Join Our Team

More information regarding Fall 2020 applications will be released shortly. Check back here for updates about upcoming recruitment!

CASA plans events throughout the year and manages an annual budget of over $130K. We are looking for motivated, creative individuals to join our team. Coordinators are a very important part of CASA’s leadership team, and play a strong role in creating and executing the programs and logistics of all CASA events. We welcome all Cal students to apply from across various years and academic departments!

Coordinators can expect to learn general professional skills working in a large organization as well as specific departmental skills depending on division and previous experience. All applicants are encouraged to reflect on their previous experience as well as teamwork and collaboration skills when applying. We have an open and inclusive culture, where we encourage members to learn and grow from each other.

Our Departments

Branches

Communications

  • Social media accounts (Instagram, LinkedIn)
  • Website access and maintenance
  • Designing flyers and promotional materials
  • Running efficient meetings (keep organized meeting minutes/record, organize tasks etc)
  • Set up and maintain internal newsletter

Finance

  • Budget for academic year
  • Accounting/finance forms/docs/resources
  • Reimbursements and CAA Accounting
  • Fundraisers, sponsorships, partnerships involving money

Operations

  • Signatories, training and how it works (timelines etc.)
  • Coordinating event timelines
  • Alumni House space
  • Sourcing vendors, room reservations, event room layouts etc. 
  • Eventbrite management
  • Collect feedback from members and attendees

Internal Affairs

  • Recruitment/DEI
  • Org. Structure maintenance (Gov/Leadership-esque)
  • Internal Socials
  • End of Year Banquet
  • Professional Development for Members
  • Outreach/relationship management for CASA members alumni

External Affairs

  • Classic: OSP, Legacy Night, Top Dog, Networking Brunch
  • Events with companies or other Berkeley orgs
  • Ability to propose new events, entrepreneurial

Coaches

Upperclassmen will be able to serve as coaches. It doesn’t give them more power, simply helps create happy memories for graduating seniors who can later be invited as alumni for events

Responsibilities

  • Oversees CASA big picture
  • Year long position
  • Gives the managers support and someone to talk to in addition to CAA
  • help resolve potential disputes between the five managers
  • Independent advisory group/board, NOT an active member in leadership structure

Expectations

  • Upperclassmen with at least 1.5 years of experience with CASA
  • Increase positive “alumni” retention of CASA members
  • Gives managers support and someone to talk to in addition to CAA