SAGE SCHOLARS OPEN HOUSE
Help support a UC Berkeley SAGE (Student Achievement Guided by Experience) Scholars student gain knowledge in their field of study through a paid internship. The SAGE Scholars Program was created in 1999 by the UC Office of the President to complement the UC Outreach Program. During 2000/01, the program was launched at UC Berkeley and UC Irvine, and will eventually expand to all UC campuses. Details of the program and its participants are available by following this link: www.sagescholars.berkeley.edu.
About the Program
Through the SAGE Scholars Program, companies offer paid internships to talented and highly motivated UC Berkeley students related to their field of study. Through these internships, companies provide invaluable real world business experience and training to students, as well as strong mentoring. In addition, SAGE Scholars participate in Career Development coursework given by professionals in industry to enhance the SAGE Scholars business and leadership skills. Corporate sponsors also contribute to a fund that covers educational costs for all interns. The program targets students with financial need who can greatly benefit from the program's unique combination of financial support, work experience and mentoring.
SAGE Open House
On Thursday, March 6 the UC Berkeley's SAGE Scholars Program will be hosting an open house at Chiron Corporation located at 5300 Chiron Way, Building 4, Emeryville. Businesses will meet UC Berkeley's SAGE Scholars and learn how they can develop a diverse workforce of highly skilled and motivated future employees, and save on recruitment, training and turnover costs. The Guest Speakers will be Marjorie Weingrow, Director of the SAGE Scholars Program and Professor David Levine from the UC Berkeley Walter A. Haas School of Business, who has written many books on Industrial Relations such as Working in the Twenty-First Century: Government Policies for Learning, Opportunity, and Productivity, and Reinventing the Workplace: How Business and Employees Can Both Win.
Do not miss this chance to generate a positive exposure in the community, network with other businesses, as well as learn more about the SAGE Scholars Program. For more information about the SAGE Scholars Program, go to www.sagescholars.berkeley.edu/. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510-642-2203.
SAGE Scholars Program
Corporate Relations Coordinator
University of California
130 California Hall #1504, Berkeley, CA 94720-1504
Tel. (510) 642-2203 Fax. (510) 642-4932 sagescholars.berkeley.edu WWW
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