Employment Workshops for International Students

Spring 2018 Berkeley Career Center Workshops

The following workshops are offered by the Berkeley Career Center. Registration on Handshake is highly recommended for all events. All events are held at the Career Center (2440 Bancroft Way, Berkeley CA).

Spring 2018 International Students Alumni Career Chat Series - 4 sessions

International students are facing extra challenge in certain career fields and professions, based on the current job market and visa landscape. The Career Center is providing this international alumni panel series based on four selected career fields (a. Business Careers for Non-business Majors, b. Architecture, Planning & Environmental Design, c. Arts & Communication, and d. Public Policy and Nonprofit) to help you learn from alumni who "walk the walk" to share their experience and strategies in job search, their perspectives on the career path and advancement of their professions, and any advice and feedback they have for you in establishing your career in that field. This is a casual and safe environment for you to ask your specific questions, learn from the insiders from your interested field, and build up meaningful professional connections.

 

International Students Alumni Career Chats - Business Career for Non-business Majors

Tuesday, February 13, 6:00-7:00PM, I-House Sproul Rooms

 

International Students Alumni Career Chats - Architecture, City Planning & Urban Design

Tuesday, March 13, 6:00-7:00PM, Wurster 305

 

International Students Alumni Career Chats - Arts, Media & Communication

Monday, March 19, 6:00-7:00PM, Career Center Gold Room

 

International Students Alumni Career Chats - Government, Public Policy, Nonprofit

Tuesday, April 3, 6:00-7:00PM, Career Center Gold Room

 

Alumni Panel: Unwritten Rules of American Workplace for Int'l Students

Thursday, April 19, 6:00-7:00PM, Career Center Gold Room (3rd Floor)

This event can be a good preparation for your upcoming internship or full-time job!

Want to know what it takes to succeed in the U.S. workplace or finding internship or job in the U.S.? What cultural differences should you consider? Find out from a panel of Cal international students and alumni who will share their first-hand experience and insights on the following topics: 1. The cultural differences to be aware of during U.S. recruiting process 2. How to adjust to working in the U.S. workplace (e.g., how to start strong, small talk and behave in social settings) 3. How to integrate into the team, build up relationships with colleagues, and cultivate a mentor 4. Do’s and Don’ts when working professionally.