EPS Career Seminars
Students are encouraged to attend one of our EPS Career Seminars, where alumni from our undergraduate and graduate programs talk about what they are currently working on, and their journey after leaving EPS.
EPS LinkedIn Group
Our EPS LinkedIn group is a great resource for current students and alumni! There, alumni and faculty members regularly post opportunities that are relevant to our department. Please click here to join.
Student internships are available both in the summer and also during the semester. An internship is a wonderful and effective way to connect your academic experience with the professional work arena. It allows you to gain valuable exposure to the workplace, provides the opportunity for skill development, and gives you a competitive edge in the job search.
Links to Internship Pages:
UC Natural Reserve System Field Studies Program California Ecology and Conservation
- Click here for more information on UNAVOcareers
- Click here for more information on BC Water Jobs
- Click here for more information on Sonoma Technology, Inc.
The Career Center
The Career Center prepares undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni to make informed decisions about their futures by providing comprehensive resources, programs, and counseling on career development, internships, employment, and graduate school.
The Career Center is available to help fulfilling their mission through:
* First-class customer care that represents the highest level of customized quality service.
* A wide range of partnerships with employers, graduate schools, and campus academic and administrative departments that contribute to the breadth and effectiveness of our services.
* State-of-the-art technology that maximizes accessibility to our resources and services.
Connecting majors to careers information here
Career Counseling Center
Find out how the Career Counseling Library could help you with...
- Access your interest, personality, values, and skills
- Choose a major
- Explore career options
- Research graduate and professional schools
Access to the Career Counseling Library and a Career Counselor are free for UC Berkeley students/staff/faculty.
Click here for more information.
Your Faculty Major Advisors
Your faculty major advisor can be a great resource if you'd like to discuss or brainstorm what you can do with your major. They often also receive opportunity information from various organizations and alumni, so please feel free to ask them!