Whether you plan on wading or plunging into the market, here’s a chance to learn a little more about what you’re getting into.
These workshops are designed to provide an overview of the academic job search process from the perspective of the search committee and help you figure out how to present your credentials, on paper and in person, in the strongest possible manner.
These are presented by Andrew Green, Ph.D. counselor. Before returning to Berkeley, Dr. Green survived the academic job search and spent six years at Connecticut College — serving on numerous search committees.
Academic Job Search in the Sciences and Engineering
Tuesday, 3:30 – 5 pm at the Career Center’s Gold Room, 3rd floor, will be the last workshop in the series:
- August 18 • Going Live: Interviews, On Campus Interviews, and Job Talks
Academic Job Search in the Social Sciences & Humanities
Thursdays, 3:30 – 5 pm at the Career Center’s Gold Room, 3rd floor, these workshops will address a range of skill-building components:
- August 20 • Understanding the Process and Finding Job Announcements
- August 27 • Preparing your Written Application Materials
- September 3 • Going Live: Interviews, Job Talks, and Negotiating the Offer
The Career Center is located at 2440 Bancroft Way just past Sunrise Deli on the 1st block west of Telegraph Ave.
The Career Center is located at 2440 Bancroft Way (just past the Sunrise Deli on the 1st block west of Telegraph Ave).
The workshops are free, but space is limited and pre-registration is encouraged. To reserve your place, login to Callisto and click on the “Programs & Workshops” link under the “Shortcuts” menu on the right. You can search for this presentation using the keyword search.
To learn more, visit the Career Center website.