How To Get A Job With The Forest Service Webinar

Upcoming Webinar!
How To Get A Job With The Forest Service
Thursday, October 26th at 9:30 a.m. MST
Hosted by Missoula Job Service & the Northern Region of the U.S. Forest Service.
Here is a great opportunity to join via teleconference call or on video with Regional Specialist, Amber Kamps, to ask questions regarding upcoming jobs, hiring events, and more.
No registration is needed.

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Or Telephone Dial:1- 646-876-9923  or 1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 121 682 372

This is a great time to learn more about jobs/careers with the Forest Service in the Northern Region as we gear up for multiple hiring events starting in November through the spring.

  • Fire Hire:  The Northern Rockies Region of the Forest Service is pleased to announce our hiring event for GS-5 through GS-9 permanent positions in fire management in November.  These are permanent positions only.  Our summer or temporary positions will be advertised with a separate hiring event in January.
  • Temporary/Summer Positions:  These positions will be advertised with separate hiring events starting in January. More information will be coming out soon for this.
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You are receiving this email because you requested to be on our email list to received job outreaches & information from the Northern Region of the USDA Forest Service.

Contact Info:  Amber Kamps (406) 439-9138


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Calling all sophomores, juniors, and seniors exploring master’s and doctoral programs at the UW and neighboring universities in Washington or throughout the region and
country. This is an informal event, designed for UW students, alumni, and community members to learn about graduate school and consider ways to prepare right after they graduate or years later.

There will be a raffle with prizes for attendees throughout the entire event!

Thursday, October 26th from 11-3pm in the Intellectual House


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2017-18 WA AWRA Fellowship

It is again time to encourage your graduate students working in a water resources related field to apply for the Washington State Section of the American Water Resources Association’s annual graduate fellowship.

Details regarding the requirements for and benefits from the fellowship are outlined in the attached application.

There is one big change this year. In past years the deadline for submitting the application has been mid-November. However, during the last two years this date has proved problematic for both the review committee and students. Consequently, after consulting with student chapter representatives and our own membership, it was decided that a mid February deadline would work better for all parties. You will note that the deadline for this round of applications will be Friday, February 16, 2018.

Apply here: AWRA_FELLOWSHIP App 17-18 v1

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Government Office & Internship Fair

Are you interested in gaining a full-time, part-time, or an internship opportunity with a government agency? Then you will definitely want to attend the UW Seattle campus Government Job & Internship Fair sponsored by the Career and Internship Center with support from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance Career Development Office.

Government Job & Internship Fair

Thursday, October 26th, 2-5pm

Mary Gates Hall Commons – Seattle campus

Open to all students and alumni from all 3 campuses

Click HERE for more details about the fair or download The Fairs App (available to download for FREE to your iphone/ipad from the Apple App store or from Google Play store for Android phones).

Questions? Please email Donna Chen at or call the Career & Internship Center at 206-543-0535.  We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, October 26th in Mary Gates Hall!

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Alternative Spring Break

It’s time to apply for Alternative Spring Break (ASB) – a chance for UW students to contribute to rural and tribal communities around Washington, have a cross-cultural, immersive exchange, and team-teach and mentor in K-12 settings!

We could not be more excited to advertise our two SCIENCE ASB programs (STEM and Environmental Science), flyers attached, which serve youth ages 10-18.

(If you are interested in Literacy ASB, applications will be out for that Monday Nov 13th!)

By building relationships and providing dynamic curriculum, Science ASB programs cultivate an interest in science, the self-esteem, and the leadership of the K-12 youth we work with.

UW students will find they have much to offer the program, and that they also gain a lot from the experience in return!

For more details:

STEM ASB:  – more questions? Email

Environmental ASB: – more questions? Email

***Open Information Session: Friday, Oct 27th, 4:30pm, MGH 171E***

Priority Deadline for Applications is 11:59pm on Friday November 3rd

STEM ASB application:

Environmental ASB application (new applicants):

Environmental ASB application (returning participants):

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Data Annotation Position

We are a research team in UW CSE and UW Medicine working on a smartphone application for diagnosing concussions (link). Our algorithm involves machine-learning on images of a person’s eyes, so we need to have lots of images annotated with high precision. This entails using a program we have written to step through a video and select points to trace out the border of a person’s pupils.
Ideally, we are looking for someone to label our entire dataset, which we estimate would take ~25 hours. We would offer someone $400 to label the dataset with an extra $100 bonus if it is finished within two weeks after we meet, provided that it meets certain quality measures we have in place. We are also willing to entertain offers to label smaller chunks of the larger dataset at an equivalent hourly rate and bonus structure.
If you are interested or have more questions, please send an email to Alex Mariakakis ( and cc Lynn McGrath ( Thanks!

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US-IALE 2018: Sponsored Student Travel Awards

Sponsored Student Travel Awards for 2018 US-IALE Conference

Up to ten (10) travel awards, valued at up to $700 each, have been made available to support students to attend the 2018 US-IALE conference:

US-IALE 2018 Annual Meeting

Chicago, Illinois

April 8-12, 2018

Students interested in applying for a US-IALE student travel award may review eligibility criteria and application instructions at:

All US-IALE sponsored student travel award applications are due to Jennifer Costanza at by December 18, 2017.

Jennifer Costanza

Research Assistant Professor

Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources

North Carolina State University

3041 Cornwallis Road

Research Triangle Park, NC 27709


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Climate Change Town Hall with Gov. Jay Inslee

Climate Change Town Hall with Gov. Jay Inslee

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

2:45 – 3:45 p.m. | wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House

Governor Jay Inslee

At this special town hall with UW students, Gov. Inslee will discuss Washington’s current and future leadership on climate change action. All students are welcome to attend.

Next month, Gov. Inslee will join the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change COP 23 summit in Bonn, Germany, as part of the U.S. Climate Alliance, a bipartisan coalition of 14 states and Puerto Rico committed to meeting their share of the nation’s commitment to global greenhouse gas reductions.

More information on Washington’s climate action (pdf)

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Making Government Work for All workshop


Are you interested in advocating for evidence-based policy, but unsure how to begin?

Join us at the Seattle Central Library for Making Government Work for All: a workshop on public comment for science, labor and environmental advocacy.

WHEN: 6-8:30 PM Thursday, October 26

Two UW graduate student-led groups, the UAW Local 4121 Climate Justice Working Group and The Public Comment Project, are working with the Union of Concerned Scientists to bring you an evening of free draft beer, pizza, and public comment.

Public comment is an underutilized way for the scientific community to integrate research directly into public policy, especially for early-career scientists and interdisciplinary researchers. We’ll go over how it works, what effective comments look like, and guide you through your own public comment on one of three current comment opportunities.

For more information and to register for the workshop, visit our EventBrite page.

** All Seattle Central Library facilities are ADA accessible. Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding accessibility.


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TODAY Boeing Lecture by Prof. Natalia Komarova (UC Irvine)


TIME        : Today (October 19, 2017), 4 pm – 5 pm.

VENUE       : Smith Hall 205, University of Washington

SPEAKER     : Prof. Natalia Komarova (UC Irvine)

TITLE       : Stochastic calculus of stem cells

ABSTRACT    : Stem cells are an important component of tissue
architecture. Identifying the exact regulatory
circuits that can stably maintain tissue homeostasis
(that is, approximately constant size) is critical
for our basic understanding of multicellular
organisms. It is equally critical for figuring
out how tumors circumvent this regulation, thus
providing targets for treatment. Despite great
strides in the understanding of the molecular
components of stem-cell regulation, the overall
mechanisms orchestrating tissue homeostasis are
still far from being understood. Typically, tissue
contains the stem cells, transit amplifying cells,
and terminally differentiated cells. Each of these
cell types can potentially secrete regulatory
factors and/or respond to factors secreted by other
types. The feedback can be positive or negative in
nature. This gives rise to a bewildering array of
possible mechanisms that drive tissue regulation.
In this talk I describe a novel stochastic method
of studying stem cell lineage regulation, which is
based on population dynamics and ecological
approaches. The method allows to identify possible
numbers, types, and directions of control loops that
are compatible with stability, keep the variance
low, and possess a certain degree of robustness.
I will also discuss evolutionary optimization and
cancer-delaying role of stem cells.


1. You are welcome to join the reception in the Lewis Hall
after the seminar.

2. There are a few time slots to meet with Prof. Komarova
individually. Please sign up at

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Wildlands Studies Campus Visit & Student Info Session Tue Oct 24, 4pm Anderson 22





This season students can choose among eighteen wildlife, wildland and cultural ecology field studies searching for solutions to environmental and cultural challenges. Field
studies take place in: Yellowstone, Big Sur (California), Banff (Canada), California Channel Islands, Vancouver Island, Fiji, Belize, South Africa, Argentina, Ecuador, Peru,
Chile, Thailand, Nepal, Indian Himalaya, Costa Rica, Panama, Baja, Australia, and New Zealand. Information on all of our programs is available on our website: Our email address is

Please join us at the Student Information Session and learn how to participate.

Wildlands Studies Info Session – U Washington – 10 24 17.pdf

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Carlson Center Undergraduate Community Based Internship Application Materials AVAILABLE

The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is excited to announce that student application materials for our Undergraduate Community Based Internship (UCBI) program are now available on our website. UCBI provides approximately 40 undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in paid community based internship experiences with non-profit and public sector organizations during both winter and spring quarters. Internships begin January 3, 2018 and conclude June 1, 2018.  

The Undergraduate Community-Based Internship (UCBI) program, developed in partnership with the UW Career & Internship Center, provides opportunities for undergraduates to grow professionally and personally, examine issues of social justice, gain an understanding of the diverse communities in Seattle and explore career paths in the public and non-profit sectors.

Students can access more information and preview application materials via the Carlson Center’s web site at Students can view the application questions now to prepare their submission materials. The online application on Catalyst will officially open on October 9, and will include descriptions of internship positions and host organizations. Applications must be submitted by 11:59 pm on Monday, October 23rd.

We encourage students to visit during drop in hours for questions and assistance as needed.

  • Monday, October 16th, 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
  • Tuesday, October 17th, 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
  • Wednesday, October 18th, 2:00 pm-4:00 pm
  • Thursday, October 19th, 11:00 am-2:00 pm

Questions? Email; give our team of Graduate Student Mentors a call at (206) 543-5514; or visit Mary Gates Hall 171 during drop in hours for additional application support and guidance.  




Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Mary Gates Hall, Suite 171 (The Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity)

206.685.2705 (office)

UCBI Flyer Poster 2018 FINAL.pdf

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GCA Scholarships, Fellowships, Internships and Awards

See Garden Club of America merit scholarship info below.

Graduate and Undergraduates can apply for one of our 28 merit-based scholarships, fellowships, internships and awards. GCA scholarship offerings fund the study of diverse subjects in the areas of botany, ecology, horticulture, pollinators and more and includes one for underutilized native plant studies…


October 18, 2017

Each year The Garden Club of America (GCA) extends an invitation to qualified students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels to apply for one of our 28 merit-based scholarships, fellowships, internships and awards. GCA scholarship offerings fund the study of diverse subjects in the areas of botany, ecology, horticulture, pollinators and more. In 2017, more than $330,000 was awarded to 86 scholars. We encourage you to share information about these GCA funding opportunities with students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents enrolled in U.S. institutions who may be seeking financial assistance for their studies.

New this year is

The Montine M. Freeman Scholarship in Native Plant Studies

, which supports the study of underutilized native plants at an accredited U.S. college or university or a major botanic garden or arboretum.

Also offered only in even numbered years, The Loy McCandless Marks Scholarship in Tropical Horticulture is available to a well-qualified graduate or advanced undergraduate student specializing in tropical horticulture, botany, or landscape architecture. This award intends to supplement a student’s pursuit of a previously accepted program of study abroad.

The GCA website at provides a comprehensive listing of our scholarship offerings, application requirements, deadlines and funding levels as well as information on previous scholarship recipients.

Please encourage worthy candidates to apply for these scholarship offerings:

? Summer scholarships in field botany for undergraduate and graduate students

? A scholarship for graduate study in public horticulture

? A fellowship to study pollinator decline

? An award to fund graduate and advanced undergraduate students studying horticulture, conservation, botany, environmental science and landscape design relating to arid landscapes

? A fellowship in urban forestry

? An offering in summer environmental studies for residents of New Jersey or non-residents studying in New Jersey

? A fellowship in ecological restoration

? Regional scholarships for undergraduates or graduate students who wish to pursue the study of horticulture and related subjects

? Awards for summer environmental studies to undergraduates following their freshman, sophomore or junior years

? A scholarship to study the habitat of threatened or endangered native birds of the U.S.

? A grant for graduate students to conduct field research on biology and management of rare flora

? A scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students for the study abroad of tropical horticulture and botany

? A fellowship in garden history and design

? An internship in garden history and design with a preference given to those who want to intern at the Smithsonian

? A summer scholarship in medicinal botany primarily for undergraduate students

? A fellowship in medicinal botany

? Awards in tropical botany for Ph.D. candidates to pursue independent field study

? Funding to assist graduate students for field work and research in coastal wetland studies

? A fellowship in landscape architecture at the American Academy in Rome

? Scholarships for graduate study in horticulture and landscape architecture in Great Britain

? A scholarship to study underutilized native plants

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WED. OCT. 18- Please Join Us for the Employer Panel Event, 5-7pm, HUB 250


Are you interested in consulting as a potential career path? Have you heard of consulting, but are unsure what it really means? Come to the ‘Careers in Consulting for All Majors’ panel to find out more! Join a panel of industry experts as they break down the variety of consulting roles and focus areas, share their own experiences, give advice and answer questions.  Stick around for a chance to mingle and network with company representatives from Point B, The Spur Group and Campbell & Company after the panel.


Careers in Consulting for All Majors

Wednesday, October 18, 5-7pm

HUB 250

All are welcome! (students of all majors, pre-majors, alumni)


No need to pre-register. Please do arrive early as seats are limited.  Questions? Email Donna Chen at or call 206-543-0535. We look forward to seeing you there!


Donna Chen

Events Coordinator –Career & Internship Center

134 Mary Gates Hall / Box 352810 / Seattle, WA 98195

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Yenching Academy – fully funded Master’s program in China Studies, apply for UW nomination by Nov. 7

UW students and alumni interested in China’s role in the world are encouraged to consider applying for nomination to the Yenching Academy program at Peking University. As a partner university, UW is asked to nominate students and alumni to apply for this program. UW nominees are considered strongly in the international selection process. US citizenship is not required; students from the US and around the globe may be eligible to apply (though unfortunately, PRC passport holders studying at UW are most likely not eligible, due to Peking University admission policies). Please feel free to share this information with students in your programs…

Interested in exploring China and its role in the world through a Master’s program at Peking University? Consider applying for UW nomination to compete internationally for the Yenching Academy program. The program offers a Master’s degree in China Studies and an essentially full scholarship.

UW Information & Nomination Details:

UW Application:

UW Deadline to Apply for Nomination: Nov. 7, 2017

Brief Program Information:

The Yenching Academy offers an intensive program of interdisciplinary classroom and field study of Chinese history and culture, as well as real-time issues in China’s development. As a college integrated within Peking University (PKU), the Yenching Academy prepares a diverse group of exceptional international and Chinese students with the knowledge of China that they need to fulfill their potential as global citizens and leaders. Yenching Academy offers courses in English. Concentration options include:

· Philosophy and Religion

· Economics and Management

· Law and Society

· Politics and International Relations

· History and Archaeology

· Literature and Culture

Scholarship Support:

The Yenching Academy provides a generous postgraduate scholarship that covers tuition fees, a travel stipend for one round-trip journey between each Scholar’s base city and Beijing, accommodations, and living costs on Peking University’s campus. The Academy offers a residential program aimed at creating a community of enthusiastic, globally oriented young innovators in the heart of China’s top university. Such close proximity to the academic infrastructure of Peking University provides a unique opportunity to participate and fully immerse oneself in the life of the university.

Enrolled international students spend 12 months in residence at the Yenching Academy, with the possibility to extend for a second year. For students from China (including Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan), the program lasts 24 months. Coursework is completed during the fall and spring semesters, and it is supplemented by additional study during the summer. Upon completion of their year in residence, students have up to one more year to finalize projects and defend their thesis. During this period, students in good academic standing may apply for a limited number of Teaching, Research, or Administrative Assistantships. In addition, Dean’s Research Grants will be awarded on a bi-annual basis to help fund selected research projects related to China Studies.

Eligibility Requirements:

The Yenching Academy annually enrolls approximately 125 new students from both Mainland China and abroad, to study, live, and learn together. International students from around the world, including the US, Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan comprise roughly 80% of the student body.

Applicants should have:

· Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in any field, awarded no later than August 31 of the year in which they wish to enroll;

· An outstanding academic record;

· Strong interest in interdisciplinary study of China;

· A record of extracurricular achievement, community engagement and social responsibility;

· Leadership potential;

· English proficiency.

· Successful applicants will demonstrate how the Yenching Academy program is relevant and valuable for their career plans.

· Preference is given to candidates age 25 or younger as of August 31 of the year they wish to enroll. For students from countries with mandatory military service, the age preference is 27 years old or younger.

Learn more at And learn from previous Yenching Academy students about their experiences shared in the Yenching Academy Webinar Series:


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Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity

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Call for Applicants: 2017-18 Husky Experience Student Advisory Council

Apply now to join the Husky Experience Student Advisory Council


Help advance the Husky Seed Fund, an award that brings to life innovative ideas by students that are inclusive, impactful, and inventive to the UW.  Gain valuable experience advancing and managing a program that will impact thousands of students at UW.


What types of student-led efforts would improve the overall Husky Experience? What would inspire students to create such a project and apply for funding?  You be the judge!


The Provost’s Office will provide the funding, basic structure and guidance for HESAC members to lead and advance the Husky Seed Fund.  In work groups, members will:  gain program management, leadership, and financial management skills; help fellow Huskies by shaping how dollars impact their ideas; and receive coaching from Provost’s Office staff on how to include this experience on a resume, talk about it in person and apply lessons learned and skills gained going forward.


Apply here:


Deadline:   5:00 p.m., October 31, 2017 

Councilmember Duties


This year the HESAC will be doing two things; selecting new projects and overseeing the three projects selected last year – Husky ADAPT, Speak Freelyand UW OpenSidewalks.  Members will participate in both of these areas.

To help you gauge the time commitment to HESAC, here is a schedule of activities:


o   Bi-weekly whole group meetings  – Tuesdays 3:30-5:30pm

§  Autumn Quarter

·       November 14 (Gerberding 156) & 28 (Gerberding 156)

·       December 12 (Gerberding 156)

§  Winter Quarter

·       January 16 (Gerberding 156) & 30 (Gerberding 142)

·       February 13 (Gerberding 142)  & 27 (Gerberding 142)

·       March 13 (Gerberding 156)

§  Spring Quarter

·       March 27 (Gerberding 156)

·       April 3 *note schedule shift* (Gerberding 156) & 17 (Gerberding 156)

·       May 1 (Gerberding 142), 15 (Gerberding 142) & 29 (Gerberding 100, CTL Commons)

o   As needed – small group meetings between bi-weekly meetings

§  To be arranged by small group members

  • We are not able to flex meeting times, so please double-check your schedule to ensure you can attend at these times if you are selected. If so, please place holds for these meetings on your calendar now.


Student Advisory Councilmember Terms of Service


  • Councilmembers will serve 1-year terms, with a possible 1-year reappointment.
  • Council members will review and award seed funding to peers.  They will not be eligible to apply for seed funding in the year in which they serve.

Questions? Contact Katy DeRosier at

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Paid Research Opportunities for Underrepresented Undergraduates

Supporting Undergraduate Research Experiences in Environmental Health (SURE-EH)

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Supporting Undergraduate Research Experiences in Environmental Health (SURE-EH) is now accepting applications from underrepresented undergraduate students enrolled at the University of Washington to conduct environmental health science-related research alongside faculty in the School of Public Health’s Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Science (DEOHS). Student researchers will be eligible for up to 2 years of funding, full-time during summer and part-time during the academic year.

·       The application (including instructions and eligibility information) can be found online here: https:/

·       Learn more about our SURE-EH on our website:

·       Application deadline:  Sunday, November 5, 2017

We are currently look for two (2) students to work on the following research projects:

Project # 1: Evaluation of weather communication approaches as part of a heat alert system for agricultural supervisors.

We have an opening for an undergraduate student to assist on a research project focused on the prevention of adverse heat related illness in agricultural workers.

This project will test the relative benefits of different weather forecast formats, comparing decisions made with and without uncertainty and other parameters.  The student will work in collaboration with the research team, PI, and collaborators in UW Psychology to: help design a study, enroll participants in computerized experiments, analyze data, and – with collaborators at Washington State University’s AgWeatherNet weather station program – assist in incorporating the findings from this work into a heat alert system for agricultural supervisors.

Note: Experiments and analysis would likely occur during academic year ’17-18, and activities that translate findings into the practice would likely occur during ’18-19.

Desired qualifications: Undergraduate at junior level with completed coursework, and/or interest in psychology, meteorology, and/or public health.  Planned or completed introductory coursework in bio/statistics. Experience using Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word and conducting literature searches.

Project # 2: Measuring chemical markers in air and dust to improve understanding of people’s exposure to diesel exhaust.

We have an opening for an undergraduate student to assist with research projects intended to improve our understanding of people’s exposure to diesel exhaust.  We will be measuring chemical markers of diesel exhaust in air and dust samples and by biomonitoring individuals within communities that have varying levels of traffic-related air pollution. The student would work in our lab under supervision of a research scientist to help develop and/or improve our analytical methods and analyze samples collected by collaborators in California.  The overall goals of the project are: 1) to compare exposures in communities that are heavily impacted with lesser impacted communities, 2) compare levels in child-parent pairs to understand exposure patterns across age groups, 3) examine the robustness of measuring air/dust samples compared with biomonitoring, and 4) evaluate the effectiveness of California’s diesel regulations.

Desired qualifications: Undergraduate at junior level with completed course work in chemistry.  Interest in public health research.

Questions? Please contact

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Volunteer with DuwamishAlive! Saturday, Oct 21st


It’s time for our annual Duwamish Alive! Fall event. Join us in improving the health of our green spaces, creeks and especially our Duwamish River as we celebrate these special community places!

Volunteers are needed at many local sites which provide critical habitat for our community and our river. All community members of all ages are welcome. Tools, gloves, instruction and snacks are provided at each site.

Volunteer information about our multiple sites and partners at:

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Open Position (Klamath Tribes)

Posting the attached position openings for the Klamath Tribes Administration Office.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 541-783-2219 ext. 190.

Sarah Bates
Human Resources Generalist
The Klamath Tribes
PO Box 436
Chiloquin OR 97624
(541)783-2219 Ext 190

P Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail.
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REI Event

Bhutan – The Trek to Sustainability, Democracy & Happiness

6:30 PM  –  8:00 PM
For anyone interested in ecotourism, The Kingdom of Bhutan is a must visit destination and REI Adventures offers outstanding treks there. Situated in the Himalaya, with stunning cliffside monasteries, majestic peaks, unique wildlife, steep rivers, and fascinating cultural sites and traditions, there are few places on earth to rival the captivating beauty of Bhutan. But there is much more to the story than ecotourism alone. Bhutan has undergone a remarkable and inspiring transition to democracy and has led the world with the concept of Gross National Happiness. This presentation, by the non-profit Bhutan Foundation, will further inform guests about Bhutan’s culture, transition to democracy, commitment to sustainability and the many challenges and opportunities as a tiny kingdom sandwiched between two giants transitions into the 21st century while preserving its environment and culture. Join us for this presentation.

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