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Celebrate Dia de los Muertos with LaSA!

It’s that time of year again! Visit the ofrenda and decorate sugar skulls as you celebrate and honor the lives of deceased loved ones


Insider insights from career coaches and executive recruiters

At the next UC Alumni Career Network session, UC alumni working as career coaches and executive recruiters will share tangible tips to help you advance, expand and stay relevant in today’s workforce.


Get your finances in shape with Fidelity workshops

Fidelity Financial is offering several great financial management courses in Oakland and Riverside. Whether you’re planning for retirement or managing debt, these courses suit a range of financial needs.


Exploring the history of gender expression

Guest writer Ianna Urquhart shares a multifaceted perspective of how society’s ideas around gender expression have transformed over time — from the Iron Age to our present understanding.


Parent Prep: Pursuing UC

If you have a student who is approaching the college search process, in the midst of applying or newly enrolled at UC, the new Parent Prep webinar series is designed for you! In the second episode, get in-depth information about academic and financial planning.


On Oct. 17, get disaster-ready: Great ShakeOut and UCOPAlert test

Learn what to expect during our annual earthquake drill, make your workspace and home earthquake-ready and get expert advice.


Boost your career the write way

A new effective writing skills bundle from UCOP Learning and Development helps you gain the skills you need to be a persuasive, succinct and impactful writer. Learn more and register!


Purge your records: Oct. 21 – 25

Now is the time to get rid of unneeded records and non-records documents. Recycling containers and locked shred bins will be available on every floor in all Oakland UCOP buildings.


Prison outreach event and book drive on Monday

Learn about UC staff members’ first-hand experiences of providing educational opportunities in prisons during a fascinating panel discussion. Plus, donate books to children with incarcerated parents.