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Jennifer Park, Southern California HERC Director
director@socalherc.org  Tel: 858-822-5862

 
Salvador Lemus, Southern California HERC Coordinator
scalherc@ucsd.edu  Tel: 858-534-2121
 
Mailing address:
Attn: Jennifer Park
UCSD
9500 Gilman Drive
Mail Code:0065
La Jolla, CA 92093-0065
 
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Kari Steele, Technology and Data Director
Email: support@hercjobs.org

 

Membership Eligibility

To be a member, institutions must meet all of the following criteria:

  1. Accredited institution located in Southern California
  2. Payment of membership dues
  3. Maintain current and accurate listings of academic and staff positions on the Southern California HERC website
  4. Support the Southern California HERC's efforts to track data as a means to measure HERC's success

Joining is easy. Contact us for more information!

 

Information for Partners & Prospective Partners

Southern California HERC welcomes mutually beneficial partnerships with Southern California non-profits and businesses that support the Southern California HERC mission or provide services that can support Southern California HERC goals.

Examples of mutually beneficial exchanges include adding a link on to your organization’s website on our website promoting your products or services in exchange for discounts for Southern California HERC members or invitations to exhibit or speak at our membership meetings.

Email the Southern California HERC Director or call 858-822-5862 to discuss how your organization and Southern California HERC can work together.

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Southern California HERC covers Central Coast, Los Angeles, Orange County, Inland Empire, and San Diego.

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