Registration is now open and available to any campus staff, students, or faculty.
CARE Services are sponsoring a paid 6-week Mindfulness Program, beginning next week at the Tang Center. The class offers CEU credits for Career Development, and is designed as a means to reduce stress, improve cognitive flexibility, foster relationship satisfaction and promote well-being and resilience. COST: $190 The… Read more…
Registration is required and limited to 40 participants; please plan on attending all sessions. Deadline for registration is October 20th.
Registration is required. Deadline for registration is September 25th.
The Staff Ombuds Office has announced their new workshops for 2015-2016. Please check out the attached flyer for details and to register: https://berkeley.box.com/staff-ombuds-2015-16 The flyer is also available as a PDF here: 2015-16 SOO rev.Classes Flyer
Selected University Extension classes are available free to UCB staff. The fall course list and registration information can be found on the UC Learning Center. Registration will be available starting on July 6.
The next cycle of KEYS supervisory classes begins July 28th. Classes are open to all campus supervisors.
Be sure to check out the upcoming Staff Appreciation Week activities; there are lots of opportunities to interact with and learn more about your fellow staff members.
The 2015 NOW Conference is a free one day career development conference for Berkeley staff. Over 500 staff are registered for this year. If you’re registered, enjoy the wide range of keynotes and sessions. If you can’t attend, be sure to watch for the session videos after the conference.
I’m happy to report that 28 UHall is being renovated and Calpact will be back in business! Please see attached flyer for dates and time of workshops through June 30th.
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- career story
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