Cal in the Capital makes dreams a reality

Interning in Washington, D.C. is about taking advantage of every opportunity and moment. 


Proud to Support Their Work

As a small, independent foundation, Shinnyo-en Foundation cares about building mutually respectful and trusting relationships.


No Barrier to Success

As an English Language Learner in elementary school, Martin Perez had fallen behind, and his insecurities resulted in poor behavior. 


Reflections of Sean Diaz, Alum & Nonprofit Administrator

Sean Diaz graduated from UC-Berkeley in 2009 with a major in English. 


Berkeley student reflects on service trip to North Carolina to promote voting rights

I did not consider myself an activist for social justice. 


Reflections of Sonia Sajja, Alum

As a student at Cal, Sonia was a student leader with the Suitcase Clinic.


PSC Alum Publishes Young Adult Series, Blacktop!

We're excited to share that Public Service Center alum, Lanre Akinsiku, recently released a new series of Young Adult books.


A Constant State of Learning

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


Inspirational to the Students They Mentor

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

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.