Friday, May 26, 2017

Summer Announcements 5/26


Dear Environmental Studies Students,

Over the summer, we will be sending out announcements once a month. Please find this month’s Environmental Studies Announcements below.                                  

Off Campus Events
1.       Protected Species/Marine Mammal Observer Certification
2.       Accepting Abstracts for Conference on Sustainable Development

Paid Research Opportunity
1.          Blanding’s Turtle Trapping Technician

Internship, Graduate School, Training, and Job Opportunities
1.          Three Employment Opportunities with the Neponset River Watershed Association
2.          Administrative Coordinator – Tufts Institute of the Environment
2.          Job Opportunities with Mass and US PIRG
3.          Internship with Environment America
4.          BC Career Center Updates

Best,
Kevin

--
B. Kevin Brown
Graduate Assistant, Environmental Studies
617-552-2477
Devlin 213
Summer 2017 Office Hours: Monday 9:00am-1:00pm, Tuesday 9:00am-1:00pm, Thursday 9:00am-1:00pm, and Friday 9:00am-12:00pm




Angela Bostwick will be holding a training course in Boston, MA which provides Protected Species Observer (also known as Marine Mammal Observer) certification on June 10-11.  This class will include a cruise to the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, one of the top whale-watching destinations in the world!  This will provide experience in locating and identifying protected species at sea, as well as practice in methods for professional wildlife photography.  This training is approved by the federal agencies Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and the Bureau of Safety & Environmental Enforcement to provide Protected Species Observer certification for seismic surveys, and is often accepted in various other industries and regions where mitigation for protected species is needed.  PSOs monitor for marine mammals and sea turtles, and advise on the measures required to reduce impacts to the animals worldwide.
 
The course examines the regulations for reducing impacts to marine mammals and sea turtles, how to visually locate and identify the animals, and objectively documenting animal behavior.  I am offering this course at a discounted rate of $675 for students/recent graduates, and members of non-profit organizations (normal cost $750).  Lunch is provided each day, along with various identification guides and regulatory documents (yours to keep), advice on applying to PSO positions, and the cruise to the marine sanctuary.  Please find the flyer for the course in the attached file. 

Additional information may be found on the MPSC website at http://www.protectedspeciesobservers.com/, by contacting me at ABostwick@PSOCertifications.com, or by phone at 832-523-2402.

Thank you,
Angela Bostwick / Founder
Marine Protected Species Consulting
ProtectedSpeciesObservers.com
https://Facebook.com/ProtectedSpeciesObservers/




The call for abstracts is now out for the Fifth Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD), which will take place on 18 & 19 September, 2017, at Columbia University in New York City. Abstract submission and conference registration will take place on the conference website.

The conference is free for students, and an affordable $310 for faculty and professionals. We thought that you, your students, and/or your colleagues might be interested in submitting an abstract or attending. The overarching conference theme is The World in 2050: Looking Ahead for Sustainable Development. Abstracts should be directly relevant to one of the 27 conference topics, which cover all 17 SDG areas and a number of crosscutting issues, including data, the role of universities in achieving the SDGs, and the arts as a tool to raise awareness of the SDGs. 

A full list of topics and the call for abstracts are available online. We hope you will join us! 






Hi Everyone,
We just got word on a new funding opportunity from the State to do more trapping this season, and need to hire a field intern for now-July. Please forward this opportunity to anyone you know who you think might be interested in this position. Please see "How to Apply" below - do not respond directly to this e-mail. 

Blanding’s Turtle Trapping Technician
Grassroots Wildlife Conservation is seeking a short-term intern to help us trap and monitor two populations of Blanding's turtles in Massachusetts. No prior field work experience is required, though a willingness to get wet and dirty and handle aquatic creatures is a must. The work timing is flexible

Work Location: Borderland State Park, Sharon, MA (70%) and Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Concord, MA (30%) Internship

Job Duties: The Blanding’s Turtle Trapping Technician will be responsible for trapping and marking Blanding’s turtles at two conservation areas in Massachusetts in May-July, 2017. The specific job duties will consist of:
  • Setting hoop traps in wetlands according to established protocols under the direction of our lead field biologist. Specific trap check time is flexible except on initial training days when the technician will meet with GWC staff from 9-5. On subsequent days, technician can check traps early morning or late afternoon as long as traps are checked daily.
  • Keep detailed notes and clear datasheets recording of all trap checks. Submit collected data to Google Drive at the end of each day, including scanned/photographed datasheets.
  • Photograph captured Blanding’s turtles as well as any unknown species and upload to Google Drive.
  • Notify GWC staff in the event that you cannot check traps on a given day so that an alternate trap checker can be found.
Training: The technician can expect the following training, and should feel free to ask for assistance or guidance if anything is unclear.
  • Hoop trap setting procedures and ideal trap placement
  • Trap checking protocols, including how to record data and remove animals from traps
  • Basic turtle identification Intern will be provided with a fish ID booklet for common Massachusetts freshwater fish
  • Turtle processing, including weighing, measuring, and marking
Requirements for Qualified Candidate
  • Willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Ability to work independently after initial training.
  • Strong communication skills to maintain contact with crew leader and ask for help when necessary. 
  • Have personal vehicle that can transport field equipment (equipment can fit into sedan, but you will need to use a tarp to protect your seats)
  • Available to work on weekends
Dates: 36 days of work starting ASAP. Latest possible start date would be May 30th. Work will likely be 6 days on, 1 day off, 6 days on, 3 days off for a period of 45 days, though exact days off can be negotiated. Must be able to work weekends throughout the trapping period, though not necessarily every weekend.

Compensation: Stipend of $120 per trap check day, inclusive of scouting trip and trap setting day, to be paid bi-weekly. Trap checking is likely to take approximately 6 hours/day for a reasonably efficient technician. GWC will provide the technician with all necessary gear and equipment, including chest waders.

How to Apply: Send cover letter (in body of e-mail, not separate document) and resume to info@grassrootswildlife.org with the subject line "Blanding’s Turtle Trapping Technician". In your cover-letter, please tell us about any field work experience you have, comfort level with being out in swamps alone, and your experiences working independently.



Full Time Environmental Science and Engineering Fellowship

Posted May 5, 2017

Position Description

The Neponset River Watershed Association is seeking applications for the Neponset Environmental Science and Engineering Fellowship. This is a 13-month full-time position that provides the opportunity for a recent graduate to gain intensive hands-on experience working with a well-respected regional nonprofit.
The Fellowship is intended to provide broad exposure to the full range of science, advocacy and community organizing functions involved in watershed work. The Fellow will work closely with the Association’s Environmental Scientist, Executive Director, Outreach Director and other staff.
The Fellow’s core responsibilities will include day to day supervision of the Association’s volunteer-based water quality monitoring program and a leadership role in organizing spring and fall river-cleanup events. The Fellow will play a supporting role in other projects potentially including our hotspot monitoring program, development and construction of stormwater best management practice retrofits, stream habitat restoration projects, and stormwater and/or water conservation education programs. The Fellow will be exposed to at least one public speaking and grant writing opportunity, and will prepare comments on a development or permitting issue.

Schedule and Compensation

This is a full-time position that runs for 13 months (ideally June 1 to June 30). Compensation includes a salary of $30,000 per year, health insurance and paid time-off benefits. The position requires occasional early morning sampling and evening or weekend events.

Qualifications

The Fellowship is open to applicants who have recently received a bachelors or masters degree in watershed management, environmental science, civil/environmental engineering or a related field and who are interested in a natural resource protection career. This position is focused on recent graduates rather than candidates who already have significant work experience in the field. Applicants should have excellent writing and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team. Applicants must be comfortable working outdoors, in poor weather, on uneven ground and in a canoe, and must have own transportation, Applications by minority candidates, candidates interested in a career in the nonprofit sector, and residents of the 14 communities in the Neponset Watershed are particularly encouraged.

Application Procedure

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via email. In the cover letter, please describe your interest in the position, relevant academic and/or work experience, and how the Fellowship would fit into your overall career goals. There is no specific application deadline, but we hope to fill the position by early June 2017.
Send applications to Ian Cooke, Executive Director at cooke@neponset.org.

Part-Time Advocacy Director

Updated May 5, 2017

Position Description

The Neponset River Watershed Association is seeking qualified candidates for the part-time position of Advocacy Director to help lead the Association’s efforts to protect and restore the natural resources of the Neponset River and its watershed.

Position Background

The Advocacy Director is a key member of the Association’s senior staff team, helping to achieve fishable-swimmable water quality standards, restore more natural instream flows, enhance and restore aquatic and wetland habitats, preserve natural areas and open the river up as a recreational resource for local residents.
Some of the activities the Advocacy Director will assist over the next several years include:
  • Provide technical assistance to watershed municipalities on updating stormwater bylaws, zoning, and other rules to reduce polluted runoff
  • Encourage municipalities to allocate adequate funding for stormwater, water and wastewater infrastructure through mechanisms such as stormwater utility fees
  • Work with public and private land owners during local and state permitting processes to ensure that wetland resources and instream flows are protected, appropriate public access is provided, stormwater pollution is prevented, contaminated sediments are cleaned up, and stream habitats are restored.
  • Represent the Association before legislators and state or federal agencies on policy issues that affect water quality, streamflow, habitat, funding for infrastructure needs, and operating budgets for environmental agencies.
  • Engage with permittees and agencies to ensure that water withdrawal, stormwater, and wastewater permits incorporate effective protections.
  • Support efforts to increase ecosystem and infrastructure resiliency in the face of current and anticipated climate change.
  • Organize community support and partnerships to advance the Association’s agenda.

Position Details

This permanent position is available immediately. It is presently funded for 20 hours per week. It may continue as a long-term, part-time position or there may be an opportunity to expand it into a full-time role in the next 12 to 24 months. The schedule is very flexible but requires regular participation in evening meetings and occasional weekend events. The Advocacy Director reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Association’s Environmental Scientist, Outreach and Education Director and other staff. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Qualifications

The successful applicant will have broad experience with environmental law, civil engineering, hydrology, or watershed management, with 3-5 years related work experience at a minimum. They may be rooted in a science, engineering, or policy background, but will be able to bridge all three of these disciplines. They will have worked with at least some of the following permitting programs: the MA Wetlands Protection Act, the Water Management Act, the MA Stormwater Policy, the USEPA MS4 program, the 21e program, and/or Chapter 91. They will have excellent writing skills and be able to write effectively for lay, legal, and technical audiences. They will have strong presentation skills and the ability to cultivate strong working relationships with agency and municipal officials in spite of the potential for differences of opinion. They will have a strong work ethic, and be able to plan projects and work independently in a fast paced environment. They will be motivated by the opportunity to apply their skills and creativity to advance the Association’s mission.

To Apply

To apply, please submit a copy of your resume and a cover letter describing your interest to Ian Cooke, Executive Director, via email to cooke@neponset.org.

Internship Opportunities

2017: Summer Water Quality Intern

Updated May 5, 2017

Opportunity Description

The volunteer intern will help with all aspects of the volunteer water quality monitoring program and hot spot monitoring program during the summer of 2017. This includes preparing sampling materials and supplies, field work, data management, sample analysis in the lab, and volunteer coordination.
The intern will also assist with planning and coordination for the 2017 Hyde Park Neponset River Cleanup. Depending on the intern and their level of interest there may be the opportunity to take a leadership role on an independent project in analyzing historic water quality data sets or conducting a literature review.
The Water Quality Intern works in close collaboration with the Association’s Environmental Scientist, Executive Director, and community volunteers; providing the intern with a unique, hands-on, environmental science and community organizing experience.
This is an unpaid internship.

Where

Work will occur at the Neponset River Watershed Association offices (2173 Washington Street Canton, Massachusetts 02021) and in the field throughout the watershed.

When

Schedule is 2-3 days a week for a minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 hours weekly depending on the intern’s availability, interests and other commitments. Help is needed beginning in May and running through October. A minimum commitment of 10 weeks is requested. The schedule is flexible, but must be consistent from week to week. Work occurs primarily during normal business hours, with occasional early morning or evening activities.

Skills and Special Requirements

The volunteer should be an undergraduate or graduate pursuing a degree in environmental science or a related field. Familiarity with environmental sampling and analysis techniques is desirable but not required. Self motivation, reliability and the ability to work independently and follow specific sampling protocols are all critical, as is attention to safety procedures. Basic computer skills are necessary and having your own transportation is required. Interns should be enthusiastic to work in the field on uneven terrain and under adverse weather conditions (i.e. rain).

To Apply

Please send an email describing your interests, and a copy of your resume, to Environmental Scientist, Chris Hirsch, hirsch@neponset.org





The Administrative Coordinator is indispensable to the daily operation of Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE), serving as the primary point of contact, supporting the TIE senior staff in pursuit of their programmatic goals and initiatives, and maintaining important data and processes. The Administrative Coordinator position would allow TIE to grow within the university and externally.

Essential Functions:

• Performs advanced clerical and secretarial duties on a daily basis where assignments are complex and require high visibility, good judgment or discretionary actions.
• Coordinates institutional budget. Oversees all activities in TIE’s accounts. Assists with budget development. Oversees department spending and resolves problems.
• Works closely with the Budget Officer in the Provost Office and with Tufts Finance Division. Executes financial processing, including check vouchers, reimbursements, PAFs, and business expense transfers.
• Supports TIE programs and staff. Makes travel arrangements, manages calendar and office hours, organizes files, orders office supplies, assisting with and coordinates catering services and event management; • Provides administrative support for Director and Associate Director. Advanced management of complex calendars; Schedules meetings and appointments; as needed, takes and prepares meeting minutes; • Assists in preparation of documents, reports, memos, and letters, and proof reads as necessary. Assists in assembling grant proposals and course syllabi; Collects data, provides statistics and summaries as requested.
• Hires and terminates interns’ employment, trains as well as supervises interns.
• Serves as the primary point of contact and provides information and guidance on policies and procedures for constituents.
• Answers phones and greets visitors, forwards calls and emails to appropriate contacts, prepares and sends mail correspondence.

Qualifications

 Basic Requirements:
  • High school diploma/GED and 5+ years of administrative experience OR a Bachelor's degree and 3+ years of experience.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office suite including word processing, editing and graphics functions, spreadsheet and database knowledge.
  • Bookkeeping or basic accounting knowledge.
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.

Tufts University is an AA/EO employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please see the Tufts University non-discrimination statement.   

 

Primary Location

: United States-Massachusetts-Medford/Somerville

Job

: Administrative Support

Organization

: Tufts Institute of Environment

Employee Status

: Regular 

Schedule

: Full-time

Job Posting

: Apr 21, 2017, 4:02:51 PM




Fellows
Our fellows don’t just sit behind a desk. You’ll be out in the real world—recruiting new groups to join a coalition, speaking in a church basement or town hall to win a new endorsement, organizing a news event or rally, meeting with an editorial board, or doing whatever else it takes to urge our public officials to do the right thing. This is a two-year program, expressly designed to prepare future leaders within PIRG. We look for smarts, leadership experience, top-notch written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to learn. We value experience organizing, including building campus groups.

Digital Campaigners
Our digital campaigners help us design and win campaigns on some of the most important issues affecting the public today. This position is an exciting way to organize and motivate people online. Our online campaigns reach tens of thousands of people and spread the word about making change. This is a position for professionals who are ready to turn online skills into political action. We’re looking for people with sharp writing skills, savvy strategic ability, and a talent for using social media.

To learn more and apply, visit jobs.uspirg.org.

U.S. PIRG is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.



What do interns with Environment America interns do?  You’ll help us educate and engage more students and citizens on the most critical environmental issues of our time. You’ll help us get our issues into the media, build coalitions, organize events and lobby decision-makers. Ultimately, you’ll help us build the kind of public support it takes to win.

Campaigns

We’re working to stop global warming: We took a big step forward last summer when President Obama directed his Environmental Protection Agency to develop standards that would cut carbon pollution from power plants, the nation’s largest contributors to global warming pollution. This historic step won’t be enough to fully solve the problem, but it’ll be an important start. But standing in the way, at every step, is one of the most powerful special interests in the world: the fossil fuel industry. That’s where we come in. We’re working to rally millions of American citizens, along with local elected officials and other powerful voices to back the President’s plan.

We’re making sure we don’t frack our future: Dirty and dangerous fracking could soon put some of America’s most spectacular places at risk. And we know that this especially destructive method of drilling for gas contaminates water and turns forests and rural landscapes into industrial zones – making nearby families sick and contributing significantly to global warming as well. Now, we’re working to offset the outsized influence of the oil and gas industry and keep our remarkable special places protected.

We’re working to protect our rivers, lakes and streams:  To protect our waterways from pollution and destruction we need to crack down on factory farm pollution, sewage and other threats. And we know it won’t be easy because of big opposition from the Farm Bureau, giant agribusiness and others. Now, we’re working to harness grassroots support for clean water and turn it into the political power we need to have a lasting direct impact on our waterways.

Becoming an Environment America intern
If you agree that it’s time to solve these big environmental problems, the best thing you can do to get involved is to apply to be an Environment America intern today.

We’re looking for students who care deeply about the environment and are ready to make a difference now.

As an intern:
  • You’ll learn how to analyze environmental problems, push for smart solutions, and build the public support it takes to win
  • You’ll work side-by-side with one of our organizers, learning the ropes.
  • And you'll attend briefings and trainings to learn even more about environmental issues and gain organizing skill
  • And if you’re thinking you might want to make a career out of solving big environmental problems like global warming – interning with Environment America is one of the best ways to get started. Not only will you get the training and experience you need, but we hire our most talented and committed interns to join our Fellowship Program when they graduate. 

We’re hiring interns in Boston and 29 states nationwide. Email Madeline Page, Environment America’s Global Warming Outreach Director at mpage@environmentamerica.org with questions or to apply!




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Below is a list of upcoming programs in which your students may be interested. Please share this email with faculty colleagues and students in your department. To view more of our programming, you can also visit bc.edu/careerevents. Please also keep in mind that our staff is available to visit your classes if you would like for us to give a quick (5-10 min) overview of our services or a longer presentation on a specific topic. 
If you know of students that have questions or need assistance with exploring career options, figuring out summer or post-grad plans, or other career-related matters, please also feel free to refer them to the Career Center for a one-on-one advising appointment. For more information about our appointments versus drop-ins, please visit our website.
Thank you for referring your students to our resources, events, and advising services!


What are your plans for the summer?
by Amber Meyers, Assistant Director BC Career Center

“What are your plans this summer?” is a common question asked of students once the snow (finally) stops falling here in Boston and the spring semester begins to wind down.
By now you may have considered interning at your dream company, taking classes, or studying abroad. Or maybe you’re feeling confused because you’re not quite sure how to best use your summer months? Fear not! The good news is you’re in control of how you spend your time this summer and you can still plan to make the most of it... Read Amber's tips HERE!

Job Shadow Treks 
Join us for a Job Shadow trek with on Friday, April 21st! The following treks are happening:
Celtics | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. |
Novartis | 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. |
Channel 7 News | 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. |
Job Shadow Treks provide an opportunity for students to explore industries in a hands-on environment. Each trek, hosted by BC alumni and friends, will last approximately 2 hours and will provide a unique experience which may include alumni panels, tours, networking sessions, and presentations. Register in EagleLink today!
COMING UP 


Unsure of your summer plans? Have a job but want to know how to maximize your summer? We will help you make a game plan for using this time to explore ways to gain new skills through internship/job opportunities, volunteer and job shadow experiences. Attend the Successful Summer workshop!

ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES: Career Chats & Workshop

Health Professions Personal Statement Webinar | Wednesday, April 12 | 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. | virtual

Expert-in-Residence
The following companies will be visiting campus to conduct expert-in-residence sessions this month. There are some restrictions for who can sign up for each session, based on class year and desired applicant type. To learn more and to register, log in to the workshops section of EagleLink. All appointments occur in the Career Center.
April Expert-in-Residence sessions:
Ipsos (Marketing/Data Analytics) Tuesday, April 18 | 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. |
Castle Point Partners, LLC (Political Consulting)  Monday, April 24 | 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. |

INFORMATION SESSIONS
Employers host information sessions on campus throughout the academic year. Below is just a sampling of what's coming up.
Cornerstone Research Wednesday, April 19 | 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. | Gasson 205
Joseph E. Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action Thursday, April  | 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. |  Fulton Honors Library
EY Thursday, April 20 | 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. | Walsh Function Room
Deutsche Bank Monday, April 24 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Walsh Function Room







Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Weekly Announcements 5/3

Dear Environmental Studies Students,

Please find this week’s Environmental Studies Announcements below.

On Campus Events
1.       Senior Seminar Poster Symposium
2.       ECOCHELLA
3.       Environmental Studies Moral Matrix Survey
4.       The Road from the Paris Climate Agreement
5.       Earth and Environmental Sciences Student Research Colloquium

Off Campus Events
1.       Protected Species/Marine Mammal Observer Certification
2.       Student Documentary Competition
3.       Accepting Abstracts for Conference on Sustainable Development

Research and Study Abroad Opportunities
1.          BC Summer Course: Urban Agriculture in Detroit
2.          Hydrology Summer Field Course
3.          Study Abroad with the Green Program

Internship, Graduate School, Training, and Job Opportunities
1.          Administrative Coordinator – Tufts Institute of the Environment
2.          Teach Sailing and Marine Science with Common Tides
2.          Terra Corps Openings
3.          Apprentice Grower with Round the Bend Farm
4.          Volunteer or Intern with Green-U.org
5.          Policy Associate with Frontier Group
6.          Job Opportunities with Mass and US PIRG
7.          Internship with Environment America
8.          BC Career Center Updates

Best,
Kevin

--
B. Kevin Brown
Graduate Assistant, Environmental Studies
617-552-2477
Devlin 213









For our environmental studies seminar project, we aim to measure the extent that Boston College students identify climate change as a moral issue and to ultimately create a comprehensive document that can provide student organizations and faculty with information on how to frame climate change in a way that not only instills interest, but more importantly: action.

To do this, we have created a survey that gauges students’ moral identifications using Jonathan Haidt’s moral foundations theory.

Your students' contributions would be greatly appreciated and would greatly contribute to the success of our project! The survey should only take 5 minutes, and is completely anonymous. You can access the survey with this link: https://bostoncollege.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8AJMjC5aBoJQXSl 





As you may know, the annual student colloquium is fast approaching and will be held this year on Friday, May 5th. This is a chance for any students in the department to exhibit their research or class projects in the form of a conference-style talk or a poster.

At this time, if you are planning to present, please email lisa.kumpf@bc.edu and specify if you will be giving a talk or a poster. The final abstract deadline is April 28th, emailed to lisa.kumpf@bc.edu. Abstracts should include a title for your talk or poster, your advisor for the work, and a 350-word summary of your research in a .doc or .docx file format.

Please don't hesitate to contact me or Sam Dow (dowsb@bc.edu) with any questions you may have. We look forward to learning about all of the fantastic research going on in the department!

-The Colloquium Committee




Angela Bostwick will be holding a training course in Boston, MA which provides Protected Species Observer (also known as Marine Mammal Observer) certification on June 10-11.  This class will include a cruise to the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, one of the top whale-watching destinations in the world!  This will provide experience in locating and identifying protected species at sea, as well as practice in methods for professional wildlife photography.  This training is approved by the federal agencies Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and the Bureau of Safety & Environmental Enforcement to provide Protected Species Observer certification for seismic surveys, and is often accepted in various other industries and regions where mitigation for protected species is needed.  PSOs monitor for marine mammals and sea turtles, and advise on the measures required to reduce impacts to the animals worldwide.
 
The course examines the regulations for reducing impacts to marine mammals and sea turtles, how to visually locate and identify the animals, and objectively documenting animal behavior.  I am offering this course at a discounted rate of $675 for students/recent graduates, and members of non-profit organizations (normal cost $750).  Lunch is provided each day, along with various identification guides and regulatory documents (yours to keep), advice on applying to PSO positions, and the cruise to the marine sanctuary.  Please find the flyer for the course in the attached file. 

Additional information may be found on the MPSC website at http://www.protectedspeciesobservers.com/, by contacting me at ABostwick@PSOCertifications.com, or by phone at 832-523-2402.

Thank you,
Angela Bostwick / Founder
Marine Protected Species Consulting
ProtectedSpeciesObservers.com
https://Facebook.com/ProtectedSpeciesObservers/





The Witnessing Change Video Competition is an educational and documentary effort done by the Climate Cost Project. The competition asks students to make 2-min documentaries through personal interviews with impacted people in their communities. Student contextualize their interviewees' experience, and the interview, around climate change., Our purpose is to have the students' work inform the public about the climate impacts that are happening in America now, and to help build a diversity of voices within the country talking about their own personal experiences of climate change. We think a common narrative about the costs climate change is already having on Americans--one that transcends race, class, and other lines currently dividing us--is necessary to create the social unity and political will needed to address climate change. We do not believe that this has been done before, but think that it is critical for building public understanding and empowering individual communities to tell their own stories. This is the first year of the national competition, and we are hoping to have as many submissions from talented students as possible. There is no fee for entry and winners will receive cash prizes of $US 500 and $US 250 dollars, respectively. We will also publicize the videos both directly through the Climate Cost Project.

You can read more about the competition here: http://www.climatecostproject.org/video-competition, and find out more about the Climate Cost Project on our webpage: www.climatecostproject.org. The Climate Cost Project is a non-profit organization fiscally sponsored by the Open Space Institute funded with support from the Alex C. Walker and Kettering Family Foundations. For questions please contact info@climatecostproject.org





The call for abstracts is now out for the Fifth Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD), which will take place on 18 & 19 September, 2017, at Columbia University in New York City. Abstract submission and conference registration will take place on the conference website.

The conference is free for students, and an affordable $310 for faculty and professionals. We thought that you, your students, and/or your colleagues might be interested in submitting an abstract or attending. The overarching conference theme is The World in 2050: Looking Ahead for Sustainable Development. Abstracts should be directly relevant to one of the 27 conference topics, which cover all 17 SDG areas and a number of crosscutting issues, including data, the role of universities in achieving the SDGs, and the arts as a tool to raise awareness of the SDGs. 

A full list of topics and the call for abstracts are available online. We hope you will join us! 







Hydrology Summer Field Course
New Mexico Tech — July 6th-19th, 2017

The Hydrology Program at NM Tech is pleased to offer a 2-week, 2-credit (upper division or graduate) field camp designed to train students and professionals in cutting-edge field methods for the study and monitoring of groundwater and surface waters.

Aquifer Mechanics: Sevilleta NWR & Kirtland AFB; Dr. Mark Person
Fluvial Hydrology: Valles Caldera National Preserve; Dr. Dan Cadol
Stream-Aquifer Interactions: Valles Caldera NP; Dr. Jesus Gomez-Velez
Aquifer Geochemistry: Carlsbad Caverns National Park; Dr. Andrew Luhmann
Shallow Geophysics: Carlsbad Caverns National Park; Dr. Deqiang Mao
Cave and Karst Systems: Carlsbad Caverns National Park; Dr. Lewis Land

Cost: $1,939 — Full info at:







The Administrative Coordinator is indispensable to the daily operation of Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE), serving as the primary point of contact, supporting the TIE senior staff in pursuit of their programmatic goals and initiatives, and maintaining important data and processes. The Administrative Coordinator position would allow TIE to grow within the university and externally.

Essential Functions:

• Performs advanced clerical and secretarial duties on a daily basis where assignments are complex and require high visibility, good judgment or discretionary actions.
• Coordinates institutional budget. Oversees all activities in TIE’s accounts. Assists with budget development. Oversees department spending and resolves problems.
• Works closely with the Budget Officer in the Provost Office and with Tufts Finance Division. Executes financial processing, including check vouchers, reimbursements, PAFs, and business expense transfers.
• Supports TIE programs and staff. Makes travel arrangements, manages calendar and office hours, organizes files, orders office supplies, assisting with and coordinates catering services and event management; • Provides administrative support for Director and Associate Director. Advanced management of complex calendars; Schedules meetings and appointments; as needed, takes and prepares meeting minutes; • Assists in preparation of documents, reports, memos, and letters, and proof reads as necessary. Assists in assembling grant proposals and course syllabi; Collects data, provides statistics and summaries as requested.
• Hires and terminates interns’ employment, trains as well as supervises interns.
• Serves as the primary point of contact and provides information and guidance on policies and procedures for constituents.
• Answers phones and greets visitors, forwards calls and emails to appropriate contacts, prepares and sends mail correspondence.

Qualifications

 Basic Requirements:
  • High school diploma/GED and 5+ years of administrative experience OR a Bachelor's degree and 3+ years of experience.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office suite including word processing, editing and graphics functions, spreadsheet and database knowledge.
  • Bookkeeping or basic accounting knowledge.
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.

Tufts University is an AA/EO employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please see the Tufts University non-discrimination statement.   

 

Primary Location

: United States-Massachusetts-Medford/Somerville

Job

: Administrative Support

Organization

: Tufts Institute of Environment

Employee Status

: Regular 

Schedule

: Full-time

Job Posting

: Apr 21, 2017, 4:02:51 PM







Created for students, by students, The GREEN Program has introduced a new model for education abroad. Our accredited, short-term model focuses on bringing transformative experiences to students around the world and unlocking doors to governmental, public, and private facility access, exclusive tours, and unique bucket-list experiences around the world. We are working with universities around the world to redefine what a classroom should mean - from lecture halls to studying the effects of climate change on the top of our world's glaciers.
As commitment partners to the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals, The GREEN Program exposes students to the heart and guts of these sustainability challenges and initiatives around the world.
Our programs are catered to students who are curious about the world and seek opportunities to adventure, break outside of their comfort zones, and stand out amongst their peers as global citizens.
 

We don’t want students to choose between a job, internship, or a study abroad experience. We want them to do it all.
 

We help students maximize their winter, spring, and summer breaks in order to allow them to get in a fulfilling educational abroad experience within just 8-10 days. All the while, students are able to land that awesome internship they’ve had their eye on, complete summer classes needed to graduate on time, or challenge their idea towards global citizenship.

Currently on our 7th year, we currently operate over the spread of three continents. Our organization’s core team and company headquarters are located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our full-time team of five works out of Pipeline Philly, a co-working space located in Center City, Philadelphia. As one of the founding members of the space, The GREEN Program is a part of this ever-growing community now home to more than 200 companies and organizations.

Beyond Philadelphia, we work alongside numerous indigenous educational institutions and organizations specific to our program locations. Fearless adventure leaders and passionate education gurus, our in-country guides are an integral part of what makes GREEN, GREEN. Of course, our community would not be what it is today without our extended GREEN Family – The GREEN Program Alumni. Having hosted participants from more than 300 universities around the world, we are elated to welcome more than 1800 student leaders and young professionals into our ever-growing community.

Our team and students all have one underlying mission in common: we have consciously chosen to pursue a future of possibilities, and are determined to be part of the solutions toward a better world.

Visit http://thegreenprogram.com/programs to learn about our programs.



TerraCorps, formerly MassLIFT-AmeriCorps, is an innovative national service program working to help communities conserve and secure land for the health and well-being of people and nature. Using the AmeriCorps national service model, TerraCorps prepares and mobilizes emerging leaders to help strengthen community-based nonprofits working to meet these goals. 

The 2017 TerraCorps program will support thirty-six full-time AmeriCorps members, serving in one of four positions: Land Stewardship Coordinator (LSC), Regional Conservation Coordinator (RCC), Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC), and Youth Education Coordinator (YEC). All members will carry out capacity building projects; educate or train individuals; recruit, train, manage, and support community volunteers engaged in land-based activities; and identify new individuals and groups to participate in education, recreation, or service opportunities centered around land access and conservation. All positions include computer-based administrative and reporting duties. The specific responsibilities and goals of members differ by position as well as host site organization.

Land Stewardship Coordinators build the long-term capacity of their host sites by creating networks of volunteers to support hands-on stewardship of community lands. They organize, train, and collaborate with municipal boards, neighborhood and civic associations, community members, youth groups, and schools to care for, improve access to, and support the long-term resiliency and sustainable use of community lands. 
Community Engagement Coordinators build the long-term capacity of their host sites by developing culturally inclusive systems, programing, partnerships, and events. By collaborating with community groups, CECs demonstrate how the sustainable use and conservation of land can help address community needs related to education, public health, economic development, neighborhood revitalization, homelessness, poverty, hunger, and cultural decline.
Regional Conservation Coordinators build the long-term capacity of their host sites by assessing community needs related to land conservation and land access and then organizing collaborative community projects to help meet these needs. They convene and coordinate community organizations to build regional networks, and organize collaborative cross-sector working groups to initiate new projects around community needs. 
Youth Education Coordinators build the long-term capacity of their host site by engaging youth in service learning, experiential education, and inquiry-based science and nature learning projects. They collaborate with schools, libraries, and youth groups on projects that connect young people to the natural world, improve science literacy, and encourage healthy lifestyles.

These are full-time AmeriCorps positions requiring a minimum of 1,700 hours of service over 11 months. The 2017-18 TerraCorps program will run from August 28, 2017 – July 27, 2018.

Seventeen organizations, located across the state, will host TerraCorps members this year: Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust, Backyard Growers, Buzzards Bay Coalition and Wareham Land Trust, Groundwork Lawrence, Groundwork Somerville, Groundwork Southcoast, Grow Food Northampton, Growing Places, Healthy Chelsea and Greenroots, Hilltown Land Trust, Kestrel Land Trust, Mill City Grows, North County Land Trust, Southeastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens Alliance, Sudbury Valley Trustees, and Wildlands Trust

Member applications, position descriptions, and information about TerraCorps and the organizations hosting members for the 2017-2018 program can be found on our website www.terracorps.org.

Interviews begin mid-April and we hope to fill all positions by the beginning of June. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

AmeriCorps programs provide equal service opportunities. TerraCorps will recruit and select persons in all positions to ensure a diverse and inclusive climate without regard to class, race, religion, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, disability, veteran status, color, political affiliation, creed, national origin, marital status, or any other status as protected by federal, state, and local laws. We encourage applications from individuals with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations for interviews and service upon request.

TerraCorps is an AmeriCorps grant program contingent on federal funding through the Corporation of National and Community Service.


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Hanna Mogensen, MassLIFT-AmeriCorps Operations and Communications Manager

Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust 1461 Old Keene Road, Athol, MA 01331


Apprentice Grower
2017 Seasonal Position
Round the Bend Farm, along with Ashley’s Produce in Dartmouth, MA is offering a full-time, seasonal position for Apprentice Grower, averaging 40-50 hours per week from May through October or November 2017.

Round the Bend Farm (RTB), a Center for Restorative Community located in Dartmouth, Massachusetts is a working farm and non-profit. We are a living laboratory that cultivates, educates, and empowers change agents. We are devoted to the global paradigm shift toward hope and abundance by valuing diversity, modeling nature, and redefining wealth.

Ashley’s Produce is run by RTB Agripreneur Ashley Brister, and her mission is to produce nutrient dense fruit, vegetables, and herbs in order to contribute to the overall health of the soil, plants and people that make up the community here at RTB and the larger South Coast community.

RTB and Ashley are seeking an Apprentice Grower to join the farm community as a full-time, seasonal employee. We are looking for a highly motivated and energetic individual, passionate about the mission, to work alongside Ashley for the upcoming 2017 growing season. The Apprentice Grower will aid Ashley in all aspects relating to vegetable production and land management. These tasks will include but are not limited to: planting, weeding, irrigation, harvest, wash-up, the distribution of vegetables and cultivation. Our Apprentice Grower is also expected to be able to keep farm work happening at an efficient pace.

In addition to working with Ashley on vegetable production the Apprentice Grower will be working with our permaculture specialist and resident foodie on our perennials and kitchen garden. Lastly, you will be expected to participate in the overall mission of Round the Bend Farm and contribute to communal living (including participating in household and farm chores), farm fresh cooking and supporting educational events.

QUALIFICATIONS
The ideal candidate is a hardworking, self-starter and finisher, who is open to new ideas, comfortable working with their hands and passionate about local food systems. Ideally, we are looking for someone who will contribute and thrive in a communal living situation and has done so previously. In addition, we would like the Apprentice Grower to have past experience working or volunteering on a farm, or related non-profit.

Qualifications required are:
·         Highly energetic, with a strong work ethic (enjoys physical labor)
·         A desire to respect and care for soil and animals (humans included)
·         A desire to participate in local, vibrant community
·         Dependable, tidy, flexible, open-minded and self-aware
·         Excellent communication skills, with the ability to accept direction and guidance
·         Ability to work with a diverse group of people
·         Ability to work outdoors, in all conditions, for long hours
·         An organized, “can-do” attitude
·         A good sense of humor
·         Must have a valid driver’s license
·         Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

Note: Although no farming experience is necessary, preference will be given to candidates who have an active interest in pursuing a career in farming and/or the environmental and social justice issues pertaining to both local and global food systems.

COMPENSATION
There will be a monthly stipend of $800.00. RTB will provide room and board and internet access. Housing will include a private place to sleep (in a tiny house) and a shared kitchen/dining/library space with laundry facilities available. Culinary preparation of farm-based dinners is included Monday-Friday evenings. Educational training in ecological horticulture and organic farming and gardening will be available, consisting of field trips to other farms in the area and opportunities to learn about additional aspects of RTB’s operation, including livestock management, food preservation and natural building. Ten paid days off per season are also included.

HOW TO APPLY
Please send cover letter, resume and references to Desa Van Laarhoven via email (preferred) at desa@roundthebendfarm.org , or you can mail them to Desa at Round the Bend Farm at 92B Allens Neck Road, Dartmouth, MA 02748.




Intern or Volunteer with Green-U.org to Save the Environment




About Green-U
Green-U.org (launching soon) will help students contribute to the environmental sustainability of college/university campuses and communities, while also increasing environmental awareness, literacy, and activism.

Our platform has the following components:

  • Resources: We will provide extensive resources, how-to guides, and marketing assets to help people plan and improve sustainability programs, including waste reduction, composting, water use, food, landscaping, energy use, procurement, healthy buildings, solar, and transportation. While such resources exist today, they are difficult to find, scattered across multiple websites, and often available only to those who have paid for access.

  • Community: Our online community at each college/university will help all stakeholders—including student organizations, individual students, faculty members, staff, and administrators—coalesce and organize to envision, plan, promote, and implement these programs. It will also connect people interested in the same topics at different schools.

  • Surveys:  Surveys will gather information on environmental practices at individual schools nationwide.

  • Petition: Our online petition will allow members of each college/university to lend their voices to advocate for their school’s adoption of environmentally-sustainable policies.

  • Beyond-Campus: We will also advance the movement towards sustainability by providing news and ways to get involved beyond the campus.

  • Media, Partners, and Celebrities: We will engage with media, partner organizations, and celebrities to promote this program.

Interns, Volunteers, and Campus Reps
We are recruiting interns and volunteers to work in our Manhattan office or remotely. Focus on research and editorial, marketing, or community management. We are also recruiting campus reps to grow this movement at campuses nationwide.
  • Use your skills, experience, knowledge, creativity and talent to help us help students green their campuses and communities, while also building environmental awareness and activism.
  • Become a member of our dynamic and creative international team.
  • Take a leadership role in the movement to protect the environment.
  • Learn a tremendous amount.
  • Enhance your resume with a record of service and accomplishment, and get a glowing letter of recommendation.

Use and enhance your professional skills in any of these fields: environmental studies or engineering, research, editorial, strategy, partnerships, finance, communications, social media, graphics, community management, fundraising, sponsorships, Public Relations (PR), Human Resources (HR), marketing, event management, organizing, and activism.

This is a great place to work. We have had interns and volunteers from all over the United States and more than fifty countries. The atmosphere is energetic, creative, and fun. We value brainstorming, initiative, sharing, and collaborating. Think of it is a laboratory, studio, seminar, or incubator. We are also casual. We are interested in your brains, creativity and heart, rather than your attire. Want to work in jeans, t-shirt and flip-flops? That’s fine with us.

About ChangingThePresent.org
Green-U is a project of ChangingThePresent.org, which The New York Times called an “amazon.com of the nonprofit world” for our work in helping nonprofits capture money normally spent on traditional presents (BTW, we are recruiting interns and volunteers for a wide range of causes and roles on it; please see www.ChangingThePresent-Join.org for more info on it). We are also getting ready to launch Green-U, which is described here.

Who, Where, When
  • We are glad to hear from undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals who want to make a meaningful impact with their skills.
  • Work at our office or remotely. We are conveniently located at 7th Avenue and 33 Street, across from Penn Station in Manhattan. 
  • Full-time or part-time, school-year or summer, day or evening, weekday or weekend. We are flexible.
  • We provide a great opportunity to take a leadership role in making a meaningful change in the world, but this is an unpaid position.

Share
Please share this opportunity with others who may be interested.

Apply Now 
Are you ready for a great experience and eager to make a difference?
Please send a resume and short cover letter to:  join [AT] ChangingThePresent [DOT] org.

Please tell us what role you would like to take, what you are passionate about, whether you would like to work from our office or remotely, and when you are available.
 
Thank you!




Frontier Group uses the power of ideas and information to achieve a cleaner environment and a fairer and more democratic society.
We produce timely, high-quality research reports on the nation’s pressing challenges: environmental protection, sustainable energy, good government and more. We help shape effective public policy strategies that address those problems. And we work to make sure the public and decision-makers hear our message through the media.

As a policy associate, you will:
·  Write compelling reports on social problems and solutions, using a variety of methodologies including literature reviews and data analysis.
·  Help advocates in the field craft a message that will change minds, spur action and generate media attention.
·  Write op-eds, blog entries and journal articles that insert our findings into the public debate.
·  Participate in trainings, presentations and panels.
·  Learn the skills of canvassing and managing a fundraising operation, and run a canvass office for a partner organization during the summer months.
·  Learn recruiting skills and participate in recruiting new Frontier Group staff

Location: Denver, CO, Boston, MA, and Santa Barbara, CA
Apply Today! Go to http://workforprogress.org/apply/?pos=Policy+Associate&org=Frontier+Group&id=101 to submit a resume, cover letter with references, and writing sample. In your cover letter, please be sure to mention where you saw our job advertised and what location you are interested in.







Fellows
Our fellows don’t just sit behind a desk. You’ll be out in the real world—recruiting new groups to join a coalition, speaking in a church basement or town hall to win a new endorsement, organizing a news event or rally, meeting with an editorial board, or doing whatever else it takes to urge our public officials to do the right thing. This is a two-year program, expressly designed to prepare future leaders within PIRG. We look for smarts, leadership experience, top-notch written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to learn. We value experience organizing, including building campus groups.

Digital Campaigners
Our digital campaigners help us design and win campaigns on some of the most important issues affecting the public today. This position is an exciting way to organize and motivate people online. Our online campaigns reach tens of thousands of people and spread the word about making change. This is a position for professionals who are ready to turn online skills into political action. We’re looking for people with sharp writing skills, savvy strategic ability, and a talent for using social media.

To learn more and apply, visit jobs.uspirg.org.

U.S. PIRG is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.



What do interns with Environment America interns do?  You’ll help us educate and engage more students and citizens on the most critical environmental issues of our time. You’ll help us get our issues into the media, build coalitions, organize events and lobby decision-makers. Ultimately, you’ll help us build the kind of public support it takes to win.

Campaigns

We’re working to stop global warming: We took a big step forward last summer when President Obama directed his Environmental Protection Agency to develop standards that would cut carbon pollution from power plants, the nation’s largest contributors to global warming pollution. This historic step won’t be enough to fully solve the problem, but it’ll be an important start. But standing in the way, at every step, is one of the most powerful special interests in the world: the fossil fuel industry. That’s where we come in. We’re working to rally millions of American citizens, along with local elected officials and other powerful voices to back the President’s plan.

We’re making sure we don’t frack our future: Dirty and dangerous fracking could soon put some of America’s most spectacular places at risk. And we know that this especially destructive method of drilling for gas contaminates water and turns forests and rural landscapes into industrial zones – making nearby families sick and contributing significantly to global warming as well. Now, we’re working to offset the outsized influence of the oil and gas industry and keep our remarkable special places protected.

We’re working to protect our rivers, lakes and streams:  To protect our waterways from pollution and destruction we need to crack down on factory farm pollution, sewage and other threats. And we know it won’t be easy because of big opposition from the Farm Bureau, giant agribusiness and others. Now, we’re working to harness grassroots support for clean water and turn it into the political power we need to have a lasting direct impact on our waterways.

Becoming an Environment America intern
If you agree that it’s time to solve these big environmental problems, the best thing you can do to get involved is to apply to be an Environment America intern today.

We’re looking for students who care deeply about the environment and are ready to make a difference now.

As an intern:
  • You’ll learn how to analyze environmental problems, push for smart solutions, and build the public support it takes to win
  • You’ll work side-by-side with one of our organizers, learning the ropes.
  • And you'll attend briefings and trainings to learn even more about environmental issues and gain organizing skill
  • And if you’re thinking you might want to make a career out of solving big environmental problems like global warming – interning with Environment America is one of the best ways to get started. Not only will you get the training and experience you need, but we hire our most talented and committed interns to join our Fellowship Program when they graduate. 

We’re hiring interns in Boston and 29 states nationwide. Email Madeline Page, Environment America’s Global Warming Outreach Director at mpage@environmentamerica.org with questions or to apply!




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Below is a list of upcoming programs in which your students may be interested. Please share this email with faculty colleagues and students in your department. To view more of our programming, you can also visit bc.edu/careerevents. Please also keep in mind that our staff is available to visit your classes if you would like for us to give a quick (5-10 min) overview of our services or a longer presentation on a specific topic. 
If you know of students that have questions or need assistance with exploring career options, figuring out summer or post-grad plans, or other career-related matters, please also feel free to refer them to the Career Center for a one-on-one advising appointment. For more information about our appointments versus drop-ins, please visit our website.
Thank you for referring your students to our resources, events, and advising services!


What are your plans for the summer?
by Amber Meyers, Assistant Director BC Career Center

“What are your plans this summer?” is a common question asked of students once the snow (finally) stops falling here in Boston and the spring semester begins to wind down.
By now you may have considered interning at your dream company, taking classes, or studying abroad. Or maybe you’re feeling confused because you’re not quite sure how to best use your summer months? Fear not! The good news is you’re in control of how you spend your time this summer and you can still plan to make the most of it... Read Amber's tips HERE!

Job Shadow Treks 
Join us for a Job Shadow trek with on Friday, April 21st! The following treks are happening:
Celtics | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. |
Novartis | 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. |
Channel 7 News | 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. |
Job Shadow Treks provide an opportunity for students to explore industries in a hands-on environment. Each trek, hosted by BC alumni and friends, will last approximately 2 hours and will provide a unique experience which may include alumni panels, tours, networking sessions, and presentations. Register in EagleLink today!
COMING UP 


Unsure of your summer plans? Have a job but want to know how to maximize your summer? We will help you make a game plan for using this time to explore ways to gain new skills through internship/job opportunities, volunteer and job shadow experiences. Attend the Successful Summer workshop!

ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES: Career Chats & Workshop

Health Professions Personal Statement Webinar | Wednesday, April 12 | 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. | virtual

Expert-in-Residence
The following companies will be visiting campus to conduct expert-in-residence sessions this month. There are some restrictions for who can sign up for each session, based on class year and desired applicant type. To learn more and to register, log in to the workshops section of EagleLink. All appointments occur in the Career Center.
April Expert-in-Residence sessions:
Ipsos (Marketing/Data Analytics) Tuesday, April 18 | 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. |
Castle Point Partners, LLC (Political Consulting)  Monday, April 24 | 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. |

INFORMATION SESSIONS
Employers host information sessions on campus throughout the academic year. Below is just a sampling of what's coming up.
Cornerstone Research Wednesday, April 19 | 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. | Gasson 205
Joseph E. Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action Thursday, April  | 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. |  Fulton Honors Library
EY Thursday, April 20 | 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. | Walsh Function Room
Deutsche Bank Monday, April 24 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Walsh Function Room