Hi, I am Katherine Wang (Class of 2016), and I was this year’s Communications Assistant at Berkeley Connect. If you are a student in Berkeley Connect, you may have seen me running around taking pictures at your small group meetings and special events, or you may know me from my posts here. As Communications Assistant, I had […]Continue reading . . . Wrapping up a semester of Berkeley Connect
During Review Week, Berkeley Connect in Sociology students were invited to take a break from writing their final papers and join the Berkeley Connect faculty and mentors from some light refreshments. Students enjoyed the opportunity to take a relaxing break from their studies and connect one more time with their mentors.Continue reading . . . Sociology Study Break!
BC ESPM students talk to professionals in the food industry In order to help students learn more about food-related careers, Berkeley Connect teamed up with the Berkeley Food Institute and the College of Natural Resources Alumni Association to host a career panel on April 24th at the Berkeley Wireless Research Center. Invited to speak were […]Continue reading . . . What Does a Career In Food Look Like?
BC History students learn about different career paths On April 23rd, Berkeley Connect History invited Berkeley alums Lauren Benichou, Jimena Smith, and Leah Flanagan to talk about what they did with their history degrees from Cal. Lauren Benichou graduated from Cal in 2012 with a double major in history and political science and is now […]Continue reading . . . History Career Panel
ESPM students discuss networking and career timelines In last week’s small-group discussion sessions, Berkeley Connect students in Environmental Science, Policy and Management focused on their post-graduation goals and explored helpful tips for networking. Mentor Jenny Palomino and her students had much to talk about!Continue reading . . . Networking
Berkeley Connect Physics students explore science and policy On April 17th, I joined Berkeley Connect Physics mentor Jesse Livezey and his students as they discussed and debated policy suggestions for climate change and space travel. The discussion began with the very pressing issue of climate change. Why have companies & countries been so slow to react to […]Continue reading . . . Science and Policy