On-campus Opportunities 

Updated 11/11/18: 

Housing & Dining Sustainability Team: Food Literacy Coordinator

(Handshake #2155916) will coordinate initiatives that promote the importance of supporting food that is environmentally sound, nutritious, and just. Their projects will help consumers understand and reflect on the social and environmental implications of food choice and encourage practices that promote food justice.

Interested students should send their cover letter and resume to Heliya at heliya@berkeley.edu.

Closing Date: November 25th

Housing & Dining Sustainability Team:Food Waste Reduction Coordinator

(Handshake #2155953) will coordinate and communicate about food waste reduction initiatives including food recovery and educational events that highlight the social and environmental implications of food waste. 

Interested students should send their cover letter and resume to Ella at ellak.griff@berkeley.edu

Closing Date: November 25th


Updated 11/4/18: 


Residential Life’s Student Staff Experience Committee: Residential Assistant

Residential living provides numerous opportunities for students to develop leadership skills, shape the culture of residence hall life, advocate on behalf of students, and serve others. Whether your passion is the environment, health education, keeping others safe, or building community, there’s a way for you to contribute through a myriad of volunteer roles. In addition, the residence halls provide many opportunities for student employment.

Application Details

Closing Date: November 11th, 2018 

Updated 10/21/18: 

Student Food Collective: Student Kitchen Staff


Two part-time positions are available for students looking for a job building out the Student Kitchen. We’re looking for staff to help us build out the radical expansion of the student-driven initiative to provide the most affordable meals on campus — and minimize the campus’ food waste in the process. Positions are 12 hrs/week and pay $15/hr working for the Student Kitchen Coalition and the Berkeley Student Food Collective and start as early as October. Questions can be addressed to director@foodcollective.org
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Updated 9/16/18:

Big Ideas: Energy and Resource Alternatives 

The challenge for this category is to encourage the adoption of clean energy and/or resource alternatives that are sustainable and have the potential for broad impact. Proposals may focus on the design, development or delivery of green energy solutions that can be domestic or international in scope. All proposals should clearly demonstrate the relationship between the proposed intervention and its impact on the environment.

Solutions may focus on several areas, including but not limited to: (1) clean, renewable energy technology; (2) land/watershed management; (3) climate change adaptation; (4) habitat restoration and/or maintenance; (5) Resource reduction/waste prevention.

Application Details

Closing Date: November 14


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