Berkeley Haas Global Access Program: Company Site Visit Videos

International Students Document Their Experiences at Bay Area Companies

The San Francisco Bay Area is the innovation capital of the world. This means companies from virtually every industry can be found within 50 miles of UC Berkeley, including Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Airbnb, Uber, Blue Shield, LinkedIn, Netflix, PayPal, Tesla, Palantir and many others. Complementing their courses, Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP) students have the opportunity to visit Bay Area companies and meet key players who make the Bay Area the epicenter of cutting-edge entrepreneurship.

This semester, students from this entrepreneurship-focused program at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business filmed footage during their company site visits. Take a look at the short videos they created while they toured around the San Francisco Bay Area, talked to experts from various industries and got an insider look at some of the world's most innovative companies.

 

Site Visit: The Port Workspaces, Le Tote and Salesforce

Created by: Ana Salazar

Ana Salazar is a BHGAP student, as well as a management and marketing major at the Technological University of Peru in Lima.

 

Site Visit: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Dote

Created by: Yonghan (John) Chen

Yonghan (John) Chen is a BHGAP student and an international business administration major at Feng Chia University in Taichung City, Taiwan.

 

Site Visit: The Port Workspaces, Le Tote, Salesforce, Dote, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Created by: Yemen Zapata Huayta

Yemen Zapata Huayta is a BHGAP student, as well as an international business administration major at the Technological University of Peru in Lima.

 

Site Visits: The Vault, PayJoy, RocketSpace

Created by: Chen Hu

Chen Hu is a BHGAP student and an international business major at the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies in Guangzhou, China.

 

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Check out more videos about the BHGAP experience for international students.

Find out more about the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program.