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Take Charge: Boost your career

If you’re an administrative, support or entry-level staff member, check out UCOP’s newly revamped Take Charge program. This five-month series is a supportive, fun way to bring your career to the next level.

Celebrate Pride with UCSF, Cal and UCOP colleagues

The UCSF LGBT Resource Center has planned several activities throughout the month of June, in recognition of Pride Month. OP employees are invited to attend, to march with Cal and to celebrate in Oakland. Mark your calendar!

Kick off your summer with local June events

Summer unofficially began Memorial Day Weekend, so don’t wait another moment to plan something fun for June. Whether you’re in Oakland, Riverside, DC or Sacramento, we’ve got plans for you!

Virtual Career Series: Culture + Career

On May 8, the popular UC Virtual Career series presents Culture + Career — a free online webinar focused on how workplace culture impacts employees’ productivity, mobility and success.

President Napolitano

Join President Napolitano for a Town Hall on Monday, May 13

All UCOP staff are invited to join President Napolitano for a Town Hall meeting. Attend at Oakland's Franklin building or via phone/online. Anonymous questions can be submitted in advance.

Popular women’s leadership course returns

The sought-after professional development course, “Making Power Moves: Women and Leadership,” will return to UCOP this fall. Learn what to expect and mark your calendar.

Navigating through uncertainty: Brown-bag workshop

On Tuesday, March 12, at 12 p.m., join the OP Staff Assembly in welcoming Dr. Paula Trejo-Phillips for a brown-bag session on navigating through periods of uncertainty.

Catch the BSFO film series this Thursday

Join the Black Staff and Faculty Organization in viewing films from the San Francisco Black Film Festival during lunchtime on Thursday.

Stigma-Free UC presents: Anxiety — from boredom to burnout

Everyone experiences stress and anxiety sometimes. But what can you do to improve your mental health, and how do you know when it’s time to seek help? Join Dr. Robert Bota of UC Irvine for an informative webinar on Feb. 19.