Three Questions For Alex Kim
Alex Kim, a Lab physicist and engineer, and a member of the Asian Pacific Island ERG, shares his previous experience as a Lab Ambassador and the value he has received from this program in expanding his knowledge, skills, and even recruiting talent to the Lab. Read the full interview>>
Call for SAGE camp SAGE Guides!
The K-12 Program Office is now actively recruiting volunteers as SAGE Guides to walk our girls through the professional development curriculum that we have been hard at work designing. If you are available the week of August 1st both 8:30-8:45am and 11:40am-12:35pm, we need your help!!! This opportunity is open to all LBL employees so please […]
2021 Lab Research SLAM: Submit Intent to Participate by Friday, June 18
Early-career scientists and postdocs who want to participate in this year’s research SLAM must submit their intent to enter by June 18. The first prize is $3000, plus participants get valuable experience on how to explain their research project in a compelling way. Details available at slam.lbl.gov.
In the spirit of team science and community building, you and your families are invited to take part in the Virtual Family STEM Fest on Saturday, May 22, 2021. In lieu of this year’s Bring a Kid to Work Day (formerly DSTW), the Government and Community Relations Office has planned a morning of hands-on STEM activities, including an Escape […]
Call for Nominations: UC Women’s Initiative Program 2021/2022
UC has opened its call for nominations for the 2021/2022 UC Women’s Initiative (UC WI) for Professional Development program. This program is a unique, experiential, systemwide professional development program for mid-career woman-identified professionals that brings together participants from every UC location. This program is sponsored by the UC Systemwide Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (SACSW) […]
Creating More Inclusive Spaces in STEM for Native Americans – April 7, 2021
Date: April 7, 2021 Time: 12pm PT (2pm Central) Zoom Registration Required This webinar will feature guest panelists Dr. Ruth Plenty Sweetgrass-She Kills and Jennifer Harrington who will be discussing their article “Creating More Inclusive Spaces in STEM for Native Americans” and share more of their experiences and discuss ways to create more inclusive spaces for Indigenous […]
Lawrence Hall of Science Summer Camps
The Lawrence Hall of Science is offering online and in-person (public health guidelines permitting) camp experiences featuring a variety of engaging topics in STEM for pre-K through high school students this summer. Financial aid is available for all camps. Learn more and register. Welcome to our 2021 Summer Camp offerings! We remain, as always, fully […]
Applications Open for WD&E Fall Internships
Applications for Workforce Development & Education’s fall internships are now open. These 15-week internships — such as SULI, CCI, and BLUR — begin August 23 and conclude on Dec. 3. The application deadline is May 27. Learn more and view instructions for applying to these internships.
Volunteers Sought for Lab Science Festival
This year, we’re celebrating Bring a Kid to Work Day at home. The Government and Community Relations K-12 team is hosting a Family STEM Fest on Saturday, May 22 to celebrate the past and imagine the future with Berkeley Lab families. All of our planned events will be virtual, and any necessary materials for activities […]
Share a Video of How You Take Care of Earth
The K-12 team invites Berkeley Lab staff and family members to create a short (less than 20 seconds) video that answers the question: What are you doing to take care of the Earth? The clips will be compiled and shared on social media and at the Lab’s Earth Day Live Science event. PLEASE SUBMIT BY […]