Stay tuned to EARTHNOTES for events, announcements, and opportunities! For more info see the ENVS website.
Interested? Don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your particular goals: email@example.com
We also have a number of excellent local internships not listed below that may be just the right fit for you , from environmental and food justice to municipal recycling and energy management.
March 14, 2014
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For credit-bearing internships for fall,summer & spring (you can do these all over the world!) see the Internship Program link.
Interested? Just contact me to discuss your plans and what you should do firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have a number of excellent local internships not listed below that may be just the right fit for you,from environmental and food justice to municipal recycling and energy management. Just contact me for learn more.
*TapBrandeis Free water bottles- this Mon March 17!
*Climate Change Lunch March 17
*An America that Works for All-March 25
*Spirituality and the Enviroment
New addition: Summer Paid Internships with New England Foresty Fundation, but applications are due TOMORROW March 15! New England Forestry Foundation’s Conservation Steward Internship 12-week summer positions are paid and include housing.
Claim your free reusable water bottle at TapBrandeis's giveaway event in Usdan March 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. A flier is attached to this e-mail! To learn more, check out TapBrandeis's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.
You can meet Professor Harald Welzer on Monday, March 17. Professor Welzer is the author of the book Climate Wars: What People Will Be Killed For in the 21st Century (read a review here) and has now initiated a foundation that collects positive "can-do" stories from people who have chosen to radically change their lives in the face of climate change and environmental degradation. The foundation hopes that these stories will inspire others to follow suit.
Richman Fellow Angerla Glover Blackwell: All-In for an America that Works for All
Inaugural Richman Fellow Angela Glover Blackwell will be on campus March 24-25. Blackwell is a leading national voice in the movement to use public policy to improve access and opportunity for all low-income people and communities of color, particularly in the areas of health, housing, transportation, education and infrastructure. The award presentation and lecture, titled "All-In for an America that Works for All," will be held on Tuesday, March 25 from 5 – 6:30 pm in Rapaporte Treasure Hall. Details here and here.
Richman Fellows are selected for their significant contributions to American society. The Fellowship carries a $25,000 award, which will be presented at the lecture. The Fellowship is hosted by the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life on behalf of the Office of the President.
Please spread the word to your students and mention it in your classes. Attached is the flyer for the event. We’re delighted that someone of the caliber of Angela Glover Blackwell will be on campus, stimulating and challenging the Brandeis community with her groundbreaking work and innovative ideas.
Spirituality and the Environment
The Summer Institute at the Stony Point Center in Stony Point, New York is looking for students grounded in religious tradition (Jewish, Christian and Muslim), serious about spirituality and the state of the planet, and excited by social activism in a multireligious context. If you are interested in these issues and want to begin a peace, justice, or earthcare social action project, check out the application here: http://stonypointcenter.
2014 Housatonic River Stewards of Tomorrow
Housatonic Valley Association
Cornwall Bridge, CT (South Lee, MA)
Seasonal Ecology Program Instructor
Kestrel Educational Adventures
Southeast Alaska Conservation Council
Juneau, AK (frequent travel around SE AK)
Stewardship & Outreach Coordinator
Ausable River Association
And remember, if you don’t see the jobs or internships you want on EARTHNOTES or in your own search, don't forget the Brandeis Hiatt Career Center has access to hundreds of opportunities in the environmental and green fields. Hiatt offers students/alumni daily walk-ins hours, electronic resume reviews, and career counseling appointments for help getting your resume, cover letter, networking pitch, and job search strategy in order. The B.hired recruiting and events system houses thousands of jobs and internships that have been specifically targeted by employers for Brandeis students (log in with your UNET ID and password). Hiatt also welcome hundreds of employers and alumni to campus each year to share insights about their industries, careers, and current job and internship opportunities. Check out the events tab in B.hired to register for one of these upcoming sessions. Click here to see a list of where Brandeis ENVS alumni are working now. Work with Hiatt today. What are you waiting for?