Thank you for your interest in the Public Service Internship (PSI) Program. Before submitting an application, please read the Internship Descriptions and Program Commitments. To apply, submit application below and upload your resume. Deadline: Friday, March 22, 2024 at 11:59pm Round 1 Interview (with PSC staff): April 3-5, 2024 Round 2 Interview (with site supervisor): April 15-26, 2024 Note: We do our best to match each student with their top internship site. Your participation in the PSI program is confirmed after a successful interview with internship site supervisor. The Public Service Center is committed to making our programs accessible to all students. If accommodations, including mobility accommodations, would make this program accessible to you, please email Aileen Pagdanganan at firstname.lastname@example.org any time before the application deadline. 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 (required) Non-Berkeley Email Phone SID Expected Graduation Year Birthday (month/day/year) Are you a transfer student? –None–YesNo Are you a first-generation college student, meaning your parents, guardians, or grandparents did not attend college? –None–YesNo What is 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 What is your residential status? –None–In StateOut of StateInternational Hometown What languages do you speak other than English? Gender (hold SHIFT to select multiple) Cisgender WomanCisgender ManTrans Woman/TransfeminineTrans Man/TransmasculineNonbinary/GenderqueerAgenderOtherDecline to State If you selected “Other”, or would like to provide details about your gender identity, please do so here. Racial or ethnic identity (optional) –None–American Indian/Alaskan NativeBi-Ethnic or Multi-ethnicAfrican/African-AmericanAsian/Asian-AmericanChican@/Latin@WhitePacific IslanderI do not identify with the above optionsDecline to State If you selected “I do not identify with the above options”, or would like to provide details about your race/ethnicity, please do so How did you hear about this program? –None–Public Service Center StaffPublic Service Center WebsiteClass PresentationDirect ReferralDrop-inEmailE-NewsletterFacebookFlyerGolden Bear OrientationOtherRecruitment FairWord of mouth Would you like to subscribe to the Public Service Center’s monthly newsletter that lists community events, service and leadership opportunities, scholarships, and more? The Public Service Center is committed to raising funds for those who need it. Please share your financial aid status with us to help us make this happen. (Please check all that apply.) Note: 65% of undergraduates receive some form of financial aid Not Eligible for Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligible Work-Study Eligible Pell Grant Eligible Note: We may contact you for more information regarding your financial aid eligibility with the support of the Financial Aid & Scholarships office. II. Internship Preferences Position Site Preference 1 –None–Local Government InternEducation InternImmigrant Support InterEconomic JusticeNo preference Position Site Preference 2 –None–Local Government InternEducation InternImmigrant Support InternEconomic JusticeNo preference Position Site Preference 3 –None–Local Government InternEducation InternImmigrant Support InternEconomic JusticeNo preference Access to car? –None–Yes, I have a car.No, I don’t have a car.I can take public transportation (e.g. BART, AC Transit, MUNI) III. References Reference #1: Name, Relationship, Phone #, Email Address Reference #2: Name, Relationship, Phone #, Email Address IV. Short Answer Questions (under 250 words per question) 1. Why are you interested in being a Public Service intern? 2. What do you hope to learn from this experience personally and professionally? (For example: how does this fit your academic or career goals?) 3. What issue(s) are you interested in and most passionate about? (For example: education, racial equity, housing, etc.) and why? 4. Describe a past experience (personally or academically) that would make you a good fit for the positions you selected. 5. What skills and knowledge would you bring as an intern? V. Financial Support (Through Haas Public Service Scholarship) In order to make this role accessible to students engaging in their service, students who meet the need based criteria for the Haas Leader Program are eligible to apply for financial support through this application. If you are not Work Study Eligible, you will likely not meet the minimum criteria to be considered for the award. Apply to the Haas Public Service Leaders Program–None–NoYes The Haas Leaders scholarship is specifically for students who would not otherwise be able to afford interning for 8-10 hours a week for a small stipend. Please describe your financial need and why you believe you should be given this scholarship. Limit your response to 250 words. We will make every effort to allocate funds as equitably as possible, but cannot guarantee that every student will receive an award. VI. Application Checklist Are you also applying one of the following PSC programs this upcoming year (2024-2025)? –None–College CorpsPeter E. Haas Public Service Leaders I have read and agree to all program commitments. I have completed all fields and required essay questions above. –None–NoYes Reminder: In order for your application to be complete you must also upload your resume (external link).