WAYS TO GET INVOLVED THROUGH THE OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
Take a self-guided Green Walking Tour to explore some of the sustainable practices that have been integrated into campus.
Learn about sustainability oriented classes offered through the UC Berkeley catalogue, and courses and certificates offered through the Extension Education program.
Did you know that UC Berkeley offers two types of certifications for demonstrating leadership in green practices at work on campus? Learn how to achieve Green Certification for your department or for your campus event.
UC Berkeley is an organizational member of the US Green Building Council. All full-time students and employees have access to the USGBC's sustainable design information, publications, and courses through UC Berkeley's membership (Member ID: D1683CPAOHTHKHN).
If you have a social streak and strive to be a leader, consider joining any one of a number of groups and committees on campus devoted to sustainability. Power Agents, Staff Sustainability Training, the Community of Practice, the Food Service Work Group, and the Water Work Group are all explained on our Get Active pages.
OTHER WAYS TO DIVE INTO SUSTAINABILITY AT CAL
Looking for an internship on or off campus? Need help selecting sustainability focused classes? Need a space to hold an eco-meeting? The Student Environmental Resource Center (SERC) is a good place to go for information, opportunities, and services related to sustainability on and off campus.
The ASUC-sponsored Sustainability Team (STeam!) is an organization at UC Berkeley aimed at making the campus more sustainable through projects and events. Their current list of project groups includes: Earth Week, STeam Energy, OSC (one side clean), STOP, and EcoMovies, and new projects are forming all the time.
And if you have already graduated from Cal, we encourage you to look in to the Berkeley Environmental Alumni Network (BEAN). BEAN engages alumni from the University of California at Berkeley in professional and fun networking opportunities as well as environmental philanthropy and volunteering activities that benefit the University.