Graduate Student Facilitator Application Return to GSF Homepage Thank you for your interest in the PSC Graduate Student Facilitator (GSF). To apply, fill out the application below and submit a resume (instructions below). Click here to view the open GSF positions for 2023-2024 and position descriptions. You will be considered for all open GSF positions. I. Personal Information First Name (as it appears on your identification) Last Name (as it appears on your identification) Lived First Name Pronouns Berkeley Email Non-Berkeley Email Phone SID What was your major? African American StudiesAmerican StudiesAnthropologyArchitectureArt, History ofArt, Practice ofAsian American StudiesAsian StudiesAstronomyBioengineeringBusiness AdministrationCeltic StudiesChemical BiologyChemical EngineeringChemistryChicano StudiesCivil & Environmental EngineeringClassical CivilizationsClassical LanguagesCognitive ScienceComparative LiteratureComputer ScienceConservation & Resource StudiesDevelopment StudiesDutch StudiesEarth & Planetary ScienceEast Asian Languages & CulturesEconomicsElectrical Eng & Computer SciencesEngineering ScienceEnglishEnvironmental EconomicsEnvironmental Economics & Policy (CNR)Environmental Economics & Policy (L&S)Environmental Engineering ScienceEnvironmental Sciences (CNR)Environmental Sciences (L&S)Ethnic StudiesFilmForestry & Natural ResourcesFrenchGender & Women’s StudiesGenetics & Plant BiologyGeographyGermanGreekHistoryIndustrial Eng & Operations ResearchIntegrative BiologyInterdisciplinary Studies FieldItalian StudiesLandscape ArchitectureLatinLatin American StudiesLegal StudiesLinguisticsMass CommunicationsMaterials Science & EngineeringMathematicsMechanical EngineeringMedia StudiesMicrobial BiologyMiddle Eastern StudiesMolecular & Cell BiologyMolecular Environmental BiologyMolecular ToxicologyMusicNative AmericanNear Eastern StudiesNuclear EngineeringNutritional SciencePeace & Conflict StudiesPhilosophyPhysical SciencesPhysicsPolitical Econ of Industrial SocietiesPolitical SciencePsychologyPublic HealthReligious StudiesRhetoricScandinavianSlavic Languages & LiteraturesSocial WelfareSociety & EnvironmentSociologySouth & Southeast Asian StudiesSpanish & PortugueseStatisticsTheater, Dance & Performance StudiesUndeclaredUrban Studies Graduation Year What is your graduate program and field of study? What other time commitments (other groups, activities etc) will you have next year? Hometown Birthday (month/day/year) Would you like to subscribe to the Public Service Center’s monthly newsletter that lists community events, service and leadership opportunities, scholarships, and more? How did you hear about this program? –None–Public Service Center StaffPublic Service Center WebsiteCalSOClass PresentationDirect ReferralDrop-inEmailE-NewsletterFacebookFlyerOtherRecruitment FairWord of mouth II. Short Essay Questions Please limit each responses to 325 words. 1. Why are you interested in the GSF role? What is your connection to or commitment to public service? 2. How does it align with your interest and prior experience and in what ways do you hope this experience will help you grow? 3. The Public Service Center aims to live and practice our values. Here is the link to our values and visions. Please select 1 to share how it resonates with you. III. References Please provide contact information for two references, people who can speak to your leadership potential and commitment to serving the public good. References should not be peers or family members. Reference #1: Name, Title/Org, Email, and Phone Reference #2: Name, Title/Org, Email, and Phone IV. Resume In your resume please be certain to include previous employment, extracurricular activities, and volunteer experiences. We encourage all applicants to use the Career Center’s guide to resume writing as a resource. Please upload your resume to this Google form before the deadlines.