05Apr

A Constant State of Learning

Amber Perkins Ellis is fascinated by the forces that shape public education in the United States. 

05Apr

Inspirational to the Students They Mentor

The Rogers Family Foundation seeks to transform the educational experience of Oakland’s students.
29Mar

How Could I Not Stay Involved in Cal in the Capital?

Q&A with alumna Victoria Brademan, Class of 1973 with a B.A. in French, and Class of 1980 with a J.D. in Law from Boalt.

29Mar

Reflections of Regina Jackson, Alum & Community Partner

The Center is fortunate that Regina Jackson is as passionate about serving youth in Oakland as she is about serving as a co-educator to Cal students.

29Mar

Reflections of Adilene López Valenzuela, Alum

Adilene experienced a “paradigm shift” in her understanding of social justice work while serving with the Public Service Center, known at that time as Cal Corps. 

28Mar

Reflections of Bernadette Rabuy, Student

Bernadette Rabuy, a Political Economy student originally from South San Francisco, has been an active leader in several Public Service Center programs.

28Mar

Reflections of Tara Thwin-Palojor, Student, Berkeley Food & Housing

Growing up in Bangkok, Thailand, Tara often volunteered in impoverished communities with her mother.

28Mar

Reflections of Minh Dang, Alum & Advocate: Anti-Human Trafficking

If there’s an expert on UC Berkeley’s Public Service Center, it’s Minh Dang.

28Mar

Reflections of Terrie Light, Community Partner, Berkeley Food & Housing Project

As a budding community activist, Terrie Light began serving meals to homeless people living in Oakland’s Jefferson Park.

28Mar

Training Civic Leaders

The Public Service Center is training the next generation of civic leaders.