Industry Resources

High-achieving, highly motivated, and looking to make impact, Berkeley students are always in demand.

Scholarships, fellowships, internships, externships, and industry-sponsored research projects provide graduate and undergraduate students with opportunities to connect with your company.

Whether at a career fair or through a student group, Berkeley can help your company engage with and recruit top talent.

 

Berkeley Career Center

Resources include on-campus recruiting, free jobs board, internships and externships, employer info sessions, résumé books, career fairs, and employer partnerships.

Berkeley Digital Media and Entertainment Club

Focuses on the intersection of digital media and entertainment, through mentoring and networking, a speaker series, industry site visits, and the >play Digital Media Conference.

Berkeley Haas MBA Recruiting

MBA recruiting is coordinated through Haas Career Management Services, while undergraduate recruiting is managed via the campus Career Center.

Berkeley Innovation

Design group for students from a range of disciplines that offers hands-on experience with the design process.

Berkeley Law Recruiting    

The Law School provides prospective employers with opportunities to meet, mentor, and recruit law students, and helps students and alumni establish professional goals.

Berkeley School of Information — Recruiting

The I-School offers a number of opportunities for employers to connect with graduate students in data science and information management.

Career Fairs

Fairs target various student populations and interests. Many fill up fast and require registration well in advance; some are by invitation only; fees vary.

College of Chemistry Industry Relations

Information and personalized service for industry partners.

Computer Science Graduate Entrepreneurs

Fosters a thriving culture of entrepreneurship by collecting and transferring ideas, experience, and connections from generation to generation of entrepreneurial Berkeley alumni.

Computer Science Undergraduate Association

Hosts tech talks, hackathons, info sessions, CS workshops, LAN parties, and the biannual UCB Startup Fair.

EECS Corporate Access Program (CAP)

The Corporate Access Program (formerly the Silver Industrial Affiliates Program) enables timely technology transfer, facilitates research collaborations and recruiting, and enhances industry’s interactions with faculty and students.

Eta Kappa Nu

The Berkeley chapter of the national electrical and computer engineering honor society provides academic services, offers a résumé book, and co-produces the UCB Startup Fair.

Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership

The institute offers technical development, training in management and entrepreneurship, high-level industry collaboration, and recruiting events.

Internships and Externships

The Career Center manages a robust externship program and hosts several internship-focused résumé books and fairs.

STEM Center for Undergraduate Diversity

Highly motivated and talented undergraduates, many first in their families to attend college. STEM Scholars support each other in their academic and career paths. They engage in research, participate in professional development workshops, work collaboratively in academic study groups, and prepare for successful STEM careers and/or graduate school. Students welcome mentorship, internship and job opportunities, and/or partnerships with STEM innovators. Currently serves 200 students per year, with plans for expansion.

Student Groups

Cultivate recruiting and mentoring leads by connecting with student groups, including Computer Science Undergraduate Association, Computer Science Graduate Entrepreneurs, Sigma Eta Pi, and Eta Kappa Nu.