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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!

Summer Volunteer Opportunity V2.pdf

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SER-UW Nursery Summer 2018 Internships/ Applications DUE June 1st

Interns are expected to:

● be willing to get dirty, get wet, and work in all weather conditions

● be on time and follow directions closely

● work well with fellow interns and managers, and be comfortable working independently

● problem solve and know when to ask for help

● work well with volunteers- be available for weekly volunteer work parties

● be able to lift 40 lbs and walk on uneven terrain

Interested?

To apply send a resume and a 300-500 word description of why you are interested. Please indicate

why you would like to be considered, what you want to learn, and how your previous work experience

and/or coursework apply to this position. To apply or request more information, email the nursery

manager, Sarah Shank, at sernursery@gmail.com .

Applications are due by Friday, June 1st
Summer 2018 Intern Description.pdf

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Deadline extended: UW Pipeline and Dream Project are Hiring! Please share with graduating seniors

The UW Pipeline Project and Dream Project are hiring 4 dynamic AmeriCorps members for 2018-2019. Applications due Sunday May 13th.

UW Pipeline Project and Dream Project Ameri­Corps mem­bers will recruit and support UW students involved in K-12 tutoring, college access mentoring, and promoting equity in education. Our programs focus on educating UW students through transformational community experiences, and working with K-12 educators to help prepare the college students of tomorrow. The AmeriCorps team will conduct outreach to increase participation in our programs, support tutors and mentors on campus, and assist in programs related to educational equity. AmeriCorps members will serve from September 1st, 2018-July 15th, 2019.

The Pipeline Project is hiring for two positions:
Educational Equity Coordinator position description here
Equity in STEM Coordinator position description here

The Dream Project is hiring for two positions:

Student Services Coordinator

Curriculum Development Coordinator

Position descriptions are available here.

Applications can be submitted here.

The application deadline is Sunday, May 13th, 2018 by 11:00 PM.

If you have any questions about the positions or the application process, please email:
Pipeline Project
: Sarah at srbishop
Dream Project: Nesley at nbravo

You are also welcome to talk with other staff members of Pipeline in MGH 171 or Dream Project in MGH 274.

Sarah Bishop

Assistant Director

UW Pipeline Project

171 Mary Gates Hall, Box 352803, Seattle, WA 98195-2800

206.616.2302 / srbishop / expd.uw.edu/pipeline

Pronouns: She/her

 

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Marmot Fieldwork – application deadline extended to May 25!

Marmot Fieldwork Outreach notice

Wanted: Field assistant for marmot (Marmota olympus) research project in Olympic National Park

General timeline: July 10th-September 10th, 2018

· Two month commitment preferred, though not necessary

· Must be available for 5/6 day backcountry trips

· Dates flexible, we can work around your schedule

Qualifications:

·

High alpine hiking and backpacking experience required

· Physically fit: able to carry heavy pack for up to 10 miles/day

· GPS and compass navigation skills required

· Positive attitude, flexible, able to deal with harsh field conditions

· Fieldwork and film experience desired, but not required

Project components:

·

Olympic Marmot demography and distribution in alpine and subalpine meadows

· Marmot population, burrow site and vegetation surveys of current and historic habitat

· GPS ground truthing of GIS layers and aerial photographs

· Film component: filming for a short video or series of videos on marmot project and the importance of alpine ecosystems in the face of climate change

Experience gained:

· Great fieldwork experience

· Fantastic opportunity to make connections in the professional world

· Work directly with Olympic NP biologists, natural resource staff and tribal biologists

· Further develop backcountry skills: navigation, backpacking, etc.

Compensation:

· Opportunity to earn UW research credits

· Capstone project potential

Potential food and transportation stipend, annual national park pass

Free access to Olympic National Park

Contact:

Maia Murphy-Williams

Master’s Student ~ SEFS ~ Wildlife Science ~ Vogt Lab

maiamw ~ (206) 795-6217 ~Office: Bloedel 178

If interested PLEASE EMAIL me by May 25st

Email should include: Brief introduction, description of backpacking experince, and a resume

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Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) Program Coordinator Assistant – Coordinator in Training

Position Title: Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) Program Coordinator Assistant – Coordinator in Training

Reports to: PNW IPC Board

Organizational Summary: The mission of the PNW IPC is to protect the Pacific Northwest’s land and waters from ecologically-damaging invasive plants through scientific research, education, policy and an on-the-ground citizen science monitoring and eradication program.

Position Purpose: The Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council’s (PNW-IPC) Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) Citizen Science Invasive Plant Program is an action-oriented volunteer citizen science program that directly addresses the invasive species threat. Our EDRR program provides support to local, state and federal land management agencies in their efforts to keep new invaders from establishing, and protect our natural resources.

Positions Details: The EDRR Program Coordinator position is a part time, flexible position, with up to 25-30 hours per week during the spring/early summer training season and down to 15 hours per week for the rest of the field season into the fall reporting season. Nov, Dec and Jan, this position requires very few hours.

Essential Functions

Lead the EDRR Program

· With partners, develop, plan and teach approximately ten trainings throughout WA and OR per year for Citizen Scientists.
· With our partners, determine EDRR priority species, and coordinate trails and locations for trained Citizen Scientists to survey.

· Coordinate and assist our Citizen Scientist volunteers.
· Organize resulting data, ensure that data is properly entered and tracked, and verify species reported.
· Report data to our partners immediately for EDRR species reported. Report all data from surveys at the end of each field season to our partners.
· Work with EDDMapS to verify surveys done and data are accurate and complete.
· Work with EDDMapS to streamline online data entry, and investigate further data entry options.

External Partnerships

· Develop and expand partnerships with local, state and federal agencies, weed boards, universities, and other nonprofit groups as well as other IPC’s.
· Promote and expand research and student credit partnerships with universities.

Research and Grant Reporting

· Organize the collection and reporting of annual data per requirements of each research partner.
· Assist Board with applicable grant proposal preparation and fulfilling grant reporting requirements. · Write and complete the end-of-year reports.

Desired Qualifications – Education and Experience

· Master’s degree or higher with course work and experience with invasive species sciences preferred. · Basic knowledge of plant identification.
· Experience in data collection techniques and data analysis. · Website design experience preferred.

Required Qualifications – Education and Experience

· Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and two or more years of experience with volunteer coordination. · Strong interpersonal skills working with volunteers and partners.
· Solid understanding of standard office IT and data collection technology.
· Strong verbal and written communication skills including small and large group presentations.
· Knowledge of informal education methods and strategies for engaging citizen scientists. · Ability to present and report data accurately.

Compensation

Hourly salary is commensurate with qualifications, starting at $21 per hour as the Assistant, to $25 per hour as the EDRR Coordinator. No health insurance, retirement, or other benefits are available.

The Coordinator position is to be based in the Seattle. Office space is provided at the University of Washington’s Botanic Gardens.

Occasional travel is required. The Coordinator must have a valid driver’s license, and personal driver’s insurance. Travel costs to workshops will be reimbursed.

How to Apply

Only electronic submissions will be accepted, please, no paper submissions. Please email a cover letter and resume electronically to lizbetha@uw.edu with the subject: “EDRR Program Coordinator Position”. The position will remain open until filled. Applications will be reviewed starting May 18th.

For more information about our EDRR program, visit our website at http://www.pnw-ipc.org/

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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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Reminder: Washington State Legislative Internship Program Information Sessions, May 1 and 2, 2018

Undergrad Students-

Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience with a working government? Do you want to build up your professional skills and develop contacts with people who shape policy in the State of Washington?

Interning with the Washington State Legislature during Winter 2019 is an excellent way to achieve these goals. This is open to all majors and doesn’t require a background in Political Science to be successful.

The Coordinators for the Washington State Legislative Internship Program will be on the Seattle campus on May 1st and 2nd. They will give eleven Information Sessions, all held in Gowen Hall, room 1A. Each session is half an hour long, starting at the following times:

Tuesday, May 1st, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 2:30, 3:00, and 3:30

Wednesday, May 2nd, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 1:00, and 1:30

You can find information about the program on their website: http://leg.wa.gov/Internships/Pages/default.aspx
You can also bring your questions for the Coordinators and to ask the interns from previous years. If you cannot make any of these sessions, you can also contact Mark Weitzenkamp in the Political Science Advising Office to talk about the program (weitzen@uw.edu).

 

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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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Washington State Legislative Internship Program Information Sessions, May 1 and 2, 2018

Undergrad Students-

Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience with a working government? Do you want to build up your professional skills and develop contacts with people who shape policy in the State of Washington?

Interning with the Washington State Legislature during Winter 2019 is an excellent way to achieve these goals. This is open to all majors and doesn’t require a background in Political Science to be successful.

The Coordinators for the Washington State Legislative Internship Program will be on the Seattle campus on May 1st and 2nd. They will give eleven Information Sessions, all held in Gowen Hall, room 1A. Each session is half an hour long, starting at the following times:

Tuesday, May 1st, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 2:30, 3:00, and 3:30

Wednesday, May 2nd, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 1:00, and 1:30

You can find information about the program on their website: http://leg.wa.gov/Internships/Pages/default.aspx
You can also bring your questions for the Coordinators and to ask the interns from previous years. If you cannot make any of these sessions, you can also contact Mark Weitzenkamp in the Political Science Advising Office to talk about the program (weitzen@uw.edu).

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Internship/Fellowship Opportunities for WA Congressional Race

My name is Shanley Miller. I am a Field Organizer for Dr. Kim Schrier’s Congressional campaign for the 8th District in Washington State. We are looking to hire interns and fellows this campaign season. This is going to be a really exciting race and an opportunity for students to gain experience working on a nationally watched Congressional race.

Attached is the intern description. I am more than willing to answer any questions. Either email me at shanley@drkimschrier.com or we can schedule a call.

_________

Shanley Miller

Field Organizer

Dr. Kim Schrier for Congress

(425) 753-7007

Internship job description.docx

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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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ONRC Summer Internship

ONRC_Internship_Flyer.pdf

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Weyerhaeuser summer internship

 

We are looking for candidates to work with us during this summer as internship. We already have one candidate interested from UWA, but we need to expand the search.

The selected candidate will work in Seattle office, developing activities in remote sensing applications and being expose to a great team of professionals.

Candidates education would be MSc or PhD, with preference to someone recently finished or close to finish the program.

Please send your CV/Resume to Jose below if you are interested in this great Weyerhaeuser opportunity!

Thanks in advance,

Jose Alvarez, Ph.D. | Manager Remote Sensing Systems | Timberlands Strategy and Technology

220 Occidental Ave S, Seattle WA 98104

( 206-539-4228| È919-618-6363 | : Jose.Alvarez-Munoz

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Summer Opportunities for University of Washington Students

Dear students,

Opportunities with U.S. PIRG

  • Summer Internships: We are hiring interns across the country to help our advocates and campaign staff run successful campaigns in the summer months. Interns learn invaluable skills to jumpstart a career in political advocacy and get real, tangible results to better our future. Apply here.
  • U.S. PIRG Fellowship: U.S. PIRG fellows get a two-year crash course in the nuts and bolts of public interest advocacy. By organizing the public, lobbying decision-makers, and highlighting our campaigns in the media, fellows win real, tangible results towards a better future on campaigns to fix and expand our aging public transportation system, get toxic chemicals out of our personal care products, and defend consumer protections on Wall Street. Apply here.

Other Opportunities

  • Summer Canvassers: Our partner group, the Fund for the Public Interest, is hiring paid summer campaign staff to work in their canvass offices across the country. Canvassers educate the public and fundraise for organizations like Environment America, U.S. PIRG, and the Human Rights Campaign. Apply here.
  • Community Voters Project Canvass Directors: The Community Voters Project is hiring Canvass Directors to help increase voter registration and ensure everyone’s voice is heard in our democracy this election. Canvass Directors will recruit and oversee a team of committed canvasser activists and help increase participation of underrepresented communities in the 2018 elections. Learn more here: https://communityvotersproject.org/jobs.

I encourage you to apply by April 10th.

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Paid Internships Open Tomorrow

Paid Intern Jobs… With Potential To Convert To Permanent Job!

Open April 4-10th!

Administrative, Clerical, General Business, Natural Resources, and Biological Science jobs

Start your career with the Forest Service and leave your legacy on nature for future generations! The Forest Service is hiring student interns and recent graduates through the Pathways program. These paid career opportunities lead to permanent jobs upon successful completion of the program.

Apply online at USAJOBS, April 4-10

Hiring in the following areas:

  • Administrative
  • General business
  • Natural resources
  • Biological sciences

The Pathways programs offers career development opportunities to students and recent graduates. Participants receive on-the-job training and mentorship.
Visit the FS Jobs Events webpage for additional information.

More Resources:

To begin with, please visit our website to learn more about the jobs we have and the process.  In particular, see our “Tips – How to Get a Forest Service Job” and “Frequently Asked Questions” on our website at:  http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r1/jobs on the right hand side in the Quick Links box.

Here are a few more links for helpful information:

Copyright © 2018 USDA Forest Service, All rights reserved.
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.

Our mailing address is:

USDA Forest Service

26 Fort Missoula Rd

Missoula, MT 59804

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Summer internship opportunity at FISH!

My name is Pepper Hambrick, Program Coordinator for Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery. Every year, we run a summer camp for ages 3-11 on the hatchery grounds which teaches children about their place in this environment while having fun. In the past, students from Bellevue have found an enriching summer experience helping out as camp aid and general education assistant, and I would like to extent that opportunity once again. The position is unpaid but offers a wide variety of experiences for someone interested in either biology, environmental science, or early education. Or all three!

Pepper Hambrick | Program Coordinator | 425.392.1118

FRIENDS OF THE ISSAQUAH SALMON HATCHERY (FISH)

education@issaquahfish.org

http://www.issaquahfish.org/

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Science and Teaching Internship

We have an upcoming trip to the US Virgin Islands which is aimed at providing free marine science and sailing programs to underserved local children of the islands. Our trips rely on motivated, passionate college students who help us teach these programs over the summer. We are currently accepting applications to join.

Thanks to those who joined us in 2017, we were able to teach 65 children and 16 adults. Please see the flyer below for further trip details. I am also including the link below for ease of printing.

Please feel free to visit our website, http://www.commontides.org, for further details. There is a fee for the participants which this covers their food, stay on the sail boat, and training.

​​The mission of Common Tides is to inspire passion through ocean education and stewardship to bring about positive change. We do this by providing a free marine science program along with sail training to young students that live in underserved communities. The goal of the program is to provide these children with more education about their oceans so
that in the future they can be empowered to fill conservation roles, eco-tourism jobs, and further understand their connection with the ocean. Participants that join us for our trips will be an integral part in teaching all aspects of our program. We will be training our participants in the marine science and sailing curriculum which is aimed at the broad oceanic picture with a focus on the regions we are visiting.

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Paid Internships Open on the 4th

Paid Intern Jobs… With Potential To Convert To Permanent Job!

Open April 4-10th!

Administrative, Clerical, General Business, Natural Resources, and Biological Science jobs

Start your career with the Forest Service and leave your legacy on nature for future generations! The Forest Service is hiring student interns and recent graduates through the Pathways program. These paid career opportunities lead to permanent jobs upon successful completion of the program.

Apply online at USAJOBS, April 4-10

Hiring in the following areas:

  • Administrative
  • General business
  • Natural resources
  • Biological sciences

The Pathways programs offers career development opportunities to students and recent graduates. Participants receive on-the-job training and mentorship.
Visit the FS Jobs Events webpage for additional information.

More Resources:

To begin with, please visit our website to learn more about the jobs we have and the process.  In particular, see our “Tips – How to Get a Forest Service Job” and “Frequently Asked Questions” on our website at:  http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r1/jobs on the right hand side in the Quick Links box.

Here are a few more links for helpful information:

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CoMotion Mary Gates Innovation Internship ($5000+course credit)

I am pleased to announce that the CoMotion Mary Gates Innovation Internship Program is now accepting applications! Students can spend Summer quarter working as interns with UW faculty-led start-up companies, seeking to transfer research to real-world applications. Participants will build upon their strengths and learn about intellectual property and entrepreneurship through hands-on teamwork with an emerging company.

Each Innovation Scholar will receive a $5,000 scholarship and earn course credit.

Students with backgrounds in art, biology, botany, business, chemistry, civil & environmental engineering, computer science & engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, microbiology, linguistics, neuroscience, physics, public health, psychology, speech & hearing sciences, statistics, visual communications, web design and more should apply. Nine different internships are available this year, across a broad spectrum of engineering, bilingual learning and translation, health sciences, and natural sciences.

WHAT: CoMotion Mary Gates Innovation Scholars

WHEN: Summer 2018 (June 18 – August 17)

EARN: $5,000 and course credit

DEADLINE: Monday, April 9, 2018 at 11:59pm

APPLY ONLINE!

Students from all three campuses are invited to apply. All internships will be at/near the Seattle campus. Only degree-seeking UW undergraduate students are eligible (students graduating in Summer 2018 or later are eligible; Winter or Spring quarter graduates are not eligible). This program is made possible by CoMotion and the Mary Gates Endowment for Students.

Please share this announcement with all students who may be interested! Please send questions specific to the CoMotion Mary Gates Innovation internship program to Janice North at jlnorth. General question regarding mgates.

Best wishes,

Janice

Janice L. North, M.Ed.
Advisor & Program Coordinator, Mary Gates Endowment for Students
Prounouns: She/Her/Hers

Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity (EXPD)
171 Mary Gates Hall
Seattle, WA 98195
jlnorth@uw.edu | expd.uw.edu/mge | (206) 616-3925

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