Professional Development Resources
Career Center–The Career Center and Handshake which is exclusively for Cal students and graduates is a one-stop access to hundreds of jobs and internships, On-Campus Recruiting (OCR), as well as other employment and school resources.
UC Berkeley PhD Career Guide–Whether you are interested in pursuing a career in academia or exploring the broad range of other professional options, the Career Center has workshops, events and online resources that can help you find job announcements, prepare your credentials, and bring you face-to-face with potential employers.
QB3-Berkeley Graduate and Postdoc Career Development–The QB3-Berkeley Graduate and Postdoc Career Development office was launched in early fall 2018 to strengthen professional development support for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in the biological sciences at Berkeley. Through online resources, workshops and speaker programs, as well as other initiatives, the office will help trainees explore career options that utilize their scientific training and develop the foundational skills required for effective career planning and transitions to post-graduate careers.
Graduate Student Professional Development Guide–This guide assists Berkeley graduate students in developing core competencies that are at the heart of graduate education and can be applied to multiple career paths. Each competency is broken down into a list of skills and steps you can take to develop your abilities.
Jobs at Berkeley
if you are interested in finding a job at UC Berkeley, please see the following campus-wide job postings
Student Internships and Research Opportunities
Internships and research opportunities are a great way to connect your academic experience to an industry or research setting and to gain valuable hands-on experience and skills that can ultimately give you a competitive edge in your future job search.
Below are some essential employment, internship, and research resources for Computational Biology and/or STEM-related undergraduate and graduate students. An additional and indispensable tool is the Career Center and Handshake which is exclusively for Cal students and graduates. This is a one-stop access to hundreds of jobs and internships, On-Campus Recruiting (OCR), as well as other employment and school resources.