Looking to get involved? Wanting to give back to your peers and community? Well, there are many opportunities within the CE3 umbrella, including: Educational Opportunity Program, Student Parents Center, Transfer Student Services, Cal Independent Scholars Network, Cal Veteran Services Center, Re-entry Student Services, and Undocumented Students Program. In addition to the listed opportunities, keep in mind that there are many other ways to be an active member of our community by attending CE3 events and volunteering in outreach programs


Peer Academic Counselor Intern (iPACs)
Assist with various projects, participate in weekly staff and training meetings, and shadow Peer Academic Counselors (PACs) as they advise students regarding academic, personal, and career or vocational questions during office hours. By participating, iPACs have access to professional Academic Counselors, develop transferrable skills in leadership and program planning, and may develop a clear understanding of the need for quality and professional counseling services for low-income, first generation, or undocumented college students. To apply, Click Here!

Student Intake Intern
The internship is designed to provide students an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills by representing the Educational Opportunity Program office (EOP) in a professional manner, while maintaining that ever-important personal approach. It is through this position that students, faculty and staff form their first impression of EOP. By taking on the role as the first point of contact, interns play a vital role in the way others view the unit. By working closely with professionally trained counselors, Center for Educational Equity and Excellence (CE3) programs, and Peer Academic Counselors (PAC), receptionists will take part of enhancing student’s academic performance and facilitating their adjustment to Berkeley.

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Student Parent Center Intern

Become a knowledgeable resource for student parents by providing information and assistance in obtaining family housing, child care, financial aid, health care coverage, social service benefits and other supports to ensure retention at Cal. Including academic resources and mentoring for balancing school and parenting. Participate in the development and coordination of specific projects for student families, such as the Food Pantry, CalDads, New and Expecting Student Parents, Student Parent Association for Retention and Recruitment (SPARR). To apply, CLICK HERE!

Community Based Intern

Volunteer in a community based organization serving children, youth and/or families to gain valuable skills and insight for future career opportunities. Student shall arrange their own volunteer project at a organization that best aligns with his/her own career path ie. school, childcare program, or other non-profit or public service setting. To apply, CLICK HERE!

Student Parent Ambassador, Paid Postion

Ambassadors provide an essential role at the Student Parent Center as the first point of contact for new and continuing undergraduate and graduate student parents. Knowledgeable of student parent resources regarding: financial aid, housing, childcare, dependent health care, pregnancy, parenting resources, and social services. Greets and welcomes student parents and their families. Direct students to the appropriate staff based on student needs and help raise awareness of Student Parent Center sponsored workshops, events, drop-in hours and scholarship opportunities via social media. Provide administrative support ( support) while maintaining the Student Parent Center community space as a safe, caring and humane environment as aligned with the UC Berkeley Principles of Community. To apply, CLICK HERE!

What to expect after applying..

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Peer Advocate Intern
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Information and Referral Desk Intern
Be part of a dynamic and supportive community at the Transfer Center. Interns meet with students at the referral desk and provide information and referral assistance. Interns welcome students and visitors and are critical to provide a welcoming environment at the center.

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Community Service Intern
Interns develop/implement community service projects. Some examples include social media coordinators, communications coordinators, classroom student assistants, and mentoring community college students. Students will complete 3 service hours per week for each academic unit earned. Students may focus their service learning activities on the direct provision of information, referral and peer advising services and/or develop a specific project designed to improve, extend or enhance services and resources for the transfer student population.

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