What are you doing Sat?
- UPC, URBP, and SJSU Alums:
Below is the information that Dayana has already circulated regarding Sat's
Take BART to Berkeley Downtown Station, then walk to Student Union:
Several of us went last year - the number of employers there were
This is the ONE job fair that all urban planning students should seriously
consider attending, regardless of whether they are looking for internships
or jobs - because you get a sense of what types of employers there are, and
what they are looking for. There are even separate powerpoint presentations
by many employers.
The cost is $5.
If you are looking for a job, it's best to register ahead of time, but it's
not necessary. And of course, bring plenty of resumes if you're 'in the
Hope to see you there!
Subject: UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design Job Fair
If you're looking for a job, follow the
instructions for "Jobseeker."
Please join us for this special event.
CED JOB FAIR 2002
Saturday, April 27, 2002, 9:00
A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
UC Berkeley campus, Pauley Ballroom in the Martin Luther King Jr.
Student Center. (Located at the intersection of Telegraph Ave. and
WHO WILL BE THERE
The leading planning, architecture, transportation engineering,
environmental, public policy, and development consulting firms and
organizations will host presentations about open positions and conduct
informational interviews. A partial listing of the firms includes
Calthorpe Associates, MIG, Hart-Howerton, SWA, Dyett & Bhatia Urban and
Regional Planners, and Economic Research Associates. Watch the website
Things to do before the
First, visit the website above, click on the �Job Seeker� prompt, click
on the �Register� prompt, and create an online profile of your
educational and professional experience that firms can review before the
Second, visit the website above and review the firms that are
participating and the jobs that are being offered. Visit the website
frequently as more firms sign up each day.
Third, update your resume and bring many copies with you. (Resume
assistance is available from the Career Center website:
The Job Fair is open to the public, is free for UC Berkeley students
with Cal Student I.D, and costs $5.00 for everybody else. If you have
questions, contact Kaye Bock at (510) 643-9440 or
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