Networking and Events

The Networking and Events committee is excited about the many events, workshops, and opportunities we’re planning for the 2016-2017 school year and beyond! 

Past Events:






Tuesday, February 28th

5pm - 8pm
150 University Hall

In this workshop, participants:

  • Heard from a pnael of hiring experts
  • Practiced in mock interviews
  • Took headshots

Download our flyer!








Monday, October 3rd, 2016
6:00pm - 8:00pm
56 Barrows

Want to learn how to produce useful and attractive graphics for classwork and future careers? Then you won't want to miss the Adobe Illustrator Workshop on October 3rd! This workshop is for all School of Public Health students. CHLA members have first priority to sign up, and we will then open it to the whole school. Innovative Design, a student group that led an excellent InDesign workshop for us last spring, is back to teach us how to use another awesome graphics tool. We'll also provide healthy snacks. Hope to see you there!


De-Stress Fest!
Friday, April 29, 2016
We will again be putting on this popular annual event on the last day of classes, April 29th. There will be food, games, arts and crafts, and therapy dogs! We hope to see you there!

Happy hour co-sponsored by the Public Health Alumni Association (PHAA)
April 16th, 2016

A great chance to network with SPH alumni and connect with fellow students!



December 4, 2015: End-of-Semester Social & Happy HourThe CHLA and the UCB School of Public Health Student Government co-hosted the End-of-Semester-Social & Happy Hour! In this two-part event students relaxed on the Cresent Lawn with snacks and games and then headed down to Spats for a happy hour!



November 19, 2015: Leveraging LinkedIn for Career Success - participants got free professional headshots taken and learned tips for making the most of LinkedIn!


Have ideas for other networking events? Want to get experience in event planning, while building your professional network at the same time? We’re always welcoming ideas for new events as well as help from School of Public Health students, so please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..