For Employers: Recruit from the I School
Connect with the UC Berkeley School of Information (I School), a graduate research and education community committed to improving and advancing technology to expand equitable and inclusive access to information, improving its usability, reliability, and credibility while preserving security and privacy.
I School is home to students and alumni with expertise in diverse fields such as: data science, cybersecurity, UX design and research, product management, engineering, information policy, and more. Our part-time and full-time graduate pathways mean students have experience levels that range from new grad, experienced professionals, and leadership/executive levels. Learn more about our degree programs and career outcomes.
I School is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging and includes students from a wide variety of backgrounds, nations, cultures, and experiences. We encourage employers to consider and value the potential of transferable skill sets, diverse experiences, and new perspectives.
For Immediate Hiring Needs
Post a Job or Internship
Email us your complete job listing along with any necessary contact information, and we will share it with our students and alumni via our internal job board.
Fill out this online form to request our most recent resume book of students or alumni in data science, user experience design & research, product management, engineering, information policy, cybersecurity, or consulting.
Learn more about and register for I School recruiting events; or fill out this online form for assistance in developing a customized recruiting strategy, including hosting a meet-up, information session, guest lecture, or company visit, or sponsoring a student-led event.
Join Our Mailing List
Join our distribution mailing list to be notified of upcoming recruiting events, publication of new student and alumni resume books (three times per year in fall, summer, winter), and other opportunities to build your brand and partner with I School. We keep our employer mailings limited and high value.
The UC Berkeley Center Career has established guidelines to provide both students and employers a fair, transparent and up-to-date framework for managing the offer phase of the recruitment process.
Career Services Team
“It’s so easy for the world to tell us that our toolbelt of skills is limited and highly specific — a developer is different from a data scientist which is certainly different from a designer. The I School pushed me to move beyond those categories and to think of myself as somebody who can employ various skillsets — including computer science, design, and management — to solve difficult information challenges.”
— Ricky Holtz
Sales Engineer, Twilio