On-campus Opportunities 

Updated 03/17/19: 

Brown’s Herbal Garden Intern (Summer 2019)

Paid | Part-time

Brown’s Herbal Garden is a newly initiated student-run garden being funded through a Spring 2018 TGIF Grant with leadership of the Guerrilla Gardening DeCal facilitators and the Housing & Dining Sustainability Advocates (HADSA) garden coordinators. We aim to grow edible and medicinal herbs and foster an accessible interactive educational environment for our campus community to engage with sustainable food, plant medicine, and urban gardening. The intern will work closely with the Guerrilla Garden DeCal facilitators. The garden is made up of four container garden beds in the outdoor seating area of Brown’s Cafe and a 280cubic foot section of converted lawn into the nearby landscape. Additionally, the intern will help maintain the neighboring Barker Garden, and other HADSA Garden at Clark Kerr.

Application Details: Send cover letter, resume to hannahhaugenes@berkeley.edu.

Closing Date: April 5th

Updated 02/24/19: 

GIF Lab: Undergraduate Researcher

UC Berkeley’s Geospatial Innovation Facility (GIF) is currently looking for a talented undergraduate student at UC Berkeley to work on Cal-Adapt.org as a paid hourly spatial data scientist. The selected student will help support web developers at the GIF to develop web mapping tools for exploring climate change in California. Our research focuses on building data driven, user friendly, interactive tools that allow users to explore, analyze, and share complex environmental information to support climate adaptation and decision making. Under the direction of the Executive Director of the GIF, the Spatial Data Science Undergraduate Student will work closely with our small team of experienced programmers to help develop, test, and debug new climate data tools and strengthen user outreach, support, and training for ongoing grant-funded projects including an expanded Cal-Adapt 3.0. This position is for approximately 10 hours per week, depending on the student’s schedule and availability. The undergraduate will be hired as a Student Assistant at step II or step III at $15-$20 per hour. There is also the possibility of funding for additional summer hours.

Application Details: Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Nancy Thomas at nethomas@berkeley.edu.

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