Our group is dedicated to promoting the growth, improvement, and esteem of the Art Practice Department at UC Berkeley; to support and promote social and professional activities on behalf of the department for students, alumni and professionals; and to encourage educational activities for students, alumni and professionals.
We engage alumni from UC Berkeley in professional and fun networking opportunities as well as environmental philanthropy and volunteering activities that benefit the University.
We exist to support the USCA's mission to offer a quality, low-cost housing community to students who might not otherwise be able to afford an university education. We host co-op reunions where you can meet co-opers of all generations, and also have the opportunity to connect with and support today's co-opers.
We are open to all current and former UC Berkeley Student Parents. Our members include individuals who are parenting or have parented children during their time as a student at Cal. Our mission is to foster opportunities for social connections between alumni, for personal, career and lifelong learning, as well as to use our expertise and networks to enrich the experience of all current and former UC Berkeley student parents and their families.
We represent over 2,600 former living Cal Band members, actively supporting the Cal Band, providing performance and social opportunities for members, training student officers, and preserving historical artifacts of the Cal Band.
We support the Cal Lightweight Crew in its competitive goals and to foster a broad community of current and former alumni, family, and other supporters of Cal Lightweight Crew.
Since the beginning of the Peace Corps in 1961, UC Berkeley has produced more Peace Corps volunteers than any other university in history. Let’s embrace our contribution to Cal and the Peace Corps! Join Cal Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Alumni, and connect with fellow Cal Alums who have completed their service with the Peace Corps.
There are nearly 1,300 alumni of CalPrep and CalSO alive today. Our goal is to form a self-sustaining organization that allows alums to stay connected with one another, coordinates reunions, provides networking opportunities for alums and students, and facilitates fundraising to support CalSO.
Our society is open to all UC Berkeley engineering alumni. Our mission is to foster opportunities for social connections between alumni, for personal, career and lifelong learning, and to use our expertise and networks to enrich the experience of all UC Berkeley engineering students and alumni.
The Nor Cal Corps Alumni Group is dedicated to supporting the University of California Berkeley’s mission of public service, specifically through the Cal Corps Public Service Center. We support students and Alumni working and volunteering within the social sector through events, networking socials, and fundraising. We welcome any alumni working and/or volunteering within the social service sector.
We are composed of alumnae of the Prytanean Women's Honor Society, the oldest collegiate women's honorary society in the United States, having been founded in 1901 on the Berkeley campus of the University of California.
South Bay Young Blues is based in the Silicon Valley/South Bay/Peninsula Area of California, and it's primarily a social club for young alumni of the University of California. Some of our activities include Happy Hour events, Cal football and basketball viewing parties, and mixers with other alumni clubs in the area.
We are alumni who served as tutors, mentors, instructors, and professional staff and/or utilized academic support services offered by the Student Learning Center (SLC) from 1973-2009. We strive to create an infrastructure of support that honors the SLC’s legacy of serving hundreds of thousands of students in meeting their academic, personal and professional goals.
We are the former volunteers of the Suitcase Clinic, a humanitarian organization that has offered free health and social services to the under served since 1989. This group will serve as a network of support for both alumni and current volunteers, championing the Clinic’s legacy of compassion, service, and advocacy.
By engaging and connecting Cal alumni through public service, Cal Armed Forces Alumni for Equity and Inclusion (CAFAEI) will develop a network of recruitment, retention and mentoring at Cal, whose purpose is to perpetuate cycles of empowerment and break cycles of poverty among those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Cal Veterans and Military Affiliated Alumni group provides networking, professional, and volunteer opportunities for all Cal Alumni Veterans. Contact us to join our email list and to learn more about upcoming events and other opportunities.
Our goal is to formalize our current fundraising and participation efforts with Cal Women’s Rugby alumnae, as well as associated friends and family, to provide sustainability for the team and the University.