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CHALKING BERKELEY BUILD DAY YOUTH/YOUNG ADULT JUSTICE DIALOGUE GUMBALL CAPITAL LGBT & ALLY COLLEGE ADMISSIONS FAIRS CAL IN THE CAPITAL NEW STUDENT EVENTS CALENDAR VLSB RESERVATIONS AND POLICIES VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY GENEQ JOB OPPORTUNITIES FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY EVENT ACCESSIBILITY 1 1

Fall 2007, Issue 6

CHALKING Not Permitted
This is a reminder that chalking on campus is a direct violation of the Berkeley Campus Regulations. For more information on acceptable forms of publicity on campus, please visit the Publicity Guidelines website at http://students.berkeley.edu/osl/studentorganizations. asp?id=254&rcol=965. If you or your organization has any questions regarding publicizing events or marketing your organization, Center for Student Leadership advisors are available to meet with you. Contact CSL at 510.642.5171 or leadership@berkeley.edu or stop by 102 Sproul Hall.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
YOUTH/YOUNG ADULT JUSTICE DIALOGUE STEP IT UP! SUSTAINABILITY FAIR (CALPIRG) BERKELEY BUILD DAY 11/2

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Be a part of Berkeley Build Day and make a difference in our community! Berkeley Build Day is Cal Habitat for Humanity’s annual fundraising event that began in 2005. The goal of Berkeley Build Day is to unite the Cal community to work together and raise money for a Cal sponsored home. This year, the event will be held on November 17, 2007 from about 9am to 4pm at the Oakland worksite. 100 volunteers on teams of 5-10 will each raise $75 to go towards the “house that Cal built”. In return, volunteers will receive a free t-shirt, breakfast, lunch, and chance at raffle prizes. For more information, to donate, or to register a team visit the Berkeley Build Day website at http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~habitat/bbd.html or email Caitlyn and Hui at berkeleybuildday@gmail.com.
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Gumball Capital
Gumball Capital is a student- initiated nonprofit inspiring entrepreneurship for social impact. In November we will be hosting the Gumball Challenge, a one-week nationwide competition between universities to raise awareness and funding for microfinance and social entrepreneurial efforts.

Youth/Young Adult Justice Dialogue
Friday, November 2, 1-2:30pm, Stephens Room, MLK Student Union

Are you 18-24 and trying to plan for your future? Or do you remember what it was like to transition from being a teenager into a young adult? What would this transition be like if you did not have a home? Parents? Financial We will be competing support? Join our Youth Justice Dialogue and against Universities such as share your personal experience of being 18Stanford, Yale and UCLA 24, what issues you face daily, and what support you need. The purpose of this with various prizes going out dialogue is to bring together homeless youth/ to the top teams. young adults and college age youth/young adults to discuss how we can collaboratively Student teams will be given support one another. Come ready to share loans of $27 and a bag of and listen to the diversity of life experiences of gumballs to do something crazy and creative. They donate any money they make to a charitable cause of 18-24 year olds. their choice. This is entrepreneurship for social impact Open to people of all ages, the entire campus, and community members. Facilitated by Sara on the local level. Harris and Minh Dang of Cal Corps Public Service Center. To RSVP (encouraged) We invite any interested students to participate in this contact Sara at saraharris@berkeley.edu. challenge from November 27th to December 3rd.

More information about the Gumball Challenge and Gumball Capital can be found at www.gumballcapital.org and at our Facebook group, Cal Gumballs. Questions can be directed to calgumballs@gmail.com.

DOTCOMRADE:
An Internet acquaintance; someone you chat with but have never actually met. (urbandictionary.com) FALL 2007 & SPRING 2008 LGBT & ALLY COLLEGE ADMISSION FAIR
--Sat, Dec 1st at the University of Pennsylvania

LGBT & Ally College Admissions Fairs!

Campus Pride is sponsoring LGBT & Ally College --Friday, April 11th at the University of California, Admission Fairs designed designed specifically for San Diego colleges and universities to recruit out lesbian, gay, No registration is necessary for the public. bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students. Free and open to the public, everyone is welcome to attend the FIND OUT MORE INFO ONLINE fair(s). Please help us spread the word to area LGBT and ally youth. http://www.campusclimateindex.org/events
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Cal in the Capital Applications Due Nov. 2
Founded in 1965, CITC is a student-managed internship program housed in the Cal Corps Public Service Center. Every summer, CITC sends dozens of Berkeley students to live and work in Washington, DC. Through the program, students explore their interests, enhance their professional and leadership skills, learn about national issues and current events, network with Cal alumni, and explore the dynamic life of our nation's capital. Students who demonstrate interest in public service and social change, regardless of their academic concentration or year, are encouraged to apply. Applications are available online at http://citc.berkeley.edu/ application.php. Info Session on 10/25, 6pm, 1st floor Eshleman Hall.

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VLSB Reservations and Building Policies
Please take a moment to re-familiarize yourself with the room reservation processes and policies for VLSB. General assignment classrooms and auditoria (2030, 2032, 2038, 2062, 2066, 2070, 2040, 2050, 2060) are assigned in advance through classroom scheduling @ 2-2800 or 20313. The east lobby, building hallways, atrium, and courtyard may not be used for receptions, informational 'tabling,' event registration or sales, displays, filming, or any other organized gatherings without prior written consent of the VLSB Management (3-9998, jyon@berkeley.edu). Note: Posting of materials is to be confined to bulletin boards or easels approved for that purpose. Please use tacks or tape on bulletin boards only; stapling to bulletin boards and any posting to wall surfaces is prohibited. All such flyers will be removed immediately. For more information on VLSB room reservations and policies, please visit their website at:

http://ib.berkeley.edu/admin/facilities/vlsb/ guidelines.php

PUBLICIZE YOUR EVENTS!
New Student Events Calendar
View the new calendar at http://studentcalendar.berkeley.edu.
Benefits: 1. Easy way for student groups to advertise their events 2. Easy way for students to search for events they are interested in 3. Not buried in other campus calendar content

Steps for advertising events: 1. Go to: http://studentcalendar.berkeley.edu 2. Under “ABOUT THE CALENDAR” on the left-hand column, click the “Submit or edit an event” link 3. Login with your Cal ID 4. Fill in the “Submit an Event” form with your desired information about your student group and event 5. Submit 6. You’re done! 7. Tell your friends about the website and publicize this calendar! In case of questions, contact: Karyn Houston, Manager, ASUC Lecture Notes Online 410 Eshleman Hall, 510.642.1946 102 Sproul Hall dosl@berkeley.edu

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Fantastic Volunteer Opportunity
Tri-California Events and the San Francisco Triathlon at Treasure Island have paid volunteer opportunities, and are actively recruiting clubs and athletic teams from the San Francisco Bay Area to assist with the event this November 9-11, 2007. The race starts and finishes on Treasure Island in San Francisco. This year there are added elements as The San Francisco Triathlon at Treasure Island was named the Championship race for the “Haul to the Wall” series leading up to the Beijing Olympics. Hundreds of volunteers are needed to staff aid stations, course monitors, start/finish line, packet pick-up and offer support to 2000 elite and age group triathletes along the course. Friday, November 9, 2007 - Noon - 7pm Expo Saturday, November 10, 2007 - Olympic Distance Triathlon, Tri-California Elite Series Championship, Haul To The Wall Championship Race Sunday, November 11, 2007 - Sprint Distance Triathlon (Volunteers Needed All 3 Days) This event benefits The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research education and patient services, The Challenged Athlete Foundation and local schools. Now Accepting Volunteer Groups! Volunteers receive an official San Francisco Triathlon at Treasure Island T-shirt, meal and an opportunity to affect the lives of thousands. Volunteer groups that meet race day attendance and criteria receive payment/donation to your organization on the following scale per day: 15 - 25 Volunteers $200 25 - 50 Volunteers $400 50 - 75 Volunteers $800 For more information, please contact Meredith Rich at meredith@tricalifornia.com.

To feature an event or article in this newsletter, please contact Amanda Carlton at acarlton@berkeley.edu. Newsletters are published online bi-monthly.

GO BEARS!
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Job Opportunities
The Gender Equity Resource Center (GenEq) is looking for enthusiastic students to work in our office! We are seeking: 1. Office Assistant (work-study only)Please check the Work-Study website: workstudy.berkeley.edu (Job #7826758923) for more information. 2. Web Design and Content Management Intern The successful intern will be trained on the Content Management System. Both job descriptions and applications can be viewed at http://students.berkeley. edu/osl/geneq.asp?id=1159. Applications are due November 2, 2007, 5pm. Interviews will be conducted starting November 5, 2007. The positions start no later than November 20, 2007. For questions, please contact Christine Ambrosio at 510-643-5727 or ambrosio@berkeley.edu.

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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Junior Fellows Program
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. As one of the world’s leading think tanks specializing in international affairs, the Endowment conducts programs of research, discussion, publication, and education. The Junior Fellows Program at the Carnegie Endowment is designed to provide a substantive work experience for students who have a serious career interest in the area of international affairs. Approximately 8-10 students will be hired to work at the Carnegie Endowment on a full-time basis for a period of one year. Applicants must be graduating college seniors or individuals who have graduated within the past academic year. No one will be considered that has already started graduate studies. Applicants should have completed a significant amount of coursework in international affairs, political science, economics, history, or Russian or Chinese studies. The selection process is highly competitive. Applications and other required materials for this position are due by Friday, December 7th, 2007 to the Career Center’s Information Lab. For more information on application procedures and an extended job description, please visit http://career.berkeley.edu/ Internships/Carnegie.stm.

DID YOU KNOW…
All student organization events must be accessible to individuals with disabilities? To learn more about requesting accommodations for individuals with disabilities, go to http:// students.berkeley.edu/osl/ studentorganizations.asp?id=1469 or visit the Disability Access Services website at http://access.berkeley.edu.

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