Purple – graduate programs. Red – expiring soon. Blue – full time work. Green – summer internships.
A small company working out of Stanley Hall is seeking a paid summer intern familiar with the soft lithography process. Interested parties contact Paul Lum: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our alumnus passed this on – Neurona is still recruiting summer interns and full time employees:
Folks – this is different from our BioE undergraduate survey, but also important!
The 2022 UC Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES) is one of the best ways to share your experiences as a Berkeley undergraduate. As an incentive for your participation, when you submit the completed survey you will be automatically entered into the various drawings for Amazon.com gift cards valued at $50 and $100 each (total prizes valued at $3,000).
If you haven’t found the time to complete your 2022 UCUES, please take about 25 minutes to share your voice.
Yard Stick is looking for a Contract Bench Scientist to help us fight climate change with soil. This role will be responsible for scanning soil samples with a bench spectrometer setup at our Oakland, CA lab during May-June, 2022. While this is a non-permanent, project-based role to begin with (estimated 60-80 hours of work), Yard Stick will likely require additional help in the future of a similar nature. We welcome applicants who would be interested in either full-time or part-time work for the duration of this project. An ideal candidate is exceptionally detail-oriented, comfortable with repetitive, careful bench science, and has a passion for climate change solutions. We expect to pay $30-40/hour for this project.
Magnetic Tides is a new biotech company created to develop a novel method of non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS). NIBS provides a safe method to produce transient changes in activity within the human brain.
1) Junior Scientist. This individual will play a critical role in organizing research materials, recruiting participants, and conducting experiments with our NIBS technology, including data acquisition and analysis.
2) Entry Level Instrumentation and Control Engineer. The applicant will work closely with the R&D group, to develop, design and build our new Non Invasive Brain Stimulation technology.
I’m writing to advertise a Specialist position that opened in my lab at UCSF Mission Bay. I’m in Tanja Kortemme’s lab, which is part of the Bioengineering Dept at UCSF and the UCSF-UCB BIOE Program. The position is full-time, and would be ideal for graduating BS/MS students. Here is the job listing: https://aprecruit.
My name is Beyza and I am a group leader & sr scientist at the Protein Chemistry Dept at Genentech.
I am looking for a BS/MS level candidate, who has previous wet-lab experience working with proteins, for a researcher position in a contract role.
Please see the job posting below:
The BME department at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is hosting a Virtual Immersion in Biomedical Engineering (VIBE) program this summer. VIBE is a free 8-week program aimed at providing a virtual design experience to BME undergraduate students (3-5 hours/week). Students will participate in a team based virtual BME design challenge, develop professional skills, and interact with WPI BME faculty.
WPI VIBE Program: June 6 – July 29, 2022
Apply here by May 25, 2022
The VIBE program was launched in the summer of 2021 to increase inclusion and equity in BME. It is designed to allow students to work full time and still participate fully as we know that many students rely on funds earned over the summer. Over 350 applicants from 67 universities and 8 countries applied to the program and over 250 successfully completed the program. Final project videos of the 2020 student teams’ presentations can be viewed on YouTube here (over 65 videos, less than 4 min each).
Originally designed to be an online “summer camp,” CIP has been offering their services in the fall because of the great need of educational support, and CIP’s next session will be this summer!. CIP is typically formatted so that college students will be session leaders, teaching kids any subject at any time (once to thrice a week). Our mission statement aligns closely with community development, interactive classes, and providing resources to other communities. We realize that our program excludes those without laptops or Wi-Fi, so we raised over $20k to donate laptops and digital infrastructure to children in need. We’ve reached 250+ college students as instructors and 3000+ middle/high schoolers.
We are now recruiting instructors for Summer Session 1 (June 20-July 10) and Summer Session 2 (July 25 – August 14)! The second summer session will have a new set of students, and most session leaders choose to teach the same subject. Here is the link to our application: bit.ly/cipsl22
We have a lot of kids all across the world who would greatly benefit from the services college students have to offer. I’d really appreciate it if you could help spread the word among students in your department by forwarding this email or the attached flyer — more instructors means more free classes for our students around the world! We look forward to hearing from your members!
Feel free to email me if you have any questions! Here is our website if you would like to learn more about our cause: https://www.connectinplace.org
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The work will involve a wide range of techniques including:
- Human pluripotent stem cell culture and differentiation.
- Tissue fabrication and functional analysis.
- Immunostaining and histology
Co-advised by Abhejit Rajagopal, PhD, and Jessica Scholey, PhD. If interested please send a short email/intro with CV to email@example.com
Undergraduate students from all majors are welcome in UC Berkeley Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) classes. SCET welcomes students with diverse backgrounds, perspectives and skills to join their collider environment where they create new ideas! See the flier for a list of the Fall 2022 SCET classes which are listed under Engineering (ENGIN) course numbers starting this fall! Class details can be found on our website. Note that the classes may not be published in the Berkeley Academic Guide for a few days, but they are viewable in CalCentral.
Berkeley Lights is expanding and hiring many positions right now. We have several alumni happily working there. If you are interested in learning more before applying, contact alumnus Eric Jabart, firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Berkeley Lights, that work comes to life through our talented staff encompassing all areas of business – product management, research and development, engineering, marketing, sales and more. Our systems and technologies deliver innovative cell processing and deep profiling, which enables teams in pharma, academia and technology to bring speed and scale to antibody discovery and cell line development. We are unique, we are pioneers and we want people like you to help move us toward the future.
Now that you’ve graduated, are you ready to join a premier biotech company that values diversity, passion and creativity?
Visit www.berkeleylights.com to learn about our platforms such as the Beacon® Optofluidic System, check out our job postings on LinkedIn and contact us at email@example.com to learn more about opportunities. Look on the other side of this sheet for more product info.
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