Labor Summer Host Application





Application deadline has been extended to Friday, February 23, 2024. We will provide updates on the status of your application on or before April 1, 2024. We cannot guarantee selection into the Labor Summer program for all host site applicants. Please be sure to answer all questions on this application thoughtfully.

If you have any questions, please contact Devon Baker at devonbaker@berkeley.edu and Brianna Velasco at bavelasco@berkeley.edu.

For more information, please visit the UC Berkeley Labor Center’s Labor Summer Internship website.

Section I: Supervisor Information – the intern supervisor should complete the application

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* Please describe your experience supervising students or younger workers.

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If yes, please describe the closure or vacation dates and a plan for what your interns should be working on durning this time. Please remember, students are paid for 8 weeks of work, regardless of holiday breaks or office closures.

Program Fees
The program fee depends on the number of Labor Summer interns you host.

The fee per intern, graduate or undergraduate, is: $8,500

The minimum requirement of two interns per site costs $17,000. If the fee poses a problem for your organization, please contact Devon Baker at devonbaker@berkeley.edu to discuss scholarship options.

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Section II: Interns

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* Are you looking for interns with any particular skill set? If yes, please describe.

* Where will the intern’s primary work location be? Will they be required to travel between locations?

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Section III: Labor Summer Project

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Supervisors are required to attend a supervisor orientation and anti-harassment training with the UC Berkeley Labor Center in advance of the program sometime in mid to late May.

Please confirm that someone from your organization will be able to attend:

* Do you have any materials the interns should review prior to starting the internship? If yes, please email them to Devon Baker at devonbaker@berkeley.edu.

The UC Berkeley Labor Center also hosts an alternative Spring Break program called “Solidarity Spring” during the Spring recess period, from March 25th-March 29th, 2024. This program is predominantly for freshman, sophomore, and transfer students interested in gaining hands-on service learning experience to learn and engage with the Bay Area labor movement. Are you interested in receiving more information about partnering or participating in Solidarity Spring 2024? If so, please contact our student engagement coordinator, Bahaar Tadjbakhsh at tbahaar@berkeley.edu for more information or questions.

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