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Our Career Services team is pleased to announce the inaugural Career Week: “The Future of You,” to be held March 15-19, 2021.

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The Berkeley Global Speaker Series on Equity and Inclusion presents Azadeh Zohrabi, the director of UC Berkeley's Underground Scholars Program.

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