Opportunities for ES Graduates
Want to be a part of the National Climate Seminar? Listen in real time to climate and clean energy specialists talk about the latest science, policy, law, and economics of climate change. Learn more about it here. NCS is an ongoing event that occurs bi-weekly throughout the fall and spring semesters at Bard CEP. For more details and spring schedule click here!
March 27th Webinar with Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability-You can now register for our upcoming Webinar at 7pm EST, Wednesday evening, March 27th! Chat live with admissions counselors from the Bard Center for Environmental Policy and the Bard MBA in Sustainability, ask detailed questions about our programs, application process, or any other inquires you might have. Click here to sign up for this session!
Interested in Climate change and the Economy-Building Resistance through Agriculture? Bard Center for Environmental Policy and Bard College at Simon's Rock (Great Barrington, MA) want you to join them for a panel discussion that will aim to uncover the benefits and challenges of local sustainable agriculture from the perspective of climate change, the economy, and our natural resources. March 21st, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Register for it here!
Hey alumni, how about a job with the US Forest Service?
From ES alumna, Deanna Engelmann, January 2013:
USFS “Outreach Notices” give the hiring authority an idea of their candidate pool and whether further outreach may be necessary to reach a diverse and highly skilled audience. They serve as a "preview" to those jobs that will be coming open and applicants are encouraged to respond to the outreach, though that is not required to actually apply for the position. Applying for the positions is done through USA Jobs. (The outreaches also represent a job with a physical location, as some of the open-continuous postings for federal jobs are nothing more than a pool of applicants apply into... and there may not be an actual job open in that field at the moment; many have expressed frustration and confusion over this process.)
US Forest Service Outreach website, with search engine:.
The Oregon Leadership in Sustainability Graduate Certificate Program is currently accepting applications for our 2013-14 cohort.
To find out more information on the program and to apply please visit: http://uoresearch.uoregon.edu/content/graduate-certificate-program-offers-career-path-sustainability
Applications are looked at on a rolling basis through July 1st.
Propel Oshkosh was formed in 2003 and is a development and networking group for young professionals. Propel wants to attract and retain young individuals for local businesses in the Oshkosh area. They do this by hosting events throughout the year that meet the professional and social needs of members. Propel is a very dynamic group. If you would like to serve on a committee, please drop us an email at info@PropelOshkosh.com. If you are interested in taking a leadership position within Propel, the Propel membership will hold elections for positions on the Steering Committee January 2013. To learn more about Propel Oshkosh you can visit their website: http://www.oshkoshchamber.com/get-involved/propel-oshkosh/