We connect you to networking events, lectures, and conferences to ensure your business education can be a lifelong, career-enriching experience.

Past Events

Solutions Lab: Volunteer for a Brainstorming Session to Help a Nonprofit

Solutions Lab is a 2-hour brainstorming session where 4-8 Haas alumni volunteer to help a nonprofit work through a specific business challenge. Nonprofit clients range from new organizations still formulating their strategy to established nonprofits needing to address new opportunities or challenges. Some previous clients include:

For more information on past clients, projects and dates click here.

Previous Networking Events

We hosted the Education Sector Networking at GO Public Schools in the East Bay. In the South Bay, we held a Social Impact Networking event at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

Attend Conferences

The Haas Alumni Network online newsletter (eHAN) notifies alumni to a variety of industry-specific conferences and provides special discounts. Get on the invite list by signing up for our eHAN e-newsletter. To receive eHAN, or to get more info about any of these conferences, please send us your email address, along with your name, class year, and degree program.

Check back here for updates on the date of the 2018-2019 Conference schedule.
A sample of events includes:

For a complete list of social impact events across UC Berkeley, click here.

From our blog


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Cal Alum Launches New Device to Detect Asthma Attacks Before They Begin

Right now twenty-four million people suffer with asthma in the U.S. causing almost 2 million visits to the emergency room each year. What if asthma sufferers could use a simple test at home that could prevent dangerous and painful attacks and many of these ER visits?

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Cross-Sector Leaders Needed: Highlights from the 2016 Global Philanthropy Forum

The 2016 Global Philanthropy Forum took place on April 4th through 6th in Redwood City, California.
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