PhD Experiential Programs
Community College Diversity Mentoring Program
Santa Rosa Junior College is collaborating with UC Berkeley Career Center to offer a new mentorship program for grad students interested in exploring non-faculty roles in higher education. Mentees will be matched with management/staff mentors from SRJC. Participants will gain both mentoring support and an introduction to the range of career paths within higher education.
The 2021 Program will be held virtually during the summer (June 7- August 10) with an initial cohort of 11 participants, and applicants will be matched with mentors based on their expressed interest in areas such as:
- Student Services
- Academic Affairs/Instruction
- Finance & Budget
- Human Resources
- Institutional Planning and Research
- Experiential Component and Knowledge Sharing -
Mentees may engage in projects, case study exercises, observations, and/or program governance activities. Topics may include: overview of career pathways, best leadership and management practices and the shared governance structure at California community colleges
- Mentoring Sessions -
Mentor and mentee pairs will coordinate their schedules for meetings and professional development activities, typically 1-2 times per month
Eligibility and How to Apply
Currently enrolled UC Berkeley graduate students are eligible.march
To apply, please complete the Community College Diversity Mentoring Program Grad Student Application application form by Thursday, May 6th.
PhD Externship Program
The PhD Externship Program is on hold until visits can be conducted in person. The “Day in the Life” job shadowing experience connects PhD students and postdocs to professionals for an insider view of organizational cultures.