Make an Appointment
Listed below are options for appointments with Career Center counselors, here at the Career Center and elsewhere on campus. You can schedule an appointment online or take advantage of our many drop-in and mini appointment counseling options.
Available to students beginning Spring semester of their freshmen year. Fall-semester freshmen are welcome to utilize drop-in appointments and all of the resources available on our website.
In-depth questions about:
- career readiness
- career & major exploration
- internship & job search strategies
- interview prep
- graduate school (except pre-health professions)
- LinkedIn assistance/profile reviews
In-depth questions about:
- preparation and planning
- application timeline
- clinical experiences and research
- mock interview
The Career Counselor for International Students supports Cal international students through career counseling, programming and resource development. She is available to assist in areas of major/career exploration, job/internship search process and graduate school preparation.
Monday - Friday between 9am – 4pm
During the academic year, College of Letters & Science students may meet with a career counselor in 217 Evans Hall on Tuesday afternoons.
It's easy to sign up! Using your Handshake account, select "Appointments" (under "Career Center"), then "Schedule A New Appointment." BE SURE TO CHOOSE A SLOT where the "Appointment Medium" says "217 Evans."
NOTE: L&S students may also schedule a 30-minute career counseling appointment at the Career Center, available daily between 9:30am and 4:30pm. Sign up online
College of Environmental Design (CED) students have the option to meet with a career counselor at 703 Wurster Hall DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR ONLY.
Please follow the link below to sign up for appointments at 703 Wurster on the following days:
NOTE: CED students may also schedule a 30-minute Career Counseling Appointment at the Career Center on Tuesdays. Sign up online
Speak with our local Peace Corps Representative to learn more about volunteer opportunities in the Peace Corps and to address your questions about the application process. Appointments can be at the Career Center or the Peace Corps office in Downtown Oakland.
Speak with our local Teach for America representative to learn more about developing leadership skills in the fight against educational inequity through a full-time classroom teaching position. Juniors and Seniors welcome to apply. Appointments will take place at the Career Center and Cafe Milano Tuesday-Thursday to address questions about the organization and the application process. To schedule a time please email, call or text:
Speak with the Diplomat in Residence for the Northwest Region (AK, Northern CA, OR, WA) housed in the Career Center at UC Berkeley. Micaela Schweitzer-Bluhm holds office hours. Email her directly to set up an appointment at DIRNorthwest@state.gov