I have worked for UC Berkeley Extension for 12 years. My typical duties include content marketing, social media marketing and photography.
 
My areas of responsibilities—or beats—are Art and Design, Construction and Sustainability, and Technology and Information Management. Design in its most expansive definition pulls together these areas, and integrates my particular interests in painting, photography, architecture, irrigation systems and user experience.
 
I interview students, talk with instructors and industry experts, and research employment opportunities of interest to students who are looking to enter new career categories or improve their understanding. If there is a topic you'd like to see covered in this blog, email me at aguest@berkeley.edu.

During one of her classes in our Certificate Program in Human Resource Management, Géraldine Woloch-Addamine first had the germ of what would become her company, Good4work.

On April 19, 2021, President Biden became the first sitting president to recognize National Arab American Heritage Month, which has been celebrated by states and cultural leaders since the 1990s.

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One of the main drivers for Hristo Gueorguiev to register for the Certificate Program in Software Development and Programming was just a basic fact for software engineers.

Solomon Abrams based a mid-career move into higher education because of his existing rapport with students throughout his volunteer work. “I wanted to take that connection, and I wanted to move

National American Indian Heritage Month provides an opportunity for our entire community to rethink the profound debt it owes to the indigenous peoples who provided the land on which UC Berkeley

CITYA (“City as a medium”) was inspired by social theorist Henri Lefebvre’s concepts between the city and art. Four years ago, several curators began the CITYA discussion when movement was free