences Workshops/Individual Consulatations: Online RSVPs

    3. StirFry Seminars Mindful Facilitation Certificate Program

    2-Year Online Training Program:

    October 1, 2016- September 30, 2018

    To register: http://www.stirfryseminars.com/certification

    This 2-year program provides an online intensive level communication and facilitation training to those wishing to develop their cultural intelligence, as well as individual and group process skills from a Mindful Facilitation and multicultural perspective. This program will also provide participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively work with educational and social institutions, professional environments, and diverse communities on diversity issues and cross cultural needs and concerns.

    Contact Ellen Muhammad at ellen@stirfryseminars.com or call 510-204-8840 x103

    4. Welcome Week Info Sessions for Students interested in Education/ Youth Work

    Education Field Studies and youth opportunities at these Welcome Week info sessions through the Graduate School of Education:

    Education Field Studies: Units to Tutor/Mentor/Teach

    Monday, Aug 22, 11am-noon, 166 Barrows

    Did you know you can earn units to mentor, tutor, or teach? There are dozens of opportunities through Education Field Studies. Find out how you can mentor elementary school students in reading, advise high school students on college requirements, tutor your peers at Cal, and more! 

    Work with Youth - Tutor, Mentor, Teach!

    Monday, Aug 22, noon-1pm, 166 Barrows

    Working with youth is a great way to gain experience and explore career options in teaching, youth development, or nonprofit program management. Find out more about  ways you can work with K-12 youth and local schools. We'll highlight relevant undergraduate classes in the Graduate School of Education, field studies opportunities, paid tutoring/mentoring programs, and more. There will be snacks!

    5. Apply to be a BUILD Reading Mentor (for Work Study or Units) 

    Do you like working with youth? Do you have Work Study or need field units?
    Become a BUILD mentor and help k-5th graders learn to read! BUILD mentors work in teams at 20 East Bay elementary schools. If you do not have Work Study, you cannot be paid but can work for units or as a volunteer. Average time commitment 5-10 hours/week afternoons. 

    Deadline:  Thursday, Sept. 1

    Apply:  http://publicservice.berkeley.edu/build

    Info Session: Mon, Aug 22, noon-1pm 166 Barrows

    Pay: $12.53/hour in Work Study or 1-2 field study units              

    Math jobs: To be a math tutor go to: publicservice.berkeley.edu/bridgingberkeley

    6. Mini-Workshop for Therapists and Helping Professionals

    Melting the Shame Freeze: 
    Somatic Techniques to Create Safety and Build Attachment
    A Mini-Workshop for Therapists & Helping Professionals 
    Sponsored by Marin County Chapter of CAMFT

    with Sheila Rubin, LMFT, RDT/BCT and Bret Lyon, PhD, SEP

    Saturday, September 24, 2016
    1:00pm - 4:00pm 

    Corte Madera Town Center 

    770 Tamalpais Drive, Room 201

    Shame is the embodied belief that "something is wrong with me." Many clients—and therapists—are not aware of how unhealed shame can keep body and emotions frozen. Because shame exists in the body as well as the mind, it is helpful for therapists to work with shame somatically. In this workshop, we will explore how to utilize somatic techniques to connect more quickly and forge a therapeutic alliance with clients.

    Preregistration with Marin CAMFT is necessary. For pricing and full details, visit the Events page at www.marincamft.org or www.marincamft.org/event-2270674.

    For more information, visit our website at www.HealingShame.com. You can also check out two free 1 1/2-hour Healing Shame webinars available on the Resources page.

    7. Sociology 198: Getting into Graduate School (GIGS)

    1 unit, P/NP, meets Fridays 2:00 to 4:00pm, 120 Latimer Hall

    The popular GiGS Program now offers this yearlong  one unit course!!

    GiGS is open to all students and is dedicated to assisting first-generation, historically underrepresented and other diverse students. Mentees are UC Berkeley juniors, and seniors who work with graduate student mentors throughout the academic year to learn about graduate school, complete graduate application materials, and develop goals for post graduation plans. Students will leave this course with a better understanding of what the graduate application process entails and will be inspired to pursue academic careers and create change in the future.

    For additional info and application, see here: http://bit.ly/GiGS-mentee2016

    Questions? Contact: 

    Office for Graduate Diversity at gigs@berkeley.edu

    8. Transfer Student Success

    The Transfer Student Center is happy to announce the Transfer Student Success Workshops. These workshops introduce transfer students to resources, opportunities and academic strategies. The workshop series is intended for both incoming and continuing transfer students. 

    Attached is the workshop schedule, please feel free to share the schedule with any transfer student who may benefit from it! You may also find more information on our website at: http://transfers.berkeley.edu/workshops

    9. Strategy Consulting Opportunities at Parthenon-EY

    We would like to invite you to join us at our information session for students interested in learning more about strategy consulting opportunities at Parthenon-EY. The details are below, we hope you can join us!


    Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    Time: 4:30-6:00 PM, PT

    Location: International House - Chevron Auditorium


    Date: Thursday, September 01, 2016

    Time: 6:00-8:00 PM, PT

    Location: Cal Memorial Stadium, Field Club


    Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    Time: 11:00-4:00 PM, PT

    Location: Kleeberger Field House, Recreational Sports Facility


    Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2016

    Time: 11:59pm PT

    Apply via Callisto


    Date: Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    Time: 11:59pm PT

    Apply via Callisto

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact Campus Recruiter Mala Bingham at mala.bingham@parthenon.ey.com

    About Parthenon-EY

    Parthenon joined Ernst & Young LLP on 29 August 2014. Parthenon-EY is a strategy consultancy, committed to bringing unconventional yet pragmatic thinking together with our clients’ smarts to deliver actionable strategies for real impact in today’s complex business landscape. Innovation has become a necessary ingredient for sustained success. Critical to unlocking opportunities is Parthenon-EY’s ideal balance of strengths – specialized experience with broad executional capabilities – to help you optimize your portfolio of businesses, uncover industry insights to make investment decisions, find effective paths for strategic growth opportunities and make acquisitions more rewarding. Our proven methodologies along with a progressive spirit can deliver intelligent services for our clients, amplify the impact of our strategies and make us the global advisor of choice for business leaders.