Whatever your career interests, whatever your background, and however much time you have, the UW Career & Internship center has you covered this quarter. See the linked image for the full schedule of events and workshops: from introductory thirty-minute workshops to ‘deeper dives’ into aspects of your career exploration. It is never too early to get started with these. Trouble viewing the image?Read more
LOTT Clean Water Alliance’s WET Science Center provides the community with a fun, hands-on opportunity to learn all about water – one of our most precious resources. The WET Science Center is hiring two full-time Environmental Education Assistants. These are one year positions, with optional extension, beginning in July 2017. Join our education team and help teach thousands of students how to conserve and protect water!Read more
3 full-time, intro level positions with the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission in Seattle, WA. Positions work with the data management and debriefing of fisheries observation efforts in Alaska.Read more
Multiple paid, full-time internship positions with NOAA through the Pathways program. Deadline for these is imminent: Friday, April 28.Read more
Summer jobs for students with undergraduate course work in Fisheries, Ecology, Environmental Science, or related field. Applications due May 5.Read more
[student job]: Student Career Services & Academic Affairs Assistant, College of the Environment Dean’s Office
The College of the Environment’s Academic Affairs team is hiring a Career Services & Academic Affairs Program Assistant to start June 2017. Undergraduate students with an interest in environmental careers and/or career services are encouraged to apply. If you have experience in or would like to learn more about event planning and program development, and you are a freshman, sophomore, or junior you are strongly encouraged to apply.Read more
Currently we are in immediate need for observers to begin work in the Trawl Catch Shares (West Coast) Observer Program. These positions would begin 5/8/17 and are based on the Washington, Oregon, and California coast. If you know recent graduates still looking for field biology positions, please forward this e-mail to them and encourage them to visit www.alaskanobservers.com. They can also e-mail me at email@example.com or call me at 888-317-9343 to get more information.Read more
[paid summer internship] Fishery Biologist Undergraduate Internship 2017: International Pacific Halibut Commission (Seattle, WA)
The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) seeks an enthusiastic and motivated student to work in the IPHC office located near Fisherman’s Terminal in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. (Approx. 12 weeks with a flexible start date, $2,955/month)Read more
Open to all UW students and alumni, the Environmental Career Fair is an opportunity to explore careers in environmental and natural resources fields. The Environmental Career Fair features employers from the nonprofit, government and private sectors with career-level positions and internships.
Read on to learn about which employers are attending and how you can prepare for the fair through workshops.Read more
Field Assistant Opportunity – Summer 2017
Influence of Marine-Derived Nutrients on Mammals of the BC Central Coast
The Hakai Institute and the Applied Conservation Science Lab at the University of Victoria are looking for an enthusiastic field assistant to assist with mammal diversity surveys as part of Hakai’s 100 Islands Project. We are investigating patterns of biological diversity across islands of the BC Central Coast in relation to marine subsidies, particularly the use of marine subsidies by mammals on islands.