The BSC Restorative Justice Practitioner Program

WRITTEN BY Lola & Markus (BSC Restorative Justice Practitioners)

Your BSC Restorative Justice Practitioners (RJPs) are here to empower members in building trust and a stable community. Read on to learn more about the ways the RJPs can provide support...

Community Building Circles

Community Building Circles help create strong community bonds within your house, which in turn helps reduce the level and frequency of conflict among house members. We can help facilitate a Community Building Circle at your House. In addition to empowering house members to connect, these Circles also provide a strong foundation for restorative approaches to future conflict.

Restorative Conferences for Conflict Resolution

Do you need extra hands on deck for addressing tensions that have been bubbling to the surface at your house? Incidents where harm has been done may be referred to the restorative justice process if one or more members are willing to acknowledge a level of responsibility. Using a Restorative Conference for conflict resolution creates a space that prioritizes accountability, healing relationships, and repairing harm. It brings together those involved in a conflict to identify impact, come to a common understanding, and determine what can be done to repair the relationships and community. If conflict arises in your house, and you'd like guidance, use the link for the Restorative Justice Intake form to request RJP support.

We Are Hiring!

WRITTEN BY TOMI CHUNG (Hiring Committee Chair)

Looking for a job that works with your busy student schedule? Want to get paid $18.00/hr and gain valuable work experience? Look no further! The BSC has you covered! We have a variety of jobs for Fall 2021. Positions will remain open until filled. Details can be found at Questions? Please email Tomi Chung, the Hiring Committee Chair, at

Fall 2021 Positions:

** Urgently Hiring

The East Bay Consortium

The East Bay Consortium is constantly looking for bright, creative, and talented college students to join our team. This section contains job postings and job descriptions as they become available. Please check in with us regularly, as we will be updating our information. Send all inquiries VIA EMAIL to

2021-2022 East Bay Consortium - East Bay Region - Employment Application

BSC Owner's Manual Spotlight

WRITTEN BY NOAH COMPO (Member Resources Manager)

Want to know more about how the BSC operates? We've got you covered! As a member-led and member-driven cooperative, genuine member empowerment at the BSC relies on a shared understanding about how collective decisions are made and how members can access resources. As the saying goes, "Knowledge is power." We want all members to be knowledgeable about how the BSC operates so YOU can harness the power you share together. To support members' ongoing learning process and engagement with our cooperative systems, we will be regularly sharing excerpts from the BSC Owner's Manual.

This week's spotlight: Who Runs the BSC?

Don't Miss These Upcoming Virtual Events!


Please join the Berkeley Student Cooperative Alumni Association (BSCAA) for our FREE upcoming virtual October events! We can't wait to connect with you.

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To anyone in the East Bay interviewing for student and postgraduate roles and/or in need of professional women's clothes for any reason:

Dress for Success is hosting a FREE clothing benefit in the East Bay for the first time on Thursday, October 21st from 11:30 AM to 7:30 PM at Oakstop in Oakland! You *must* register in advance at this link to attend and pick out 8-10 pieces:

All BSC members and graduates are encouraged to join our LinkedIn Group!

  • Find out about jobs and opportunities
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