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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.


UC Virtual Career Series: Marketing Your Ph.D. for a Non-Academic Career

Wondering how a doctoral degree can translate to a career outside the lab or classroom? Find out in the next episode of UC’s Virtual Career Series — available to all employees.


Professional development: What skills do you need?

Are there skills you need to strengthen for success in your career? Learning and Development is here to help. Check out current classes or submit a training request.


Top-notch tech classes are free at UCOP

Update and refine your technology skills with professional development software classes. Keep your team on track, bring projects to life and learn best practices for data visualization, website administration, presentations and more.


HR

Supporting the Mission… Empowering HR: The Inaugural UC Systemwide Human Resources Institute, October 28-30

This fall, UC Systemwide Human Resources will offer a new three-day conference for HR professionals, empowering them to pursue continued development as they chart a career path at UC.


Culture and Career

“Culture and Career”: Seasoned advice for UC professionals

Get eight tips for integrating your culture and career from the latest episode of the UC Virtual Career series. And, get ready for the next episode, LGBTQ @ Work.


What is implicit bias?

Wondering if you have biases? We all do! The first in a six-course online professional development series demystifies biases and helps us to understand why addressing them is crucial.


Boost your projects with top-notch communication

On May 30, join Raj Kapur, president of the Center for Project Management, for a free professional development course focused on strengthening key communication skills within teams.


Learn to give better feedback

Wondering if you’re providing your employees with the feedback they need? Try these 10 tips, and sign up for a helpful new course offered in Oakland, the UCPath Center and online.