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Forest Health intern announcement

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Resources for Interning Abroad

Aga Khan University – Internships in Kenya, Mozambique, & Pakistan – Deadline January 14th

Through a partnership with UW’s Population Health initiative, Aga Khan University offers international internships to UW students. Applications for summer internships are due January 14th. There are a total of 25 internships available in fields such as grant writing, research, finance, health management, communications, statistics, public health, IT, structural engineering, and events coordination. There are 4 positions for which Aga Khan is specifically seeking UW students, which means UW applicants will be prioritized for these opportunities! These positions include:

· Communications Intern / Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health / Nairobi, Kenya

· Monitoring & Evaluation Intern / Aga Khan Foundation / Pemba, Mozambique

· Bioinformatics & Statistics Intern / Department of Medicine / Karachi, Pakistan

· Public Health Intern / Community Health Sciences / Karachi, Pakistan

Selected interns will receive monthly living stipend, shared accommodation (furnished apartments) and reimbursement of pre-arrival medical check-ups and internship visa cost. Please note that the selected intern will be responsible for purchasing their return ticket, travel and health insurance. If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact​​ the Programme Coordinator at aku.iip.

Omprakash – Social Impact Internships Across the Globe – Various Deadlines

Omprakash is a Seattle-based organization that, since 2004, has been building mutually beneficial and educational relationships between grassroots social impact organizations and volunteer interns around the world who can learn from and support their work. The organization is run by a UW lecturer in CHID and Honors! Students may browse the Omprakash site to learn about open positions or they can engage more deeply by enrolling in UW’s pre-departure spring course, which is part of their Engaged Learning Abroad program. You can learn more by visiting their site, chatting with the founder at the Feb 14 Winter Job & Internship Fair, or attending 5:30 info sessions on Feb 11 and Feb 13 (more details will be posted soon here).

If you have questions, you can use the following contact information:

Briana Randall, Director /The Jerry Baldasty Internship Project
Career & Internship Center / University of Washington

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

Office 206.543.0535 / Direct 206.685.4139

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Mount Rainier Internship Opportunity – Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change Program

Internship opportunity at Mount Rainier National Park through the Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change (FPL) Program to assess water supply use and future demand in Mount Rainier National Park, and develop a range of alternative water supply options accounting for potential stressors including increased visitation, expansion of park operations, and a changing climate. The selected applicant will also assist in developing a stream temperature and water level sampling plan and deploy a subset of sensors in high priority locations that are critical for understanding park water supply needs and for protecting sensitive cold-water species.

To apply, and for more information on the FPL program and position, visit: http://futureparkleaders.org/index.php/internships/

Applications will be accepted for 2019 Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change internships starting TODAY Friday, December 7, 2018. The application deadline is 12:01 PM Pacific Standard Time (noon), Friday, January 25, 2019

The internship will run full-time (40 hours/week) for 12 weeks this summer, and pays $16/hour plus benefits, with free housing. Interns are employees of the University of Washington.

In addition, the FPL operates under the Department of the Interior’s (DOI) Direct Hire Authority (DHA), which means that students who excel in their internships and then subsequently complete their undergraduate or graduate degree requirements are eligible to be hired without competition into NPS, FWS, BLM, USBR, or BIA jobs for which they are qualified. Non-competitive hiring status for a FPL intern remains in effect for two years following graduation.

For more information, please contact Rebecca Lofgren at 360-569-6752

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City Internships | Program Update

The launch of our 2019 Internship Program application process has been a resounding success.

Our Global Accelerator Programs in Paris, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco are filling very quickly, and I anticipate there will be no places remaining after the New Year. As such, I would like to take the opportunity to ask interested students to apply sooner rather than later.

Students can of course continue applying to our other larger and longer-running Program locations; which are London, Los Angeles, New York City, Miami and Washington D.C.

For a short reminder of what we do: our Programs are open to students from any year and with any major, and they may choose a placement in one of 9 career fields: Banking & Financial services; Consulting & Professional services; Law & Politics; Technology & Engineering; Marketing, Advertising & PR; Media, Entertainment & Journalism; Art, Fashion & Design; Start-ups & Entrepreneurship; Charities, NFPs & NGOs.

Students may be directed to apply now at: https://city-internships.com/apply

For those who wish to review our Prospectus which explains our Programs and offering, you may find it here and also a printable Noticeboard Flyer is available here.

City Internships is a member of the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE), NAFSA: Association of International Educators, The Forum on Education Abroad and the National Society on Experiential Education (NSEE).

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Recruiting for UW- NPS Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change

The Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change (FPL) supports paid internships to highly accomplished undergraduate and graduate students to work in national parks for approximately 12 weeks on projects in climate change research, interpretation, park operations, policy development, and other fields.

To apply, and for more information on the FPL program and position, visit: http://futureparkleaders.org/index.php/internships/

Applications will be accepted for 2019 Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change internships starting TODAY Friday, December 7, 2018. The application deadline is 12:01 PM Pacific Standard Time (noon), Friday, January 25, 2019

The internship will run full-time (40 hours/week) for 12 weeks this summer, and pays $16/hour plus benefits, with free housing. Interns are employees of the University of Washington.

In addition, the FPL operates under the Department of the Interior’s (DOI) Direct Hire Authority (DHA), which means that students who excel in their internships and then subsequently complete their undergraduate or graduate degree requirements are eligible to be hired without competition into NPS, FWS, BLM, USBR, or BIA jobs for which they are qualified. Non-competitive hiring status for a FPL intern remains in effect for two years following graduation.

Chip Jenkins

Superintendent

Mount Rainier National Park

Office: 360.569.6503

Cell: 360.770.8882

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The Next 100: The goal is to connect with

and create the next generation of stewards.

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Secretary Perdue announces new OneUSDA Internship Program

Hello USDA Family-

Today, I am proud to announce that we are accepting applicants to our “OneUSDA Internship” opportunity for Summer 2019. Today’s students are the future of America and there are few things more American than agriculture. We’re aiming to find fresh talent, with diverse backgrounds, across all 50 states, to begin their careers as an intern with USDA

As part of the Federal Pathways Program, the OneUSDA Internship will provide students a way to explore serving their country through a career in government while gaining work experience in agriculture, natural resources, rural development, and other career fields.

If you know of anyone who may be interested in serving their country and working here at USDA, please pass this email along to them. We would love to hear from them and have them serve at USDA.

The OneUSDA Internship Program provides students with experience in a dynamic work environment that will enhance their educational goals and shape their career choices. At USDA, we are committed to teaching and shepherding the next generation of strong leaders.

USDA will start reviewing applications on December 9, and the application window will close on January 18, 2019. Help us spread the word!

In the Summer of 2019, USDA will hire Pathways Interns in hundreds of locations across every state for the following occupational fields:

  • Veterinary Science
  • Biological Sciences (e.g., natural resources management forestry, wildlife biology, fish biology, ecology, botany, rangeland management, recreation)
  • Engineering
  • Agribusiness, Contracting, Procurement, and Industry
  • General Administration and Office Support

After choosing the geographic region of preference and the career path that best matches with students’ area of study and professional aspirations at https://www.usda.gov/Internships, students simply follow the weblinks to https://www.usajobs.gov/ to set up an account, then follow the prompts to apply to the internship.

For more information, visit www.USDA.gov/Internships.

Thank you for everything you do to “Do Right and Feed Everyone.”

Sonny Perdue

Secretary

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Trees for Seattle internship

SEFS graduate students,

We would like to draw your attention to an internship opportunity that some of you may be interested in. It is the Trees for Seattle Internship offered by Seattle Public Utilities. They are seeking a graduate intern to engage in urban forestry outreach in support of increasing canopy cover and reducing storm water runoff.

It seems like students in our graduate programs would be extremely qualified for this opportunity so I am sending it to you directly.

Please find more information about the position here: http://www.seattle.gov/personnel/employment/default_TemporaryAndInternship.asp

Select the Trees for Seattle Internship position on the list.

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Thank You and New Programming Available for Students

Insight facilitates unique, semester-long internship and study abroad programs for undergraduate students. Our programs give students the opportunity to intern and study in the Global South at the same time, ensuring a holistic and rigorous educational experience.

We currently run programming in Uganda, Fiji and, beginning in 2019, we will also have programming available in Chiang Mai, Thailand. If you are still open to distributing our program info to your students, please let us know and I’ll forward you the information that can be easily sent onwards. Details about our programming can be found here

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Hancock Forest Management – 2019 Summer Internship

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Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership – Watershed Restoration/Environmental Science Education

The Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP) is recruiting applicants for environmental AmeriCorps Members for the Fall 2018-19 program.
SNAP AmeriCorps Members serve 11 months with a Sierra Nevada, California environmental nonprofit or agency. Members conduct and lead watershed restoration projects, do ecological monitoring, conduct environmental education and outreach, and recruit and manage volunteers, as well as participate in career development and training. This is a unique opportunity for students and graduates to gain valuable experience in environmental organizations and agencies while working on key environmental issues facing communities in the Sierra Nevada.

Rachel Durben

Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership Program Director

Sierra Nevada Alliance

530.542.4546 ext. 705

Rachel.durben@sierranevadaalliance.org

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Unique summer internship opportunity!

Are you interested in working with young learners with and without disabilities?

Looking to add “positive behavior support” or “de-escalation techniques” to your CV?

Do you like making slime?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, the JUMP Summer Internship may be right up your alley!

This experience provides up to 250 hours of experiential learning, offering you an opportunity to develop critical teaching tools and effective techniques for modifying and adapting classroom activities to meet the needs of any learner. Professional development connected with this internship results in an Advanced Right Response Certification.

This internship (for credit or volunteer) is appropriate for anyone in education, psychology, social work, speech and hearing sciences, physical or occupational therapy, or other fields related to working with individuals with disabilities or young learners.

Please contact Tara Coffin at jumphc@uw.edu if you are interested in learning more!

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Unique summer internship opportunity! Do you like making slime? Are you interested in working with young learners with and without disabilities? Read On!!

Are you interested in working with young learners with and without disabilities?

Looking to add “positive behavior support” or “de-escalation techniques” to your CV?

Do you like making slime?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, the JUMP Summer Internship may be right up your alley!

This experience provides up to 250 hours of experiential learning, offering you an opportunity to develop critical teaching tools and effective techniques for modifying and adapting classroom activities to meet the needs of any learner. Professional development connected with this internship results in an Advanced Right Response Certification.

This internship (for credit or volunteer) is appropriate for anyone in education, psychology, social work, speech and hearing sciences, physical or occupational therapy, or other fields related to working with individuals with disabilities or young learners.

Please contact Tara Coffin at jumphc@uw.edu if you are interested in learning more!

Summer Volunteer Opportunity V2.pdf

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Forestry Intern w/ Glacier Peak Institute

Interested in forestry and rural communities? Glacier Peak Institute is an action-based education non-profit committed to revolutionizing rural communities by connecting youth with their ecosystems. Located in the Cascade Mountains we provide natural resource educational experiences to Snohomish County’s most rural and impoverished school district (Darrington). As part of a crew leading team, you will be responsible for successfully planning and completing projects, building collaborative working group amongst a youth crew, overseeing the health and safety of youth crew, and teaching both life and job skills. This position will be comprised mostly of field work. The Crew Intern will help plan and implement activities in collaboration with Glacier Peak Institute, Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest including a Silviculturist and Wildlife Biologist, and other partners. This will include leading a crew of 5 high school youth under employment of Washington State University, through the Snohomish County Extension office. Work will support the US Forest Service (USFS) native tree and plant seed collection for use in restoration projects, improve trails, restore culturally significant resources, improve wildlife habitat and forest infrastructure while simultaneously introducing youth to careers in forestry.

What you will learn:

● Natural resource and forest management and conservation methods, such as native plant restoration, trail construction/ maintenance, management and more

● Project planning and management skills

● Leadership skills in natural resource management and youth mentoring

● Additional on the job training for technical and additional interpersonal skills

Major Duties:

● Maintain a healthy work environment and assure the safety of the crew at all times

● Supervise and collaborate with part-time high school crew on projects

● Develop and coordinate projects with Glacier Peak staff, volunteers, government agencies and local specialists. Partners include US Forest Service, National Park Service, WA Department of Natural Resources, Darrington Collaborative and more

● Create safety and activity implementation protocols, organize/maintain equipment and gear

● Safely drive the crew to and from work location each day, usually on gravel roads

● Mark trees for pruning and removal following specific guidelines

● Keep track of work completed on forms, spreadsheets, and/or maps

● Provide a positive and diligent work ethic to high schoolers, help teach job expectations and responsibility.

● Work with the youth crew to reteach lessons learned in the field biweekly

● Learn why tree genetics are important in forestry, and how to keep trees healthy. •

● View cut cones and tree buds under microscopes for signs of growth and cone crop potential.

● Collect native grass seed and tree cones for use in native plant restoration.

● Aid USFS in trail maintenance of trails and removal of noxious weeds.

Desired Qualifications:

● Experience or educational background in forestry, natural resource management and/or related fields

● Good interpersonal skills and ability and/or experience working with diverse personalities (volunteers, teenagers, etc.)

● Adept at working in varying field settings (will include both office work and outdoor work plus some overnight camping)

● Commitment to foster strong work and environmental ethics, youth leadership and team collaboration

● Self-motivated, an interest in service/community work and desire to make a positive impact

● Prefer applicants with first aid, especially outdoor medicine certifications (WFR, WFA, etc.)

● Ability to adapt and problem solve quickly

● Valid driver’s license and safe driving record

● Ability to stand, walk, and kneel for extended periods of time under a variety of weather conditions while outdoors and perform strenuous physical work.

● Ability to carry up to 50 pounds while hiking on rough terrain.

● Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities to communicate effectively on the telephone and in person.

● Sufficient vision or other powers of observation to review, evaluate and prepare a variety of written documents and materials.

Bonuses:

● Housing provided in Darrington

● Maybe eligible for credit

● Darrington has hiking, climbing, biking, and whitewater access from your porch

● Darrington hosts several summer music festivals including the Darrington Bluegrass Festival, The Spur Festival, and Summer Meltdown

How to apply:

Apply by contacting Oak Rankin at oak.rankin@wsu.edu with a copy of your resume and three references by no later than May 13th, 2018.

Oak R. Rankin GPI – WSU Snohomish County Extension Coordinator oak.rankin@wsu.edu 206-817-4665
http://www.glacierpeakinstitute.org
Facebook: GlacierPeakInstitute
Instagram: glacier_peak_institute
Twitter: GlacierPi

GPI Mission: Empowering youth through action based education to build resilient rural communities and ecosystems encompassing the Glacier Peak region.

WSU Extension and GPI programs are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office. Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs who contact Oak Rankin oak.rankin@wsu.edu or 206-817-4665 at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

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Summer Urban Forestry-Vegetation Internship with Seattle Public Utilities

Graduate or undergraduate summer intern in urban forestry and vegetation

link to the posting to distribute as you see fit:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2064801/urban-ecosystems-internship?pagetype=transferJobs

The application closes at 4 p.m. on May 15th.

The internship wouldn’t start until July 11th.

If you have questions, please email Josh at Josh.Meidav@seattle.gov

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Summer Urban Forestry-Vegetation Internship with Seattle Public Utilities

Summer Urban Forestry-Vegetation Internship with Seattle Public Utilities

CLOSES soon! Great summer opportunities!

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2064801/urban-ecosystems-internship?pagetype=transferJobs

The application closes at 4 p.m. on May 15th.

The internship wouldn’t start until July 11th.

Josh Meidav
Senior Environmental Analyst
Seattle Public Utilities | Urban Ecosystems
Tel-office: 206-256-5184 | Tel-cell: 206-437-7528
Josh.Meidav@seattle.gov | http://www.seattle.gov/util/

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THU & FRI: D.C. Internships Info & Drop-in Sessions and Upcoming Deadlines

Are you interested in doing an internship in Washington, D.C. and earning UW credit? If yes, come to either an information session or drop-in session for The Washington Center (TWC):

Thursday, April 19

1030-1115

Drop-in with TWC Rep

SMI 215
Pol S Advising Office

1130-1220

Information Session

GWN 1A
(ground floor Gowen Hall)

1230-120

Information Session

GWN 1A
(ground floor Gowen Hall)

230-320

Information Session

GWN 1A
(ground floor Gowen Hall)

330-420

Information Session

SAV 158

Friday, April 20

930-1130

Drop-in with TWC Rep

SMI 215
Pol S Advising Office

The Washington Center (TWC) runs an internship program in Washington, D.C., that is open to all UW undergraduates (all majors welcome) and provides comprehensive service, including internship placement and housing. Placements include government agencies, corporations, nonprofits, museums, arts organizations, and international organizations.
Hundreds of UW students have participated in this program since UW’s affiliation in 1977, and many made connections that led to post-degree employment.

At the informational meetings, a Washington Center representative and I will discuss the structure of the program, scholarships, the application process, and UW credit.

The program is affordable for many students. UW WA State residents receive a $2500 scholarship that makes the cost of attending the program comparable to participating in many study abroad programs. UW international students and residents of other states receive a $1000 scholarship and may pay less for this program than the estimated cost of attending UW for a quarter. Additional scholarships may be available for students interested in the autumn or spring semester programs.

TWC’s facilities are accessible to students who have disabilities. In addition, their Disability Services Coordinator will assist with accommodation at the internship and programming sites.

These are the upcoming application deadlines (for a full list of organizations that have earlier deadlines see http://www.twc.edu/node/11029): Autumn 2018 (15 weeks, Aug-Dec): Regular: May 16
Spring 2019 (15 weeks, Jan-May): Priority*: Oct 17, Regular: Nov 14 Summer 2019 (10 weeks, Jun-Aug), Priority*: Feb 20, Regular: Mar 13 * Priority deadline is for scholarships above the minimum guaranteed

Regardless of your major, there is an internship in D.C. for you! Whether you want to do an internship this year or in three years, come to an information session to learn more.

If you can’t make it, contact me, Meera Roy, for an appointment (available online at https://depts.washington.edu/polsadvc/signup.php — you can change the week at the top of the screen–or you can email me for an appointment time). Program information is also available at TWC’s website, http://www.twc.edu.

Meera E. Roy
Director of Academic Services
Department of Political Science
Box 353530
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3530

(206) 543-9456 FAX: (206) 685-2146

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
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Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 Internships at UW Fiddleheads Forest School

Check out this great Spring Internship Opportunity right in our “backyard.”

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Fiddleheads Forest School
Spring and Summer Internships
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Join Seattle’s Pioneering Outdoor Preschool
at the University of Washington

Fiddleheads Forest School was the very first entirely outdoor preschool in Seattle. We pioneered the urban outdoor preschool model in the United States and helped develop the first legislation to license outdoor preschools in North America. Today the school is nationally respected as a standard-bearer in the field of early childhood nature-based education, and is committed to supporting the field as a whole through education, outreach, and leadership.

Our competitive volunteer & internship program (only a 10 minute bike ride away from campus) accepts over 30 students annually, and is designed to support and nurture future leaders in fields as diverse as education, psychology, health, environmental studies, and more.

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A classroom that grows with its students

Fiddleheads grows and changes with each passing year, and our internships allows for volunteers to participate in the creation and implementation of a uniquely dynamic, high-quality preschool experience in an extraordinary environment. Interns gain valuable experience in early childhood development as well as nature-based education while working closely with teachers to create and lead fun, age appropriate, educational activities.

After a lifetime of confined and structured classrooms, I was utterly and completely stunned by the outdoor model that Fiddleheads provided…I saw students explore, discover, learn, and play in an environment ripe with learning opportunities. Whether we were telling stories on the nurse log, observing baby owls, or examining frozen ponds, Fiddleheads found opportunities for growth in every circumstance. The students took their education into their own hands. At Fiddleheads, I was graced with lessons in compassion, leadership, and the importance of play within a classroom. As I make the transition into a teacher career, I’ve learned to place a great emphasis in student engagement.

– Minh Tran, Forest School Intern

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A commitment to Equity and Diversity

Fiddleheads is deeply committed to fostering equity and diversity in the field of nature-based early childhood education. In addition to providing scholarships to 10% of our incoming class, we helped start a national dialogue about equity when we chaired and hosted last year’s National Nature Preschool Conference on Equity and Cultural Responsiveness. We believe that nature-based education must be culturally responsive education, and are on a continuing journey to refine our approach through education and reflection and to embody principles of anti-bias and cultural responsiveness in our work.

Twenty years old, and I was still afraid of getting dirty. These kids had not yet turned five, and they had no inhibitions… just rolling around in dirt, climbing nurse logs, and eating licorice ferns. I would never have done any of these things had it not been for the kids showing me the way. I never imagined it would be possible to have a school outside, all year round.

– Angela Feng, Forest School Intern

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A Specialized Approach

Our volunteers build meaningful connections with students and teachers while developing leadership skills in early childhood and nature-based education. We work closely with interns and volunteers to develop positions that suit your unique needs and interests.

Fiddleheads offers multiple options for volunteering that fit a range of schedules. Commit to one day (or more) per week for the duration of a quarter for either our morning (9am-1pm) or afternoon class (2pm-4pm).

Interested in Learning More?

Check out our profiles in ffschool. We’re happy to answer any questions you have or set up a time to chat!

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Methow Valley Native Plant Internship June 1- Aug 31 (flexibility to extend on either side)

Methow Natives is offering an internship position to interested applicants for 2018 field season. The internship will be based from TwispWorks campus in Twisp,WA. Interns will gain experience in a wide range of native plant activities. Applicants should have strong background in natural history and environmental education and have good personal skills. They will need both strong independent work skills and the ability to work well in group setting. Applicants should be able to handle regular, physical work under challenging conditions. Maintenance work includes: planting, hand weeding, mowing, fencing and supplemental irrigation. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable skills, live in a beautiful community and do good work for the planet.

See attached flyer for more details.

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KEXP Internships

KEXP is recruiting for seven part-time, paid internships. Internships are between 10-15 hours/week and pay $15/hr. Internships include:

* Video production
* Audio post-production
* Development
* Creative Production
* Morning Show Producer
* Broadcast Engineering
* Software Development

Full job descriptions here: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/List/2188/Friends-of-KEXP

If you know anyone who might be interested, please send them my way. I’m the recruiting manager for all positions and happy to chat with any referred candidates!

Contact:

JeeYoung Dobbs

jeeyoung@kexp.org

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RainWise GSI Internship Opportunity-paid internship at King County

Exciting internship working on community relations and outreach for the RainWise Program and Green Stormwater Infrastructure with King County Wastewater Treatment Division. The application is due on February 25th. Please pass this on to possible candidates.

A job description and application information is available at the link below. The ideal candidate will be a graduate student with the ability to work full-time during the summer and part-time during the fall 2018/spring 2019 academic year—the attached info doesn’t really make that clear. Potential candidates are welcome to contact me with questions at jo.sullivan@kingcounty.gov

https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/dnrp/wtd/about/jobs/internships.aspx

Elizabeth Loudon │ WaterWorks GrantAdministrator
King County Wastewater Treatment Division
206-477-4297

For more information about WaterWorks, visit http://www.kingcounty.gov/waterworks-grants

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