Associate yourself with a prestigious school without much effort - no long years of commitment or big amounts of money spent! Berkeley offers online courses at affordable prices. If you take a course, you can list it on your resume - even if you haven’t yet finished the course. This presents a wider range of opportunities that may otherwise be out of reach. Go to www.berkeley.edu/academics/online-learning
to see what they have to offer! This can be done with other higher education facilities as well, such as Harvard (https://online-learning.harvard.edu/courses
). So don’t hesitate to go exploring! Not only will you have experience studying with great university instructors, putting these school names in your resume will blow up a recruiter’s buzzword search like crazy. Generally, these schools also offer free courses on interesting subjects. Remember, if you’re out of job, anything looks better than a gap on a resume - so spend your time wisely. You can literally take a free course and have the university instructor verify it for you for 49 bucks, improving your job prospects!