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1997 - London Breed

June 20, 2018
London Breed (B.A., political science, ’97) is only the second woman and the first African American to serve as San Francisco's Mayor. Her term runs until January 2020.

First-Generation Faculty Share Tips for Success

College Students Told ‘You Belong Here,’ ‘Work Hard,’  ‘Own Your Education,’ ‘Connect as Much as Possible’

What is research? What are graduate students? How do I get all of my work done when the quarter is going so fast? I really need to go home and be with my family, but should I? What should I do if I'm interested in studying something different than what my family expects? If you’re a first-generation college student, you may have questions you’re not sure who to ask.

3 Reasons to Get to Know Your Academic Advisor

Get Guidance and Support to Thrive While Having a Meaningful College Experience

Do you want to get involved on campus and don’t know where to start? I can help!

Did you have a quarter where things didn’t go as planned? Let’s develop a success plan together.

Are you facing graduation without plans for your future? Come see me.

STEM Majors' Career Horizons Expand in Washington, D.C.

Students Discover Prestigious National Internships Offered Through UC Washington Center Washington Program Facts

The Washington Program places UC Davis students in the University of California Washington Center (UCDC) to live, intern, and study in the nation's capital for an academic quarter. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Information sessions are held frequently throughout the year.

Female-Majority Student Clubs Offer Support and Career Development

Members build confidence, portfolio of experience that help them stand out to employers

For college women, female-majority student clubs can offer empowerment, a support system and professional networking opportunities. Members find that being in the presence of amazing, driven women helps, rather than hurts, their own personal and career ambitions.

6 Aggies Who Are California's Environmental Guardians

Aggies Become Green Advocates as Managers, Policymakers, Professors and Attorneys How to Prepare for a Green Career​​​​​

Many students want to work on climate change issues to reduce our carbon footprint, conserve resources for future generations and make the planet more sustainable. 

Use these resources from the Internship and Career Center to plan your future: